Climbing areas and via ferrata in the Zillertal

The Zillertal is known far beyond its borders for its impressive climbing areas. Ambitious mountaineers find excellent conditions. Two ca. 60 m high granite slabs tower above the Zimmergrund only a few minutes away from Gasthof Breitlahner. This climbing area with a difficulty level of 4-10 is outstandingly secured and is one of Europe's most beautiful. 

The via ferrata climbs in Mayrhofen promise a special experience. From easy A to difficult D, there is something here for everyone.

Via ferrata climbs in Mayrhofen

Via ferrata in Mayrhofen
Family via ferrata in the Zillertal
Via ferrata in Mayrhofen

Child-friendly via ferrata

The new Family via ferrate combines climbing route with high rope course elements. As those demand courage and dexterity, young climbers can use the walking trail that runs parallel. There is a small practice area at the starting point to get confident with the equipment, learn basic rules and gain sure-footedness.

Takes: 1,5 to 2 h, 200 hm altitude difference, level of difficulty: up to maximum category B via Verrate. Climbing sets can be hired for a small fee at the base of the via Ferrate entrance area (in summer season, except Tuesday)
 

Topography of the via ferrata climbs in Mayrhofen

Topography of the Huterlaner via ferrata
Topography of the Zimmereben via ferrata
Topography of the Pfeilspitzwand via ferrata

HUTERLANER VIA FERRATA ca. 1hr.
Level: beginner to advanced climber
Difficulty: C (intermediate)

PFEILSPITZWAND VIA FERRATA ca. 2 hrs.
Level: beginner to advanced climber
Difficulty: B / C+

ZIMMEREBEN VIA FERRATA ca. 1.5 hrs.
Level: advanced climber
Difficulty: C / D+

Via ferrata climbs in Mayrhofen