Climging near a lift
If it is never too steep for you, the Latschenturm climbing crag and the Muttekopf area are perfect destinations for you. Both climbing hotspots can be easily reached without long hikes to get there by taking the Imster Bergbahnen lifts. The huts nearby are enticing to stop and enjoy a break and to recharge.
Nature up close
In Hoch-Imst there are climbing routes at all levels of difficulty. Pure nature and fantastic views inclusive. Spectacular rock formations and bizarre mountain massifs meet artificially installed sports climbing routes in different variations. The majority of the varied offers are located in the Muttekopf area.
In particular, families with children and beginners will find perfect conditions for their first attempts at rock climbing in the entire region and especially in the Muttekopf area. The short waterfall via ferrata can be mastered by everyone, provided appropriate safety measures are taken. Have you already caught the climbing fever?
All climbing possibilities at a glance
|Area||Level of Difficulty||Routes|
|Latschenturm||5+ to 10-||35|
|Muttekopfhütte||3 to 9||55|
|Reithle||6 to 10||59|
|Guggerköpfle||5 to 9-||34|
|Engelkarturm||4 to 7||9|
|Hintere Plattein||4+ to 7||10|
|Putzen||3 to 7||26|
|Blaue Köpfe||4 to 7||12|
|Silberwurz and Fölsefescht||3 to 7||35|
High-alpine rock climbing experiences
Climbing on 365 days a year
Just like the spectacular and well-developed via ferratas, rock climbing is an absolute highlight for the young and old in the Tyrol. The Hoch-Imst climbing region is known not only for its great number of talented athletes in the field of competitive climbing, but also bouldering is popular. A total of four indoor climbing centres await you in rainy weather and in the winter. The Hoch-Imst region can justifiably call itself a year-round climbing destination.