Reasons why we like climbing: one needs to think, plan ahead and pace oneself …


Fixed rope routes are perfect for people, who want to experience the Alps, but for whom free climbing is too risky. The routes in our region are well-marked; moreover, artificial steps and handrails on the rocks make them accessible and manageable also for beginners. 
The new climbing park “Silvapark” in Galtür offers challenging routes:  
Draft of the climbing routes in the “Silvapark “
If you do not feel entirely safe in the high alpine terrain on your own, do not hesitate to take service of experienced mountain and climbing guides. They guarantee you safe trips to the mountains.
The museum Alpinarium in Galtür combines both room for exhibition as well as protection from avalanches in winter. In summer, the backside of the massive stonewall serves at the same time as a climbing wall and is due to its enormous height the largest natural stone climbing wall in Austria. In the “Alpinarium” there is also an indoor climbing wall, which has 220 m². Thus, if there is bad weather or even in winter, climbing enthusiasts can practice their favorite sport.

High ropes course 

In a high ropes course you have to overcome various obstacles. Of course you are completely safeguarded when moving ‘in the air’. Equipment as well as instructors you find on the spot in the sports camp in Ischgl. The 14 varied stations there are perfectly organized. Visitors are challenged physically and mentally. To begin with, you have to balance yourself over tree trunks, before the “Flea Jump” tests visitor’s courage for the first time…

Climbing centre in Imst

In Imst, visitors not only find an indoor climbing course, but also one outside. Both are connected with each other. For anyone, who feels comfortable in the vertical, this is the right place to be. There are many different climbing routes, inside and outside; hearts of climbing enthusiasts beat faster, when they enter the imposing climbing pyramid in Imst. Classes for beginners and advanced climbers are offered. The equipment can be borrowed (including helmets and ropes). Not depending on weather conditions, a trip to the climbing centre in Imst guarantees fun.