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Tyrolean Climbing Gardens

Practice your skills or learn how to climb in the climbing gardens of Tyrol


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Tyrol has a large variety of climbing sports and activities suitable for everyone. A day spent in one of the climbing gardens can become a great experience and fun for the whole family among the beautiful surroundings Austria has to offer. Here you can find climbing gardens for beginners and kids, and more challenging rocks for professional climbers. The climbing garden Schneekönig in St. Anton has 13 routes starting at the Darmstädter Hütte refuge. Starkenbach has 197 routes, up to 40 m. Karrenwand in Karres, Imst-Gurgltal has 81 medium difficulty routes up to 40 metres. Climbing is most comfortable during the warm season. If it rains the rocks may take a few hours to dry.

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