Time to hang out!
Better to be hanging off a cliff than stuck in an office.
Hang in there and hang out.
In daily life, you’ve always got your hands full. It often seems impossible to let go. So you don’t lose it under all that pressure:
Good-bye daily life and hello rocks. Hanging from a rope. The only thing that matters is the next grip and the next step. Let go of everything else. Any expectations. Any pressure. Because that’s the best way to climb: completely in the here and now. And whenever you need a break: Just hang out on the rope or stand and observe the world from a long way off, where day-to-day problems are very small and happiness very great.
To Kletter–Rauszeit Climbing Specials, because our motto is hang in there and hang out instead of hanging it up.
Climbing areas and climbing gardens at our locations
Onto the wall, up the rock. To see the vertical face below you and feel the adrenaline pumping through your body. One thing’s for sure: An adrenaline kick is your constant companion here. In the Salzkammergut climbing region, both absolute beginners and experienced professional climbers can let off steam and push their personal limits.
- Großer Priel – Nordgrat
- Almtaler Köpfl
Climbing routes in the Pyhrn-Priel vacation region are well hidden. The widely known Kampermauer is located in its northeasternmost corner at the border of Kalkalpen National Park and has over 300 climbing routes rated between 3 and 9 in difficulty. There’s everything here—from practice cliffs to the longest climbing route in Austria.
Salzkammergut / Ausseerland
In Ausseerland Salzkammergut, friends of climbing can plan free trips or conquer well-known via ferrata routes. Different levels of difficulty promise variety and excitement. Conquering Gösslerwand, you’ll enjoy fantastic views of the village of Gößl, the surrounding mountains, and naturally Lake Grundl. Natural cliffs and rocks especially suitable for climbing have been prepared for practicing climbing and mastering specific levels of difficulty.
Climbing as a sport for people of all ages, from beginners to pros: There’s a place for everyone. Upper Styria has a long and proud tradition of hospitality. Climbing in the Raxenmäuer Alpine Climbing Garden means southern exposure, solitude, good visibility all the way to Gesäuse and Burgenland, chamois and gophers and a great base in close proximity to the climbing area.
The sky’s the limit for all climbing fanatics. In eastern Styria, you have the opportunity to test a variety of different climbing routes and climbing areas.
- Klettergarten Alter Steinbruch
You don’t want to take it easy on your vacation? Do you never say no to new sports activities? Then take advantage of our offer and visit our hotel’s very own climbing gym in Fürstenfeld!
- Kletterhalle Fürstenfeld
Graz / Graz Highlands
The Graz Highlands are ideal for short and sweet climbing trips and unforgettable adventure. If you don’t want to drive far, head north: At the Andritz Weinzödl climbing garden, the Graz climbing community meets for climbing sessions in early summer and late fall. If you have never climbed a cliff outdoors, try out the City Adventure Center located directly at JUFA Hotel Graz City.
Gesäuse National Park
The imposing and steep sloped north faces of the Hochtorgruppe range and the impressive summits and ridges with their seemingly endless climbing opportunities have always excited and attracted alpinists. Above all it’s the compact and rough cliff structures eroded by water that make our Gesäuse mountains a true climber’s paradise and rewarding experience.
- Pnapsitze Via Peternpfad
- 4 Gipfel Tag
Climbing the rock face high up into the mountains, walking one of the state’s many challenging via ferrata routes, ice climbing in winter, or training indoors: Salzburger Land is a true rock climber’s paradise and can hardly be matched for its variety and diversity.
- Kletterturm beim Sportzentrum Hinterglemm
- Klettern am Kitzsteinhorn
- Klettergebiet Rettenwand
- Klettergebiet Gletscherseeplatten
- Mitterhorn Loferer Steinberg
- Indoor Kletteranlage in Leogang
- Klettern in Weißbach bei Lofer
While some people like to roam the easy to demanding hiking trails through the Wipptal Mountains, others need more action and adventure—like vertical rock faces that have to be conquered in a more or less straight line. Good thing that we can recommend a few climbing gardens in Wipptal Valley where beginners and experienced climbers will all find what they are looking for.
- Klettergarten St. Magdalena
- Klettergarten Obernberg
- Klettergarten Bremer Hütte
- Kletterzentrum „Base-Camp“
- St. Jodok und Bouldern im Valsertal
When no two rock faces are the same, the greatest concentration is required, and the next grip and step must be thoroughly planned out, then you know that you’ve arrived in the climber’s paradise of Montafon. Thirteen climbing gardens and world-famous alpine climbing routes are here for the taking and made for everyone: beginners, families, and passionate cliff acrobats. Look forward to new experiences every single day of your vacation.
Welcome to Austria’s southernmost federal state! Lovely Carinthia features turquoise lakes and amazing mountain scenery along with many climbing parks and climbing gardens. Immerse yourself and enjoy.
- Klettergarten Breitwand
- Kletterwand Jungfernsprung
- Klettergarten Rothenthurn – Burgbichl
- Klettergarten Humuspfeiler
- Klettergarten Gelbes Geheimnis – Sonnendeck
- Klettergebiet Schlüsselwand
- Klettergarten Kreuzwand
- Klettergarten Kolloseum
Are you always in search of new places? Then explore the area around Jülich. You’ll certainly find what you’re looking for—and the best climbing gyms.
- CAMPUS Boulderhalle
- Tivoli Sports
An extra trip to the mountains in order to climb? That’s not necessary! There are climbing gyms and climbing routes of all levels of difficulty in Kempten. They are well worth a visit!
- DAV Kletterhalle (inkl. Bouldern)
- Kletterwand Grüntensee