Climbing in the Surroundings
Rock quality in the area around the Dresdner Hütte is excellent and offers perfect conditions for relaxing climbing days. Thanks to the altitude, it is never too hot, despite the rocks location in the sun. In good weather, climbing is possible from May until late autumn. Routes are relatively steep and in alpine terrain, but close to the Dresdner Hütte. While climbing one enjoys a view of the hut’s terrace and can smell the scents of freshly baked apple strudel.
The brief exercise via ferrata (difficulty A+) directly at the hut is perfect for beginners and children. At the access points at the Fernaufelsen are more exercise sections at difficulties A-D.
Difficulty: A - D
This via ferrata is at the eastern pillar of Egesen summit and was built in 1999. This steep and exposed via ferrata captivates with especially nice resting spots and ranks amongst the most beautiful via ferratas of the Tyrol. It covers 200m of altitude gain. A further 100m of altitude gain leads to Egesen summit.
Climbing time: 1.5 – 2 hours
Difficulty: B and C, 2 sections D
The Express ranks amongst the most difficult via ferratas of Austria! Besides of standard via ferrata equipment we recommend wearing climbing shoes.
Climbing time: 1 – 1.5 hours
Difficulty: D + E
Download Topo of the Climbing Park (3.0 MB) - topo of the fia ferratas and the climbing routes near the Dresdner Hütte
Nice, moderately steep routes in rock with a good grip at a length of one to two pitches. Secured by bolts. Abseiling down the routes possible. Also suitable for beginners to multi-pitch climbing. Sloping at the access area, thus not suitable for families.
Information: Kletterpark Fernau Topo
This south-facing crag a mere three-minute walk from the hut features 13 short, but interesting routes at a difficulty of IV to VII.
Information Zollhütte Topo