Fixed rope route week in the Lienzer Dolomites
Adventures on the rocks – climbing in East Tyrol
The shining blue sky above, the warm rocks of the Dolomites under your feet and views ranging as far as the Hohe Tauern mountain range: after some hundred metres of ascent on the fixed rope route you can enjoy a well deserved rest in this setting on one of the summits of the Lienzer Dolomites. The fixed rope routes in East Tyrol have been enjoying a Renaissance for years – not without good reason. As well as the longest fixed rope route in the Alps – the panorama fixed rope route along the jagged peaks of the Dolomites including a Tibetan bridge, also some legendary and renovated as well as new fixed rope routes and plaisir routes can be found here. A special highlight for adrenalin junkies and mountain enthusiasts is the fixed rope route in the Galitzenklamm gorge directly next to the cycle path along the river Drau. Roaring water, glistening drops, rope bridges and the admiring looks of the spectators along the footpath in the gorge make this route a very special experience that you will not forget so soon. Climbing beginners can have their first tries with expert instruction at the ‘tree park’ at the crystal clear lake Tristacher See. The highlight of this high rope park featuring many bridges, footbridges and ropes between fragrant spruce trees is the “human catapult”: climbers can fly several metres through the air (perfectly secured, of course) with it and then swing down towards the valley around Lienz. The fresh water of lake Tristacher See will cool you down afterwards! Perfectly trained mountain guides accompany climbers safely to the summits – definitely a special experience.
Price per person from 246 €
Duration: 3 Days
Valid from 01. Juni 2013
bis 21.September 2013