Klettersteig Marokka © Daniel Roos (141)

Via Ferrata

From family-friendly to high alpine routes - via ferrata in the PillerseeTal

The PillerseeTal offers numerous via ferrata routes in all levels of difficulty, from beginners to professional. A sense of adventure and a good head for heights required, our via ferrata tours are an experience in a class of their own. Along rocky slopes covered in mountain pines, across rope bridges and steel ladders, you go step by step towards the summit. The dreamlike views at the end of each tour create memories that will last a lifetime. A tour on a via ferrata is not just reserved for professional athletes, as families are also becoming more interested in this sport.

Useful Information

  • checkLevels of difficulty from A (easy) to E (extreme)

  • checkClimbing equipment essential

  • checkA good head for heights is essential

  • checkAccessible depending on snow conditions from the middle of May until the end of October

For beginners: The practice via ferrata in Adolari, in St. Ulrich am Pillersee, provides the perfect opportunity to get a little insight into the world of climbing. A rope bridge and Flying Fox guarantee that you will experience an adrenaline rush.
For experienced climbers: The via ferrata "Henne" and "Marokka" in Fieberbrunn offer everything to excite climbing fans with sections ranging from A/B to C/D levels of difficulty - outstanding routes and dreamlike views! The via ferrata "s'Schuastagangl" in Waidring has a C/D level of difficulty, and provides alongside "the ladder to heaven" right at the beginning, an alternative "Knieschloderer" option for a guaranteed adrenaline rush.
For Professionals: If that's still not enough for you, you can try the via ferrata "Nackter Hund" in the Loferer Steinberge mountains - a high alpine via ferrata including a challenging mountain climb.