Climbing in Altenmarkt Zauchensee


Whether forest high ropes park, via ferrata or guided climbing tour: Altenmarkt-Zauchensee offers climbing fun for all demands. Experience the impressive nature of the SalzburgerLand and face the challenges in the high ropes park in Altenmarkt, in the sporty climbing center "Seewand" or on the exciting climbing routes in the surrounding area.

Adventure forest in Altenmarkt

Unforgettable moments are experienced by families, teenagers and children (from four years) in the Erlebniswald Altenmarkt with its three attractions: climbing, balancing and overcoming artificial obstacles in the newly built ropes course, on the Secret Santa trail and tree paths, and on the rope slides. The staged nature experiences lead along the wild and romantic Zauchbach stream. Sufficient parking spaces are available at the Hochbifang valley station.

Climbing center "Seewand" in Zauchensee

The relatively easy, scenic and not too long via ferrata (altitude difference 90 m) leads climbing fans into the fascinating world of rocks and opens up beautiful views of Zauchensee. The via ferrata has a difficulty level of A-B/C and is also well suited for children over 10 years accompanied by an adult or mountain guide.
Guided via ferrata tours can be arranged by phone (+43 664/145 36 02, Gerd Balla): Minimum number of participants 5 persons, minimum age 10 years. Prices depend on the size of the group. Climbing helmet, climbing harness and via ferrata set are provided. Please bring your own sturdy shoes. Those who want to climb the via ferrata individually and on their own responsibility must have proper via ferrata equipment, know how to use it and be familiar with the alpine dangers.
Sufficient parking spaces are available at the entrance to the climbing center.

Guided via ferrata tours in the surroundings

You can also book a guided via ferrata tour to Ramsau am Dachstein or to Gosau/Salzkammergut. The Gosausee via ferrata runs directly above the Gosausee lake and grants an impressive view of its majesty, the Dachstein, during the entire climbing tour.