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Climbing in an unique surrounding

Rotschitza-Klamm

Rotschitza-Klamm

The difficulty level is easy. Only in one place is certain skill required. After a short walk from the starting point at the panoramic restaurant Baumgartnerhof, you reach the climbing trail right by the Rotschitza waterfall. In total, the via ferrata has a length of 350 metres with an altitude difference of around 290 metres.

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Kanzianiberg

Kanzianiberg

Kanzianiberg in Finkenstein by Faaker See may well be Austria's largest and most traditional climbing garden. Apart from climbing routes of all difficulty levels, it also offers many secured via ferrata for beginners to the more advanced. It provides a wealth of short, secure climbs and routes on all sides.

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Peterlewand

Peterlewand

The Peterlewand is situated in a fairly hidden location in St. Urban, nestled between trees and looking rather inconspicuous from afar. At the time of the Counter-Reformation it was a place of strategic importance and is described in the book “Das Volk ohne Heimat” (people without a home) written by Gustav Renker. A pupil set up the first routes from Bodensdorf, aged 16-18 years old.

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Arnoldstein climbing region

Arnoldstein climbing region

Right within the municipal area of Arnoldstein, situated just behind the local kindergarten, is the Arnoldstein climbing area that is very popular also among beginners due to its many light and short routes.Friends of friction climbing and via ferrata will be delighted: many routes run along vertical or slightly inclined walls.

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Climbing experiences for families

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