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The climbing garden can be reached from the Kaunergrat hut in approx. 3 minutes. The well secured high alpine climbing garden comprises 21 routes with difficulty levels between 2 and 6c. Seven routes can even be secured as top ropes. The impressive climbing wall is up to 70 metres high. Therefore it is recommended to have at least a 55 m rope with you. Since the climbing garden is located in high alpine terrain, we recommend
wearing a helmet. Equipment can be rented at the Kaunergrat hut (please register). The wall is also crossed by a
short practice climbing path with 80 m height, difficulty level A,B,C.
The climbing garden can be reached from the Kaunergrathütte in approx. 3 minutes.
By car: Leave the A12 at Imst and head towards Arzl im Pitztal. Follow the L16 road via Wenns, past Jerzens to St. Leonhard. This village extends over 20 kilometres and shortly before the Plangeroß district you will find the car park to the Kaunergrathütte on the right-hand side of the road.
By bus: Take the bus till the bus stop Plangeroß.
The ascent to the hut takes about 3. 5 - 4 hours.
You will find the car park to the Kaunergrathütte on the right-hand side of the road.
The well-secured high alpine climbing garden comprises 21 routes with difficulty levels between 2 and 6c.
Well-secured high alpine climbing routes with impressive views.
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