Climbing up to the Zugspitze
Up to the climbing paradise around the Zugspitz Resort
A climbing holiday in Tyrol's mountains doesn't just promise an adventurous time outdoors up the mountain but also breathtaking views over the surrounding mountains. The Zugspitze and surrounding Tiroler Zugspitz Arena offer climbing enthusiasts countless attractive routes in all levels of difficulty as well as numerous via ferrata, a forest climbing course and high ropes course in Bichlbach and even several routes for ice climbers as a special highlight. A paradise for climbing fans of any age.
Climbing routes and via ferrata around the Zugspitze
The Zugspitze region is a paradise for climbers, mountaineers and mountain enthusiasts from all over the world. Enjoy the magical view over Tyrol's unique mountains while you muster up your skills on the climbing routes around the Zugspitze. 152 attractive routes for sports climbers as well as 48 multi-pitch climbs and 4 via ferrata get any mountain fan's pulse racing. The most popular climbing route up to the Zugspitze leads over the Höllental valley, starting from Garmisch-Partenkirchen. 7 routes for ice climbers are also available as one particular highlight on the Zugspitze. The magnificent scenery of the Zugspitze and the surrounding mountains make climbing in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena a special experience.
The Zugspitze's "Jubiläumsgrat": a spectacular route along the arête:
One amazing tour is also climbing along the "Jubiläumsgrat", which runs from the Zugspitze to the Alpspitze. This 7 kilometre long, physically and technically demanding tour is reserved only for experienced climbers and mountaineers.
High rope climbing for any level: fun and action on the Bichlbach forest climbing course
Climbing fans can look forward to a very special experience in Bichlbach. The Bichlbach forest climbing course in Tyrol impresses with 5 different high rope courses. Both beginners and experienced climbers will find a whole load of fun, action and thrills here.
EhrWALLd climbing hall in Ehrwald
The EhrWALLd indoor tennis and climbing hall that opened in December 2014 has a whole variety of state-of-the-art climbing equipment. Equipment can be hired and ordered in the climbing shop and refreshments are available in the Sport Bistro. Climbing fun at 1,267 m² awaits all climbing fans and anyone who wants to become one here, regardless of the weather.
Do you fancy climbing in Tyrol's mountains? You can find the ideal accommodation for an adventurous climbing holiday in Tyrol's mountains at the Zugspitz Resort. Send a non-binding enquiry for your room or apartment at the 4-star resort now and start climbing to new destinations in Tyrol soon.