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Sport climbing in the Seefeld Olympia region

Climbing has been a tradition in and around Seefeld since 1922. Pioneers of climbing, like Bernhard Prommer, Reini Scherer, Heinz Zak and Bernhard Hangl, opened many via ferratas and climbing gardens. For example, a very popular crag for sport climbing is the Chinesische Mauer. While this area is mainly for experienced climbers, Mauerbogen offers many climbs for beginners and hobby climbers. The Olympia region Seefeld is located on a high plateau with an altitude level of 1.200m.

Besides climbing, you can also visit an idyllic mountain lake – the  Möserer Lake. With an altitude level of 1.292m, it is a perfect place to cool down on a hot summer day. Another great opportunity to relax when the weather is less than ideal is the Alpenbad bath Leutasch. A hike up to the Wettersteinhütte hut in the Karwendel mountains is also highly recommended!

Whether you want to spend your time climbing or out in nature, you surely won’t get bored in the Seefeld Olympia region!

Best of Klettern in Olympia Region Seefeld


  • Leutasch/Chinesische Mauer climbing garden:The Chinesische Mauer climbing garden in Leutasch is nestled in the Karwendel mountains, Wetterstein mountains and the Hohe Munde mountain. There are 168 challenging and technical routes between 4 and 8. The different sectors are characterised by smaller and bigger crimps and holes, long and slightly overhanging, or also vertical or strongly overhanging routes. The view onto the Stubaier Alps is amazing!
  • Mauerbogen climbing garden: The Mauerbogen climbing garden offers 31 routes in good rock quality, graded from 3 to 7. It’s particularly recommended to more experienced climbers as its grading is rather hard. The routes are characterised by holes and crimps. The climbing garden is located on an altitude of 1.200m and faces South. After an exhausting climbing day, you can relax in the Alpenbad bath in Leutasch.
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