The Wagrain-Kleinarl holiday region offers a wide variety of action-packed activities for all climbers. Climbing in Kleinarl is a unique natural experience at lofty heights. Thanks to the climbing gym at the Wagrain secondary school, climbing enthusiasts won’t have to miss out on anything even in winter.
Up for an adventure? Soar through the air on a Flying Fox zip-line or master challenges together in the rope course Wagrain-Kleinarl.
Soar through the air of Kesselfall gorge in Kleinarl at full throttle:
On five exciting zip-lines and a rope bridge crossing two waterfalls, you will experience unforgettable moments and impressions on the zip-lining course Kleinarl. The ascent to the starting point of the Flying Fox is possible over a via ferrata of your choice (A: easy, A/B: easy-intermediate, B/C: intermediate/difficult, or C/D: difficult).
On joint tours, groups of up to 8 people are led through the natural surroundings of Kesselfall gorge by KLETTER-WELT guides. You are welcome to book a guided tour in advance at email@example.com
From the KLETTER-WELT Kleinarl parking lot, the rope course Kleinarl can be reached via the Kesselfall trail in 15 minutes. There are 60 exercises and the site also offers an amazing view to the Kleinarltal. The highlights of the course are the purple and the black course: High up, you will enjoy the view of the 80 meter abyss – you should be free from giddiness.
Overview of the attractions:
Children’s course for children aged 5 and up or over 110 cm
Flying Fox course
NEW 2021: Partner course with team exercises
TOPPAS (safe jump from 14 meters)
Highest platform: 15 meters
Corresponds to the catalog of criteria for ropes courses suitable for schoolchildren
vie ferrate in kleinarl
High above Kleinarl at the Peilsteinpalfen
In a breathtaking mountain scenery, we offer 3 vie ferrate and one cross-country trail.
The family via ferrata Tatzlwurm A/B (easy), the via ferrata Kesselfall with difficulty B/C (medium) through the Kesselfall gorge and the via ferrata Kleinarler Luftikus C/D (difficult), which can hardly be surpassed in height and attractiveness, offer climbing experiences for all skill levels.
Climbing enthusiasts will get their share in Wagrain-Kleinarl also in winter: In the multi-purpose hall of the Wagrain secondary school, there is a climbing wall with an approx. 180 m2 lead area. In addition, a size-adjustable slackline offers the opportunity to work on your sense of balance.