Climbing in the Zugspitz Arena
Climbing enthusiasts staying in the Zugspitz Arena cannot, of course, leave without having experienced the Tyrolean climbing experience. With a challenging climb, you can arrive at the top of the mountains, where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Zugspitz Arena. Via ferrata in Italian literally means iron road, as you commit the route safely with a steel cable. In addition to the via ferratas, you can also climb with the whole family and there is even an indoor climbing hall for rainy days. For active holidaymakers, climbing in Ehrwald is highly recommended.
for climbing enthusiasts
- Challenging routes
- With the whole family
- Indoor climbing hall
- Magnificent views
For experienced climbers, the Klettersteig Zugspitze is a fun challenge. The top height of the climb is 2962 meters and the tour takes 5.5 hours. You can start at the valley station of the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn. From the cave you have a beautiful view over Ehrwald. This via ferrata is a must-do during your stay in Ehrwald.
Climbing with the family in Bichlbach
In Bichlbach you can spend a day with the whole family with the alpine ropes course. With five different courses and enough variety in routes, you will get an adrenaline rush every time. From easy to challenging courses, it will be a fun and challenging day for everyone.
Indoor climbing hall Ehrwald
On a rainy day you can also go to the indoor climbing hall in Ehrwald. Here it does not matter if you are experienced or just starting out in the climbing world. For example, you can join a professional trial lesson, if you want to master the right climbing techniques. The climbing hall is also suitable for children.