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    Touwenparcours in Zuid-Tirol

    Wil je door de bossen slingeren als Tarzan, over de boomtoppen vliegen met een gevoel van absolute veiligheid? Ben je nieuwsgierig, wil je iets nieuws proberen of je persoonlijke grenzen verleggen? Dat is precies de uitdaging die de diverse klimparcoursen in Zuid-Tirol bieden voor het hele gezin. Hoogvliegavonturen omvatten alles van eenvoudige klimattracties tot uitgebreide klimparcoursen met kleine touwbanen en beveiligde vrije vallen. Klimparcoursen worden vaak gecombineerd met extra activiteiten zoals "river boating" of 3D boogschietparcoursen.
    Climbing garden in Stuls/Stulles
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Fascination, movement as well as emotion for good work, this is sport climbing. Climbing is a sport that covers a wide range of activities, which is why the Passeiertal Valley offers a wide range of climbing gardens and walls.

    Climbing Wall in Stuls/Stulles: at the farm "Unterstuaner Hof".

    Degree of difficulty: 4-8a

    Climbing routes: 65

    Via ferrata Poppele-Knott
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Easy via ferrata on the Monte Sole in Laces

    The Poppele-Knott via ferrata is a short via ferrata where the safety distances are partly far apart. At the beginning of the climb, the climb becomes more difficult with increasing height. At the end you reach a smooth wall with small steps.
    You find the entrance to the Poppele-Knott via ferrata at the irrigation channel path Latschander next to the eponym "Poppele Knott" a big stone to your left where the irrigation channel path begins on the right. Follow this, the turn left a little steeply - and the climbing fun can begin.
    The via ferrata is also possible for children over 1.20m - but always accompanied by an adult.


    Climging parc Obereggen -Vipernstein
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental
    The "Vipernstein" is located on the Eggentaler Almen, an impressive mountain backdrop nestled between Latemar and Zanggenberg.
    Rock: Latemar Iimestone
    Approach and access: form Obereggen (upper car park) in the direction of the Eggentaler Almen, past the Epircher-Laner-Alm and from there about 1 km further to the car park. Then follow the road on foot to Weigler Schupf, then about 100 m down the meadow to the right. It takes about 15 min from the car park to the climbing rock.

    High season 04.07. - 28.08.2021 road to the Eggentaler Almen closed from 09.00 am - 5.00 pm daily. Therefore ascent with the cable car Ochseinweide, from there further along the road to Weigler Schupf, then approx. 100 m down the meadow to the right. It takes about 1 hour from the Ochsenweide mountain station to the climbing rock.
    Climbing Park Carezza - Small Croda Rossa
    Welschnofen/Nova Levante, Dolomites Region Eggental
    The Climbing Park Carezza - Small Croda Rossa, is uniquely situated in terms of landscape below the Croda Rossa in theCatinaccio/ Rosengarten area.
    The "Blocks" sector is in the forest and is always good for a detour as a complement to the Small Croda Rossa.
    Rock: dolomite, overhanging climbing on ledges and holes.
    How to get there: from Nova Levante/Welschnofen drive in the direction of Passo Costalunga/Karerpass, turn off in the direction of Passo Nigra/Nigerpass. After about a kilometre park on the right at the car park "Kaiserstein"
    Access "Kleine Rotwand": from the "Kaiserstein" car park, follow the path [9] on the right-hand side of the road to the Small Croda Rossa.
    Access "Blocks": from the car park, follow the tracks on the left side of the road that lead to the "Blocks" sector in the forest (approx. 3 min).

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    Sports and leisure
    Flying Fox
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Soar above “Trafoi Canyon”
    Since summer 2019, visitors have had the chance to strap themselves in for a thrilling flight straight from Trafoi car park to the opposite side of “Trafoi Canyon”. This stunning slide offers wonderful views of the Trafoi mountain stream, with the landing spot featuring direct access to the new climbing park.
    Note: Flying Fox may only be used under the supervision of trained staff.
    Technical details:
    Flying Fox height: 40 m
    Flying Fox length: 175 m
    Minimum weight for children: 25 kg
    Price: 25 euros
    Kronaction Outdoor & Fun Park
    Pfalzen/Falzes, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Kronaction is the largest high rope climbing garden in South Tyrol and is located near the lake Issinger Weiher in Pustertal Valley. The adventure park & ​​climbing garden awaits you.

    Sports and leisure
    "Huafwond" Panorama Climbing Area
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    "Huafwond" Panorama Climbing Area

    An absolute highlight for experienced climbers, a beautifully laid-out climbing area on Sonnenberg mountain in Partschins/Parcines with more than 100 sq. mt. of panorama terraces, grill facilities, benches and tables and fantastic views of the Dolomite peaks and the Meran area.
    More than 30 climbing routes, from grade II to IX in difficulty, and a number of rope-ways – some over 30 mt. long.

    How to get to the climbing area:
    Simply take the Texelbahn cable car in Partschins up to the mountain station then walk 7 min. along the “Dursterhof” path to the rock-face turning off after a 5 min. walk to the right in a westerly direction.
    By car to the „Dursterhof“ farm, then a 30 min. walk to the rock face, following the Giggelberg path then turning uphill after 25 min. towards the west.

    Climbing garden "Zoll" in the Passeiertal Valley
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Fascination, movement as well as emotion for good work, this is sport climbing. Climbing is a sport that covers a wide range of activities, which is why the Passeiertal Valley offers a wide range of climbing gardens and walls.

    Climbing garden "Zoll": coming from St. Leonhard/S. Leonard in direction of Moos/Moso, ca. one kilometer after the locality Gomion there is on the right side of the road one single house.

    Degree of difficulty: 5a-8a · Climbing routes: 16

    Via Ferrata Knott
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Via Ferrata “Knott” Unterstell
    La ferrata “KNOTT” (rupe) si trova sulla roccia
    su cui è ancorata una piattaforma panoramica. Dalla stessa si può godere
    di una grandiosa vista in profondità sulle singole vie e sugli scalatori che le
    percorrono. In totale sulla “KNOTT” si sviluppano Quattro vie ferrate, una
    corta via di collegamento, un ponte sospeso lungo 20 m e due ripide scalette
    metalliche. Qui ci si può arrampicare e allenarsi a piacere. Semplici
    percorsi, passaggi difficili, tratti esposti e tecnici. Ad ogni ora del giorno,
    dato che i tratti di accesso e di discesa sono brevi.

    Climbing garden Bergkristall in Pfelders/Plan
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Fascination, movement as well as emotion for good work, this is sport climbing. Climbing is a sport that covers a wide range of activities, which is why the Passeiertal Valley offers a wide range of climbing gardens and walls.

    Climbing Garden Bergkristall in Pfelders/Plan: just before Pfelders/Plan accross from the inn Bergkristall.

    Degree of difficulty: 3-7c

    Climbing routes: 55

    Ferrata Stuller Wasserfall
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    The via ferrata „Stuller Wasserfall“ is a medium-difficulty-level climb with a very difficult variation in the middle part, which can be bypassed. This steep and exposed climb proceeds through a breathtaking setting in the immediate vicinity of the roaring waterfall.

    The Stuller waterfall is a mighty height of 342 meters consisting of two cascades, and is the third highest in Europe.

    About two thirds of the way through the climb there is the possibility to discontinue the ascent and take a footpath to Stuls or descend to Moos. The final section of the via ferrata can also be undertaken as a short journey from Stuls with access via said footpath.

    From the large parking lot in Moos, head briefly toward the bus stop and follow the path to the parish church. A few meters after the parish church, turn left onto the trail “Passerschluchtenweg” and walk about 20 minutes in the direction of St. Leonhard.

    At the bridge over the Passer, continue straight ahead. Hike uphill to the main road and the rockslide tunnel, which will subsequently be scaled. Once on top, there is a short tunnel that leads to the via ferrata access trail. The entire access trail to the via ferrata is signposted from the bus stop in Moos.

    From the exit of the via ferrata, path No. 10a leads back to Moos/Moso. Another possibility: return by bus.

    High Ropes Cours Alliz
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    A real natural experience for young and old is the High Ropes Course Lasa in the Litzer Waldele forest. The complex has 10 courses with 100 platforms at different heights and skill levels.
    New attraction: Vista parcour with 16 platforms

    In case of thunderstorms, heavy rain or strong winds, the park is closed.

    Climbing Garden in Antholz Niedertal
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    The climbing rock in Antholz Niedertal is located in the shady forest between fish pond and the Hofstatt hut. There are over 30 different routes here with varying difficulties, e.g.: "Geckos" for the little ones, "Dance Course" for experts and "Difficult Crack" for the crevasse enthusiasts. Let's go for vertical fun!
    High rope garden Skytrek at Sterzing
    Sterzing/Vipiteno, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    Try this adventure, learn to assess your personal limits, overcome your fears and experience an unforgettable day, high up in the trees at the North Park in Sterzing / Vipiteno. Ideal for families and children. 

    climbing garden Marchegg
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    Those who want to experience this (including the surge of adrenaline) can learn it under the supervision of an instructor in the Marchegg rock climbing garden. The 30 metre high wall offers a lot, from fixed rope climbing to climbing routes with degrees of difficulty from 4a to 7b+. Great adventure and fun not only for kids!

    Climbing in Alliz
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The climbing area on Monte Sole mountain of Lasa

    - 23 routes
    - Altitude: 1080 m
    - Walking time: approx. 4 min.
    - Rock: gneiss
    - Difficulty level: 4 - 6c+

    Access: turn left at the bridge to the entrance to Alliz

    Larix Ferrata
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    The 'Larix' (larch in Latin) via ferrata with suspension bridges, exciting rope slides and a parallel hiking trail will be available.The challenging via ferrata is of medium difficulty and also suitable for experienced families. The entrance is located at the foot of the large Kurzrasbach waterfall and leads towards the Teufelsegg hut. The 'Alpin Trail' hiking trail runs partly along this, allowing you to observe and accompany the climbers. Whether you are a leisurely hiker or an arduous climber, you will find what you are looking for here.

    Prerequisite: via ferrata equipment (rental in Maso Corto at Service Stricker or Ski Factory Maso Corto).

    Entrance: behind the Roter Kofel chairlift, at the foot of the large Kurzrasbach waterfall
    Exit: above the Teufelsegg hut
    Difficulty: medium difficult (C)
    Ascent: 3:30 h
    Length: 1.8 km 
    Metres in altitude:
    410 hm each

    Climbing "Nesselwand"
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The climbing area in Lasa valley.

    - 65 routes
    - Altitude: 1.800 m
    - Walking time: approx. 1 h
    - Rock: marble
    - Difficulty: 4 - 8a

    Access: Lasa Valley
    From the village, take the trail no. 5, or take the car up to the Bremsberg and from here just below the trail no. 5A - no. 5 into the Lasa valley, continue on a forest road to a right turn. By a wire rope, which leads over the brook, one can look for a place to cross the brook. To the right, follow a path leading up to a forest slab from the wire rope.

    Detailed Info: Sportclimbing Guides 1 Passeier Vinschgau

    Climbing at the "Loathna Kofel"
    St.Lorenzen/San Lorenzo di Sebato, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The so-called “Loathna-Kofel” near the village of Sankt Lorenzen was already inhabited in the Iron Age. Today there are climb climbers, who train and are already trained in the 26 in part exigent and light craning routes.

    2 routes till 5a, 6 routes till 6a, 10 routes till 6c, 12 routes till 7b, 1 route till 8a

    Climbing Park near the Adolf Munkel Trail
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The climbing crag by the Adolf Munkel trail is situated beneath the north face of the Furchetta Mountain and it offers climbing routes for almost every difficulty level. The area around the climbing crag is child-friendly and the view of the Odle/Geisler Mountains is breathtaking. • Starting point: Zannes/Zans; hiking time: 40 min to the climbing crag; difficulty of the routes: 3 to 8a; rock: dolostone

    Sports and leisure
    Mountain of Tribulaun
    Brenner/Brennero, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    The Pflersch Tribulaun is characterized on all sides by steep cliffs, which are among the highest in the Stubai Alps and offer good natural climbing opportunities. The normal route is in grade III. The ascent over the west ridge in difficulty level III+. The north and south walls offer even more alpine climbing routes in the 5th and 6th degree.

    Climbing "Priel"
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The climbing garden above the sports area Silandro/Schlanders

    - 36 routes
    - Altitude: 770 m
    - Walking time: approx. 10-35 min.
    - Rock: gneiss
    - Difficulty level: 5a - 8a

    Access: Sportzone Silandro
    Follow the road in the valley, turn left on a forest road and a few hundred meters after the fishpond turn left to the electricity plant - or the hiking trail no. 7 towards Schlandersburg castle - or follow the hiking trail 14 above the sports zone.
    The climbing "Priel" is maintained by AVS Schlanders.

    Detailed Info: Sportclimbing Guides 1 Passeier Vinschgau

    Climbing garden Mastaun
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    The climbing garden Mastaun is located in the high valley oft he same name near Madonna di Senales/Unser Frau in Schnalstal Valley, approx. 20 minutes walk behind the Mastaunalm hut.

    The approx. 70 metre high rock face offers technically challenging routes over several pitches in the middle of an untouches natural landscape. It was initiated and built by Nereo Ongaro (AVS Schnalstal Valley), further routes are planned.

    Special features: Due to the exposed location oft he rock face, the multi-rope lenghts and the technically challenging routes, the climbing garden is suitable for experienced climbers.

    Guides, schools
    Climbing on the Staumauer wall
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    On the climbing wall Alperia on the dam wall in Val Martello, both beginners and experts will find their routes. On the high walls, which promise a special climbing experience, you will find 35 different routes. Two of the routes are even 80 metres long!
    Sports and leisure
    Via Ferrata Ziel
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    Take the Texelbahn cable car directly to the famous Merano High Mountain Trail (no. 24). Heading in a westerly direction towards Nasereit refuge, the via ferrata can easily be reached in around 1 hour on foot. The highlight of the Category C via ferrata is the bridge course with 2 zip lines and a rope bridge. There are exposed sections (difficulty C), otherwise most sections are B to B/C. Due to its fabulous location situated between streams and waterfalls in the pristine Ziel Valley, this via ferrata route is unique in the Texel Group Nature Park. An idyllic climbing highlight for experienced climbers, but also offering adventurous family fun in the mountains.

    The new Ziel Via Ferrata route up to the Gingglegg, a rocky promontory behind the Nasereit refuge hut, offers difficulty of up to a maximum of level C over a distance of 500 m. From the Texelbahn mountain station, follow the pleasant path up to the Nasereit Hut, then cross over the bridge and follow the signposts. A forest track leads to the high pastures; red marker points and cairns show the entrance to the via ferrata route (from the Texelbahn a little more than an hour). The first part of the climb, which features two exposed sections (difficulty C) with spectacular views down to the Zielbach stream, is also suitable for families with children with experience of climbing. The gaps between the individual anchor points have been kept especially small. At the exit of this section, climbers reach a grassy knoll by the Zielbach, which can either be crossed by a rope bridge or by zip line (only a climbing harness with via ferrata cable kit required). The zip line is great for families, who can then cross back again via the rope bridge. Red dots mark the descent from the grassy knoll.

    In order to reach the second, more difficult section of the via ferrata route, after crossing the Zielbach follow the marker points and you will soon reach the entrance to the upper section. The sloping slab terrain (difficulty B) requires good footwork. At the start there are still footholds - the short left traverse is conquered using the friction technique on small, steep treads (C). The first emergency exit is here. Next comes an initial short steep vertical climb, which again demands excellent footwork. Transferring the carabiner at the end of the steep vertical climb must be planned in advance in order to save energy (C). A short traverse to the right (B) leads to the next overhang (C), which is overcome with the help, among other things, of two metal ladder rungs. An apparently natural foothold on the left-hand side of the ascent facilitates climbing higher. The subsequent left traverse (B) is very exposed and ends at the next steep vertical climb (C). After this, the route continues along easy grassy terrain. Next comes a short section which can be wet, especially after bad weather or longer periods of rain. Two metal ladder rungs help to conquer the steep section (C). Level B challenges come next. A brief right traverse leads to the slightly overhanging key passage (C+), which is passable using artificial climbing aids and strength. A nice scramble (B) with many good handholds leads up to the long right traverse, the most exposed section of the entire climb (C). Even after this traverse there are still some C passages to overcome before the face register is reached. The less steep continuation of the route follows the ridge (B and C) and finally ends at the Gingglegg, a wonderful viewing point with amazing vistas of the Dolomites. The hiking trail leads back down to the Nasereit refuge hut in around 30 minutes and from there back to the starting point.

    Tour Info:
    Difficulty B and C
    Via ferrata length 500 m
    Entrance-Exit 250 metres difference in altitude
    Time required 2-2½ hours
    Good climbing technique and arm strength require

    Sports and leisure
    Ötzi Rope-Park
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    Sfidarci divertimento per tutte le età promette il parco avventura in Val Senales. In uno splendido luogo naturale, con una gola impossante, c’è un parco avventura, con 11 percorsi e ca. 150 piattaforme, da 2m fino a 30m di altezza.
    Caratteristiche speciali: Altalena Gigante „Giant Swing“, tante carrucole e percorsi per bambini.
    Periodo d’apertura: 01/05 – 04/11/2018 Durata di un giro su tutti i percorsi: ca. 3 ore Luogo: si trova alla fine del Lago di Vernago, a 1780 metri sul livello del mare. Fermata dell’autobus e parcheggio disponibile.

    Climbing garden in Moos/Moso
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Fascination, movement as well as emotion for good work, this is sport climbing. Climbing is a sport that covers a wide range of activities, which is why the Passeiertal Valley offers a wide range of climbing gardens and walls.

    Climbing garden in Moos/Moso: at the museum Bunker Mooseum.

    Degree of difficulty: 5c-7b

    Climbing routes: 18

    Via Ferrata Hans Kammerlander
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    A tricky, demanding, superbly constructed route with absolutely breathtaking views. The via ferrata was named after the mountaineer from Ahornach. The route begins close to the Kleingruberhof in Ahornach, covers 600 metres in length and 300 vertical metres, and requires nerves of steel and a lot of strength – above all in the arms.  After a relatively moderate start, the rock face becomes extremely steep. According to Hans Kammerlander, there is nothing like it in the entire Dolomite region; the difficulty reaches level E, but is mostly D and C. The path ends after around three hours of climbing near the Kofler zwischen den Wänden and is only suitable for experienced climbers. A good head for heights is one hundred percent essential.

    Route description:
    A short ladder up to an overhang (E), then a B/C and C-grade traverse to the Burma bridge (A/B). After the bridge continue (B) to a small niche and then steeply (D) to a flake and right into the narrow intersection (D/E). The intersection widens (D) and leads to the 15-m ladder (inside B/C; outside C). After the ladder, a left turn (D and briefly E) over the roof and climbing to the right (D and C) in easier terrain (B/B). Then the route moves on to an edge and the long, ascending traverse begins (always B, B/C and also briefly C) up to the next overhang. Just before this the face becomes steeper (C/D) and you will reach the tree trunk on which you cross to the roof edge. Next briefly D and then easier to the rope bridge. Cross this bridge and then traverse horizontally (B). The rope becomes steeper (C and C/D) and leads up under the next bridge, which is reached by looping round to the left (B). After the second bridge a slab pillar (up to C) leads up to the exit at a wooden fence.

    Source: ; Author: Andreas Jentzsch

    Total time required approx. 4 hours.

    The Laces Climbing Crag
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    At the Laces rock-climbing crag practice wall, beginners can try their hand at the easiest climb, the ‘Alpingeschichte’, while the more advanced would prefer the ‘Laces Vegas’ course. In total, there are 78 different climbs with strips, holes and plates, all positioned on the compact gneiss. On the ‘Alpingeschichte’ course, the names have a specific meaning. The various practice climbs are intended to represent some of the great Alpine mountain climbing courses.

    Attention: Laces climbing crag closed!
    Due to urgent maintenance work, the two sectors "Latsch Vegas" and "Alpingeschichte" will remain closed until further notice.

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