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Felsenfest climbing hall

Imagine a place where you can test your limits, improve your skills and have fun at the same time. This place is the Felsenfest climbing hall in Saalfelden. With an impressive total climbing area of 1,700 m², it is a paradise for all vertical acrobats.

The hall offers over 250 lead climbing routes and more than 150 bouldering routes, providing a challenge for both beginners and experienced climbers. The routes are designed to require a variety of skills and techniques, meaning there is always a new challenge to overcome.
The Felsenfest climbing hall is centrally located at one of the Pinzgau's main transport hubs, which makes it easily accessible. Not only is it a great place for climbing, but it is also a perfect complement to other public infrastructure offerings in the region. The Felsenfest climbing hall is more than just a climbing hall. It is a place where community and passion come together. Here you can make new friends, improve your skills and experience the feeling of satisfaction that only achieving a difficult goal can provide.

Numerous courses and training courses are also offered, which round off the offering perfectly. Whether you are an experienced climber looking for a new challenge or a beginner looking to try climbing, the Felsenfest climbing hall in Saalfelden is the perfect place for you.

Opening hours 2024:

10:00 am - 10:00 pm

Prices 2024:

Adults: €15,00
Youth 12–17 years, schoolchildren, students up to 26 years: € 11,00
Children up to 5 years: FREE
Children from 5 to 11 years:  € 9,00


Kletterhalle Saalfelden Betriebs GmbH & Co KG
Leoganger Straße 30a
5760 Saalfelden am Steinernen Meer

T 0664 123 89 85
E office@felsenfest.cc
W www.felsenfest.cc


From Viehhofen you drive on the Glemmtaler Landesstraße (L111) towards Maishofen. In Maishofen turn right onto the B311 towards Saalfelden. In Saalfelden follow the main road and take the 3rd exit at the 3rd roundabout.

From Viehhofen you take the cycle path towards Maishofen. In Maishofen you follow the Tauern cycle path to Saalfelden.

Take bus number 680 towards Zell am See. Get off at the “Abzw” stop. Glemmtal” to take line 260 towards Saalfelden. In Saalfelden, get off at the “Saalfelden Postplatz” stop and walk through the underpass across the parking lot along the street.

  With the Viehhofen Sommercard you can use public transport throughout Pinzgau for free. This makes traveling to the Felsenfest climbing hall even easier and more convenient.


The Ritzen Castle Museum in Saalfelden is a true gem for culture and history lovers. The museum offers an impressive collection on an exhibition area of 1200 m² and spread over four floors. Here you will find a mineral show, early historical finds, details about geology, archaeology, hunting and religious folk art, the largest nativity scene collection in Austria as well as interesting information about rural living, traditional costumes, handicrafts, agriculture and customs.

For those seeking adventure, the summer toboggan run on Biberg in Saalfelden offers an unforgettable experience. The 1.6 km long toboggan run winds through the picturesque landscape with 61 curves and three jumps. Whether you're a fast-paced valley racer or a leisurely tobogganer - you can easily set your own pace using the gear lever.

Whether you're a culture vulture or an adrenaline junkie, these two attractions near Felsenfest climbing gym offer something for everyone. Discover the rich cultural heritage in the Schloss Ritzen Museum and experience the thrill of the Saalfelden summer toboggan run.