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Multi pitch climbing in the Imst holiday region

The Imst holiday region in the Tirolean Oberland is known for its numerous outdoor opportunities for climbing, mountain biking, hiking, rafting and canyoning. It particularly offers many unique climbing possibilities. It is one of Austria’s top climbing spots, providing more than 3.000 sport climbing routes in all difficulties for climbers of all levels - beginners, hobby climbers and pros. The crags are in great condition as they have been well maintained and further developed over the past few years. Austria’s highest climbing wall is also located in Imst.

If you don’t walk to hike down the mountain into the valley, the Alpine Coaster roller coaster takes you back to the base of the mountain in high speed. This is for sure a memorable experience!

4 multi pitch routes around Imst

  • Engelkarturm: The Engelkarturm area offers nine beautiful and rewarding multi pitch routes – on slabs, cracks or overhangs. The distance between the bolts is big. The access hike from the Muttekopfhütte hut takes 50 minutes. You can descend via abseiling. Alpine climbing at its finest!
  • Hintere Platteinspitze:The Hintere Plattensteinspitze is a long, versatile alpine route on an altitude level of 2.700 m. Make sure the weather is stable as you can’t stop and exit before the mountain peak! You can also combine this route with the lower part of the Melzergrat ridge, Melzerkante edge or another route of the Melzerplatte slab. It takes 90 minutes to get to the starting point. The descent leads past the Engelkar mountain.
  • Imst/Muttetürme:The Muttetürme has eigth multi pitch routes on the North-North-Eastern ridge of the Muttekopf mountain. They were established in 2012 and 2013. The belay points are secured by bolts, otherwise you have to bring mobile securing devices. In spring, you can also combine the multi pitch route with a ski tour to the Muttekopf mountain or Scharnitzkopf mountain.
  • Nassereith – Tieftal: The Tieftal climbing area in Nassereith offers all together eight multi pitch routes with alpine character. Even though they are well secured, they are not recommended to mere sport climbers. You can only descend by abseiling. The following routes are highly recommended “Samsersteig” (95 m long), “Herbstsonne” (105 m), “Höhlen-Traverse” (60 m) and “Leben im Sonnenschein” (110 m). The access hike takes about 20 minutes. To not increase the danger of falling rocks, there should never be more than two people climbing in one route.
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