The Tyrolean mountains are more varied than almost any other region in the Alps. In the north, the steep limestone peaks of the Mieminger Gebirge and Karwendel mountains rise into the sky. The wide Inn Valley separates the northern mountain worlds from the southern summits of the Hohe Tauern, Ötztal, Staubaital and Zillertal valleys. Tyrol lies far to the west on the Swiss border and on the long border with Italy are the highest peaks of the Eastern Alps.
In this varied landscape, you will find fantastic hikes of varying difficulty. You can hike through picturesque and unspoiled valleys or climb wild peaks. Rustic mountain huts await you in inhospitable places as well as cozy mountain pastures on lush mountain meadows. Regardless of which hut you stop in or stay overnight, delicious meals made from regional products will spoil you on your hikes.
These thirteen hikes are spread all over Tyrol and are as different as the landscape itself. Choose your route exactly according to your wishes and let yourself be enchanted by the unique mountain worlds of Tyrol on your adventures.
This moderately difficult round trip leads you through the original alpine and mountain landscape in the back Navistal. Beautiful forest roads and romantic trails through Almrosenteppiche and flower-strewn meadow paths alternate. Magnificent panoramic views of the Tux Alps, the Stubai Alps and the Wipptal…
The approximately 10-kilometer-long, medium-difficulty day tour over the Goetheweg is considered one of the most beautiful hikes around Innsbruck. Here you will get to know both the rough Karwendel mountains and its gentle side covered in meadows and pines.
The goal of your tour is the Pfeishütte at 1…
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The Olpererhütte in Zamser Grund above the Schlegeisspeichers shares the big name with its rocky "patron saint", the Olperer. It is the main summit of the Tuxer ridge, its striking appearance is characterized by the pyramid-shaped summit structure. It has always been a magnet for ambitious mountaineers…
The Thurntaler is a popular hiking area in the Villgrater mountains. This round trip, which starts after a gondola ride in Sillian, leads you in a loop around the slightly more than 2,400-meter-high summit and delights with a magnificent panorama: the view sweeps over the Villgrater mountains, the Carnic…
The easy day tour is ideal as a family hike. The 10-kilometer route leads from Leutasch through the Gaistal, which lies nestled between the imposing rock walls of the Mieminger Mountains in the south and the Wetterstein massif in the north. Picturesque alpine meadows and sparse larch and mixed forests…
There are places that radiate a particularly positive energy. The Wildseeloderhaus stands on such a: in a carmine on the magical Wildsee at Wildseeloder, the local mountain of Fieberbrunn. The hut was built in 1892 from stones. Such were enough, the lime was burnt on the spot, the remaining material…
This easy to moderately difficult panorama trail above Innsbruck and Hall in Tyrol offers you magnificent views of the Inn Valley and views of around 400 Alpine peaks.
The special feature of this trail, however, is its namesake, the Swiss stone pine: the panorama trail leads through one of the largest…
This easy mountain hike from Galtür to the Jamtalhütte takes you to one of the most fascinating high mountain regions in the Alps. On the way through the wild and romantic Jamtal, you have wonderful views of the Silvretta summit, especially on Jamtalferner with the Jamtalspitzen and on the Dreiländerspitze…
The Kufsteiner Hausberg Pendling in the Brandenberg Alps presents itself to the Inn valley as a distinctive cone and is considered one of the most beautiful mountain views in the Tyrolean lowlands.
The moderately difficult summit tour begins in Thiersee. Once at the top, you will be rewarded with a magnificent…
This easy hike impresses with its diversity and the spectacular views from the Kellerjoch.
The starting point of the hike can be easily reached by city bus from Schwaz. You leave the bus at the inn peace and from here your tour starts. From the bus station on the road, the hike leads you in the same direction…
This circular walk at the border triangle in Nauders will inspire you with its impressive natural landscape. Here, between Reschenpass and the Swiss border, lie the two Mutzköpfe and in the middle two beautiful mountain lakes: the Black and the Green Lake.
First you take the chairlift to the Kleine Mutzkopf…
The Ramolhaus is not only the oldest refuge in the Ötztal, but also one of the highest situated huts in Tyrol. Theoretically, one could still greet each other there with "Moin, Moin!" Instead of "Griass di!", Because the rustic hut is run by the Hamburg section of the German Alpine Club.
You reach the…
The Eagle Walk is the most famous long-distance hiking trail in Tyrol and individual stages are also perfect for day trips or shorter multi-day hikes.
This tour takes you up to glistening glaciers, thundering waterfalls and bubbling glacier streams. Near the famous Umbal Falls, near Prägraten / Ströden…
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