Climbing and mountaineering

Have you always wanted to try climbing? Go for it! The mountains in Tyrol offer ideal conditions for those who aim high!

Some 600 mountains of three thousand metres and innumerable peaks invite you to scramble and climb. Tyrolean mountain ranges offer routes of varying difficulty, both for beginners and skilled alpinists. Moreover tours with alpine guides are offered.

In addition, in several villages there are a range of climbing gyms, which are perfect to make your first climbing experiences!

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  1. Fixed rope route Arlberg

    Fixed rope route Arlberg

    The St. Anton fixed rope route is an alpine adventure for skilled alpinists and is…
  2. Via ferrata Brudertunnel

    Via ferrata Brudertunnel

    The Brudertunnel fixed-rope route is a short, but worth-while route in the…
  3. Innsbruck fixed rope route

    Innsbruck fixed rope route

    This panoramic rope route takes alpinists across seven summits, from Hafelekar to…
  4. Laserz fixed rope route

    Laserz fixed rope route

    This rather challenging fixed rope route featuring a lenght of 620 m takes you…
  5. Fixed rope route Widauersteig

    Fixed rope route Widauersteig

    The Widauersteig is considered to be the easiest and shortest path in the area of…
  6. Climbing gardens

    Climbing gardens

    The rock faces of various levels of difficulty in Tyrolean climbing gardens make…
  7. Climbing gyms

    Climbing gyms

    Climbing gyms in Tyrol offer variety for those who love vertical sports.

Suggested accommodations

  1. Hotel Elisabeth

    Hotel Elisabeth

  2. Hotel Pfleger

    Hotel Pfleger

  3. Hotel Sonnblick

    Hotel Sonnblick

  4. Hotel Kassl

    Hotel Kassl

  5. Naturhotel Kitzspitz

    Naturhotel Kitzspitz

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