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Rock climbing at Klettergarten Goldbichl
13 “top rope” routes
The outdoor rock climbing walls at Klettergarten Goldbichl offer a wonderful combination of sporting challenge, fun and nature. The 13 routes range from difficulty levels III to VIII, making it an exciting location for beginners and more advanced climbers alike. One special feature of this area is that all 13 routes can be climbed on “top rope”. The top rope belaying technique is easy to learn and the safest form of rock climbing. In addition to the 13 great routes, there is also a bouldering area at the foot of the Olympic mountain Patscherkofel to awaken your sporting ambitions.
The Goldbichl is a 1,063-metre-high hill with up to 15-metre rock faces on the south-east side that are used for rock climbing.
Detailed description of Klettergarten Goldbichl
Klettergarten Goldbichl is divided into two sections:
The east section, which is nearer to the road, offers challenging routes ranging from level VI to level VIII. The exception is the “Pumuckl” route that has a difficultly level of IV and a route length that is also more suitable for beginners.
The upper section of the Goldbichl offers routes ranging from difficulty levels III to VI. The distance between bolts is less than two metres on all of the routes, meaning climbers are well-secured.
- Number of routes: 13
- Difficulty levels: III – VIII
- Route length: 10 – 18 metres
- Equipment: 12 ropes
- Child friendly: Yes
- Exposure: South
- Height: 1,020 metres
- Best season: April to October
Directions to Klettergarten Goldbichl:
A12 Inn Valley motorway to the Innsbruck-Mitte exit. Take the road towards Igls and Patsch. At the turn-off for Patsch, turn left. There are parking spaces on the right-hand side of the road after 100 metres.