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E5 Konstanz - Oberstdorf - Meran


Natural tobogganing run at Piller

Fishpond Piller (1412m)
Fishpond Piller (1535m)
  • tobogganing hire: € 2,00
  • illumination: on request Wilfried Hairer (fishpond Piller)
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Tobogganing run Hochzeiger

Mittelstation Hochzeiger Bergbahnen (2020m)
Weiler Kaitanger (1456m)
The toboggan run is daily open from 9 am till 5 pm. Every thursday toboggan evening (Only when the toboggan run is in operation). Opening hours on thursday 9 am - 5 pm & 7:30 - 12:00 pm

Kletterstadl Stillebach


This converted barn in Stillebach invites guests of all ages to try out bouldering. When building this climbing barn, the Melmer family attached great importance to safety. The climbing barn is fitted with special bouldering mats in eight layers and 36 cm thickness. 

 The following equipment is available:

  • 70 m² area
  • 150 m² bouldering space
  • over 90 bouldering routes 
  • up to 45° degrees inclines
  • Large campus board 
  • All levels of difficulty (beginners, advanced and children)
The day tickets can be purchased at the Biohotel Stillebach reception. You can also hire climbing boots there.
  • Price/Day: Adults: € 6.00/ day, Children and teenagers (aged 6 – 16): € 4.00/ day, Climbing boot hire € 3.00/ day
  • Annual tickets: Adults: € 175.00/ annum (valid from date of purchase)
    Children and teenagers (aged 6 – 16): € 145.00/ annum (valid from date of purchase)
  • Beginner courses on request: from min. 6 - 8 persons, duration approx. 2 hours, € 23.50 EUR person

E5 Kaunergrat alternative route: Kaunergrathütte – Braunschweiger Hütte

Kaunergrathütte (2814m)
Braunschweiger Hütte (1601m)
Follow the path downhill to the second crossing. There are two alternative routes from here to the catered mountain hut Braunschweiger Hütte.
1st route: follow the path further downhill until you reach the hamlet of Plangeroß. Once there, follow the valley trail [Talwanderweg] to Mittelberg.
2nd  route: Hikers with alpine experience can follow a high route, the so called Cottbuser Höhenweg, which is partially equipped with fixed ropes until you reach the top station of Rifflseebahn gondola. Continue hiking down to the catered mountain hut Taschach Alm and then descend to Mittelberg.
Both variants of the hike join up again in Mittelberg. Once there, continue the last 1,000 metres in altitude up to the catered mountain hut Braunschweiger Hütte.

Steinwand - Arzl im Pitztal


The via ferrata is reachable within 10 mintues from a parking place near the valley entrance of the Pitztal. The easy variant leads towards the right after the access and is the ideal preparation for the more difficult route on the left side. You climb up the stone wall in three sections. Hence, it is possible to either do a round tour in the wall or walk down comfortably to the valley. The beginning is promising. Over an edge with a view to the valley, you climb up and later you reach the junction via a traverse. The second part is very demanding. Within the difficulty level of C and D+, the route utilises the natural formations, levels and plates of the partly outwards expanding rock. For families, the rope stretches toward the west over a ramp. Both variants rejoin at the exit. Hence, different variations are possible and the easier part can be used as a descent to make a round trip.

Various trials lead comfortably down to the valley. For the shortest distance back to the parking space, walk from the transmitter a small section on the wide path downwards and then turn right to Arzl.

Mandlers Boden

No matter if families with children or top climbers, here at the numerous boulders which spaciously lie within a beautiful forest, everyone finds his or her boulder. The level of difficulty of the boulders is mainly from 3a up to 7a. Some boulders even have lines in the range from 7a to 8a. Furthermore, there are also a couple of projects. The terrain of the descent is mostly flat. On steep parts, wooden pedestals are provided. For children, a Tipi made of wood is located between the boulders. The individual boulders are connected with a trail. The large meadow in the middle of the boulder area is ideal for taking a rest.

Crashpads can be rented for 10 euros at the Alpine Center, at the tourist information office Wenns or Mandarfen. Registration requested. Alpine Center Tel.: +43 (0)5414 86910, Tourist Office +43(0) 5414 86999

Stillebach Richi`s Wall


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

Climbing park of Jerzens-Hochzeige

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.



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.






30 - 330cm


22 open lifts


49 open slopes


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