wonderful views directly on the rock wall
Climbing in and near Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
Climbing wall, climbing rock or via ferrata: Test your climbing skills in and near Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis! The alpine mountains surrounding the Tyrolean Inntal valley provide perfect conditions for adventurous days “on the rocks”.
Via Ferratas near Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis:
Via Ferratas "Quarzit Wand Burg Laudeck" - Ladis
Test your climbing skills in Ladis! The rocks of crystalline slate, on which the Laudeck castle thrones spectacularly, provide perfect conditions for adventurous days “on the rocks”. The via ferratas “Quarzit Wand Burg Laudeck" offer three short but exciting routes for all fans of the climbing sport: „Via Claudia Augusta“ (blue), „Pons Laudes Steig“(red) und „Laudecksteig“(black). The routes range in difficulty from A to D. All routes end directly next to Gasthof Rauth-Hof. It is a perfect place to stop for a bite to eat or a drink and enjoy the stunning view after the ascent. Breath-taking views of the Inntal valley await all climbers. Furthermore, the view of the mountains on the opposite side of the valley, including the Berneck castle, and the Kaunertal valley is a thrilling sight for any climber.
Via Claudia Augusta (blue)
Various climbing elements such as wooden blanks, a climbing net and a shaky bridge directly at the rock wall turn the Via Claudia via ferrata into an interesting climbing experience. Its centrepiece is for sure the wooden bridge. It takes you a little will power to cross it. However, you will be rewarded with beautiful views of the Upper Inntal valley in Tyrol.
Even if the Via Claudia Augusta is the easiest one of the three routes, it is not quite that easy. A good head for heights is required for all routes. The via ferrata is ideal for all sporty families with older kids and climbing experience. Is this your first via ferrata? We recommend taking part in guided tours of our alpine schools.
Level of difficulty: A to B.
Pons Laudes Steig (red)
The second moderately difficult via ferrata is called Laudes Steig. It runs parallel to the first route and is a little trickier. You need a good level of fitness to master two steep sections (level of difficulty: C). In addition, it provides fewer climbing aids to step/ hold on. However, every climber is rewarded with stunning views of the Upper Inntal valley.
Level of difficulty: A to C.
You need agility and muscle power already on the first few metres of this difficult via ferrata, which is the crux of this route. After this section, climbers are again rewarded with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Just before getting to the final section, where climbers have to make it across a shaky rope bridge, the route features an overhanging rock.
Level of difficulty: C to D.
Further Via Ferratas
- Anton Renk via ferrata – Ried/Fendels
- Holderli Seppl via ferrata – Kaunertal valley
- Galugg via ferrata – Zams
- Imst via ferrata – Imst
Climbing walls in and near Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
- Climbing tower at Mini&Maxi Club in Fiss (Can only be used as part of the Mini & Maxi Club program)
- Big climbing gym in Imst
Climbing crag tips in Tyrol
- Rappenwand Family Climbing Crag: Near the St. Georgen hamlet below Serfaus, there’s a climbing crag with 19 different routes ranging in difficulty from II to VII. Great for families as well as sport climbers!
- Fuglersee climbing crag: Above the Furglersee lake at 2,600m above sea level, about 1.5 hours from the Kölnerhaus you can find 7 routes to climb.
- Starkenbach climbing crag: The Affenhimmel climbing crag near Starkenbach by Mils is considered one of the most beautiful crags in West Tyrol.
- Ardez-im-Engadin climbing crag: Located right at the bypass road of the picturesque village Ardez in the Lower Engadin, this climbing crag offers the perfect route for every taste – with varying levels of difficulty.
- Other climbing options can be found near Fiss, Klobenstein and Kalkschrofen at the Telfes