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Climbing in the Zillertal Arena

The via ferratas in Zell am Ziller and Gerlos are other offers to get nature-loving, active people of all ages closer to the beautiful Zillertal mountains. Anyone can climb a via ferrata with the right equipment and correct handling: secured by a continuous steel rope from the entrance to the exit, you climb through the steep rock face on artificial handholds and stirrups combined with natural holds.

Fans of via ferratas get their money’s worth in the Zillertal Arena. The Gerlossteinwand via ferrata is a challenge for experienced via ferrata climbers, while the Talbach via ferrata is just right for families. The Riederklamm climbing garden in Gerlos offers the opportunity to try out the various practice routes and gain more experience in climbing.

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

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.

Riederklamm climbing garden in Gerlos

At Riederklamm climbing garden you can acquire and hone your skills for bigger and longer tours on various routes with different levels of difficulty.

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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