• Trip duration
    1+ day
  • Trip level
    Intermediate
  • Max people per guide
    2 people
  • Mountain range
    Alps
  • Best period
    May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov

Description

The Kaiser Mountains in the Tyrol is one of my favorite rock climbing spots in Austria. They are a mountain massif in the North and the East of the Alps. The range consists of two main mountain ridges, the Zahmer Kaiser to the north and the Wilder Kaiser to the south.

The Wilder Kaiser near the small town of Sankt Johann in Tyrol is according to me, one of the best mountain ranges for rock climbing in the Alps. You may have heard about these famous places: Totenkirchl, Predigtstuhl and Fleischbank-Ostwand.

I guide you there on high-quality limestone climbs in a spectacular setting, ranging from easy ridges to extremely difficult and long walls.

The best period to go rock climbing in Wilder Kaiser goes from Mi-May till November. We can go there together for one or several days. Based on your wishes, your rock climbing level and the time you have, I will define a program and the climbing routes / walls that matches your desires.

In order to maximise the safety and make sure I can have enough time and attention for each of you, I will take only 2 people with me. If you are a larger group, a friend of mine, IFMGA mountain guide as well, will join us.

Rock climbing in the Wilder Kaiser can be combined with some hiking or even via ferrata, including for the very beginners.

My daily guiding tarif is 350€.

If you plan to come in the area, between Ellmau, Scheffau, Going and Söll during your next holiday, please feel free to get in touch with me and let’s discuss about some awesome rock climbing we can do together. It will be my great pleasure to let you discover the best spots of the region and let you live a great time !

Based on the conditions, we can also go to Steinplatte, 10 km away. 

Price per person

1 Person350EUR
Group of 2175EUR

Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Group equipment

Other details

More info

Technical equipment includes the climbing harness and the helmet.