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The Kaiserklettergarten climbing crag is a great spot for beginners, children and juniors to get a feeling for the rock. You can practise the right technique and proper securing on climbing routes of 8–15 metres in length.
From the Wochenbrunner Alm car park, follow forest road no. 812/822 to the Gaudeamushütte. Take trail no. 813/824 towards Gruttenhütte via Klammlweg trail and follow the signs towards the “Kaiserklettergarten” climbing garden, which brings you directly to the Murmeltierfelsen. To reach Gamsfelsen, proceed along the trail past Gaudeamushütte for about 250 metres until you reach a fork in the road. Follow the signs towards “Kaiserklettergarten – Gamsfelsen”.
If you’re coming on the B178 road from Wörgl or Kufstein, take the Ellmau exit and then the first exit at the roundabout. Go straight down the road until you reach the turn-off (green signs) towards Kaisergebirge/Wochenbrunn. Turn left here and immediately right again. Now follow the road, a toll road, till you reach the Wochenbrunner Alm car park.
If you’re coming on the B178 from St. Johann, take the Ellmau exit and continue straight ahead until the Bauhof junction (green signposts towards Kaisergebirge/Wochenbrunn). Turn right here and immediately right again. Now follow the toll road till you reach the Wochenbrunner Alm car park.
Wochenbrunner Alm, Ellmau (1,085 m) - parking free of charge (toll road)
The Murmeltierfelsen above the Gaudeamushütte is, along with the Gamsfelsen, an ideal place for beginners, children and young adults to develop the right feel for the rock face. The Gamsfelsen, with climbing routes 10-12 metres long and difficulty levels of 3 to 6a+, gives climbers the chance to practise the right technique as well as learn how to belay.
The Gamsfelsen above the Gaudeamushütte is, along with the Murmeltierfelsen, an ideal place for beginners, children and young adults to develop the right feel for the rock face. The Gamsfelsen, with climbing routes 8-15 metres long and difficulty levels of 3 to 5b+, gives climbers the chance to practise the right technique as well as learning how to belay and secure each other.
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