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vertical Hinterstoder
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Climbing & Via Ferratas in Hinterstoder

Conquer the Hinterstoder Mountain Vertically

Are you planning rock climbing holidays or do you want to try it? Great! Hinterstoder is the perfect base to climb the surrounding mountains like Spitzmauer and Großer Priel.

Via Ferratas Starting in Hinterstoder

Awesome Views Included!

Whether beginner or expert: Hinterstoder means rock climbing! The following via ferratas vary in difficulty but all boast the same fantastic view over the surrounding mountains!

Poppenberg Via Ferrata

Ideal for Beginners

Ideal for Beginners

  • Duration: 1.5 h
  • Length: 0.3 km
  • Vertical metre: 50 m
  • Difficulty: A to C/D
  • Season: spring and autumn

Stodertaler Via Ferrata to Spitzmauer

For Experts

The tour to Stodertaler Via Ferrata starts at Prielschutzhaus parking, one kilometre from the village centre. It is a 30 minute-walk along a forest road until you reach the Prielschutzhaus via ferrata, then take trail no 201 to Klinserscharte and to the actual start through the north side at the crossing.   

And then: 200 metre up Spitzmauer! The via ferrata is secured all the way! The way down is a regular trail starting half an hour below the summit.  

  • Duration: 2.5 h
  • Length: 9.9 km
  • Vertical metre: 200 m
  • Difficulty: B
  • Season: Summer

Bert-Rinesch Via Ferrata to Große Priel

For Real Mountain Experts

Long, steep and difficult - Bert-Rinesch Via Ferrata is a challenge for every climber. One of the biggest via ferratas of the Eastern Alps starts at 604 m and ends at 2,457 m above sea level.  
Starting at Johannishof parking in Hinterstoder a trail leads to Prielschutzhaus in 21/2 hours.  The actual start of the via ferrata is another hour on a normal trail. The way back takes two hours via Westkamm, Brotfallscharte and Schneefeld.

Attention: Only for experienced and professional climbers!

  • Duration: 7.5 h
  • Length: 7.9 km
  • Vertical metre: 1,858 m
  • Difficulty: C/D
  • Season: Summer

Climb up the mountain: Look forward to great mountain adventures in the Hinterstoder in summer!