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Climbing in Tyrol

Opportunities for climbing around Mariastein

Feeling the bare rock below your hands, the finish within your reach and proudly enjoying the view after all your efforts: climbing in Tyrol requires strength, courage and endurance but it is an experience every single time.

Different via ferratas and tours await you up the mountains around Mariastein. The Wörgl climbing centre and Hornpark adventure park also offer fun for the whole family.

Hornpark high ropes course

In St. Johann in Tyrol a climbing centre with lots of different elements calls for your agility and skill. 8 courses with 85 elements await the whole family, whether they're beginners or experienced climbers. From training and mini courses, which children aged 3 and above can even complete, to light and moderate courses to professional level, there is something to suit every level of ability. The flying fox course where different zip wires can be tried out is also great fun. The view over the Wilder Kaiser and the stunning forest all around contribute their part to the experience at the climbing centre.

Via ferratas and climbing tours

Things get pretty lofty on via ferratas where you venture forward doubly secured to a thick steep cable. Popular destinations here in the Hohe Salve region are the via ferrata on the Brünnstein near Oberaudorf/Kufstein, the Marokka via ferrata in Fieberbrunn, the Adolari practice via ferrata in St. Ulrich am Pillersee and the via ferratas on the Kitzbüheler Horn.

The local mountain and alpine schools are happy to take you on a climbing tour or via ferrata where you can relax on the professional instructions and expertise of the qualified mountain guides.

Wörgl climbing centre

As an alternative for any weather and to train on the climbing, wall simply come to the Wörgl climbing centre. Climbing fans have plenty of space and choice here with approx. 200 routes over an area of just under 1,700 m2 of wall space with up to 12 m overhang and 16 m wall height. Added to this, there is a 250 m2 area of boulders, 150 m2 of outdoor climbing walls and a comprehensive range of courses on offer.

Explore new exciting routes or go on a climbing day trip with the whole family: when climbing in Tyrol, challenges await every climbing lover, whether they're beginners or ambitious pros. The perfect starting point for your activities is the Mariasteinerhof that impresses with its quiet location. Send your no-obligation enquiry for your room in Tyrol today.

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