Kampler Staumauer (concrete dam)
One of these facilities is the concrete dam in Kampl, which is made by natural stone.
The routes on the front of the concrete dam have been renovated by the members of the mountain rescue service Neustift in autumn 2010. Existing routes have been partly corrected along the curve and new bolts have been constructed. New routes have been constructed and at the end of the year 2010 the total number comes up to 13 routes. The lengths are between 8 metres and 12 metres.
All routes are marked with red color and they are well signposted at the entry. Most of the names are old field names, which are located in the area of the „Höhlebach“ and „Kesselspitze“.
The lower-offs exist of steel tracks with steel karabiner. A warning sign in the orographically left flow-water arch advises of the individual responsibility of the user.
It is taken for granted to keep clean the facilities of the recreation area „Höhlebach“, wastes have to be cleaned up by yourself.
Danger: At thunderstorms it is forbidden to stay in the concrete dam due to danger of avalanches!!
Resume: a small, well-equipped climbing garden, suitable for beginners and advanced. Due to its site and surrounding also ideal for families with children.
Fantastic climbing on sharp-edged handles, also suitable for boulder training.
Equipment: basic equipment
Number of routes: 13
Route length: 12 m
Height: 1.000 m
Best season: April – October
Arrival: From Innsbruck over Brenner motorway A13 (toll) or on the federal road towards Stubaital, forward to Kampl, at the village entry directly after the bridge turn left and go ahead the Höhlebachweg until its end. Parking available, 2 minutes walking time to the dam.
Left part of the dam:
1. Griff-Fladerer V-
2. Betretungsverbot IV
3. Sperrgebiet IV+
4. Kapuziner V-
5. Runder Turm V
Right part of the dam:
6. Kamplhöhle VI
7. Gamsspanga VI
8. Gei'r-Klamma V-
9. Wirfische Tal V
10. Ochsenhog V
11. Schwarzgloat V
12. Nedrige Grübl V
13. Ausschalta V-