Wilder Kaiser

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Crags at the Wilder Kaiser

A challenge for every sport climber

The rocks at the Wilder Kaiser offer everything a climber's heart may desire: From the exercise rocks in the Kaiser crags where beginners and children can make their first attempts at the rock and practice securing techniques, to the Multerkarwand crag or Wilderer Kanzel crag with tours at average difficulty. The Achleiten crag and Schleier Waterfall crag are particularly known for their routes in the upper difficulties. In these two climbing areas famous names such as Alexander Huber, Markus Bendler, Adam Ondra or Roland Hemetzberger have left their marks with tours at the 11th degree.

Crags in the Wilder Kaiser region

Kaiser crag

Kaiser crag
Kaiser crag

With the Murmeltier- and Gamsfelsen, the Kaiser crag in Ellmau, near the Gaudeamushütte, is an ideal place for beginners, children and teens to develop the right feel for the rock.

Multerkarwand crag

Multerkarwand crag
Multerkarwand crag

The Multerkarwand crag is located at the foot of the Treffauer wall has beautiful water grooves and plate routes. Beginners will find perfect conditions in the left part.

Wilderer Kanzel crag

Wilderer Kanzel crag
Wilderer Kanzel crag

The Wilderer Kanzel crag is characterised by its unique location and diverse tours at all difficulties.

Achleiten crag

Achleiten crag
Achleiten crag

The Achleiten crag offers more than 140 sport climbing routes, usually starting at difficulty 6+. The crag is one of the top addresses both on sunny winter days and during all other seasons.

Schleier Waterfall crag

Schleier Waterfall crag
Schleier Waterfall crag

At the foot of the Maukspitze in the Wilder Kaiser, a jaunty mountain brook falls into the depths as a veil – the rock dome with a height of roughly 60 metres is a Mecca for extreme climbers.

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