No matter what demands you have on a wall and what challenge you are looking for, you will find all climbing possibilities in the Zugspitz Arena. In the Zugspitz area there are various via ferratas, climbing gardens and ice climbing routes and the climbing hall in Ehrwald is also ideal for dry exercises before “the mountain calls”.
- 7 sports climbing gardens, 49 multi-pitch lengths, 4 via ferratas, 7 ice climbing routes, 1 climbing park, 1 climbing hall, our region has all of this to offer climbers.
Impressive rock massifs, lovingly laid out climbing gardens and well-secured via ferrata: Hobby and sport climbers will find a multitude of options for unforgettable vertical experiences in the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena
- To get started, we recommend the climbing hall in Ehrwald with a lead of 1061 m² and a boulder area of 215 m²
- The Tajakante via ferrata is permitted with children over 10 years of age. If you are practiced, this via ferrata is right for you.
- For advanced hikers, it can also be the Seeben via ferrata (D / E) – a challenging route along the Seeben waterfall with a breathtaking view
- As Insider tip we recommend the climbing forest in Bichlbach. Exciting courses with 60 climbing elements ensure lots of fun and adrenaline in the high ropes course.
You can get information about tours directly at reception and from Tour planner of the Zugspitz Arena .
Lermoos Alpine School offers guided climbing tours for beginners and advanced climbers, ice climbing and climbing courses
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