Climbing on the routes on Dachstein Glacier in the Schladming-Dachstein region in Ski amadé | © Peter Burgstaller
Climbing on the routes on Dachstein Glacier in the Schladming-Dachstein region in Ski amadé | © Peter Burgstaller

Climbing in Ski amadé

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High up into the Alps

You’ve got a good grip on the grey rock

All muscles are tense, your fingers are tightly wrapped around the spur of rock in front of you, and your feet become one with the wall. You’re completely focused on climbing, every step is well-planned and thought-out.

Passionate climbers and alpine pros know how engaging this sport is. While climbing, all thoughts that aren’t about the present moment, are far, far away. All that matters are your next finger placement, the amazing scenic views and the fascinating alpine scenery of Ski amadé all around you.

Why you should definitely go climbing while on holiday…

  • Climbing in the mountains of Ski amadé is a unique experience: Towards the summit, past raging waterfalls, across deep gorges, next to protected wildflowers and all that up in dizzying heights. If you’re looking for an adrenaline kick, climbing in Ski amadé is perfect for you.
  • How about a little more variety? The same tour every day, pfff … boring! In Ski amadé, climbing enthusiasts are spoilt for choice. In five different regions and two federal states, you can look forward to a wide variety of rock faces and peak victories.
  • The right route for everyone: Of course! Beginner, advanced or pro summiteer – in the mountain world of Ski amadé, every climber finds the right route for his needs and wishes. Guided, alone or in a group: Discover the extensive climbing region!

When you see one summit after another…

…then you’ve arrived at the climbers’ paradise of Ski amadé. In Salzburg or in Styria: There’s a huge variety of via ferratas, rock faces and peak victories to be enjoyed.

You can choose from seven different via ferratas at Salzburger Sportwelt alone. All adventure seekers who prefer to keep things a little less challenging should visit one of the three high rope courses. You’d like to experience more while on summer holiday? Then you’ll feel right at home at the region of Schladming-Dachstein. High rope courses, mountaineering classes and various via ferratas will give you that special kick. In Gastein, climbing fans will be in awe. Be it along ridges, across vertical rock faces or at secured climbing crags: Bad Gastein, Klammstein and Dorfgastein offer a lot of different options for sporty holiday guests.

2,942 metres – that’s how high the Hochkönig is. It’s not surprising that this majestic mountain has a legendary reputation among mountaineers. Explore the diverse ascents, routes and various levels of difficulty – you’ll be glad you did! Tricky via ferratas, athletic challenges or your first encounter with the grey rock? At Grossarltal, you get to decide which climbing level is the right one for you.

Find out more about the climbing regions of the five regions in Ski amadé now: