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Riederklamm climbing garden

On the newly built practice via ferrata you can acquire or hone your skills for larger and longer routes on various routes with different levels of difficulty.

Gerlos winter sports resort has its own via ferrata park. A gorge has been elaborately made accessible with a metal platform for via ferrata walkers and climbers in the Ried part of town. The tours on the first wall are short, the main via ferrata through the Riederklamm is much longer. In 2020, a new section (C) with an E variant was added after the 70 m rope bridge. From the exit you can even see the one or two 3,000 metre peaks.

NEW: “AUSTRIA'S LONGEST ROPE BRIDGE ON A VIA FERRATA” at 70 metres long

Via ferrata facts

  • Difficulty level: A-E
  • Start height: 1,320 m
  • Character: 3 different via ferratas are available ranging in length from 40 to 400 metres in different degrees of difficulty.
  • Price: €50.00 per person (approx. 2 hours training and equipment)
  • Period: Bookable every day from June to September
  • Information and bookings: Tel. 0043/(0)5284/5630

Climbing to the wall:
From the car park back to the main road and along this road out of the valley to the Ried part of town. In Ried follow the road to Gästehaus Waldruh and then up the eastern side of the stream until you come to a weir. Then follow the meadow path on the right briefly to a water reservoir, put on your helmet there. Then climb down to the platform on the iron walkway to the left.

[Translate to EN:] Topographie Riederklamm
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Tips for other climbing adventures

Gerlossteinwand Alpine via ferrata

Gerlossteinwand Alpine via ferrata

The 380 m long Gerlossteinwand via ferrata leads over a 240 m high wall to the mountain of the same name and provides mountaineering highs.
Talbach via ferrata in Zell am Ziller

Talbach via ferrata in Zell am Ziller

This very beautiful via ferrata, which is located right next to the Talbach waterfall, is built so you can climb slowly. The easy entrance area is ideal for beginners and children.
Gerlos high ropes course

Gerlos high ropes course

The high ropes course is a series of elements mounted on a group of tree trunks at a height of 10 to 15 metres.
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