Situated in a prime position in the Austrian Alps, Innsbruck is the charming capital city of the state of Tyrol. The city offers a wide range of attractions ranging from sites of natural beauty to cultural gems. It’s also a gateway to the fantastic mountains around it and via ferrata opportunities.
Innsbruck is home to 17 via ferrata sites, some of which are also suitable for children.The Zillertal Alps Nature Park is close by and there you’ll find amazing gorges and interesting rock formations to climb on. You’ll also find some family-friendly via ferrata routes in Mayrhofen, a town not far from Innsbruck. The Innsbruck Klettersteig via ferrata is also a great one if you want excellent views of the city.
Averages in the summer sit at around 19 degrees celsius and in the winter at around -1 degrees celsius.
Fly to Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport which is a 15 minute drive from the center. Another option is to fly to either Salzburg Airport or Munich Airport which are around 2 hours drive away.
June through September
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