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Reinhard Schiestl via ferrata

in Laengenfeld in the Oetztal - Tyrol

Klettern im Ötztal
Klettern im Ötztal
Klettern im Ötztal

Follow the footsteps of Reinhard Schiestl over the Burgsteinwand

In comparison to the moderate via ferrata on the Lehner waterfall, the jubilee via ferrata Reinhard Schiestl is a little bit more difficult and requires a considerable degree of strength.

Climbing length: 300 m, 200 m altitude difference. The via ferrata leads nearly vertical, but throughout safeguarded by wire, cramps and step-holders. The exit is at the mountain meadows of Burgstein, where you have an amazing view over the Stubaier and the Oetztaler Alps.

Profitable: on the exit there are several rest stops which invite to rest and refreshment.

Via ferrata course
A small overhang just on the access wall makes you sweat and is stated with C/D. Further course in difficulty level B/C with partially steep walls, a crossway B and a scarp D. Three resting places were arranged across the length of the via ferrata.

Via ferrata facts
200 m altitude difference
300 rope-meters
2,5 – 3 hours descent included

Starting point
On the south end of Laengenfeld near the road sign Astlehn (parking sign is visible from the main road, ascent – ca. 5 minutes


Along the marked way in direction Laengenfeld, then back to Astlehn. Walking time: ca. 45 minutes.