Climbing like a spider on a weathered rock face at a dizzy height far above the ground. A great feeling that's so hard to put into words!
Climbing Wall Marchegg
Those who want to experience this (including the surge of adrenaline) can learn it under the supervision of an instructor
in the Marchegg rock gym. The 30 metre high wall offers a lot, from fixed rope climbing to climbing routes with degrees of difficulty from 4a to 7b+. Great adventure and fun not only for kids!
Climbing Wall Juval
The steep, smooth rock-face at the entrance to the Schnals valley, just under Juval Castle, the home of well-known mountaineer and explorer Reinhold Messner
, is the perfect place for beginners to the sport or more expert rock climbers who wish to improve and practise their technique over routes varying from grade 5 to 9.There are introductory courses for beginning who want to feel the sheer excitement and adrenalin-rush this sport gives them. You'll soon find that it really is not as difficult as it looks!
at the entrance to the Schnals valley
from spring to autumn
Climbing Wall Hoachwool - Fixed Rope Route
Climbing Wall Hoachwool
Impressive cliffs, the unique landscape of the Sonnenberg mountain above Naturns, breathtaking views and the impressive Waale (the traditional Alpine irrigation system) – the Hoachwool fixed rope route offers all this and more. The fixed rope route crosses the former “Schnalswaal” irrigation channel near Naturns and gives an idea of the dangers and hardships that peasants faced in building and maintaining the channel. The varied terrain offers steep, difficult parts, short walking sections and exposed traverses. The ascent requires suitable equipment as well as the necessary climbing skill and experience, ab - solute sure-footedness and a head for heights. The route is secured as necessary by steel ropes, climbing aids and ladders. The “Sattele” rest area in the middle of the wall affords climbers a relax - ing break. This is an impressive, varied and challenging half-day tour.