We’re open for climbing and bouldering every day **
Our opening times are easy to remember: On weekdays (Mon-Fri) we’re open every day from 9 am to 11 pm; at the weekend and on public holidays from 9 am to 10 pm. The Kletterzentrum Innsbruck team looks forward to welcoming you.
*May be subject to change
**Except when major events are being held
NB: The opening times stated apply to the entire climbing centre. Our advice, therefore - last climb, last shower, last order in the bistro at least 15 minutes before we close! Thank you for your cooperation.
Need information on climbing courses?
Our team of staff is available from Monday to Friday to deal with any enquiries you may have. Please note that in the case of private courses, a climbing instructor must be appointed in good time. Send us an email and we’ll take care of your needs: kurse(at)kletterzentrrum-innsbruck(dot)at
Our climbing centre is easy to reach by car, train, bus, bike or on foot
There is a public car park (fees apply) beside the climbing centre. Don’t forget to pay and display your parking ticket. At the weekend and after 7 pm parking is free of charge - just like in the rest of the city. NB: No camping!
The climbing centre is just about a 10-minute cycle from the centre of the city and around half an hour on foot from the main railway station.
What does our climbing centre offer?
The new Kletterzentrum Innsbruck climbing centre was opened in 2017 and, with almost 6,000 m² of climbing surface, it’s one of the largest and most modern of its kind worldwide offering 3,000 m² of indoor lead climbing walls, a 1,250 m² boulder area, 1,500 m² of outdoor climbing walls, 4 speed walls and lots more besides.
The new climbing centre replaced the old, now closed ‘Kletterzentrum Tivoli’ climbing centre where Reini Scherer as managing director, organiser of the Bouldering World Cup at Innsbruck’s Marktplatz and trainer of the Austrian national team, significantly influenced the sport of climbing in Austria between 2001 and 2016.
The construction of a new climbing centre was essential, since the old climbing gym had, quite simply, become too small for a climbing city like Innsbruck and for a national team training facility. The new climbing centre, which cost 12 million euros, was financed by the City of Innsbruck, the State of Tyrol and the Federal Government and was equipped by Innsbruck’s Alpine Association. The climbing centre is also home to the National Performance Centre and, thus, is the main training site of the Austrian national team, the members of which can reserve special walls for training purposes. We kindly request that you observe and respect the restrictions in place when these areas are reserved. The climbing centre still offers more than enough wall space for you to enjoy first-class training.