Whether it is alpine via ferratas with incredible views, exciting ice climbs with straight lines, or a first rate climbing experience in the brand new climbing center - Innsbruck and its surrounding villages have a lot to offer to beginners and pros alike. lists more than 600 climbs, countless via ferratas, crags and ice climbs for Innsbruck and its surroundings. Besides the Innsbruck via ferrata, a classic among the demanding alpine via ferratas, the climbing arena Nordkette is a paradise for all climbers. Experienced ice climbers find great opportunities in Kühtai or Sellrain, while climbing crags like Stams or Locherboden are families favourites.

The new climbing guide book Innsbruck and its holiday villages offers a broad and unique survey of all via ferratas, climbing routes and ice climbs. The guide book is published by AM-Berg and available in bookstores, amazon or in our Onlineshop.

The best opportunity for training waits at the Kletterzentrum Innsbruck, with over 5,700 m2 of climbable surface. The state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor (competition)-walls offer everything you could ask for, for both the climbing stars and the youngsters and leisure climbers.

For years, the “climbing city” Innsbruck has been a great stop of the IFSC Bouldering World Cups series. After the European Championships (Bouldering) in 2010 and 2015, the Youth World Championships took place in Innsbruck in 2017. In September 2018, the World's best athletes are expected at the IFSC Climbing World Championships, which will make Innsbruck the center of the international climbing scene from 06/09 - 16/09/2018.

But the Tyrolean Capital isn’t only great from a climbing perspective. Innsbruck unites city, culture and mountains in a unique way: imperial old town, modern architecture. Mountain adventure and culture experience. The entire year, well known events attract visitors interested in cultural events.

More about Innsbruck, its villages and the Sonnenplateau can be found HERE. More about climbing in Innsbruck on Climbers City!