Climbing and mountaineering

Mountaineering, climbing. The steep rock and the indescribable summit experience attract not only advanced and professional climbers, but also children and beginners who want to learn this wonderful sport in our climbing gardens under the guidance of experienced people from mountain rescue and mountain schools. There are also guided tours and canyoning opportunities in the surrounding area.

Via ferrata at the Fallbach - difficulty level C/D

The Fallbachwand with the waterfall of the same name is especially known among ice climbers. There is also a via ferrata there, which is open in summer. This long, moderately difficult via ferrata, which always leads along the right side of the Fallbach, offers great views and a sensational via ferrata experience in the Klostertal.

The via ferrata has no technical maximum difficulties, but the sum of the many C/D and C passages and especially the length make this via ferrata a challenge even for experienced climbers.

Here you will find an overview.

Sport climbing

  • Climbing Wall Red Wall | Grade IV-VIII+
    The climbing wall is located directly at the Rote Wand in the Lechquellengebirge, access with hiking bus Formarinsee
  • Family Climbing Garden Marmotta Wall | Grade II-IV+
    Climbing possibility in the immediate vicinity of the Freiburger Hütte in the Lechquellengebirge, access possible with hiking bus Formarinsee
  • Climbing wall Schröfle | Grade II – VI+
    Behind the sports field and swimming pool Dalaas in Klostertal.
  • Climbing wall Spullerplatten – Grade III – VIII
    directly above Spullersee, direction Ravensburger Hütte
    Access with the hiking bus Lech-Spullersee
  • Climbing Garden Bellavista – Grade III – VII
    approx. 150 Hm above the Ravensburger Hütte (fantastic view)
    especially for family groups, 4 routes for children
    Access with the hiking bus Lech-Spullersee

Indoor climbing:

K1 climbing gym Dornbirn

Climbing tip: Spuller plates

Slabs eroded by water on the south side of the Spuller-Schafberg form a natural climbing garden for sport climbers that leaves nothing to be desired. Up to 20 different routes in grades III-VIII lead up the approximately 200 m high walls. Beautiful view of the Spullersee.

Refreshment stop: Ravensburger Hütte


  • Ascent: Spullersee (access via toll road ,before 8 am and after 4.30 pm) Walking time: 0,75 hours
  • Ascent: Klösterle/Wald am Arlberg via Spullersee Walking time: 2.5 hours
  • Ascent: Zug (1511 m) via Stierlochjoch Walking time: 1.75 hours

Taster climbing for guests
at the climbing wall „Schröfle“ in Dalaas. Current dates – often also weather-dependent – can be requested from Klostertal-Tourismus. T.: +43 / (0)5585 – 7244 or by e-mail at