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Guided via ferrata tour in the PillerseeTal

Fieberbrunn

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Marokka

05.08.2021

Thu09:00 - 16:00

Event information

Sunny via ferrata tour "s'Schuasta Gangl" in the south walls of the Waidringer Steinplatte (descent: excursion into the history of origins, a fossilized coral reef from the Tertiary period) or shadier on the "Marokka via ferrata" (descent: detour to the terrace of the Wildseeloderhaus with views of one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the region) - both tours can be reached by cable car and are ideal for first experiences!

Altitude difference: 400 m | Technique: 4# | Condition: 3#| Via ferrata: C/D | >> Implementation guarantee: already from one person
Meeting point: valley station Bergbahn Waidring or Fieberbrunn, 9 am, costs: € 70,-/person with guest card (€ 90,- without guest card) - additional costs: Bergbahn ticket. Equipment: helmet*, climbing harness*, via ferrata set with fall damper*, climbing shoes*, (* available on site if required); hiking equipment, mountain or hiking boots, small backpack & snack, via ferrata or cycling gloves. Costs for rental equipment: € 9,- (via ferrata set, harness, helmet); € 14,- (via ferrata set, harness, helmet, climbing shoes)
Registration: day before 12 am directly with the Kitzbüheler mountain guides call +43.664.3710740 or at the tourist office PillerseeTal.
Important for the hut: Negative test or vaccination certificate or certificate of recovery required!
Each registered participant will be contacted by phone by the mountain guide the evening before the tour.

Minor program changes possible (weather conditions, start times and meeting points).

All events are adapted to the current COVID-19 regulations and ordinances. The safety of our visitors has top priority.

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