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The climbing park of Jerzens-Hochzeiger offers numerous routes with varying degrees of difficulty. The Pitzi climbing rock, as it is often called, also provides two easy via ferratas with a way down through the forest. Moreover, children can test their balance ability on a rope bridge. In order to make sure all family members can get started with climbing and have their first tries, a few man-made holds are attached to a rock. The climbing park of Jerzens-Hochzeiger is the ideal newcomer area for children and serves as "preliminary step" for greater challenges. The climbing garden is equipped with a general map of all routes, sheltered seating facilities and tables.
It is also possible to reach the climbing park via the Bärensteig within ca. 40 min or via the service road of the toboggan run in Winter in ca. 45 min (ca. 250 metres in altitude). Alternative with children: Ascending with the cable car of the Hochzeiger Bergbahnen to the mid-station. From there, leisurely 20 min ascent on a comfortable footpath past the Tanzalpe and the Stadler Hut until the climbing park of Jerzens-Hochzeiger.
By car: Follow the road signs to Jerzens Hochzeiger Bergbahnen.
By bus: Take the bus till the bus stop Jerzens Hochzeiger.
The climbing park of Jerzens-Hochzeige is situated between the valley station and the hut Stalderhütte.
Wide valley floor at the base of the wall, forest/meadows, suitable for children
Free car park at the valley station of the mountain lift Hochzeiger.
In the climbing park Jerzens-Hochzeiger are 11 routes with a of difficulty of 2 to 6b.
easy route for beginners, well secured
beautiful practice rock for climbing