Climbing Area in the Schlick 2000

Discover the mountain scenery at the Alpin Erlebnispark

With establishment of the Alpin Erlebnispark, a climbing training ground across all levels of difficulty was created in the proximity of the Kreuzjoch Summit Station. The via ferrata trails of the Alpin Erlebnispark offer suitable challenges both for beginners and trained climbers.

High difficulty level

Route length 15 m
Only when supervised and wearing suitable equipment

Protected site including overnight accommodation

Hiking on narrow ridges
Length 700 m, requires surefootedness and no fear of heights!

Route length 30 m per via ferrata
Training trail, ideal preparation for the Große Ochsenwand

up to difficulty level 7
The Arco of the Schlick - for specialists only!

25 m at the Kreuzjoch south side

40 m rope length, the highlight of the climbing park

Great via ferrata in wonderful surroundings. The Schlicker via ferrata (often called the Ochsenwand via ferrata) is certainly one of the best via ferrata routes in Tyrol.

Access to the wall: From the Kreuzjoch, from there down to the Zirmachalm and continue on the gravel path until a well-trodden path branches off to the left to the entrance.
Altitude of entry: 2000 m

Climbing on the via ferratas is only permitted for experienced climbers or under supervision!
Detailed information on the via ferrata in the Schlick 2000 can be found at

Please note:

Climbing via ferrata trails is permitted for skilled climbers and/or under supervision only!

Climbing and using via ferrata trails presupposes climbing experience and/or knowledge of climbing safety basics. In addition to that wearing appropriate safety equipment (consisting of climbing harness, climbing set, helmet etc.) is obligatory.

You will receive the equipment as well as an introduction to the basic concepts of climbing up to the specialisation in the Bergsteigerschule Sepp Rettenbacher.