At an altitude of over 1,500 meters, at the heart of the Arlberg Massif, you can find the Walser settlement of Warth in an idyllic location: A paradise for winter, summer, and rock climbing.
Rock climbing in Lechtal
Some of the most popular attractions include the fixed-rope routes, rock climbing gardens, but also the Alpine rock climbing routes. They invite you to follow in the footsteps of the first settlers and to explore the mountains from a new perspective.
In the Lechtal in Tyrol, you can find the Klettergarten Schrofenwies, a rock climbing facility that was renovated a few years ago. Whether you’re an aspiring beginner, an ambitious athletic climber, or if you have your children in tow, there are different sectors and varying difficulty levels at the Klettergarten, offering a diverse range of activities and challenges for all skill levels. And because climbing can make you hungry, there is also an idyllic open-air grill area with seating.
Warth-Schröcken Adventure Park and High Rope Course in the Bregenz Forest
The high rope course in Schröcken bei Warth is perfect for families, school classes, but also for companies and individuals. The adventure playground for all ages is located in the Bregenzerachschlucht gorge. The obstacle course takes you through the white waters of the Bregenzerach, along natural rock formations and through the forest. Firmly secured, you will move from tree to tree at an altitude of 3 to 15 meters.
Various difficulty levels throughout the 42 rope courses ensure that all visitors can master the challenging courses, regardless of their skill level. Three rope slides and a 150-meter-long Flying Fox will give you an adrenaline boost. Certified mountain guides will keep a watchful eye on you and help you out when you need it. Trust in yourself! You can visit the Warth-Schröcken high rope course without any prior experience. Children aged 6 and older can use the Adventure Park when accompanied by an adult.
Fixed-rope route in Warth am Arlberg
At an altitude of 2,416 meters, the Karhorn presides over Warth am Arlberg. The fixed-rope route along the ridge is subdivided into two sections. The eastern ridge is 600 meters long and is classed as A-B. The second part of the fixed rope route, the western ridge, starts from the summit cross, where you can get on or off the route. This is also 600 meters long and classed as C-D. The Steffisalp Express can help you get to the start of the course, which means that it is also suitable for younger mountain enthusiasts. Make sure you have the right equipment!
Arlberger Klettersteig [fixed-rope route]
Mountain climbers can find a great challenge at the Arlberger Klettersteig [fixed-rope route] in St. Anton am Arlberg in Tyrol. The panoramic view of the mountains is incomparable, but the three-kilometer-long fixed-rope route is not to be underestimated. In summer, the notches that can be used to descend will contain snow in summer, too. Warning: this fixed-rope route is very challenging. Experience and physical fitness are basic requirements!
Alpine classics around Warth am Arlberg
The Hochtannberg mountain is nestled between the Bregenz Forest, the Arlberg, and the Lechtal valley. As such, you can look forward to seeing mountains and peaks as far as the eye can see. The Widderstein in Warth-Schröcken am Arlberg in the Bregenz Forest is a classic. In Lech am Arlberg in Vorarlberg, the northern edge of the Roggalspitz am Spullersee is a true delight. In St. Anton am Arlberg in the Verwalltal, the 3,000-meter-tall Patteriol reigns high over everything.
Have these route descriptions piqued your curiosity? Explore the Hochtannberg mountain from a new perspective.