See the majesty of the Alps on this incredible day-long rock climbing course in the Grazer Bergland of Austria! With various routes to choose from, I will show you the thrill and excitement of taking on this classic mountain range.
Located in the heart of Austria, the Grazer Bergland has something for everyone! Whether you´re looking for a steeper climb over difficult terrain, or a more aesthetically pleasing and moderate route, I have you covered!
The Grazer Bergland has climbing routes of incredible natural beauty. The region is known for its charm, and thanks to the delightful temperatures of its low altitude, it almost gives off a slight Mediterranean vibe along its courses.
The day-long courses are offered on classic routes, from Rothelstein to Ratengrat, that all have great paths. Along ridges or up rock faces, I can prepare a great route for whatever you are looking for. I have a vast knowledge of the area, so I can guide you wherever you need to go in the Grazer Bergland!
Depending on the tour, you can climb up to 350 meters in an hour, and some of them feature up to two hours of walking time in the beautiful highlands.
The variety of routes will allow me to work on and develop your skills, particularly the ones you want to improve the most. I know the best routes in the area, so I can guide you wherever you need to go in the Grazer Bergland!
The routes generally require a moderate level of fitness, so you should be in good physical shape for the program.
Book this program with me NOW and take your climbing to a whole new level with a day in the Austrian Alps in Grazer Bergland!
Price per person
|Group of 2||165EUR|
- Guiding fee
- Group equipment
- Mountain guide's expenses
Skill level required
Fitness level required
We will coordinate a meeting point before the program, as it will depend on the specific tour.
If you need rental equipment, please alert me beforehand as to what you will need. The harness and climbing helmet may be borrowed free of charge.
Come prepared with personal items that include, but are not limited to: Climbing pants, weatherproof jackets, gloves, sun protection, climbing boots/shoes, extra clothes and footwear, backpack, headlamp, magnesium, and personal food and drink(s).
The guide reserves the right to alter and/or adjust the trip as necessary to guarantee the safety and satisfaction of the program.