The vie ferrate around St. Anton am Arlberg are internationally renowned.
Nerves of steel, like the cable you hang on, plus courage, stamina, strength and skill, these are all needed by the climbing enthusiasts on the vie ferrate around St. Anton am Arlberg. The region is surrounded by pastures and lush meadows, but also nestles in a rugged mountain world, attracting climbers from throughout the world every year between June and October who look for and find challenges here.
Schnanner Klamm and Climbing Practice Course
The wild and romantic Gorge 'Schnanner Klamm' looms above Schnann to the north - a natural landmark which, with much love and dedication, has been made accessible again to hikers in recent years.
Over the striking rock faces, along the noisy wild mountain torrent, past waterfalls, you have the feeling that the powerful force of nature can also be passed on to you. Roaring, rushing water. A natural wonder which should be experienced. If it is new to you, it is worthwhile hiking through the narrow gorge, with the constant presence of water and changing lighting conditions.
The 'Schnanner Klamm' is recommended not only for hiking – it is also worth a climbing trip. You can climb in the climbing practice course at the Schnann Gorge. Personal safety equipment is not required as full safety equipment is provided on all routes. Learn more: climbers-paradise.com .
Number of routes: 36
Route lengths: 5 to 8 metres
Degree of difficulty: 4 - 9