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Gerlossteinwand Alpine via ferrata

The men from Zell Mountain Rescue have put a lot of heart and soul, sweat and work into building the Gerlossteinwand via ferrata. More than 450 m of steel rope, 300 hand grips, 230 rope clamps, 150 drill anchors and much more were used.

The Alpine via ferrata in Zillertal is another tourist offer to get nature-loving, active people of all ages closer to our beautiful mountains during their summer holiday in Zillertal. 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. Via ferratas are a continuing trend in mountain sports in the Alps and allow hikers to get a taste of the realm of the vertical.

Via ferrata key facts

  • Difficulty level: C/D
  • Walking time: 1.5 to 2.5 hours
  • Ascent: From Gerlossteinbahn top station approx. 45 minutes
  • Descent: Heimjöchl 1.5 hours or wall trail 1 hour
  • Climbing length: 380 m
  • Height difference: 240 m
  • Start height: 1,898 m
  • Summit: 2,166 m
  • Location: North face
  • Builder: Zell Mountain Rescue
  • More info: Zell-Gerlos Tourist Association, Tel. 0043/(0)5282/2281
Gipfelkreuz am Klettersteig Gerlossteinwand Hainzenberg

Topography

Gerlossteinbahn prices & operating hours

PricesAdults (without guest card)Children (without guest card)Adults (with guest card)Children (with guest card)
Trip up€12.10€6.10€11.00€5.50
Trip up and down€17.60€8.80€16.00€8.00
Operating hours 
19.06. -10.10.20218.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
 Lunch break: 12.15 to 1.00 p.m.
 Last trip up: 4.30 p.m.

*Children’s price: Ages: born 2006-2014. Children born after 01.01.2015 travel free of charge!
Family ticket: When you purchase 1 or 2 adults and 1 child ticket, any additional children in a family travel free of charge

Via ferrata equipment hire

Aktivzentrum Zillertal
Container at Zell leisure park
Tel. 0043/(0)664/3139800
E-mail: toni@fly-zillertal.com
www.fly-zillertal.com

Tips for other climbing adventures

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.
Riederklamm climbing garden in Gerlos

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

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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