You can choose 6 different via ferrata variants, from simple to extreme. The "Lehner Wasserfall", for example, is one of the most beautiful climbing routes in the Tyrolean Alps and perfect for beginners.
Via Ferrata "Stuibenfall"
This via ferrata route leads us 450 climbing meters to the most powerful waterfall in Tirol (159 meters drop), Stuibefall. The many secured steel cables, steps and stairs that are drilled and secured into these rocks, make it possible to even beginners (from 10 years) to enjoy climbing those mountain faces at height.
Via Ferrata Lehner Wasserfall
This via ferrata route takes us 430 meters up along the waterfall. There are 2 different routes to choose from for this climb. The via ferrata Lehner Wasserfall requires a surefooted step, alpine experience and a quite some power.
When climbing a via ferrata route you start well equipped (climbing harness with climbing set, climbing helmet and hiking shoes) and therefore safely on a secured climbing path, up along the mountain face. Steel ladders, steel pins, brackets (which serve as steps) and steel cables (attached to the rock) help you climb safely to the top.
Via ferrata is perfect introduction into climbing. Experience the high mountains and peaks without any climbing experience. No fear of heights and a surefooted step are required for this great experience.
Included in the price:
- Taxi transfers to the activity and back to our camp. - Climbing harness, climbing set and helmet - Certified mountain guide - Hot showers - Free use of the leisure area before / after the activities (football, volleyball court, slackline, sun terrace etc.)
Bring your own: hiking shoes and sunscreen
To give you a foretaste, here is a video from Ötztal Tourism