• Disability Access
  • Central location
  • Cared for by a family

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Climbing at the Wilder Kaiser

While the grassy mountains Hartkaiser, Brandstadl, Hohe Salve and Astberg are perfect for easier walks and hikes with the family, the steep rocks of the Kaisergebirge demand everything from climbers and mountaineers.

Pure Adrenaline

Nothing is impossible in the Wilder Kaiser Brixental region


To make your vacation as pleasant as possible, enjoy the advantages of qualified climbing accommodation.

For real rock lovers:
- Sports breakfast (fruit, cereal, ..)
- Climbing info corner (climbing guide, topos, sports shops)
- Catering package for the climbing day
- Current weather information every day
- Individual recommendations and tips

Mountaineering, hikes, guided group walks, private tours, Alpine climbing, sport climbing, ice climbing on frozen waterfalls, climbing courses for beginners, advanced and professionals, via ferratas, ski tours, canyoning, mountain guides, ski guides, incentives and adventure, team building, flying fox, adventuring, high-wire act, glacier safari, deep snow courses, guided ski tours, snowboard tours, guided snow shoe walks etc.

More information about the Wilder Kaiser climbing region can be found here!

  • Extrem Klettern
  • Klettersteig Klamml
  • Klettern am Kaiser

The Kaiser Mountains (especially the entire Wilder Kaiser mountain range) is one of the best known and most popular climbing areas in the European Alps. Terms such as Meat bank east wall, meat bank pillar, Kopftörlgrat, Leuchsweg, Dülfer Führe or Predigtstuhl Northeast intersection make the heart of every free climber beat faster. Whether easy enjoyment climbing or breathtaking sport climbing in difficult routes - the Kaiser Mountains (Wilder Kaiser) offer optimal conditions for climbing in a magnificent rock region.

You don't have a chance, but use it!

The Schleier waterfall: a 60 meter high rock dome from the center of which the small mountain stream falls unchecked like a rain veil, is considered a mecca for extreme climbers. There are around 150 climbing routes and a few more unscathed projects, with the main difficulties moving from 7 upwards. The rock formation contains some of the toughest routes in Europe and there are rarely so many "10s" in one place.

There are now so many beautiful and difficult routes on the veil that you no longer know where to start and you may not believe it but there will be more, because there are still many projects.

The Kaiser offers numerous newly developed and well-protected alpine climbing routes for less risk-conscious climbers. Such as the Sonneck, which can be reached directly from Scheffau, with a compact field and plaisir-secured routes from 4 degrees upwards. (Tour tip)

There are challenges in practically every level of difficulty - even demanding and difficult tours such as the test piece "The Emperor's New Clothes" by Stefan Glowacz. With two pitches in the upper tenth degree, one of the most difficult climbs in the Alps.

Countless other climbing opportunities can still be found in the vicinity!

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