Outdoor adventures in the Tyrolean Oberland

Holiday enjoyment with an adrenaline rush!

Pure action - discover a different side to the Tyrolean Oberland.

Looking for an adrenaline rush? Then you’ve come to the right place. Whether rafting, canyoning, doing an obstacle course, paragliding or climbing. 

We offer tours for beginners, families and extreme athletes.

Rafting & Canyoning in Tyrol

Discover Tyrol’s rivers rafting

Tyrol’s wild streams and rivers – especially the River Inn – have a magic pull over daring water lovers in colourful dinghies and neoprene wetsuits.

A short introduction is needed, special conditions are not necessary. Aside from, perhaps, a certain level of resistance to water and a taste for adventure! High speed awaits on a rafting tour on the River Inn; the “wild” section between Pfunds and Prutz is not for nothing one of the most popular rafting areas in Europe, and the site of many professional providers.

You can either avoid or tackle gorges head on. The latter is called canyoning, and will give you a new view of the elements.

Abseiling, jumping, climbing, sliding, swimming, diving – you need to have a certain degree of flexibility and fitness to be able to follow the water flow through the simply wonderful gorges. Your neoprene wetsuit will keep you warm and protect you from the rough rocky walls; a helmet and harness are mandatory, as is expert guidance from trained guides.

Obstacle course

from the tree top rope course to the adventure park

Fun, adventures and thrills are guaranteed in the tours through the different obstacle courses of the region. Get your heart pumping with the various tree top rope and obstacle courses which run across the forest and over rivers.

Panoramic flights 

Discover your holiday region from a bird’s eye view 

Discover the Tyrolean mountains from a somewhat different perspective with a paragliding and tandem flight. Enjoy unique views which you’ll remember for a long time.

Panoramic flights Tyrol

Climbing in the Tyrolean Oberland

Anton Renk via ferrata

Climb up to the Fallende Bach waterfall - The Anton Renk via ferrata above Fendels is one of the most spectacular in Tyrol, but also one of the most difficult.

Due to its permanent difficulty and overhanging passages, it is only suitable for very experienced climbers. The stunning route stands proudly beside the Fallende Bach waterfall, mostly in a very exposed location and with two overhangs to be climbed over. In between, you can recharge your batteries with small calmer sections. Warning: no emergency exit. From Fendels, the best idea is to take the lift up to the Sattelklause mountain station, before an approx. 2-hour climb at 2,000 metres.

  • Entry height: 2,000 m
  • Exit height: 2,261 m
  • Length: 200
  • Level of difficulty: D/E

Sauerbrunn climbing garden

The practice climbing garden beside the Sauerbrunn stream in Prutz.

6 of the 7 routes in the Sauerbrunn practice climbing garden are suitable for beginners and families. The “Turafurzer” route in the upper 8th level is, however, more challenging.

Climbing on the rock

Climbers Paradise

www.climbers-paradise.com is the virtual platform for the climbing scene, and is also a successful project that is entirely dedicated to improving and expanding the climbing facilities that Tyrol has to offer. Today, Climbers Paradise covers 16 member regions all over the country, including Nauders, the Tyrolean Oberland and Kaunertal. Fans of climbing and mountaineering that come here can look forward to small but perfectly formed granite climbing gardens and via ferratas, as well as corresponding state-of-the-art infrastructure.

Climbers Paradise