Each Wednesday, one of two Kitzbüheler Alpen climbing highlights is on the agenda. It all depends on, whether we want to enjoy the sunny south faces of the Waitringer Steinplatte on the so-called s’Schuasta Gangl via ferrata, or whether we prefer the shade of the Marokka via ferrata at Fieberbrunn. What both routes share in common, is that they are easily accessible by cable car, that they can be done under the instruction of our mountain guides, even if it is your first vertical climb experience, and that they have an incredible panoramic view. During the descent, we take you onto the Steinplatte with a venture into the historical origin of this distinctive cliff, a fossilised coral reef from the tertiary period. After the Marokka climbing tour, we will enjoy a view of one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the region from the terrace of the alpine inn Wildseeloderhaus.
Meeting point: Bottom station gondola Waidring or Fieberbrunn
Duration: about 6h
Cost: € 70 per person for holders of the St. Johann Card (€ 90 without guest card)
Equipment: Helmet*, climbing harness*, Via Ferrata set with energy absorber * (*available for rent if needed). Hiking gear, hiking boots, Via Ferrata and/or cycling gloves, small backpack.
Cost for rental equipment (helmet, climbing harness, Via Ferrata set, climbing shoes): - € 20 per person; not included
Walking Time: 6 hours / Elevation gain: 400m
Effort Level: ### 900 - 1.400 meters elevation gain and loss
Rating: ### (Via Ferrata: C-D) For experienced hikers who can safely negotiate difficult or rough terrain and exposed sections with handholds/cables. Prerequisites: sure-footedness and a good head for heights.
Please register by Wednesday 12am at St. Johann in Tirol, Oberndorf or Kirchdorf tourist office - phone 0043 5352 63335 0, online or at the Kitzbüheler Bergführer.
Every registered participant will be contacted by telephone by the mountain guide the evening before the tour. To ensure that we can always offer our guests a unique mountain experience, we reserve the right to make small changes to the programme and to adjust the starting time and meeting point according to the conditions and weather. If the weather is really bad, we are happy to offer taster courses in the Kitzbühel or St. Johann climbing halls.