Climbing and mountaineering around Kitzbühel
Climbing possibilities in the Kitzbühel Alps
Fixed-rope routes at airy heights, challenging rock climbs, family-friendly climbing gardens or climbing at a climbing hall: there are exciting ways of conquering new heights around Kitzbühel for climbing lovers of every level.
Climbing on trend
Climbing is enjoying increasing popularity with both young and old. Climbing is not only physical, but also psychological and requires the ability to have confidence in yourself. Reaching a fixed point, pressing and pulling upwards bit by bit is an almost archaic need. Around Kitzbühel, you can devote yourself to vertical sports at diverse climbing spots.
Fixed-rope climbing routes
Fixed-rope routes are climbing routes secured to the rock with third elements made from iron and ropes. You move over the chasms, but remain doubly secure on the thick steel rope. Following fixed-rope routes promises a great deal of fun on the free natural rock with a low risk. In the Kitzbühel Alps, you can aim for different fixed-rope routes:
- Fixed-rope route Marokka – Fieberbrunn
- Fixed-rope route Adolar – St. Ulrich am Pillersee
- Loferer Steinberge – Naked Dog
- s'Schuasta Gangl – Waldring Steinplatte
- Panorama fixed-rope route Henne – Fieberbrunn
- Fixed-rope routes on the Kitzbühel Horn
For a guided mountain tour, contact the local alpine schools and mountain guides who will accompany you in the rugged countryside with know-how on breathtaking excursions.
Hornpark Ropes Course
Climbing for the whole family is possible in an ideal way at the Hornpark Ropes Course in St. Johann in Tyrol. Specialist instruction and a perfect safety system make climbing safe fun in the heart of the countryside. On eight different courses with a total of over 80 elements in varying degrees of difficulty, you climb from platform to platform and make your way over hanging bridges and ladders. Even the very youngest have been taken into consideration: children from three years can get their first taste of climbing in a course designed especially for them at the Hornpark Ropes Course.
Kitzbühel Sports Park
The Kitzbühel Sports Park offers you a secure, weather-proof environment for climbing. The SALEWA KletterKitz Climbing Hall has a climbing surface of 850m2 and 17 metres of height. For good measure, you can train your climbing skills at jump height on a 100m2 large boulder surface.
Challenge yourself by climbing in the Kitzbühel Alps and enjoy this with the mountain air and the vast countryside. Afterwards, you can properly relax in the spa or in the garden at the Hotel Elisabeth. Haven't booked yet? A non-binding request will quickly have you on your way to your holiday in Kirchberg in Tyrol.