Via ferrata Leite in Nassereith (C/D) Austria

Leite is an appealing via ferrata in Nassereith, close to Fern Pass and easily reachable from Innsbruck. Due to its short approach and convenient location, it attracts many climbers looking for a sporty route.


Grade: C/Dview topo
Vertical: 200m ferrata, 260m total
Time: 15min approach, 2h ferrata, 45min descent, 3h total
Access / Parking: 47.3155,10.8434Google Maps or any Android maps app
Start via ferrata: 47.3158, or any Android maps app
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Once we arrive in Nassereith, we drive to the climbing crag paid parking lot.

Approach to start

From the parking lot, follow the clear signs to the start of the via ferrata, located to the right of the climbing crag. Before reaching the rock wall, put on your helmet because there are chamois above the route that can dislodge stones unexpectedly.

The route

The route traverses some smooth slabs, a wire bridge, and ultimately crosses the wall to the right, leading to the exit. Arm strength is required to ascend in certain spots. Metal steps are very few and you will rely on friction climbing on the slabs.


From the exit, descend the scree slope via the zigzag path and keep your helmet on until you rejoin the approach trail at the bottom. Follow this trail back to the parking lot.

Good to know

  • Sport climbing routes are available as well in this crag near Nassereith.
  • Paid parking.

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