The climbing garden Nösslach in Längenfeld offers 61 different routes in the difficulty levels 5 - 10.
The beautiful, initially inconspicuous-looking climbing garden at the foot of the mighty granite wall above Nößlach will delight every climbing heart. Above all, the good rock quality is a pleasurable climbing nothing in the way. Multi-pitch routes and tours in the cool shade of the spruce trees make the climbing garden an absolute insider tip.
RATING Number and type of routes: 61 one-lane routes (ES), 11 multi-pitch routes (MS) Approach: 10 to 25 minutes Hedging: ***** Orientation: southwest, west Family friendly: yes Rock structure / quality: gneiss mica schist + granite gneiss, wall about 32 meters high Route length: 10 -45 meters Wall slope: vertical to overhanging climbing
Best time of year
Useful advice and a few tips to make climbing easier and safer:
Partner check before every start
Full attention when backing up
Operate the backup device correctly
Hang the intermediate fences correctly
no top trophy on individual carabiners
Keep the lintel clear
Be careful when lowering and rappelling
Sagittarius head and body
Whether sport climbing or via ferrata tour, a first aid kit and a cell phone with a full battery you should always with it!
emergency call 140 - Mountain Rescue - Alpine Emergency 112 - European emergency call (works with any mobile phone & in any available network)
Ropes, express slings, helmet
Tips, hints and links
More information about climbing in the Ötztal: https://www.oetztal.com/klettern
Internet tip: The Climbers Paradise internet platform not only provides information on its website about the extensive climbing activities in Sölden and the Ötztal, but also acts as a danger alert center and devotes itself extensively to the topic of safety when climbing. Also available as an app for iPhones and Android smartphones. www.climbers-paradise.com
CLIMBING GUIDE The new climbing guide "Sport climbing - via ferrata - ice climbing - holiday regions Imst, Pitztal and Ötztal" by Günter Durner and Gerhard Gstettner contains the latest topos of the numerous climbing areas in the holiday regions Imst, Pitztal and Ötztal. In the guidebook all areas with route listing, route statistics, area description, toolbar, topo, directions sketch and area photos are described. The developers and locals each come with quotes to their favorite rock to speak. The climbing guide is available in the information office Längenfeld.
Climbing garden Nösslach - Längenfeld (1284 m)
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Climbing garden Nösslach - Längenfeld
Access: From the sewage treatment plant in Längenfeld / Au follow the forest trail out of the valley to the fork in the road. Turn right in the direction of Wiesle. Shortly thereafter, a narrow branch branches off to the right. After 10 minutes you reach the first sector "Weißer Riese" and all others except the "Sonnenblume" sector. For this one must follow the way left direction Wiesle.
Enjoy a both comfortable and relaxing train ride to the train station in Ötztal Bahnhof. You get off the train in ÖTZTAL Bahnhof where you change to a public bus or local taxi. The current bus schedule can be found at: http://fahrplan.vvt.at
Längenfeld is located in the western part of Austria in the state TYROL, in a southern side valley of the Inn valley - the ÖTZTAL. For your arrival by car, you can plan the best route from your home town with the route planner online at https://www.google.at/maps
Coming from Oetz, past two bridges between Umhausen and Längenfeld, you find the climbing garden at 500 m on the left side next to the construction area.
Before entering Längenfeld’s hamlet of Au you leave the car at the chapel on the left (where the road bends to the right).
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike
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