Climbing in Austria: climbing tower, Boulder Cave, boulder wall-climbing and nature climbing wall
With the "climber's paradise" in the Ötztal valley, climbing expert Mike Gabl and his team have created a top-notch climbing park. No matter what you're planning in terms of climbing in the Tyrol, at AREA 47 you’re guaranteed to reach your limits! From late April to the end of September you can really let off steam at the varied climbing park in Austria: there’s lead climbing, climbing on the climbing tower, in the Boulder Cave, on the Deep-soloing-climbing wall and then jumping into the lake, or on the Rock Längenfeld, the pleasure climbing wall in the Ötztal valley.
Climbing in Austria: AREA 47 climbing tower and bouldering walls
The lead climbing area of the piers of the Ach Bridge is up to 27 metres in height: Therefore the climbing tower at the climbing park in the Ötztal valley is Austria's highest artificial climbing wall! Anyone looking for tricky challenges when bouldering, training for free climbing or just testing his muscles will find the perfect challenge in the Boulder Cave and on the Deep-soloing-climbing wall at the climbing park in Austria. Would you prefer a pleasure route on natural rock? Then try the Rock Längenfeld, the climbing park in the Tyrol near the AREA 47.
Bouldering and climbing at the climbing park in Austria: info at a glance
Check out the following pages for information about climbing in the Tyrol:
- Climbing tower at the climbing park in the Ötztal valley
- Rock Längenfeld: natural climbing wall in the Tyrol
- Boulder Cave and Deep-water-soloing climbing wall
- Hours & prices at the climbing park in the Ötztal valley
- Courses and trails in the AREA 47 climbing park in Austria
- User regulations
Area 47 Splash
Canyon College - Water AREA on the day of the tripfrom € 70,- Enquire now! Hotline: +43 5266 87676