Klettern am Lünersee im Brandnertal | © Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Alex Kaiser


Climbing tours around the Lünersee

Climbing beginners and ambitious Alpine climbers can enjoy unique climbing tours around the Lünersee in the best limestone of the Rätikon.

Brand climbing garden

Lünersee valley station

At the valley station of the Lünerseebahn, you can find a small, but excellent climbing garden with around 20 routes in the difficulty category of medium, as well as a short, but challenging practice via ferrata!

From the Lünerseebahn valley station you simply need to follow the clearly visible path to the wall – approx. 5 minutes of walking time.


Here you can find the Topo (route overview) of the Brand climbing garden.

Climbing on the north wall of the Kirchlispitzen

The climbing pearls in the Rätikon

Probably the most well-known route is the “Silbergeier”, a route opened by Beat Kammerlander in 1993 which is still one of the most challenging Alpine routes in the world with a climbing distance of 200 m and a degree of difficulty of 10+.

The striking north intersection at the third Kirchlispitze is a compulsory exercise for keen climbers. The approach from the Lünerseebahn summit station around the Lünersee towards Verajoch lasts around one hour. The climbing distance is approx. 270 m, the most difficult point is set at 4+, however, most points have a degree of difficulty of 2 or 3.


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Saulakopf via ferrata

The Saulakopf is mostly in the shadows of the elegant Zimba, however, it has far more to offer to climbers. An exciting via ferrata has led the way to the summit of the 2,516-metre-high Saulakopf since 2007. The wall height is approx. 400 m and the degree of difficulty is C/D and, in some locations, D+. (Difficult to very difficult)

Climb to the Saulakopf via ferrata: the ascent is at approx. 1,990 m above sea level. Ascent with the Lünerseebahn to the Lünersee and from there you reach the ascent via the Saulakopf. Descent of the Saulakopf to the Saulakopf climb and back to the Lünerseebahn.

Video of the Saulakopf via ferrata

Wandern am Lünersee im Brandnertal | © Golm Silvretta Lünersee Tourismus GmbH Bregenz, Stefan Kothner

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You can reach us via telephone or Email from:

Monday to Friday 08:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.


Opening times Lünerseebahn

18 May – 15 September 2019

Ascent: Every half hour from 8.00 a.m. to 12.20 p.m. and from 1.10 p.m. to 4.55 p.m. (last ascent). 

Descent: Every half hour from 8.10 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. and from 1.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. (last descent). 

Lunch break: From 12.20 p.m. to 1.10 p.m. (continuous operation if required).

T. +43 5556 701 83167
E-Mail info@gsl-tourismus.at