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Climbing gardens in the holiday region of Imst – a paradise for sport climbers

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!

The 3 most popular climbing gardens around Imst

  • Hahntennjoch climbing garden: The small Hahntennjoch climbing garden is located on the Southern hillside of the Falsche Kogel mountain above the Hahntennjoch mountain. It lies amidst the Lechtal Alps. The access hike only takes 30 minutes. There are hard and strongly overhanging routes in the Psychowandl climbing garden. The Anhalterhütte climbing garden is high alpine and also provides up to 400m high multi pitch routes .
  • Karres/Rote Wand climbing garden:The Rote Wand climbing garden in Karres provides 134 climbing routes up to 33m high. The grades range from 3 to 9. The access hike is very short. Due to its location which fosters drying after rainfall you can climb all year around.
  • Nassereith climbing garden:The climbing area around Nassereith offers many sport climbing routes in all difficulties. The Botanischer Garten climbing garden which was re-established in 2007 and is recommended to families with children. There are 17 routes. Another climbing garden is Fuchsschrofen – beautifully located in the forest with a lot of shade. This climbing garden is rather recommended to experienced climbers (22 routes). The Götterwandl climbing garden offers 36 routes. Another recommendation is the Leite climbing garden which was established in 2007 and offers 42 vertical to slightly overhanging routes. Last but not least, the Sparchet climbing garden in Nassereith offers 106 routes.
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