Climbing in Zillertal
Climbing gardens, via ferratas and high-rope courses in Zillertal
Climbing fascinates more and more people and has become a real trend sport during the last years. While some routes are only for pros, there are also safe possibilities for beginners who want to get a taste of the sport of climbing. In the high-rope course or on easy via ferratas you can take first steps in the vertical dimension.
High-rope course Zillertal
In the middle of the forest, erected between and on the trees, the high-rope course Zillertal offers extensive climbing fun in nature. 32 different stations in various levels of difficulty will challenge small and big climbers. The parcours was constructed by experts: Mountain guides have planned the whole high-rope course near the Zemmschlucht and built it according to the latest European norms for climbing parcours. You will be guided through the course by the trained staff of the park who will also provide you with the necessary equipment.
Via ferrata in Zillertal
- Via ferrata Penken-Knorren – climbing for everyone, also for beginners
- Via ferrata Pfeilspitzwand: partly exposed, suitable for advanced climbers
- Naturpark via ferrata Nasenwand: demanding via ferrata for advanced and pros
- Via ferrata Huterlaner: varied route, suitable for beginners, advanced and also families with children from the age of 10
- Via ferrata Zimmereben: difficult route with partly overhanging parts
- Climbing area Penken: two natural rock climbing gardens (Gschöss and Knorren) with over 60 routes will await the climbers
- Via ferrata Gerlossteinwand: demanding, long via ferrata on the Gerlosstein
- Climbing area “Die ewigen Jagdgründe“ (the eternal hunting grounds): More than 70 routes await you in the oldest climbing area of Zillertal in Ginzling.
Climbing in all weathers and uncountable training opportunities: In the climbing halls of Zillertal you will find great possibilities for climbing and bouldering. Also for climbing courses you are right here. Come to the climbing center Zillertal in Aschau and to Schettla’s bouldering hall in Mayrhofen and convince yourself of the indoor climbing offers.
Bouldering in Zillertal
Also, climbing without ropes and harness in moderate heights which allow you to safely jump down has become quite popular. In Ginzling and in Zillergrund you will find several suitable boulder rocks in open nature during your summer holidays in Zillertal – the diversity will excite you!
If you have now been inspired for a climbing holiday in Zillertal, simply send an enquiry to the Hotel Kristall in Finkenberg and start packing your suitcases soon!