KAM Gipfelkreuz Stripsenjoch Bergsteigen Klettern
KAM Gipfelkreuz Stripsenjoch Bergsteigen Klettern

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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