Seetal area

For adventure, whether climbing or on the mountain lake.

Climbing

In addition to the Kälbersee and Hochjoch vie ferrate and the climbing garden at Wormser Hütte, the region also offers countless mountain peaks for you to discover. You can also experience a boulder session of a very particular kind in the tunnel that links the Seebliga area to the Seetal valley.

Learn basic via ferrata techniques at Kälbersee via Ferrata

Hochjoch via ferrata: Difficulty level: C. The route runs across mini-suspension bridges and ladders, and rest areas are also available. Once you've arrived at your destination – the summit of the Hochjoch – your efforts will be rewarded with a view across the Rätikon, Silvretta and Verwall mountain ranges.

Kälbersee via ferrata: Difficulty level: C/D. Half-way along, the route splits into two and therefore offers two variations. Visitors of a more sporty disposition can continue their ascent on the trail, which has a difficulty level of C. Branch off to the right, however, and climbers will make a steep ascent that is partly overhanging, before completing the trail. This route has a difficulty level of D.

Wormser Hütte climbing garden: 7 climbing routes with a difficulty level of 3-4.

SUP at the Seetal lakes in Silvretta Montafon

Watersports

Where else would you find something like this? Stand-up paddling and raft-building over 2000 meters above sea level? At the Kälbersee and Schwarzsee lakes of course!

 

Barbecuing

When the weather is fine, a barbecue area along with a small range of meal options await you at Seetalhüsli. To be perfectly equipped, a lunch box containing all the ingredients you need for your barbecue is available from the Kapellrestaurant.