Via ferratas in and around Galtür

Explore the Paznaun valley
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Via ferratas in Tyrol for beginners and pros

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Via ferrata climbing combines two popular sports: hiking and climbing. If you’re a seasoned hiker looking for a thrilling change, we recommend giving the many via ferratas around Galtür a try.

A convenient extra: There’s a vast choice of routes, with great options for all skill levels.

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5 via ferratas for mountain lovers

Varied routes in the Paznaun valley

Once you have packed your equipment – consisting of a via ferrata set, a harness and a helmet – your climbing adventure begins. Galtür boasts a total of five routes, with the Little Ballun via ferrata as the best choice for families with kids.

Our tip: If you don’t have any prior experience, why not join a guided tour? The experts will share useful tips with you and tell you interesting facts about the region.

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The Little Ballun via ferrata is a highlight for children and families. Once you have tackled the varied climbing sections, you’re rewarded with splendid views of the Silvretta mountain world, the Paznaun region and Ischgl.

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Silvapark via ferrata is located at the north face of the distinctive Ballunspitze, nestled between Tyrol and Vorarlberg. The route is both challenging and varied. If you dare to look down, you can catch a glimpse of the turquoise waters of Kops reservoir.

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Gorfenspitze via ferrata is an easy, short, grade-A via ferrata. The route runs below the distinctive Gorfenspitze peak and takes you up to the summit across various ledges and a platform.

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The route takes you over secured paths and ladders, featuring challenging passages at some points. Upon reaching the summit, climbers are rewarded with a spectacular panorama.

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BThe via ferrata up Kleinlitzner is a great route for mountain enthusiasts with a bit of experience. Expect jaw-dropping views of the three-thousand-metre glaciers of the Silvretta mountains at 2,783 metres above sea level!

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Flimspitz via ferrata runs up to the summit cross of Ischgl’s highest mountain peak. The route is a great choice for experienced climbers but is also suitable for beginners.

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The climb up to Greitspitz at 2,850 metres above sea level is rewarded with splendid views of the Tyrolean mountains. The via ferrata is doable for beginners – provided they are accompanied by a mountain guide.

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