Climbing gardens

The rock faces of various levels of difficulty in Tyrolean climbing gardens make sports climbers leap for joy.

There is nothing better than climbing under the open sky, enjoying the great surroundings when you reach the top… that’s at least what enthusiastic sports climbers think. In fact Tyrol offers numerous possibilities to fully enjoy this sport. There are climbing gardens for beginners and children as well as challenging rock faces which can only be faced by the toughest rock climbers. Most of the climbing gardes can also be easily reached and are perfect places to spend one whole day. No matter if you prefer top-rope climbing or leading, you will never be borded in the climbing gardens of Tyrol.

Below you can find a number of climbing gardens in Tyrol:

Schneekönig
> St. Anton am Arlberg, Starting point Darmstädter Hütte refuge
> 13 routes from 4+ to 8

Starkenbach
> Schönwies/Starkenbach, Starting point parking space next to the street
> up to 40 m
> number of routes: 197
> classic route: “Zauberlehrling” (6b)

Walchenbach
> Tarrenz/Walchenbach
> number of routes: 26 from 3 to 9
> suitable for children

Weißewand
> Reutte, starting point parking space “Scheidle”
> number of routes: 57
> up to 50 m
> suitable for children

Karrenwand
> Karres, Imst-Gurgltal
> up to 40 metres
> number of routes: 81 (medium difficulty)
> you reach the routes from above by roping down

Nassereith
> Nassereith/Imst
> sectors Leithe, Sparchet and Götterwandl
> up to 30 metres
> Leithe: challenging wall climbing
> Götterwandl: routes from 7c, athletic climbing
> number of routes: 68

Plangeross
> Plangeross /Pitztal, starting point parking space for hikers
> up to 40 metres
> number of routes: 66

Engelswand
> Tumpen
> up to 150 m
> number of routes: 74 from 5c to 8a+
> suitable for children

Oberried
> Längenfeld, parking space at the centre of firemen
> up to 25 m
> number of routes: 81

Niederthai
> Niederthai, starting point Stuibenfall
> length 5 - 35 m
> number of routes: 119 from 5 to 9+ (mainly 7a)

Chinesische Mauer
> Leutasch, parking space along the road between Leutasch and Puitbach
> up to 150 m
> number of routes: 163 m from 6 to 10

Dschungelbuch
> Zirl
> up to 120 m
> number of routes: 153

Kampler Staumauer:
> Neustift im Stubaital/Kampl, starting point Höhlebachweg
> up to 14 m
> nunber of routes: 5 from 4+ to 6

Franz-Senn-Hütte:
> Neustift im Stubaital, starting point Oberiß
> lenght 8 - 40 m
> number of routes: 20 from 2+ to 7

Birgitzköpfl - Axamer Lizum
> Axams, Ausgangspunkt Axamer Lizum
> routes from 2 to 7

Klobenjoch
> Maurach, starting point mountain station Rofanbahn funicular
> up to 40 m
> routes: 45

Achenseehof
> Achenkirch (for beginners and for training)
> up to 18 m
> routes: 20

Ewige Jagdgründe:
> Ginzling, Starting point parking space for climbers along the road
> up to 40 m
> number of routes: 122

Monkey island
> Ginzling, Zillertal
> Anzahl der Routen: 39
> Routen in den oberen Schwierigkeitsgraden

Achleiten
> Scheffau, Wilder Kaiser, starting point parking space for climbers at the Achleiten tavern
> up to 40 m
> number of routes:144

Schleierwasserfall
> Going, parking space Going
> up to 50 m
> number of routes: 144

Falkenstein
> Matrei in Osttirol; starting point parking space at Glanz
> up to 60 m
> number of routes: 78

Steinplatte
> Waidring, starting point parking space at the valley station
> up to 100 m
> number of routes: 81

Kreithof
> Tristach, Kreithof
> from 6 to 20 m
> number of routes: 136 from 4+ to 9

Suggested accommodations

  1. Hotel Sonnblick
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    Hotel Sonnblick

  2. Hotel Goldene Rose
    Hotel

    Hotel Goldene Rose

  3. Sporthotel Neustift
    Hotel

    Sporthotel Neustift

  4. Chalet Cristall - Chalet Josi
    Hotel

    Chalet Cristall - Chalet Josi

  5. Pension Kristall
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    Pension Kristall

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