TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY
TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY
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The waterfall sector, where the multirope lengths are located, can only be reached at your own risk. Especially in the afternoon the bridge can be flooded by the meltwater of the glacier. Access is also possible via the via ferrata.
The four different ascents make every via ferrata fan's heart leap for joy. The via ferrata "Erlebnissteig" is suitable for children from 10 years and is the ideal preparation for the other three via ferratas. At the top, the family is rewarded with a view towards Tyrol's highest glacier.
Erlebnissteig: The variant "Erlebnissteig" is suitable for newcomers and for those new to via ferratas in general. With the maximum difficulty level of B+ ("Bilanzierstation" ca. C), this via ferrata is ideally suitable for children and makes hungry for more thanks to its natural type of construction. (220m length)
Murmeltiersteig: The "Murmeltier"-variant becomes progressively more challenging and rewards you with climbing over granite. Where necessary, footholds are provided. However, you still get a lot of direct contact with the rock. This route is perfectly suitable for children from 10 years (perhaps with additional securing). Maximum level of difficulty is C on a scale from A to E. (330m length)
Gamssteig: The "Gamssteig"-variant rounds off the set of possibilities within the climbing park of the "Pitztaler Gletscher". With a maximum difficulty level of D-, in between the "Steinbock" and the "Murmeltier"-variant, it serves as an ideal preparation for the expert route, which is easily accessible via the "Bilanzierstation". (350m length)
Steinbocksteig: The right "Steinbock"-route is the one for experts. The greyish and reddish rock plates are all natural without any footholds. Its modernly built fun route is perfectly integrated in splendid rock formations and mostly goes up vertically in elegant zigzag ways. The maximum level of difficulty is D+ on a scale from A to E. (300m length)
A small and nice climbing area with short distances between the hooks. The fourteen routes differing from 4b up to 6c are ideal for half-day trips. After the climb, there is the possibility to enjoy the rest of the day at the small swimming pond in Stillebach. The climbing garden was built by mountain guide Alfred Dworak
The family-friendly climbing garden in the Pitz valley at Mittelberg in suitable for all climbers who want to enjoy the stunning view towards Tyrol's highest glacier. The nearby Gletscherstube offers local delicacies.
The climbing park of Jerzens-Hochzeiger offers numerous routes with varying degrees of difficulty. The Pitzi climbing rock, as it is often called, also provides two easy via ferratas with a way down through the forest. Moreover, children can test their balance ability on a rope bridge. In order to make sure all family members can get started with climbing and have their first tries, a few man-made holds are attached to a rock. The climbing park of Jerzens-Hochzeiger is the ideal newcomer area for children and serves as "preliminary step" for greater challenges. The climbing garden is equipped with a general map of all routes, sheltered seating facilities and tables.
Im Pitztal, Tirol kann mach das Klettern von Grund auf erlernen oder das in der Kletterhalle gelernte sicher festigen. Die Übungstouren im Kletterpark Jerzens sind im zweiten bis zum vierten Schwierigkeitsgrad. Kinder nehmen mit der Pitztal Sommer Card oder dem Pitztaler Freizeitpass kostenlos am Kletterprogramm teil.
Verschiedenen Kletterrouten, Klettersteigen, einer Seilbrücke und einem Flying-Fox - Die Anlage ist ideal zum trainieren und bietet auch Kindern riesiges Vergnügen. Ob klettern am Fels, überqueren der Seilbrücke, abseilen über steile Felsen oder auf dem Flying Fox durch den Wald schweben, hier ist für jeden etwas dabei. Unsere geschulten Guides bieten Ihnen unvergessliche Stunden in luftiger Höhe.
Der Kletterpark-Jerzens ist äußerst Familienfreundlich und eignet sich für alle Altersgruppen optimal zum Einstieg in den Klettersport.
The climbing garden can be reached from the Kaunergrat hut in approx. 3 minutes. The well secured high alpine climbing garden comprises 21 routes with difficulty levels between 2 and 6c. Seven routes can even be secured as top ropes. The impressive climbing wall is up to 70 metres high. Therefore it is recommended to have at least a 55 m rope with you. Since the climbing garden is located in high alpine terrain, we recommend
wearing a helmet. Equipment can be rented at the Kaunergrat hut (please register). The wall is also crossed by a
short practice climbing path with 80 m height, difficulty level A,B,C.