One of the best ways to truly get “in touch” with the Paznaun is to feel the primary rock of the Tyrolean mountains beneath your fingers – for instance during bouldering at Silvapark. The region surrounding Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl and See is popular with outdoor enthusiasts who love via ferratas and bouldering.
And that’s no surprise: The varied landscape and breathtaking views of the surrounding three-thousand-metre summits make climbing and bouldering in the Paznaun an exquisite pleasure.
One of the region’s highlights is the extensive boulder area at Silvapark in Galtür. Tyrol’s largest natural rock boulder arena was made accessible by bouldering pioneer Bernd Zangerl. It features more than 200 different routes and is perfect for beginners as well as experienced climbers.
Bouldering or ice climbing, via ferratas or multi-pitch climbs: The Paznaun region is a paradise for climbers and boulderers – and the start of many adventures up in lofty heights.
The best thing is to consult a local mountain guide right away and explore the most beautiful climbing and bouldering tours in Paznaun together!
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- Boulder parks
Silvapark Galtür: 8 sectors, more than 200 boulder-tours and separate children's boulder-park
Family Boulderpark Alp Trida: 9 rocks and one climbing rock
- Vie ferrate
in Galtür: Gorfenspitz, Kleinlitzner, Silvapark, family via ferrata „Little Ballun“
in Ischgl: Flimspitz & Greitspitz in the Silvretta Arena
- Sport climbing
Climbing arena Jamtal: 3 sectors and 20 routes especially for advanced
Climbers garden Gamshorn in the Jamtal: mix of single pitches and multi pitches
- Multi pitch routes
in the Jamtal at the Gletscherspitze, the Paulcketurm or in the climbers garden Gamshorn
- Ice climbing
on the waterfalls in See and on the ice tours in the Jamtal
Time for a break: Discover the region’s mountain huts
Ambitious mountaineers or little bouldering first-timer: At some point, all of them need to eat something! After all, savouring a delicious snack is the perfect way to recharge your batteries for the next stage of your climb.
Luckily, the Paznaun is full of ideal spots for enjoyable breaks – for instance at the region’s many mountain huts and Alpine pastures. How about rewarding yourself with a tasty “Brettljause” snack platter or a fluffy “Germknödel”? There’s no better way to plan your next climbing adventure than while feasting on traditional delicacies!
Climbing with new friends
Would you like to explore the Paznaun bouldering paradise together with fellow climbers? Or are you looking for an experienced guide to help you with your first climbing steps?
The weekly activities programme features regular events and guided tours for climbing fans.