Mountain climbing is and remains an incredibly special experience.
The bizarre rock formations and steep rock faces found in the Zillertal Alps National Park provide pure excitement for climbing enthusiasts. Alpinists equipped with rope, pickaxe and crampons will find perfect summit tours.
Among other things the visitor will find here are the "Ewigen Jagdgründe" (Eternal Hunting Grounds), with two approx. 60 m-high granite rocks that jut out of the ground close to the Gasthof Breitlahner in Zemmgrund. These climbing grounds, with a difficulty of 4-10, are very safe and amongst the finest to be found in Europe. Some of the best longer routes for sports climbers are also located around Ginzling, where some of the largest bouldering areas are tucked away.
Two climbing areas graded 4 - 8+ can be found on Mount Penken as well as a via Ferrata route where beginners can get a taste of the climbing spirit. Equipment can be borrowed free of charge from the top station of the Penken Kombibahn.
Schettla's Boulder Hall
in Mayrhofen-Hippach Holiday Resort, Zillertal
The Boulder Hall in Mayrhofen promises a great climbing experience in all weathers. Facts:
- ca. 120m² climbing surface
- Height: 3,5 m
- with ceiling climbing area
- degree of incline of the walls, from circa 10,5° to 50°
- 1,300 grips
- 30 cm thick safety mats
- colour coordinated climbing routes
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