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Multi-level rock climbing in the Zillertal, Tyrol

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Join Emanuel, an IFMGA-certified mountain guide, for a fun, informative and scenic 1+ day mixed-level rock climbing experience in the astounding beauty of the Zillertal Valley.



+1 Day

Aug - Oct


All levels


* Take your pick from hundreds of routes throughout the valley.

* Enjoy breathtakingly beautiful views of the Austrian Alps.

* Learn new skills and hone existing ones as you go.


Tucked into a picturesque valley, just 45 minutes east of Innsbruck, Zillertal is a rock climber’s paradise!

Boasting hundreds of routes all around the tiny hamlet and within the long and winding valley, Zillertal is perfect for all types of climbers.

There are numerous granite boulders of all shapes and sizes, which are perfect for first-time rock climbers.

Magnificent slabs of quartz, steep rocky overhangs and deep granite crevasses are also available throughout the mountains, making for the perfect challenge for intermediate and more advanced rock climbers too.

Just let me know what you are interested in doing and I can tailor the perfect itinerary to suit your needs.

Regardless of where we go or what we do, we are sure to be blessed by stunning beauty on all sides. Tyrol is one of the most beautiful parts of Austria and we will be blessed by fantastic views out into the mountains as well as back into the valley.

The juxtaposition of green meadows and river plains compared to austere blue, snow-capped mountains is really quite something.

So what are you waiting for? Book now for an amazing 1+ day multi-level rock climbing experience in the sublime beauty of Tyrol, Austria’s Zilletal Valley!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

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What people are saying about Emanuel



Great one day backcountry trip. In parts not the best for snowboarders, but props for the guide to showing us untouched completely quiet places. Langue was a bit of an issue here and there which was bit of a bummer. Also the taxi trip from the tour seemed honestly to be a rip off. Other than that, we had a good time. Would recommend for skiers, but if you're splitboarding, I would recommend someone else.

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