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Hochjoch via ferrata in Silvretta-Montafon (Multiple routes)

A certified guide will lead you on this truly memorable and thrilling via ferrata expedition across the Hochjoch mountain pass in Silvretta-Montafon, as you climb high above the epic and beautiful scenery of the area, all on the longest via ferrata in the state!

Mountain RangeOtztal Alps
Offer periodMay, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Skill LevelBeginner
Fitness LevelOccasional
Type of tripPrivate


  • Climb the longest Via ferrata in the state of Vorarlberg, Austria!

  • Walk across a massive 60-metre long cable suspension bridge

  • See some truly spectacular and epic views over the valleys and lakes


I will lead you on this extremely fun and unforgettable trip high up above the Hochjoch mountain pass in Silvretta-Montafon, Austria, as we traipse and travail along an absolutely spectacular via ferrata (the longest in the state) containing views over the lush green valleys, stunning mountain sides and peaceful lakes below.

The Montafon valley is located in the state of Vorarlberg in Austria, and is a very popular destination for those seeking to indulge in outdoor activities, both in Summer and Winter. It is home to a very strong alpine culture, and agriculture and farming still holds a firm grip on life in the region.

There are two options for the via ferrata route, both of different levels of difficulty. Both begin by riding the Hochjoch cable car and Sennigrat chairlift up the mountain, and from there is where there is a divergence.

The first and slightly more challenging route entails following a steel cable to the summit of Hochjoch, with the pay-off being a magnificent 60-metre long cable suspension bridge to cross, followed by the beguiling descent featuring sweeping panoramic views over the Ratikon, Verwall and Silvretta mountain ranges, each containing mesmerizing and tranquil mountain lakes. The route finishes with a lovely walk down to the pretty Kalbersee Lake.

The second, and gentler route, enables you to reach the summit and return via the exact same trail, or to also cross the suspension bridge much like the first route. The terrain and path is less physically taxing, and the finishing point is also at the Kalbersee Lake.

The views are something truly to behold, with the Austrian countryside laid out beneath you like a scene from a postcard, meaning you will be eager to take plenty of photos.

We finish hopefully having provided you with memories to last a lifetime, and a desire to come back and explore more of this astonishing region of Montafon.

Have a go at this epic and awesome Via ferrata in Montafon and you won’t regret it – book now to experience.


Meeting point

The Hochjoch cable car



Day 1: Meet, activity, finish

Meet in morning, Via ferrata most of day, finish in afternoon

About the guide

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Tomas and his team of IFMGA/UIMLA-certified mountain guides & leaders and rock climbing instructors (Daniel, Andreas, Mathias, Florian, Rudi and Tobias) are some of the top outdoor adventure professionals in Austria.

Whether you wish to climb the Grossglockner, discover the best rock climbing routes of Gesäuse National Park, or go on a ski trip around Arlberg or Kitzbühel, among other great options, they will be able to show you the top spots and the ropes to ensure you have an unforgettable and safe adventure.

Tomas will be your main point of contact during the booking process and will be able to help you with all the questions you have in order to make sure you receive the best possible guiding service.

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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 361 each

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