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Climbing crags in the Hohe Tauern National Park

Climbing crag at Lucknerhaus

The ideal family destination. It lies at the parking area Lucknerhaus with 33 climbing routes.

Levels of difficulty: 3+ to 8-. Find a great mix of adventure - it offers everything you are longing for.

Klettergarten beim Lucknerhaus, Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
(c) Tirol Werbung / Puperter Robert
Klettergarten beim Lucknerhaus, Osttirol
(c) Tirol Werbung / Puperter Robert

Facts:

Difficulty: III+ - VIII-
Orientation: W
Rock: quarzite
Routes: 1 / 33
Steepness: mostly inclined to vertical
Climbing: stab and wall climbing
Belaying: well - bolts
Wall height: 15 – 120 m
In case of rain: climbing not possible.
Rock is drying rather fast.
Way there: 2 min.
Hint: plain spot, suitable for children
Sealevel: 1.950 m

Climbing crag at Lucknerhaus

The ideal family destination. It lies at the parking area Lucknerhaus with 33 climbing routes.

Climbing crag Arnig

Highly diverse routs lead along "Kalser Nase" and along the "Torre", two granite rocks up to 35 m hight, upwards. Upsolute insiders' tip for experienced climbing fans! Perfect reachable and still in a quiet location just above the hamlet Arning in Kals am Großglockner speak for itself.

[Translate to EN:] Klettergarten Arnig, Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
(c) Tirol Werbung / Puperter Robert
[Translate to EN:] Klettergarten Arnig, Osttirol
(c) Tirol Werbung / Puperter Robert

Facts:

Difficulty: V- - IX+
Sealevel: 1.450 m
Orientation: O / S
Rock: Gneis
Routes: 2 / 15
Steepness: mostly inlined and vertical
Climbing: wallclimbing, good techn. demanded
Belaying: well - bolts
Wall height: 10-25 m
In case of rain: climbing not possible
Rock is drying rather fast.
Way there: 5 – 20 min.
Hint: pleasant spot, suitable for children

Climbing crag at Arnig

Demanding climbing-crag in the hamlet Arnig - Kals am Großglockner!

Climbing crag Falkenstein

1500 metres altitude, 4 sectors, walls of between 10-50 metres, mainly south-facing walls, compact limestone, for the most part vertical to overhanging, the majority being wall climbs. Securing: good; with bolts and anchors, Positions mostly with chain and carabiner, own chockstones not required. Around 80 routes, for the most part chalked up at the entrances.
This climbing area in East Tyrol is only recommended in the afternoon in the summer. Since it is south-facing, it may also be climbed in winter. Route difficulty level from level 7. Access: Matrei - Glanz.

[Translate to EN:] Klettergarten Falkenstein, Osttirol
(c) Tirol Werbung / Puperter Robert

Facts:

Difficulty: IV - VIII
Sealevel: 1.550 m
Orientation: S
Rock: Kalk
Routes: 7 / 146
Steepness: mostly vertical and overhanging
Climbing: mainly on edges, often resistance 
Belaying: well - bolts
In case of rain: climbing in parts possible
Rock drying rather fast.
Way there: 15 – 20 min.
Hint: Climbing also possible on some days in winter.

Climbing crag "Falkenstein"

Falkenstein and its well-known climbing crag is close to the towns of Glanz and Hinterburg.

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