Mayrhofen
Boudlern in Mayrhofen-Hippach

Bouldering

Climbing without rope & harness

Climbing on boulders and rock faces without a climbing rope or harness enjoys great popularity in the Zillertal Valley.

You will find several of these "naturally grown climbing areas", which offer routes for all levels of difficulty for beginners and professionals, in the Mayrhofen-Hippach Holiday Region.  As the climbing areas in Ginzling and Zillergrund are all on private property, considerate behaviour (waste disposal, noise prevention, use of designated parking spaces,...) are basic prerequisites for ensuring access to the climbing area in the future.

Necessary equipment: climbing shoes, magnesia sack, boulder mats, brushes (to clean grips and shoes), tape bandage (to prevent or treat minor injuries).

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Bouldergebiet Floiteck

Zielgruppe: Anfänger - Experten Routen Länge: 2-6m Beste Jahreszeit: April - Oktober
4a - 7b+
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Bouldergebiet Igent

Suitable for: Beginners to experts | Level of difficulty: 3-8c | Route lengths: 2-7m | Best time of year: April-November
3 - 8c
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Breitlahner

Suitable for: Advanced experts | Level of difficulty: 5a-8c+ | Route lengths: 10- 40m | Best time of year: April-October
5a - 8c+
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Ginzling Wald

Suitable for: Beginners to experts | Level of difficulty: 4a-8c | Route lengths: 2-7m | Best time of year: April-November
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6a - 8a
SW
999m
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Kaseler Alm Bouldering Area

Suitable for: Beginners to experts | Level of difficulty: 4a-8a | Route lengths: 2-7m | Best time of year: April-November
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6a - 8a
1180m
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Schettla's Boulderhalle

Whether beginner or pro, Schettla's Boulderhalle offers a climbing area of more than 120m². The boulder hall was implemented jointly by the PES section Zillertal and Josef Kröll.
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