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Climbing in Serfaus-Fiss-LadisThe Tyrol is one of the most beautiful climbing regions in the Alps and offers countless trails at all levels of difficulty. From climbing gardens and fixed rope routes over boulders to ice climbing, the Alps offer a

wide variety of activities. Climbing is fun and is a special experience for any age.


Climbing walls:


Climbing rock sites:

  • Family Climbing Crag St. Georgen – Rappenwand
    Close to the hamlet of St. Georgen, just below Serfaus there is a climbing crag with 19 different climbing routes in a difficulty from II to VII. Standardised rock pitons and drilled abseiling points were installed. Beautifully located in the forest with many hours of sunshine in the alpine atmosphere. The rock has small holds and while the lower part is flat (for families), the upper part is vertical and thus ideal for sport climbing. The height is from 5 to 25 metres and there are 2 multi pitch routes. The usage of a helmet is absolutly necessary.


  • Climbing Route Quarzit Wall Castle Laudeck in Ladis
    The new climbing area in Ladis offers short climbing routes (fixed rope routes) on excellent rock with short walk-ins.

    There are 3 different routes in different levels of difficulty:
    - Via Claudia Augusta: B moderately difficult
    - Pons Lauds Steig: C difficult
    - Laudecksteig: D very difficult

    Please note that the use of the climbing routes is an alpine adventure and experience is essential. You can also hire a professional guide.

    When it rains, the climbing routes are not recommended!



  • many options in the area around Fiss
    - Klobenstein
    - Kalkschrofen am Telfes
    - Sauerbrunn in Prutz
    - Fernergries im Kaunertal


  • Climbing garden Glockhäuser, Affenhimmel bei Zams
    (25 km – the most beautiful climbing garden in western Tyrol)


  • Climbing garden Ardez in Engadin


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