Climbing

Climbing fun in Matrei am Brenner

Your gateway to Tyrol's rock faces

Climbing, via ferrata & bouldering in Tyrol

Adrenaline rush in nature and indoors

A vacation in Matrei am Brenner, in the heart of the Tyrolean Wipptal valley near Innsbruck, promises climbing enthusiasts a unique experience. Here you will find a perfect mix of natural via ferratas, climbing gardens, bouldering crags and multi-pitch routes in the untouched mountain landscape, as well as excellent indoor options for days when the weather doesn’t play ball.

The basecamp, a central climbing and competence center in Matrei, offers ideal conditions for indoor climbing and bouldering as well as training and wellness. It is the perfect place to improve your climbing skills regardless of the weather.

Climbing for families and beginners through to professionals

The climbing facilities in the Wipptal vacation region are particularly family-friendly and suitable for beginners. Thanks to child-friendly hook spacing and moderate rock slopes, even amateur climbers and children can safely gain their first climbing experience here. One highlight is the Alpine Safety Area (ASA) in Gschnitz, where you can test your skills on via ferratas of various difficulty levels (A to E).

Via ferrata

near Innsbruck

St. Magdalena via ferrata (B/C): Leads to the pilgrimage church of St. Magdalena in Gschnitz.

Peter Kofler via ferrata (C): Located in the Stafflacher Wand in St. Jodok.

Ilmspitze via ferrata (D): Located above the Innsbrucker Hütte in Gschnitz.

Climbing parks

for outdoor enthusiasts

Hubertuskapelle climbing park in Obernberg

Climbing park St. Magdalena in Gschnitz

Rossstall climbing park in Vals

Indoor climbing and bouldering in Wipptal

basecamp Matrei

Climbing hall at the JUFA Steinach

A comprehensive offer for indoor and outdoor bouldering as well as lead climbing. You can find more information here:

Boulder blocks in idyllic nature

for outdoor enthusiasts

Discover the bouldering blocks in the Altereralm area of the Valsertal and in the Navistal – perfect for anyone who loves bouldering in the great outdoors.

Challenges for professional climbers

The Valsertal valley, especially around the Geraer Hütte, offers challenging alpine climbing opportunities. Famous peaks such as Olperer, Schrammacher, Sagwand and Fußstein have already attracted climbing greats such as David Lama. The Gschnitztal valley with the Goldkappl is also a hotspot for experienced climbers.

Hire climbing equipment

At basecamp Matrei you can hire complete climbing equipment and via ferrata sets. Visit www.basecamp-tirol.at for more information.

“Climbing is the art of overcoming yourself.” - Wolfgang Güllich

We would like to remind all climbing enthusiasts that safety comes first. Climbing should always be done with the appropriate safety equipment. Our hotel in Matrei am Brenner is the ideal starting point for your climbing adventure in Tyrol – we look forward to welcoming you!

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