Via Ferrata

in the Imst Outdoor Region

Climbing Holidays in Tyrol

Countless climbing crags and via ferrata - maintained and secured in keeping with the very latest safety regulations - offer a heaven for those in pursuit of 'natural highs'. Find out more about routes and

topos in the Imst Outdoor Region at 'Climbers Paradise' climbing platform. Four fixed rope routes, at all levels of difficulty, wait for experts and those who want to become one.

 

Mann mit Rucksack klettert am Seil den Klettersteig hinauf

Imst Via Ferrata

Completely renovated in 2018, including a new rope bridge - one of the climbing highlights in the Imst Outdoor Region! 

The Imst via ferrata leads from the Muttekopf hut to the 2,623 m high Maldonkopf in the Lechtal Alps in the Tyrolean Imst Outdoor Region.

Via Ferrata

  • Via ferrata climbing sets are available for rent at the Imst Climbing Centre & at High-Mountainworks!
    Sets are available at a reduced price with upon presentation of the Imst HOLIDAY PASS.

  • Leite via ferrata in Nassereith
    A modern and very challenging via ferrata built into the limestone walls of the Tieftal valley. The best time to tackle this via ferrata is between the months of May and October, but it is, in general, accessible all year round. C/D

  • Imst via ferrata to the Maldonkopf, completely renovated in 2018, with new rope bridge. The intermediate exit was removed. Equipped with footholds and climbing aids, the Imst via ferrata leads right into the heart of the high alpine climbing experience. D

  • Waterfall via ferrata beside the Muttekopfhütte (open from 06.06.2021)
    Short, state-of-the-art via ferrata close to a mountain hut. Suitable for families, children, teenagers and for beginners when secured accordingly. B/C

  • Hanauer via ferrata beside the Hanauer Hütte (open from 28.06.2021)
    Two fantastic via ferratas with a long rope bridge, beside the Hanauerhütte mountain hut. The hut is set on a rock platform, underneath which are two variations of the via ferrata. A/D/B to C/D

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