Your climbing adventures at Lake Achensee!

Climbing & via ferratas for all ages

Attention climbing enthusiasts! The Achensee region offers plenty of climbing fun for the whole family to enjoy, among them child-friendly climbing crags, secure via ferratas, and the forest high ropes course in Achenkirch. No matter which activity you prefer: Lake Achensee boasts countless routes, excellent rock quality and spectacular views of the “Tirolean Sea”. Check out all the experiences we have on offer and get vertical!

Family-friendly climbing crags

A prominent slab eroded by water located on the way to the Rofanspitze, this crag offers you the opportunity to try out slab climbing and to improve your footwork. The crag is moderately difficult and therefore most suitable for children and beginners. It starts at the mountain station of the Rofan cable car and has an approach of ca. 30 minutes. The vertical adventure is divided into sector A & B

Your vertical adventure begins after an approach of ca. 20 minutes. The 15-metre-high wall has excellent rock quality and features seven moderately difficult secured routes. Named after famous characters such as Spider Man and Mickey Mouse, the routes are especially popular among young climbers. The "Grubastiege" climbing crag also offers distinct water grooves and countless "jug-handles".

The Achenseehof climbing crag is perfect if you’re dipping your fingers into chalk for the first time or looking to hone your skills. In addition to climbing routes for children, youngsters and beginners, there are also various difficult routes available. The crag is located at the Achenseehof tunnel directly at Lake Achensee. Hit the beach for sunbathing or take a dip in the cool water! Kids can let off some steam at the nearby playgrounds.

Climbing adventure for children and beginners: The rough slab with routes up to 20 metres long is located exactly between the Grubastiege and the Grubaplatte and is very well suited to practice lead climbing. The 30-minute approach gives you the opportunity to get attuned to the “Platzl” experience.

If you just want to go scrambling, the climbing crag Mauritzalm is the ideal spot, lying within five minutes approach from the mountain station of the Rofan cable car. The small practice terrain features four ca. 8-metre-high routes in difficulty levels 3 and 4, making them most suitable for children and beginner climbers who want to improve their rope skills.

Via ferratas – Walk the iron trail with your family

Hook on to the cable and start climbing! The "Felix and Charlotte family-friendly via ferrata" was opened in August 2019 to meet the increase in demand for climbing routes. Designed specifically with children and beginners in mind, the via ferrata features mainly B and B/C sections and is located near the mountain station of the Rofan cable car.

The via ferrata Christlumsiedlung in Achenkirch is a perfect training area in the valley. Whether you are new to the sport or looking to practice and hone your skills, the via ferrata offers various difficulty levels that suit all ages. It's easy to get to with car parking facilities nearby and has only a short approach.

Indoor climbing
Beginners and advanced climbers can explore lofty heights in the BOULDER-Halle at the Atoll Achensee. The indoor climbing wall comprises 180m2 and features 45 routes in various levels of difficulty. The BOULDER-Halle also runs courses, giving novice climbers the opportunity to develop their skills on the 4-metre-high climbing wall.
Adventure Park Achensee
The Adventure Park Achensee provides a range of thrilling experiences, ranging from a practice course for beginners with obstacles up to three metres high to an expert course where you’ll scale extreme heights of up to 15 metres. In addition, the Adventure Park Achensee offers canyoning, archery, and tandem paragliding adventures.
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