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Paznaun - Ischgl
Via ferrata 'Flimspitz'

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Status
Closed until further notice!
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Basic information

The often climbed Flimspitz with its impressive summit cross is now even easier accessible from the Flimjochbahn mountain station (Idjochbahn mountain station) as well as the Flimsattelbahn mountain station thanks to the recently constructed via ferrata. The Flimspitz is with its nearly 3.000 meters the highest peak in the area. The panoramic view from the rocky, exposed summit is breathtaking!

Route: From the Flimjochbahn mountain station towards the north on a marked trail. After ca. 400m turn right until you reach the entry point below the distinctive slab of rock; over the tilted slab closely below the ridge, then along the south side of the exposed ridge and over difficult terrain to the summit.

Grade
C
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Exposure
S
Approach

20-25 Min.

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Altitude starting point
2.929 m
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Topography
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Arrival and public transport

Journey via Tyrol:

On the motorway A12 until Landeck and then on the state road B188 through the Paznaun Valley to Ischgl.

With public transportation take the train (ÖBB) to Landeck and further with the bus (line 4240) to Ischgl. (Bus stop: Florianiparkplatz).

 

Journey via Vorarlberg (only in summer possible):

On the motorway A14 until Bludenz and the on the state road B188 via Schruns (Montafon Valley) until Partenen. Further over the Silvretta Hochalpenstraße (Silvretta high alpine road) - Bielerhöhe until Ischgl.

With public transportation take the train (ÖBB) via Bludenz to the terminal station in Schruns and then further with the bus (line 85) to Ischgl. (Bus stop: Florianiparkplatz).

 

Ascent:

Go up with the Flimjochbahn. From the Flimjochbahn mountain station towards the north on a marked trail. After ca. 400m turn right until you reach the entry point below the distinctive slab of rock; over the tilted slab closely below the ridge, then along the south side of the exposed ridge and over difficult terrain to the summit.

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