Climbing Regions

With six hundred 3,000-meter high mountains, over 5,000 alpine rock climbing routes and some 3,000 sport climbing routes, Tirol is a top destination for avid rock climbers.Steep rock faces and scenic practice crags make climbing in Tirol a unique experience for novice and expert climbers alike.

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St. Anton am Arlberg

Rock Climbing in St. Anton am Arlberg

Steep changes in elevation, rugged rock walls, narrow ledges – known as the birthplace of Alpine downhill skiing, St. Anton also offers plenty of adrenaline-filled activities in the summer. The scenic ...resorts boasts countless fascinating rocks that are waiting to be scaled, whether you are a beginner or a world-class athlete. Options including everything from alpine routes with fixed protection to easy crags for novice climbers. A glimpse to the right or left of a regular hiking trail often reveals new climbing routes that are constantly being developed in St. Anton am Arlberg.
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Rock Climbing in Tannheimer Tal

Scale up to 200-meter tall south-facing rock walls and enjoy the views of glittering Lake Haldensee below. Rock climbing has a long tradition in Tannheimer Tal where the first routes were opened up up over 100 ...years ago! With 130 sport climbing routes, 104 multi-pitch routes and 3 Via Ferrata trails, the Tannheimer Tal caters to beginners, families, intermediate and advanced climbers.
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Ferienregion TirolWest

Rock Climbing in TirolWest

With some 300 climbing routes, 48 multi-pitch routes, and a south-facing Via Ferrata trail, TirolWest is a mecca for rock climbers of all experience levels. The climbing itself is varied, scenic and easily ...accessible with routes rated from 3 to 5. In addition to great rock climbing, the TirolWest region offers a broad range of recreational activities for all ages.
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Tiroler Oberland

Rock Climbing in Tiroler Oberland

With mighty glaciers, spectacular alpine climbing routes, and technically demanding Via Ferratas, the Tiroler Oberland caters to alpine and sport climbers alike. Some of the best climbing areas in the Tiroler ...Oberland include Weisseespitze, Rofelewand, Glockenturm, Plamorterspitze and Bergkastelspitze. The climbing here is varied and offers something for everyone! Friendly mountain huts and inns are great places to relax and refuel before the next adventure.
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Naturparkregion Reutte

Rock Climbing in the Lechtal-Reutte Nature Park

Climbing is a great way to enjoy the beauty and quiet of the Lechtal-Reutte Nature Park up close. From challenging overhang climbing to pocket climbing and face climbing: climbing enthusiasts from novice to ...expert will find a vast selection of scenic and quiet routes on great limestone, including 361 sport climbing routes, six ice climbing routes an one climbing gym for year-round climbing fun.
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Pitztal

Rock Climbing in Pitztal

Easy access and the great selection of routes make rock climbing in Pitztal a great nature experience for all ages and experience levels, including families and children. Kletterpark-Jerzens offers easy routes ...graded from 2 to 4 that are ideal to make your first moves in rock or to work on your climbing technique. Some of the easiest routes are perfect for kids, and the Pitztal Leisure Pass gives children free access to climbing programs. Experienced climbers will find plenty of challenges at Hexenkessel in St. Leonhard where over 30 sweat-inducing routes are waiting to be scaled.
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Rock Climbing in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena offers a scenic mix of rugged mountains, lush pasturelands, picturesque valleys and glittering mountain lakes. Excellent Wettersteinkalk, a solid limestone, and bolted routes make ...for great climbing fun for all experience levels. Whether you wish to conquer one of the 3,000-meter high mountains or work on your technique in a practice area in the valley, the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena offers something for everyone. Enjoy great rock climbing on the sunny side of the Zugspitze where climbing routes and mountaineering tours are easily accessible and views magnificent.
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Rock Climbing in Imst

With climbing gyms, practice areas, Via Ferrata trails, sporty multi-pitch routes and ice climbing routes, Climbers Paradise in Imst caters to complete novices and seasoned pros alike. Located only 2 hours ...south of Munich, the area boast walls with concave bits, steep rock faces, roofs and overhangs from 2 to 11. With so many routes to choose from and lots of rock climbing terrain to practice on, Imst has become a mecca for climbing enthusiasts all over.
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Ötztal Tourismus

Rock Climbing in Ötztal

Push your personal limits in the Ötztal! Easy access and a great variety of climbing routes for all experience levels make Ötztal a top spot for climbing enthusiasts. Located at the heart of the Alps, this ...granite climbing area offers everything from easy climbing routes for families to extremely difficult Via Ferratas with narrow ledges, precipitous rock faces and overhangs. With some 600 climbing routes up to 9, seven climbing trails, and countless multi-pitch routes, the Ötztal offers challenges to climbers of all abilities.
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Stubai Tirol

Rock Climbing in Stubaital

The Stubaital tempts climbers with ice-covered glaciers and 3,000-meter high peaks. 13 Via Ferratas, ten rock climbing practice areas and countless alpine climbing routes give access to Tirol’s stunning ...mountains and offer fantastic climbing adventures for all skill levels. Other popular outdoor activities in the Stubaital include hiking on 850 kilometers of trails and biking on 720 kilometers on trails. The valley’s two high rope courses offer safe adrenaline fun for everyone.
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