Austria’s highest climbing tower: only in Tyrol

The Eiger North Face of climbing towers – are you up to the challenge?

Our climbing tower in Tyrol has thrown off many a climber. It is said that this wall has its own distinct personality. Maybe you’ll experience it yourself when you come visit us for Austria’s highest climbing tower. Some say it’s staring at them wherever they go, and others believe you can hear it whisper: “Climb me, if you can.”

The highest artificial climbing tower in all of Austria provides quite the challenge, giving even climbing pros sleepless nights. This is due not only to its height of 27 metres, but also to its technical requirements. These are also the reason why the entire lead climbing area is considered a noob-free zone. Only those who have passed the ÖAV or DAV lead climbing exam, or those can provide proof of a similar qualification are allowed on this wall.

Have you forgotten your equipment due to your excitement? No worries! Here at our AREA 47 climber’s paradise, we have all the climbing gear and equipment you need for an impeccable lead climbing experience to rent at competitive prices. Our pro tip: combine climbing at Austria’s highest climbing tower in the Ötztal, Tyrol with some refreshing water action in our Water AREA (Water AREA). Your Water AREA entry is included in the price for your climbing adventure at the highest climbing tower in Austria.

Bouldering in the Ötztal.

Climbing without a rope and without any limits – bouldering here in the Ötztal in Tyrol gives you an opportunity to refine your free climbing skills and improve on your endurance, strength, and technique. Explore the limitless possibilities of our Boulder Cave, equipped with an extra-soft floor for risk-free falls from up to four metres.

Tickets for the climbing tower can be purchased at the cash desk at Water AREA.

Don't you worry if you have forgotten your own equipment. We have a harness, climbing shoes, a rope as well as a smart safety device for a small fee for you to rent at the climbing base.

Talk to our experienced climbing guides onsite - they'll help you for sure.

If you are one of these people who think life is like walking on a tightrope, we’ll show you what it really means to lose your balance. At giddy heights of up to 27 metres, we’ll dare you to master one challenge after another, with just six inches keeping you from a plunge. Good luck!


Intermediate:

This experience is similar to climbing, but upside down. Explore the world from above enjoying a 27-metre plunge or flying like a bird 400 metres across our Water AREA. Don’t wait too long for your big leap, or you’ll probably change your mind. Just do it!


Intermediate:

No activity allows you to come closer to the mountain and to feel its power more intensely than a climbing tour along pure rock. On this trip, you’ll be accompanied by the roaring Lehner Waterfall as well as our experienced guides. Explore one of the most beautiful via ferratas in Tyrol and reach new horizons.


Intermediate:

Completion of our Wake School equips you with the fundamentals required for quick progression on the board. After only one and a half hours of fun training you will be unleashed onto our Main AREA!


Beginner:

This spectacular three- to four-hour tour is the ideal canyoning trip for beginners, allowing you to explore the Tyrolean mountains from a unique point of view. Rope down waterfalls, slide down slick, natural chutes, and jump down cliffs several metres high.


Beginner:

The Imster Schlucht rafting experience in the Ötztal in Tyrol is a great introductory white-water trip. It has a level three difficulty rating, meaning it’s suitable for beginners. The unique course of the river, however, excites rafters of all levels. Including some excellent waves and drops that guarantee bursts of laughter in the boat and plenty of adrenaline, rafting in the Imster Schlucht delivers a mix between great natural scenery and excellent white-water and is ideal for corporate, club, school, and family trips.


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