The Zirler via ferrata near Innsbruck convinces with is`t view on the breathtaking mountain landscape. If you still have the strength to uproot trees in the upper part, get out via the D-variant over the west ridge tower. In the descent you pass the summiteer Nadel shortly after the summit and with a little luck you can observe climbers there. ;-)
We meet on this day in the morning at Hochzirl station. From the train station we follow the path to the Solsteinhaus and from there to the Eppzirler Scharte. Once there, we put on our safety equipment - consisting of helmet, climbing harness and via ferrata set and enjoy the view with a sip from the water bottle. Then we start climbing and climb behind some towers into a ridge.
We gain height via ramps and gutters. Over and over again we have to work hard in individual areas. On the flat sections in between we can enjoy the view. On the upper part, depending on the force, we can climb a short steep D variant or circulate it on a more gentle way. Gutter-like terrain finally leads us to the summit. There we enjoy the special view over the Inntal, Karwendel and the Zugspitze with a snack.
After the rest on the summit we follow the path down to the Solsteinhaus. The path is in some passages with a wire rope secured. From the Solsteinhaus we follow the already known path without difficulty back to the starting point.
information about the tour:
- duration: approx. 9 hours
- meeting point: 7:00 am at the train station in Hochzirl
- minimum number of participants: min 3 participants
- cable cars: -
- accommodation/Meals: -
- train rides: -
- other admissions: -
- included services: guided tour by mountain and ski guide
- rental equipment included: climbing Equipment
requirements for participants:
- technique: Via ferrata experience in via ferrata of difficulty min B
- other: -
- category B, B/C or C mountain boots over the ankle
- mountain clothing
- snack / Drinks
- country: Austria
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