Climbing and Via Ferrata in Zillertal
If you would like to aim high in one of the most popular climbing areas in Europe, you will find just what you are looking for in Upper Zillertal. Because there are via ferrata and climbing crags of all levels of difficulty – from an easy via ferrata for beginners and children, to difficult overhanging routes for advanced and professional climbers. And the breathtaking natural landscape comes free of charge.
Klettersteige im Zillertal
Mountaineering is and remains a very special experience. There are now 5 via ferrata(German: 'Klettersteig') in the Mayrhofen-Hippach Holiday Region offering you all Alpine levels of difficulty. All via ferrata have excellent safety standards.
Here is an overview according to level of difficulty:
- Zimmereben Klettersteig C/D+
- Huterlaner Klettersteig C
- Nasenwand Klettersteig C-E (moderate to upper level)
- Knorren am Penken Klettersteig B/C (moderate)
- Klettersteig Pfeilspitzwand (B/C+)
Climbing and Bouldering
Bouldering refers to free climbing on rocks and rock faces at a jumpable height without climbing ropes and harness. Ginzling in Zillertal is one of its birthplaces and now a top location for bouldering, attracting bouldering fans with its numerous classic climbs. The indoor bouldering wall in the Mayrhofen Holiday Region is also worth a detour.