St. Anton am Arlberg und Umgebung

The via ferratas in St. Anton am Arlberg are a great way to explore the region's impressive mountain scenery and experience the adrenaline rush of climbing at the same time. The region offers a range of via ferratas of varying degrees of difficulty, from easy beginner routes to more challenging routes for experienced climbers. The via ferratas are well marked and offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. For those looking for a slightly different challenge, the high ropes course in St. Anton am Arlberg is an excellent option. Here you can put your dexterity, balance and courage to the test as you tackle various courses in the treetops. The high ropes course offers different levels of difficulty so that both children and adults get their money's worth. With rope bridges, climbing elements and ziplines, the high ropes course is a fun and exciting activity for the whole family.

Via ferrata Montafon

A sporty via ferrata with sufficient footholds, 2 rope bridges with route guidance around the waterfall. The difficulty is mostly C and once briefly D, i.e. moderately difficult, so ideal for children and young people.

The access or approach is at the train station in St. Anton im Montafon. Here you follow the road in the direction of Barthlomäberg until you reach the fork in a narrow road. This leads up to the edge of the forest, and you have already reached your destination. And where there is an approach, there is also a descent. A newly built path leads back to the starting point.

Via ferrata Weißschropfenspitze

The Tyrolean "extreme classic" for all sports and climbing enthusiasts. The via ferrata in St. Anton inspires besides its High demands on endurance and strength with its beautiful mountain scenery on the surrounding peaks and its beautiful half-day tour. The Arlberg via ferrata takes a total of 4-5 hours.  

For the train ascent or the approach we recommend you to take the Galzigbahn, then with the Vallugabahn to the mountain station Vallugagrat. From there, follow the signs. On the descent you go back the same way as on the ascent. After that there is a crossroads, here you can choose the way to the Leuchtkircher hut or to the chairlift station "Kapall".

Via ferrata Karhorn

The starting point here is Steffisalp-Express in Warth am Arlberg. The Karhorn via ferrata is ideal for beginners, beginners, children and teenagers. The difficulty level is consistently between B and C. Even without much experience, strength and endurance, you can master this via ferrata. Advanced climbers get their money's worth after the summit. Because they can continue their via ferrata tour at the "Panoramaklettersteig Karhorn Westgrad".

High ropes course Verwalltal

At a height of around six meters, you can climb around between the trees in the high ropes course. The course runs over 8 stations and demands a lot of coordination from the climbers. Balancing on tree trunks and walking over rope ladders are part of it at the beginning. The tour through the high ropes course in Verwall is accompanied by expert guides from the outdoor company H2O.

Gorge and climbing park

The ideal destination for sports enthusiasts in Schnann. Here you are spoilt for choice. On the one hand, a fascinating hiking route leads through the Schnann Gorge, surrounded by rushing torrents and waterfalls, and on the other hand, you can put your dexterity, endurance and strength to the test in the Schann climbing park.

7 Climbing courses

Die Ferienregion St. Anton am Arlberg in Tirol, Österreich, hat noch mehr für Gipfelstürmer zu bieten! Rund um die Darmstädter Hütte befinden sich folgende 7 Klettergebiete mit insgesamt 58 verschiedenen Routen:

  1. Faselfadspitze
  2. Schweinestall
  3. Schneekönig
  4. Verwall di Mello
  5. Kirche
  6. Weiskopfplatte
  7. Apothekerblock