Wilder Kaiser

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Alpine sport climbing routes at the Wilder Kaiser

Alpine rock experience for everyone

The Wilder Kaiser is one of the most traditional climbing areas in the Northern Limestone Alps. For more than 100 years, routes at all difficulties have been opened in the Kaiser. From easy ridges to enjoyable pleasure routes to the most difficult trade route, everyone will find something to their taste. Cracks, plates, overhangs, intersections, etc., South- or North-side, will challenge beginners at the Wilder Kaiser as well as passionate leisure or professional climbers.

Examples and route suggestions

Kopftörlgrat

Kopftörlgrat
Kopftörlgrat

The Kopftörlgrat is a wonderful ridge climb with a great view in the 3rd degree of difficulty, across the six-turreted eastern ridge and to the Ellmauer Halt, the highest summit in the Kaiser mountains at 2,344 m.

Fleischbank "Via Classica"

Fleischbank "Via Classica"
Fleischbank "Via Classica"

The "Via Classica" at the Fleischbank-Nordgratabbruch demands that climbers give everything. Very good technique and stamina are basic prerequisites.

Kopfkraxen south wall "Blue Moon"

Kopfkraxen south wall "Blue Moon"
Kopfkraxen south wall "Blue Moon"

The compact rock quality, shot through with bands and troughs, as well as the easy climb down across the Wiesberg have turned the Kopfkraxen south wall into one of the most popular pleasure climbing destinations at the Wilder Kaiser.

These are only examples of one Alpine classic and two modern pleasure routes.Apart from the modern tours secured with drilled hooks, the Wilder Kaiser also has classics to be secured by the climber and partially restored routes (standing points only). Further routes, detail information and 36 topographical maps can be found in the climbing guide Alpin Wilder Kaiser by Markus Stadler (Panico-Alpinverlag 2012).
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