Via ferrata guided tours and courses in Tyrol

Off into the vertical – experiences and views on the via ferrata

Via ferrata in Tyrol

Via Ferrata or Via Ferrata are becoming increasingly popular. Mountains, exposure and height are made accessible here even for people who have not been climbing for years. You follow a wire rope which is used for securing with a via ferrata set through steep walls. Iron clamps allow better climbing and gripping. So if you have no or little climbing experience, but also want to experience the exposure of the mountains up close for once, the via ferrata is just right for you. And once you’ve smelled the fuse, there are endless possibilities in the Alpine region for all skill levels.

But beware! Via ferrata is a serious undertaking, and a fall usually ends up more painful than classic rope climbing. We therefore recommend that beginners make their first experiences together with a certified mountain guide who will take care of the necessary safety framework. We offer regular via ferrata tours in Tyrol with us around Stubaital, around Innsbruck and in Ötztal. Sign up for your trip to the vertical mountain world.

Tyrol is a paradise for via ferrata enthusiasts. The breathtaking mountain landscape offers a variety of routes that challenge both beginners and experienced climbers. The via ferratas in Tyrol are well equipped and safe, with modern safety features such as steel ropes and ladders. But via ferrata in Tyrol is not only a sporting activity, but also a way to experience the nature and culture of the region. The fresh air, the breathtaking mountain panorama and the fascinating flora and fauna are an unforgettable experience. Tyrol is also known for its rich culture and tradition, which visitors can experience during their stay. The region also offers a diverse selection of restaurants and bars serving traditional Austrian cuisine as well as international food and drinks.

Mountain guide

Markus – He studied meteorology to avoid being out in the rain, but most of the time he is outside anyway and takes the weather as it comes. After many years of bike guiding experience (over 50 Transalps), you can now find him full time in the mountain guide business, training new bike guides, as well as on enduro trips across the bike world. Markus is an all-rounder, whether with bike, ice tools, climbing pads or skis, he has fun everywhere. That’s why flatsucks, as long as the terrain isn’t flat, nothing stands in the way of a good day.

Patrick is a snowman, bikedad, and mountain guide. For him, it’s the depth meters that count most, and he’s on the mountain 365 days a year. However, it’s not about quantity, but quality. When the snow is bad, he stays at home, but then he is again the first in the field when there is fresh snow. In summer, in addition to biking, you can find him a lot on the numerous Tyrolean via ferratas, and not only with guests, but also with Family and Friends.

Thomas Peer – Lives in the Stubaital, where he also grew up. Since his childhood he had many long winters, so he got into skiing at an early age. Very quickly he sought adventure off-piste and to this day he is fascinated by ski touring in pristine landscapes. As a full-time mountain and ski guide, however, there is of course summer. Here, the via ferratas in Tyrol offer themselves as a perfect working environment.