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Dolomitenhütte climbing crag

The “Unholden”, as the Lienz Dolomites used to be called because of their bizarre, wild rock formations, have always been a paradise for climbers. The "Another Play in Paradise" route in the "Dolomitenhütte" climbing garden has been awarded one of the five "Great Lines" by thousands of sports climbers throughout Tyrol.

 

(c) Johannes Mair
(c) Johannes Mair

Facts about the climbing garden Dolomitenhütte:

Difficulty: VI-IX+ (several routes, which start from difficulty 6c)
Sealevel: 1.600 m
Orientation: S / W / N
Rock: Limestone
Sektoren/Routen: 6 / 116
Steepness: mostly vertical to slightly overhanging
Climbing: edges, good technique demandet, athletic
Belaying: well - bolts
Wall height: 10 – 60 m
In case of rain is climbing in parts possible
Rock is drying quite rapidly
Way there: 5 – 20 min.
Hint: climbing ban from november - february

Dolomitenhütte climbing crag

Kreithof climbing crag

Newly renovated climbing garden  with almost 200 routes close to town. Beginners as well as advanced feel comfortable here. 11 new sectors with 191 routes in difficulty level IV+-IX+. Parking at Kreithof has to be paid.

(c) Michael Meisl
(c) Tirol Werbung/Herbig Hans

Facts about the climbing garden Kreithof:

Difficulty: IV+-IX+
Sealevel: 1.040 m
Orientation: S
Rock: Limestone
Sektoren/Routen: 11 / 191
Steepness: mostly vertical to slightly overhanging
Climbing: wallclimbing, mainly on edges, good technique demanded
Belaying: well - bolts
Wall height: 8 – 25 m
In case of rain climbing not possible!
Ideal period: march - october
Rock is drying quite rapidly
Way there: 3 – 25 min.
Hint: Private territory! Keep to the declared paths

Kreithof climbing crag

Recently upgraded climbing crag close to the town with about 200 routes in total.

Rabantkofel, Nikolsdorf climbing crag

Perfectly drilled, new climbing garden, which is also suitable for children and beginners! Climbing garden in the village of Nikolsdorf with about 50 routes in difficulty III-X, mainly V-VIII.

(c) Tirol Werbung/Pupeter Robert
(c) Rainer Eder

Facts about the climbing garden Rabantkofel:

Difficulty: Von III bis X (Prevalent V-VIII)
Sealevel: 750 m
Orientation: S / W
Rock: Limestone
Sektoren/Routen: 1 / 53
Steepness: slightly inclined to slightly overhanging
Climbing: wallclimbing, mainly on edges
Belaying: well - bolts
Wall height: 5 – 25 m
In case of rain climbing is not possible!
Ideal period: march - november
Rock is drying quite rapidly
Way there: 5 min.
Hint: often very hot on summer

 

Rabantkofel climbing crag

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