During a winter- and snowshoe hike in East Tyrol you dive into an enchanted, almost magical world. Silence, deep snow-covered forests and untouched terrain in an atmosphere of silence and seclusion await you. A National Park ranger will guide you through a lonely snow-covered winter landscape, which is beautifully reflected in the sunlight. Besides the crunching underneath your snowshoes, there is a lot of peace and calmness. This experience becomes even more intense during the full moon tours, where you stomp through the highest national park in Central Europe on a starlit night. You can end your hike with a cosy rest in one of the many rustic mountain huts. Words can not really describe how all this feels in reality. Come and see for yourself the "enchanted winter landscape" of East Tyrol.
Whether on your own, on well-signposted trails or in a guided group with trained national park rangers - snowshoe hiking is an experience in itself. Nevertheless, there are a few planning basics before the tour, which you should definitely observe. Avalanche situation report, weather forecast and planning with sufficient room for manoeuvre should be taken into account in any case. If you need help with planning before the tour, the local tourist offices and the National Park Rangers will be happy to help you. You can rent the equipment in the numerous sports shops.
This hike is just a dream. On sunny winter days, a unique blend of panoramic views of the Hohe Tauern, the Lienz Dolomites and the Carnic Alps, a cozy retreat in the Conny-Alm as well as wide and easy-to-walk trails along the entire route are waiting for you. In addition, thanks to the cable car, whose base station is located in Obertilliach, you can walk constantly at an altitude of over 2000m.Note: The time calculation of this tour is based on the time of a normal hike. With snowshoes, the walking time is about three hours.
The Staller Sattel is a mountain pass in the Eastern Alps and connects the Defereggental in East Tyrol with the Antholz Valley in South Tyrol. While in the summer the scent of blooming alpine roses lures, a snowshoe hike in winter is an unforgettable experience. Over a meter-high snow blanket, you and a ranger march through the oldest national park in Austria. In addition to interesting information on the flora and fauna, you will also learn exciting information about the surrounding mountains, which is full of celebrity names: Bramer Spitze, Defereggen Pfannhorn and Rote Wand. On this approximately four-hour tour you catch a glimpse of all.The time on the left is based on a hike without snow. You can plan for the trail with snowshoes in about two hours.
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This tour takes you on a journey through one of the most scenic and remote regions of Tyrol. The Kamelisenalm is waiting for you, which is a collection of eight alpine huts, north of the village of Innervillgraten. The further you move up, the more the motto "open your eyes" applies. This is because there is an all-round view of the surrounding mountains, which is the culmination of this hike.Note: The time calculation of this tour is based on the time of a normal hike. With snowshoes, the walking time is about two hours.
Starting point of this short but beautiful tour is the parking lot Bichl above Prägarten. Continue on the snowy forest road towards Stabanthütte. In the midst of an already enchanting landscape, this truly rustic mountain jewel awaits you. The hut at 1.777m is also affectionately called "Das Schlössl in the heart of Prägraten am Großvenediger". You will not forget it!Small note: Since the tour is best done with snowshoes, you should expect a walking time of about two hours.
From St. Oswald, you hike for about two and a half hours over the Hubertusalm to the local mountain of the Kartitscher: the Dorfberg. After the start, which mostly runs on the cross-country ski trail to the east, you will soon reach the Ochsenwiese. From there, the climb gets a bit crunchier and you also get a glimpse of the summit of your destination for the first time. The village mountain itself gives you a fantastic all-round view and often also serves to plan further tours, which you can see very well from here.Note: The time calculation of this tour is based on the time of a normal hike. With snowshoes the walking time is about four hours.
This easy valley hike begins at the Reitstube in the Winkeltal and brings you to the Volkzeiner hut. A wide path leads up the valley for about 2 hours until you reach your destination. Before or after the tour, you can also relax in the tavern of the Reitstube, or enjoy a romantic carriage ride through the Winkeltal. Not only recommended for young lovers :)The time calculation of this tour is based on the time of a normal hike. With snowshoes, the walking time is about four hours.
The starting point of this almost 3-hour hike is the car park Schöne Aussicht. From here, the guided tour on the Hohlweg direction Roaner Alm. The snow-covered forests above the Iselsberg pass invite you to a search for clues. It is not uncommon to find footprints of foxes, or hare hare. At the tree line at the height of the Luggeralm, you will be rewarded with a unique view of the Schobergruppe with its 3000m. After a stop in the Roaner Alm, it goes back the same way.Note: The time calculation of this tour is based on the time of a normal hike. With snowshoes, the walking time is about three hours.
This varied round trip takes you on a journey through one of the most amazing landscapes of East Tyrol. During this snowshoe tour, where you will stay in the breathtaking nature of the Hohe Tauern National Park, you will especially remember the striking peaks of the Schober group with its rugged precipices. By intersecting larch forests it goes on to Naturfreundehütte. A little tip: definitely the Kaiserschmarren try.The calculation of this tour depends on the time of a summer hike. With snowshoes, the walking time is about four hours.
A fantastic tour through a unique mountain world. The start of this hike is at the Lucknerhaus at 1,920m. Along the way it can happen that you observe impressive chamois or ibex on the steep slopes of the Ködnitztal. The further away you are from the bustling Lucknerhaus, the quieter and quieter it gets. You lay back just under 300 meters and enjoy a seclusion that has become rare in the meantime. A tour for connoisseurs, wildlife watchers or just people who want to discover.Since this tour is done with snowshoes, the duration is about three hours. Please take into account in the planning.
This short round trip is perfect for you if you want to show your children their first snowshoeing experience or just fancy a small but fine mountain hike.Start is in the Matreier Tauernhaus, which you also reach easily by car. At more than 1500 vertical meters you march in the Tauern valley in the direction of Wohlgemuthalmen valley. On the way, there are always small resting places waiting for you, where you can unpack your packed lunch and let the atmosphere of the surrounding summit work on you. Along the way, you can also see ibex and, with luck, golden eagles and bearded vultures. So keep your eyes and ears open ...Attention: The duration of this tour is based on the duration of a hike without snow. With snowshoes the duration is extended to about two hours.