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Climbing equipment rental

Via ferrata equipment rental in the Allgäu

Do you like to go climbing in your free time and like to try out new via ferratas and face new challenges? But you don’t have your own equipment and you still don’t have the right material for your experience. Do not worry! We at purelements® have the right equipment for you from our equipment partner Edelrid®.
Regardless of whether you are out with your friends or with your family. We have the right via ferrata set and climbing helmet for almost every size
We regularly check and maintain the material.
And if you don’t want to be on your own – we are happy to accompany you on your adventures: canyoning, via ferrata or your skiing experience in winter.

Enjoy the wide variety of peaks in the Allgäu!

Rental locations:

  • Sonthofen purelements® base at Bahnhofsplatz 3

Requirements for the rental of via ferrata equipment:

  • Good general health

Rental period: possible from 1 day

Availability: All year round

Included:

  • Depending on the booking: helmet, climbing harness or modern via ferrata set
  • Instruction in the use of the material
  • Support from the purelements® team

Additional information about equipment rental:

  • Borrowed material must be returned cleaned.
  • We charge a flat-rate cleaning fee for heavy soiling.
  • The borrower is responsible for any damage to the material and has to pay for it.

You can find our terms of use for rental objects here

The sun is shining and is slowly climbing over the peaks in the Allgäu mountains. There is still light fog on the fields in the valley. Perfect weather for exploring the Allgäu mountains on your own on a via ferrata. To make the day perfect, all you need is via ferrata equipment. Because not everyone has their own set ready to hand.

We provide you with the right equipment from Edelrid. A comfortable helmet, a universal climbing harness and an easy-to-use via ferrata set.

A limited number of helmets and climbing harnesses are also available for children.

Recommended via ferrata routes in the Allgäu:

  • Salewa via ferrata, level B / C, classic family via ferrata of medium difficulty, for more information https://oberjoch.info/natur-erlebnisse/sommer/salewa-klettersteig
  • Ostrachtaler Klettersteig, Level B / C, magnificent view over the Ostrachtal, short and crisp, for more information https://www.badhindelang.de/urlaub-in-bad-hindelang/allgaeu-erleben/sport-freizeit/ostrachtaler-klettersteig -1141.html
  • Hindelanger via ferrata, level B / C, transport to the Nebelhor summit by cable car, For more information: https://www.via-ferrata.de/klettersteige/topo/hindelanger-klettersteig
  • Two-country via ferrata, level D, transport to the summit via Fellhorn- / Kanzelwandbahn, for more information https://www.via-ferrata.de/klettersteige/topo/zweilaender-klettersteig-kanzelwand

Prepare yourself well!

Check the weather, take enough food and drink with you and most importantly: know your limits!

Emergency numbers for Germany

Mountain rescue: 112
Police: 110

The Allgäu, more precisely the Oberallgäu with the Allgäu Alps, offers the best conditions for sporty via ferrata and scenic “iron paths”, which would be the direct translation of Via Ferrata. 150 years ago, ladders, steps and similar parts, some of which were still made of wood, were used to develop and secure paths between mountain villages and the Alps.

In South Tyrol in particular and in what is now Slovenia, every summit between the parties Austria-Hungary and Italy was fought for during the world wars. Many mountain roads were provided with iron parts, ladders and steel fuses to ensure replenishment and easier, safe access. Some of these paths have now become great sport climbing routes and keep their history as Via Ferrata.