Climbing centre Trattenbach

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climbing centre Trattenbach

The unique connection between the Beisteinmauer via ferrata and the Weißensteinerwand climbing crag make the Trattenbachtal valley a favourite haunt of the climbing scene.

The via ferrata project organised by the Ternberg/Trattenbach Naturefriends local group on the 634 m high Beistein in Trattenbach offers several routes in difficulty levels B, C, D and E for climbing enthusiasts. Highlights such as the Brunner Bankerl at lofty heights, a 12-metre vertical ladder, the 63-metre Nepal Bridge and the Photo Point offer a great panoramic view and the necessary challenges for athletes. At the foot of the Beisteinmauer, right next to the ice climb, another highlight has been installed: a practice via ferrata at a low altitude. This route offers beginners the opportunity to get a taste of via ferrata climbing without having to climb to great heights.

The Weißensteinerwand is an interesting, accessible climbing rock in the Trattenbach climbing centre. During the construction of the via ferrata, the neighbouring Weißensteinerwand did not go unnoticed. Countless old climbing routes were discovered there, revitalised and extended. With the help of numerous dedicated route setters from the region, a varied and challenging climbing garden was created. There are currently 70 climbing routes of difficulty levels 3 to 10 according to UIAA with one to two-pitch lengths on the Weißensteinerwand.