Climbing in Ötztal in Tyrol

The Ötztal is made for climbers

Climbing gardens
The Ötztal is made for climbers: climbing gardens, boulder rocks, alpine multi-pitch tours and icy waterfalls.
Via ferrata
For beginners to professionals, the Ötztal offers via ferrata routes with various levels of difficulty.
Flying Fox & Rope Course Längenfeld

Fun & action on the rock

With a fantastic view over Längenfeld, the rope course is located near the Reinhard Schiestl via ferrata in Längenfeld. With the mix of flying fox, high ropes course elements, abseiling passages and via ferrata, this is a unique experience and an absolute adrenaline kick. This course features the three highest zip lines (up to 80 m) in the Ötztal in combination with via ferrata and fun elements.

This course is ideally suited as a descent from the via ferrata Reinhard Schiestl or you can do it in combination with a bike tour.

The guides of the Alpin-Guide Alpine School will be happy to accompany you through the course. You can find all information here.

Via ferrata in Tyrol

From sport climbing or climbing gardens in the Ötztal to simple via ferrata routes in the Ö tztal to classic multi-pitch routes in the Ötztal, you will find everything your climbing heart desires!

In the Ötztal Climbing Guide you will find all topos to the tours in the Ötztal and further tips around the trend sport.

Climbing in the Ötztal has certainly become one of the most popular sports in the Ötztal in recent years. Sport climbing in the valley has undoubtedly become the number one trend sport and is therefore a must for every visitor to the Ötztal. Whether in lofty heights with alpine climbing, or sport climbing on striking rocks in the valley basin; every climber will find what his heart desires.

Starting with easy climbing routes for beginners up to the 11th difficulty ridge for professionals, the Ötztal can meet and even exceed all expectations. Steep walls, striking rocks, mighty mountain ranges, and countless summit conquests; sport and alpine climbing in the Ötztal offers all of this. With a huge variety of different climbing gardens and rock types, no wish remains unfulfilled! Climbing in Tyrol offers the opportunity to get up close and personal with nature and experience the thrill live.

No wonder that Ötztal is also home to some stars of the international climbing scene: Hansjörg Auer, the Bacher sisters and Lukas Ennemoser live, work and train in their home valley.

Umhausen Stuibenfall via ferrata
Längenfeld Reinhard Schiestl via ferrata
Längenfeld Lehner waterfall via ferrata
Via ferrata Gurgl

Climbing Garden Längenfeld Oberried
Climbing Garden Längenfeld Nösslach
Climbing garden Tumpen Engelswand
Climbing garden Umhausen Niederthai
Climbing garden Sölden Moosalm
Climbing garden Sölden Freizeitarena
Climbing garden Längenfeld Astlehn
Climbing garden Längenfeld Aschbach
Climbing garden Längenfeld Auplatte
Climbing Garden Oetz
Climbing garden Brunau
Climbing Garden Ambach