Climbing around Ladis
Routes, via ferratas in the "Quarzitwand Burg Laudegg” (quartzite wall Laudegg Castle) in Ladis
Close to the hotel, many great routes offer thrilling moments for all climbing fans. For example, they have the fine-sounding names of "Via Claudia Augusta" (blue), "Pons Laudes" (red) and "Laudegg" (black). The difficulty levels of the via ferratas range from A to D. A head for heights is a basic requirement for all three routes. If this is your first via ferrata tour, we recommend that you take part in a guided via ferrata tour.
The highlight of this via ferrata is definitely the wooden bridge, from which you have an incredible view of the Upper Inn Valley below. This via ferrata is suitable for sporty families with older children and climbing experience.
Difficulty level: A to B.
The entrance is to the left of the first route and is somewhat more difficult, as you have to muster up quite a bit of muscle power for the two steep ascents of difficulty level C. In addition, the steps are used relatively sparingly. But you are rewarded here with a breathtaking view.
Difficulty level: A to C.
The climb begins with a slight overhang, which requires a lot of strength and skill to overcome. There is another overhang shortly before the end section, where you balance on a rope bridge.
Difficulty level: C to D.
- Via ferrata “Anton Renk” – Ried/Fendels
- Via ferrata “Holderli Seppl” – Kaunertal
- Via ferrata “Galugg” – Zams
- Via ferrata in Imst
Adrenalin for the little ones too
High rope courses and action for the young-at-heart. How about a bit of fun in the airy heights :-)
At the X-Trees Waldseilpark forest rope park in Serfaus, twelve diverse ropes courses with a total length of over 900 metres is awaiting visitors. At heights of up to 14 metres, adventure-seekers experience adrenaline in the airy heights.
Hook on your carabiner, muster up some courage and scramble, climb and balance yourself over the obstacles!
Ladis is the ideal starting point for top climbing destinations. Sauerbrunn in neighbouring Prutz, for examples, offers a wide selection of climbing routes.
Close to the hamlet of St. Georgen beneath Serfaus, there is a climbing terrain with 19 different climbing routes of various levels of difficulty, ranging from II to VII.