HIGH ROPES GARDENS
Climbing fun for the whole family is guaranteed when you visit one of the Zillertal high ropes courses in Kaltenbach and Gerlos or the Skyline in Gerlosstein.
High ropes course Gamsweg
The high ropes course Zillertal is located in the romantic Zemmschlucht. Built in the middle of the forest on natural trees, it lies on the edge of a ravine. 32 exercises spread over different levels of difficulty will test your self-confidence to its limits. Deep views of 88 metres into the Zemmschlucht demand your full attention. 3 rope slides with a length of 120 metres bring you from station to station or back to the forest floor.
High ropes course Steinbocktour
Our high ropes course is no off-piste climbing park, but the highest and most spectacular forest ropes course in the Zillertal. That is why you will be supervised by a high ropes course trainer on the tour.
Climbing has a long tradition in Zillertal. So the options for all climbing and bouldering fans are accordingly varied. A total of nine climbs, an indoor climbing hall in Aschau, a bouldering hall in Mayrhofen and an outdoor climbing tower in Gerlos are available. It is also possible to participate in guided climbing tours.
The Huterlaner fixed rope course is almost in Mayrhofen and is very popular due to its convenient location. We recommend this course especially for beginning climbers and children. The Gasthof Zimmereben invites you for a rest right at the exit.
A not very difficult, but rather exposed rock passage marks the beginning of this new route. With almost 700 climbing metres and about 300 metres of altitude, the via ferrata is recommended for advanced people. The special features of this via ferrata include various very beautiful passages - some vertical wall parts and a good view of Mayrhofen. The guest house Zimmereben can be reached in 5 minutes.
The Zimmereben via ferrata is also located near Mayrhofen. This climb impresses, above all, with the strongly overhanging entryway, which has already deterred many climbers. Great when done in combination with the Hutelan via ferrata.
This alpine via ferrata with its location and its northern wall ambience is certainly one of the best of its kind. From the mountain station Gerlossteinbahn, you reach the entrance in about 45 minutes. After another 2.5 hours walk through the north face, you are standing on the summit of Gerlosstein.
The starting point of this climb is the mountaineering village Ginzling. The difficulty of the via ferrata lies with the category "CE" in the middle to upper range. Its length of 400 metres and the exposure make it a really challenging "Via Ferrata".
Pure adrenaline! Stand on the edge of a gorge, look into the abyss and jump!
The Rock'n'Roll Swing is our highlight, where every adrenaline junky gets their money's worth.
Double-secured on 2 ropes, you stand at the jump, your pulse races, and you plunge into the depths. After a few metres of free fall, you swing through the canyon. When your pulse slowly returns to normal you are already at the bottom of the canyon and want to get it right back to this feeling of flying! That's pure rock'n'roll.