Sports climbing in the Tyrolean mountains

Aim higher in the Paznaun valley

Alpine climbing in and around Galtür in Tyrol

Routes for all ages

Experienced climbers who want to elevate their sporting experience to the next level should try sports climbing. The area surrounding Galtür boasts many interesting routes along which you can explore the Tyrolean mountains. You could even tackle one of the impressive 3,000-metre summits of the Silvretta and Verwall mountains!

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Varied routes

Top-class area for sports climbing in Galtür

Reaching as far as Switzerland

Ambitious Alpine climbers love the area surrounding Jamtalhütte  lodge . The Jamtal valley boasts climbing routes for all skill levels, ranging in difficulty from 2 to 7+. Plus, you can climb up to seven pitches with a length of 100 metres each.

Parts of the sports climbing park at Jamtalhütte lodge, which was renovated in 2021, are also suitable for beginners and children. The Jamtal climbing area consists of two zones, the Jamtal Hüttenblick climbing gardens and the more challenging Jam Block.

If you’re interested in some cross-border climbing, we recommend the route around Heidelberger Hütte lodge in Switzerland.

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A sporty challenge

Multi-pitch routes in the Paznaun valley

For accomplished climbers

The climbing area features routes with a difficulty between 2 and 7, located in a south-westerly direction at 2,400 metres above sea level. The best time to go climbing there is from June to October.

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Guided tours with the experts of the region

Sports climbing with the pros

If you don’t have any prior climbing experience, it might be a good idea to join a guided tour. With an experienced mountain guide, you’re always on the safe side.

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Climbing fun

Climbing and bouldering in Galtür

A great area for rock lovers