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Climbing parks & bad weather alternatives

Brave the rain

In case of rain or inclement weather climbing fans in Ötztal don’t have to do without their favorite sport. On the contrary: Tirol's longest side valley offers climbers of all skill levels a number of bad weather alternatives – ranging from the world-famous climbing and bouldering hall in nearby Imst (Inntal valley) to the rain-protected bridge pier with lead climbing area at the AREA 47 outdoor playground.
Area 47 Climbing Rope Course
Climbing Hall Ötztal Climbing Bouldering

AREA 47: Lead climbing area & boulder cave

The AREA 47 outdoor playground at the entrance to Ötztal offers climbers a number of opportunities also in (light) rain: There is a 27 meter high lead climbing area at the Achbrücke bridge pier and a varied Boulder Cave on the landscaped lake. A high ropes garden completes the offer. Learn more about the AREA 47 climbing options HERE

faszinatour Outdoorzentrum Haiming: 70m2 climbing wall

The faszinatour Outdoorzentrum in Haiming offers a 70m2 climbing wall with five routes and a 6 meter high abseiling platform. More detailed information is available HERE

Camping Sölden: in-house indoor climbing wall

"Camping Sölden" next to the base station of Gaislachkogl mountain gondola in Sölden has its private 85m2 indoor climbing wall. More details can be found HERE

Feel Free Outdoor Professionals: climbing tower

The Feel free outdoor provider in Oetz has a 10 meter high climbing tower where you can perfectly improve your basic climbing knowledge and skills. More information can be found HERE

Imst Indoor Climbing Hall

In nearby Imst, not far from Ötztal, you’ll find one of Tirol’s largest climbing and bouldering halls. The World Cup hall offers 1100 m2 of climbing surface and an additional 240 m2 bouldering area. Get all details HERE

Steinblock Imst Indoor Bouldering Hall

Also the Steinblock bouldering hall is located in Imst: On 750 m2 there are both child-friendly and competitive boulder routes. Learn more about the bouldering hall HERE