Host Destination & City
Host Destination TIROL
From solid granite to craggy limestone: Tirol's 14 climbing regions from the Arlberg in the west to the Wilder Kaiser in the east make the region a true "Climbers' Paradise". All in all there are over 5,000 alpine climbing routes and 3,000 sport climbing routes plus more than 30 indoor climbing centres and 800 boulder problems. Nowhere else in the Alps will you find so many climbing and bouldering options in such a small area. Pioneers of the climbing scene such as Hermann Buhl and Albert Precht have made their own unique contribution to making Tirol one of the best places on the planet for climbing, which continues to attract climbers from around the world today.
The website tyrol.com/climbing offers an overview of the many climbing options in Tirol – from climber-friendly accommodation to tips on the best routes for beginners, families and experts. On the website climbers-paradise.com you will find detailed information and free-to-download topos - the perfect resource for planning a climbing holiday in the Tirolean Alps.
Host City INNSBRUCK
Alpine via ferratas with breathtaking views, exciting ice climbing routes, a first-class climbing experience on the rock and in the Kletterzentrum Innsbruck, the Innsbruck region has a lot to offer when it comes to climbing - both for beginners and professionals.
In addition to the Innsbruck via ferrata - a "classic" among the challenging alpine via ferratas - the Nordkette climbing arena is also a hotspot for all climbing enthusiasts. Experienced rock climbers and ice climbers get their kicks in Kühtai and in the Sellrain Valley, while the Stams and Locherboden climbing gardens are very popular with families and beginners.
Learn more about the climbing region Innsbruck HERE.
Experience instead of vacation: Innsbruck is more
Innsbruck is an experience between alpine adventures and urban joy of life. Between culture and nature, highs and lows, tradition and trends - no other region combines extreme contrasts in such a charming way as Innsbruck. The Innsbruck region, which stretches from the Tyrolean capital to 40 towns in its surrounding area, offers a special variety of activities and stands out as an excellent host of major sporting events. Culture enthusiasts will also find renowned events throughout the year.
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