Sport climbing, multi-pitch routes and more!

Types of climbing at Lake Achensee

Climbing from one pre-fixed anchor to the next on fantastic rock faces, enjoying the magnificent views on numerous multi-pitch routes, negotiating your way over swaying bridges and unstable nets in the high ropes course, or practicing your skills at the bouldering gym where you can jump down safely: The Achensee region is a climber’s paradise boasting over 250 climbing routes.

Sport climbing

From the bouldering gym, it’s off to the rocks and climbing crags of the region! Sport climbing is a form of rock climbing using permanent anchors fixed to the rock for protection. The region offers routes at different grade levels, with an average height of 20 to 30 metres.

Our interactive map shows the region's climbing crags. Call into the Atoll Achensee SHOP for brochures containing more information on sport climbing.

The Achensee region is one of Tirol’s top climbing areas. Here, climbing enthusiasts train in the Rofan mountains.

Multi-pitch routes

Do you want to tick off some classics? You have a multitude of options, such as the Klobenjoch, the Guffert and the Lamsenspitze! Multi-pitch climbing routes are split into two or more pitches. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy gorgeous views scrambling up the rocks in the Achensee region.

Our interactive map shows the region's multi-pitch routes. Call into the Atoll Achensee SHOP for brochures containing more information on multi-pitch routes.
 

Climbing adventure on the southern ridge of the Guffert in Steinberg am Rofan.

Forest high ropes course

Swaying bridges, unstable nets, swinging tree trunks: Although you don’t need any climbing experience at the forest high ropes course in Achenkirch, you’ll need to work up the courage to negotiate your way over the obstacles high above ground. The Adventure Park Achensee offers also some lower ropes sections that are perfectly suitable for children.

Climbing fun for kids at the Achensee Adventure Park in Achenkirch.

Bouldering

Bouldering is an indoor and outdoor sport on natural or artificial rock faces at low heights with the possibility of jumping down safely and landing on thick mats. The challenge is to climb routes at various levels of difficulty without being secured by ropes or harnesses. In addition, bouldering gyms are often venues for events and provide perfect training opportunities. Sunshine or rain – the BOULDER-Halle at the Atoll Achensee offers climbing fun in any weather. The indoor bouldering gym comprises 180 m2 and features 45 routes in any difficulty level on walls up to 4 metres high!

The BOULDER-Halle at the Atoll Achensee in Maurach offers numerous levels of difficulty.
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