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Boulder Outdoor climbing and sport climbing

Outdoor climbing and sport climbing in Pitztal

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Apart from offering alpine sport climbing passages on the surrounding peaks, Pitztal also features several climbing routes, fixed rope courses and bouldering challenges. The holiday region Pitztal is one of the founding members of Climbers Paradise, a network of 15 regional climbing parks. Pitztal in Tyrol is ideally suited for beginners or athletes that wish to progress from climbing in an indoor centre to practising their sport outdoors. Pitztal’s mountains are perfect for sport climbing and apart from being a very good location to start this sport it also offers the unforgettable panorama of the Tyrolean Alps. The majority of routes and outdoor climbing parks feature lower levels of difficulty and can be easily accessed. Furthermore, boulder climbing has increased in popularity since the opening of the bouldering park “Mandler’s Boden” in 2016.

Boulderering in Pitztal. This bouldering area offers over 100 bouldering challenges and the forest park is particularly tempting for families.

Sport climbing in Pitztal. Pitztal offers several climbing routes suitable for families and sport climbing beginnersExperienced climbers will, of course, also find their personal challenge at the roof of Tyrol (link sport climbing). Climbers can expect routes that can be easily accessed and are well secured with stunning panoramic views.

Vie ferrate in Pitztal. Fixed rope routes are suitable for both beginners and advanced mountaineers. A special feature of the two climbing areas in Arzl and Mittelberg is that there are at least two variants per via ferrata, each that can be climbed.

All sport climbing routes, vie ferrate and bouldering routes can be found in the Climbing Guidebook (in German) that can be ordered in our Pitztal-Shop among other places.

In case of bad weather there is the option to fall back on an indoor climbing barn, the "Kletterstadl" in Stillebach or the climbing centre in Imst

The Mountain Guide Association Pitztal supports all climbers with their expert knowledge – regardless of whether this concerns fixed rope courses, sport climbing or boulder climbing.

Pitztal is an active member of Climbers Paradise. The aim of this association is to introduce and monitor quality standards in climbing parks. In the course of this cooperation Pitztal fulfills the criteria for three family climbing parks.Das Pitztal hat, neben den alpinen Kletterpassagen auf den umliegenden Berggipfeln im Bereich des Sportkletterns einige Kletterrouten, Klettersteige und Boulderprobleme zu bieten. Die Ferienregion Pitztal ist eines der Gründungsmitglieder von Climbers Paradise.

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