Climbing hall in Obertraun

Challangeing whatever the weather

Climbing in the Salzkammergut is becoming increasingly popular. Numerous climbing routes invite you to unforgettable climbing tours of all difficulty levels. But what do the climbing fans do on rainy days or in winter? The perfect weather-independent solution can be found in Obertraun: The Austrian Sports Resort offers all indoor climbers a perfectly equipped climbing hall for "all weather" and demands. The areas are divided into indoor and outdoor areas and have rope climbing walls, top rope areas as well as boulder areas of the difficulty levels 3 to 10. The climbing height is about 14 meters.

The climbing hall in Obertraun on Lake Hallstatt offers you interesting routes, which are not only perfect for beginners and school groups, but also professionals will get their money’s worth. Climbing enjoyment at the highest level is guaranteed.

Cliff Challenge

The fascinating mountain environment of the UNESCO World Heritage Region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut fulfills the alpine dreams of any mountain enthusiast. All around Lake Hallstatt, tricky rock faces with varying degrees of difficulty provide adventure for both advanced and novice climbers. Whoever thinks that fixed-rope routes are only for ‘wannabe’ climbers are deluding themselves. Throughout the Hallstatt and Gosau region, there are plenty of routes that will cause even the most experienced climber to break a sweat. The regional fixed-rope routes include the legendary ‘Seewandkletterstieg’ (Lake Wall Route) between Hallstatt and Obertraun - one of the most difficult courses in Austria. You can find a listing of this and other routes in our extensive online portal for climbing.

Information at a glance

  • Details of the climbing hall in Obertraun
    Boulder area 110m²
    Lead climbing area 450m²
    Top-Rope stations
    2 Self-safety devices
    2 natural bouldering rocks
  • Open: Mon to Fri from 9:00 to 22:00 hrs.
  • Prices
    Adults from 18 years: 8,50 Euro
    Children from 11 to 17 years: 6,50 Euro
    Children from 1 to 7 years: 4.- Euro