Beautiful scenery and a challenging route in the Osterhorn mountains
The Postalm via ferrata in the Abtenau holiday region is varied, incredibly beautiful and a real gem for experienced climbers. The easiest part of this route in the Tennen Mountains is the arrival: take the Postalm scenic road (toll road) and leave your car at the via ferrata car park. From here you can reach the start of the Postalm via ferrata at an altitude of 800m in just a few minutes. Now, all you have to do is be prepared for some fun on one of Salzburg’s most beautiful via ferratas!
The Postalm via ferrata: lots of action with rope bridges, iron rungs and overhangs
Go from pure adrenaline to enjoyable relief while you master the Postalm via ferrata. Take a leisurely walk through meadows and forests and then gather your courage to take on five rope bridges! You’ll have to cross the churning, bubbling Russbach river numerous times before you head up the steep Gamsleckenwand wall at the edge of a waterfall. Here, the best is saved for last: a wall with a slight overhang awaits you before the end of the Postalm via ferrata. Head down a hiking trail at the end of this one-of-a-kind climbing route in the Postalm region.
In conclusion: one of the most spectacular climbing routes at the Postalm
The difficult Postalm via ferrata is for well-trained, experienced climbers who want to take on a very special climbing route in the Alps. Most of the via ferrata has a C level of difficulty, some parts are in category D. There is a short F trail for experienced climbers at the Gamsleckenwand. The Postalm via ferrata is open from May until October.
Beginners and less experienced climbers will find numerous opportunities for climbing in the province of Salzburg.