Erlebnis Stein

Erlebnisklettern

Ein anregender und entspannter Tag am Felsen ist für Anfänger und diejenigen gedacht, die noch nie zuvor geklettert sind. In unserem Elebnisklettern für Anfänger lernen Sie die Basics in Sicherheits- und Seiltechniken fürs Klettern im Freien und werden in grundlegenden Kletterbewegungsfähigkeiten geschult. Das Erlebnisklettern ist für Anfänger, Einheimische, Familien, Einzelpersonen und Gruppen geeignet.

 

Osttirol und die Klettergärten rund um Lienz und den den Seitentälern der Hohen Tauern sind ein Paradies für Kletterer. Klettern im Freien ist eine unglaublich aufregende Sportart und wir laden Sie ein, die Grundlagen des Kletterns für Anfänger mit den Rockguides zu lernen.

Facts

Relation

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Difficulty

Minimum Price

50,00 €

Dates

Price

im Preis inkludiert: staatlich geprüfter Bergführer und Unterricht, Gruppen - Kletterausrüstung (Seile, Helme, Gurte, Sicherungsgeräte)

im Preis nicht inkludiert: Anreise, Aufenthaltskosten, Reiseversicherung, Gewand, Kletterschuhe

Dates

Ganztags-, und Halbtags - Erlebnisklettern, jeden Tag von April - November

location / meeting point / how to get there


The Level 1 - Climbing Course takes place in the Ice Park East Tyrol (if otherwise it will be announced at registration). Meeting point is the Matrei Tauernhaus.

In order to keep the prices manageable, the individual course participants are responsible for the journey to the destination and necessary drives during the course. On top of that, it allows you to be flexible and to undertake further activities, such as ski tours in East Tyrol.

    sleeping / food

    Accommodation and food are not included in the price. However, in addition to the ideal base for the East Tyrolean Ice Park, the Matrei Tauernhaus, there are plenty of accommodation options in Matrei or other places in East Tyrol. We recommend you book the accommodation early enough, as especially in the high season (Christmas, February - March), places are often fully booked.

     

    The tourist information office Matrei in East Tyrol is at your disposal for further information.

    www.matreiosttirol.com/service/oeffnungszeiten/

    Lastly, do not forget a snack (e.g. sweets, power bars, etc.) and liquid for the day. We recommend to bring warm drinks in a thermos.

     

    You can reach the The Ice Park East Tyrol and the Matrei Tauernhaus in:

    • 30 min. from Lienz (35 km)
    • 50 min. from Kitzbühel (55 km)
    • 50 min. from Zell am See (50 km)
    • 1.5 h from Spittal an der Drau (110 km)
    • 2 h from Salzburg (150 km)
    • 2 h from Innsbruck (145 km)
    • 2.5 h from Munich / Germany (180 km)
    • 3.5 h from Graz (320 km)
    • 4 h from Nuremberg / Germany (450 km)
    • 4.5 h from Vienna (445 km)

    Basecamp

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    apparel and equipment list

    Technical material is included in the price.

    Since we do not climb constantly, there can be "standing times" in cold temperatures, so make sure to bring along enough warm clothes - one cools down quite quickly!

    We recommend you bring light clothing of varying thickness to achieve an "onion system" for greater comfort. Cotton is not suitable as it quickly becomes cold upon getting wet. Skiing apparel, however, works well. Our recommendation: warm merino underwear and a fast warming down jacket.

    We recommend:

    • long underwear (bottom and top), synthetic, merino or wool
    • warm pants (lined or fleece)
    • warm fleece or long sleeve shirt (not cotton)
    • lined jacket or vest, preferably down jacket
    • waterproof jacket with hood (Gore-Tex or nylon)
    • waterproof pants (Gore-Tex or nylon)
    • socks (merino or ski socks)
    • woolen cap or lined cap that protects your ears and fits under a helmet
    • waterproof climbing gloves (2 pairs)
    • solid mountain boots (in exceptional cases ski boots are also possible)
    • gaiters if necessary
    • Buff (neck protection)
    • a minimum 25 litre backpack (space for clothing, snacks, drinks, climbing equipment)
    • sun protection (glasses and cream)
    • thermos or water bottle (already full!!!!)
    • camera
    • personal medicine

    If you want to take your own technical material with you: (otherwise rental equipment included in the price)

    • crampons: must fit the shoes and be easily adjustable, with vertical front teeth
    • climbing harness: always with adjustable leg loops
    • climbing helmet
    • ice axe: steep ice axe
    • screw carabines
    • backup device: reverso, ATC or similar
    have a look at our iceguides course in winter