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Climbing in Hintertux and Zillertal

Impressive cliffs and peaks obviously make climbing and mountaineering in the Zillertal one of the most popular sports. Fixed rope routes for beginners and expert climbers, the Spannagel climbing area with a climbing garden and numerous climbing routes from easy to extremely difficult, boasts fixed rope routes for beginners, as well as ambitious sports climbers giving you the opportunity to experience the unique climbing sensation at first hand.

Fixed rope route and climbing tour – What is the difference?

Fixed rope routes are areas in the rock which are secured by steel ropes and iron hooks. The steel rope is intended for self-securing with special equipment. These “iron trails” can partly be tackled by beginners and sportspersons with little climbing experience. However, climbing gear and a head for heights are indispensable requirements.

Which climbing equipment do I need for a fixed rope route?

You absolutely need:

  • Climbing harness
  • Fixed rope route climbing set with two carabiners
  • Climbing helmet
  • Climbing shoes or good, solid shoes
  • Tight functional clothing

Climbing in Hintertux: Fixed rope routes & climbing garden in the vicinity of your hotel

  • Spannagel-Hintertux fixed rope route
    The 200 m long, moderately steep fixed rope route is equipped with a steel rope for safety.
  • Spannagel climbing garden
    Near the Spannagel fixed rope tour, you can experience the versatile climbing garden with numerous routes from the second to the seventh difficulty level.
    Please call +43 (0) 5287/8506 for further information.
  • Knorren/Penken-Finkenberg fixed rope route
    This fixed rope route is suitable for beginners. You can access the entrance via a ladder and a few steeper passages can be easily mastered by means of the running steel rope.

Climbing in Hintertux and in the Zillertal – for advanced & professional climbers

Stamina, mountain experience and mental strength are needed to cope with the challenging climbing routes in the Tuxertal and the Zillertal. We recommend taking on the climbing tours accompanied by an experienced mountain guide. Simply talk to us; our reception staff will be happy to help you.

Book your summer holiday in the Tyrolean Zillertal now and look forward to the many fixed rope routes in the Tux Alps.

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