Climbing & High Ropes Park
Climbing in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
The 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.
- 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.
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Fuglersee Climbing Crag
Above the Furglersee lake at 2,600m above sea level, about 1.5 hours from the Kölnerhaus you can find 7 routes to climb.
Via Ferrata 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 (blue): A-B moderately difficult
Pons Laudeg Steig (red): A-C difficult
Laudecksteig (black): C-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!
- Further Via Ferratas nearby
Anton Renk via ferrata – Ried/Fendels
Holderli Seppl via ferrata – Kaunertal valley
Galugg via ferrata – Zams
Imst via ferrata – Imst
- Options in the area around Fiss
Klobenstein, Kalkschrofen am Telfes, Sauerbrunn in Prutz, Fernergries im Kaunertal
- Climbing Crag Starkenbach: in Affenhimmel near Starkenbach by Mils
25 km – the most beautiful climbing garden in western Tyrol
Climbing rag Ardez in Engadin
Located right at the bypass road of the picturesque village Ardez in the Lower Engadin, this climbing crag offers the perfect route for every taste – with varying levels of difficulty.
X-Trees Fun Zone is the name of the forest rope course in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Overcoming limits can be a lot of fun and can help release energy. Do more than you thought you could... together with your entire family! If you happen to lose your balance, a helmet and climbing harness will keep you safe while climbing through the treetops. Amidst the untouched trees at X-Tress Fun Zone, there are 12 parcours all levels of difficulty at lofty heights. You can try out 100 different exercises. At up to 14 meters above the ground, those with courage can conquer all their fears.
Quick and nimble like Spiderman, visitors can climb through the Spider Net. Agility and balance are what it takes to make it across the Indiana-Jones-Bridge. And full-body tingling is what you get to experience later on at the Bungee Trampoline! Try to defy gravity and jump your heart out! Somersaults, crazy tricks or daring jumps are all possible on the Bungee Trampoline.
The icing on the cake: A speedy ride with the Flying Fox back down towards solid ground. And if you’re up for it, you can start on the forest rope course’s next route right away!