Climbing and Mountaineering

Some 600 mountains of three thousand metres and innumerable peaks invite you to scramble and climb a fixed rope route

Most Tyrolean mountain ranges offer routes of varying difficulty, both for beginners and skilled alpinists. Moreover tours with alpine guides are offered (in the picture the Silvretta Alps). In the valleys, however, there are climbing gyms with routes in all variations and boulder walls.

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  1. Bergsteigen

    Arlberg fixed-rope route

    The “Extreme classic”, the Arlberg fixed-rope route, is among the five most…
  2. Innsbruck fixed-rope route

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    Brudertunnel fixed-rope route

    The Lamsenspitze fixed-rope route through the Brudertunnel channel is a day tour in…
  4. Klettern Laserz Amlach

    Laserz fixed-rope route

    The rather challenging fixed-rope route in East Tyrol takes you across the western…
  5. st johann in tirol blick auf kaisergebirge wilder kaiser

    Widauer fixed-rope route

    The Widauer fixed-rope route is one of the easiest and shortest routes in the…
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    Climbing Gardens

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

    Many indoor climbing gyms and boulder walls, that’s what Tyrolean indoor facilities…

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