Climbing

The 67-km long Ötztal has a lot to offer for both leisurely climbers and extreme sportsmen. Additionally, surefooted hikers with a good head for heights can choose from a variety of secured via ferrata tours – offering incredible views from a different angle.

Climbing Gardens

Klettern Klettergarten Sölden

Challenging routes amid the forest, boulders in the meadows or rocky terrain, the Ötztal has it all. The scenic Mooslam climbing garden makes a perfect climbing spot for families and beginners while the Freizeit Arena climbing garden is made to measure for experts.

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Via Ferrata Routes

Klettern Klettersteig Sölden

The routes feature steel ropes, iron footholds and handholds for the climbers' safety. A complete via ferrata set including helmet, karabiner, chest and sit harness is absolutely required. Beginners are recommended to make their first climbing experiences at the Moosalm practicing via ferrata in Sölden.

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Climbing Spots in the Ötztal

Klettern im Ötztal

Truly challenging routes amid the forest, boulders in the meadows or rocky terrain, the Ötztal has it all. Local climbing pros take you on a wonderful journey through the valley's most spectacular climbing routes and rock walls. One thing is for sure: climbing in the Ötztal promises memorable moments.

Thanks to some 600 climbing routes, 19 climbing gardens and 7 via ferrata tours the Ötztal ranks among Tirol's real climbing hot spots. Be it beginners, families and kids or real pros – everyone will find his favorite challenge and climbing spot.

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