Climb up high in Zell am See-Kaprun
Exciting via ferratas and climbing routes for beginners and professionals await you. The climbing areas Gletscherseeplatten and Rettenwand are located on the Kitzsteinhorn. You certainly find your personal favorite route here, because you can choose between 100 routes. With the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card, which you receive free of charge from us, you can take the gondola up for free. The Rettenwand climbing garden on the Kitzsteinhorn is only a 20-minute walk from the Alpincenter.
Perfectly equipped climbing area
. The climbing area is perfectly equipped with rustproof Petzl adhesive ring hooks. You climb on solid, holey green rock. Here you can also climb optimally on mild winter days. The Gletscherseeplatten climbing area is also near the Alpincenter. There you will find very solid calcareous slate. The routes are prepared with rustproof Petzl adhesive ring hooks.
- Equipment for the climbing areas: 50 m single rope and 12 express
Via ferrata arena
Another tip is the Höhenburg via ferrata arena on the Kaprun reservoir. The perfect climbing area for beginners and advanced climbers reveals an impressive view of the reservoir and the mountains. The different via ferratas are called Mooser-Mandl, Drossen-Hex and Limberg-Zwerg. Each of these three via ferratas has a different level of difficulty. The MOBO 107, the via ferrata on the dam wall, is highly recommended. It is the highest via ferrata on a dam wall. Not on your to-do list yet? You will never forget this climbing experience!
- Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card: free of charge with the gondola to the Kitzsteinhorn or Mooserboden
- Culinary Kitzsteinhorn: Summit Restaurant, Gletschermuehle Restaurant, Krefelderhuette, Salzburger Huette
- Culinary Mooserboden: Mooserboden mountain restaurant
We recommend the 1,200 m² climbing hall at Club Kitzsteinhorn to all indoor climbing fans. The hall is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. In the climbing hall you can boulder on 350 m² and you will find climbing possibilities as well as a high ropes course.