A paradise for climbers
The region Seefeld – Tirols Hochplateau and its surroundings are very suitable for real climbing enthusiasts. In the villages of Scharnitz and Leutasch, you will find various climbing possibilities and a true climbing paradise. Whether you are looking for an easy climbing route for the whole family or for professional sports climbing routes, it is all possible. Tirols Hochplatau offers a wide range of possibilities for both beginners and fanatic climbers.
Climbing adventures in the Seefeld area
1. Chinese wall in Leutasch
The Chinese wall in Leutasch offers 176 routes on 11 different levels. There is a right route here for every climber, including optimal conditions. The "Puls 2000", in the highest difficulty level, is the best-known climbing trail. This route requires strength and stamina, but once up, the effort is rewarded with a beautiful view.
2. New climbing area in Scharnitz
In the summer of 2019, a new climbing area opened up in Scharnitz. A total of 60 completely new routes have been set out in the Wetterstein limestone with good grip and moderate levels of difficulty (3 to 7 degrees). The routes in Scharnitz are suitable for beginners as well as families. Need a rest? Take it easy 'on route' at the resting area, with tables, benches and a fountain.
3. Family climbing area "Flämenwandl"
The Flämenwandl climbing area is ideal for families and offers no less than 20 different routes between 3 and 6b+ difficulty levels. The climbing routes are located directly on the Leutascher Ache. The nature and benches around the routes make this the ideal location for a pleasant picnic with the family, with plenty of space for the kids to play.
4. New panorama via ferrata Seefelder Spitze
From June 2021, the Olympiaregion Seefeld offers a new highlight. The via Ferrata at the Seefelder Spitze lets you enjoy a unique view of the entire region, from the Zugspitze to the Karwendel mountains. The panorama via Ferrata starts at an altitude of around 1,960 meters and ends at 2,220 meters. During the climb, you will cover an altitude of 475 metres and the level of difficulty falls within the C category with some D sections.
The ascent of the new panorama via Ferrata takes about 1.5 hours, not including the ascent and descent. For advanced climbers, the climb from the valley station Rosshütte is recommended. Of course, it is also possible to take the elevator to the top.
Pictures Olympiaregion Seefeld/Heinz Zak©