Das Paznaun hat viele Gesichter. Das Tal in Nordtirol mit seinen Ortschaften Kappl, See, Galtür und Ischgl verzaubert nicht nur mit schneereichen Skihängen, sondern im Sommer vor allem mit unberührter Bergnatur.
Denn in der warmen Jahreszeit geht’s hinauf in stolze Höhen. Durch magische Bergwälder hin zu urigen Hütten. Mal in Form einer leichten Familienwanderung, mal über anmutende Höhen, mal ganz alpin und verbunden mit dem einen oder anderen Gipfelsturm. Ziel unserer acht Touren ist immer dasselbe: ein Bergsee. Und damit ein Ort, der dir verlässlich Kraft gibt und an dem für Sorgen eben kein Platz ist. An dem du dir außerdem eine knackige Abkühlung nach dem Aufstieg an einem heißen Sommertag gönnen kannst.
So wie auch in dieser Collection. Getreu dem Motto „QualityTime 100 % sorgenfrei“, die wir nach dieser herausfordernden Zeit alle mal wieder spüren wollen, nehmen wir dich mit zu den Kraftplätzen unserer Region. Mach dich auf zu den traumhaften Gewässern des Paznaun. Genieße die herrliche Natur. Und entdecke die Köstlichkeiten der Region, die dir urige Hütten unterwegs auftischen.
Übrigens: Die „QualityTime 100 %“ ermöglicht dir im Zeitraum zwischen Mai und Oktober 2020 eine kostenlose Stornierung oder Umbuchung bis sieben Tage oder kürzer vor deiner Anreise (ischgl.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Start-in-den-Sommer/Qualitytime-Paznaun). Außerdem gut zu wissen: Mit der Silvretta Card All Inclusive bekommst du zahlreiche Vergünstigungen und freie Eintritte zu großartigen Attraktionen in der Region – auch die ein oder andere kostenlose Berg- und Talfahrt mit einer unserer Seilbahnen ist dir damit sicher (ischgl.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Silvretta-Card-all-inclusive). Also warum warten? Tauch ein in die einzigartige Bergwelt Tirols.
The Paznaun is an ideal starting point for various mountain groups. Samnaun, Verwall and Silvretta are easy to reach and day tours from the valley are just as possible as multi-day tours. The scattered settlement at 1,050 meters above sea level is on the right side of the valley. It consists of a large number of farm groups or hamlets.
This beautiful circular hiking trail offers an excellent view of the sunny side of the Unterpaznaun with the Verwall group. The cable car takes you comfortably to the Medrigalm at 1,800 meters. Along a wide forest path you hike past the Versingalpe (managed alpine pasture) to the Ascherhütte, which sits high above the sea at 2,256 meters above sea level and serves as an ideal resting place with an impressive mountain panorama - for example on the Blankakopf or the Rotpleiskopf.The descent is easy on the wide driveway (suitable for pushchairs) to the Medrigalm, from where you can easily get back to See by cable car or on foot. Once at the bottom, you can treat yourself to a well-deserved refreshment in the local lake - with the Silvretta Card All Inclusive, admission is even free (see.at/de/Active/Active-Summer/Sommer-Services/Silvretta- Card all inclusive).
Crystal-clear lakes, lonely mountain pastures and promising peaks - they await you on this tour. And the name says it all: You hike three lakes over 20 kilometers and have the opportunity to stop in three typical huts.By car or bus (galtuer.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Sommer-Services/Sommerbus) you can get to the shores of the Zeinissees toll-free. This is the start of your hike. From here you hike slightly uphill past the crystal-clear Kleinzeinissee, enjoy fantastic views of the Kopsee and soon reach the Verbella Alpe.It continues up - the paths become steeper the outlook continues. Until you stand in front of the Heilbronner hut. It is very close to the mighty cutting lake - not only a popular resting place in summer but also a shiny photo motif. The steepest part of the tour follows: First you hike into the Ochsental and at the end up to the Muttenjoch. From the proud 2,620 meters you have an amazing view of the Gaisspitze, the Grieskogel and the Fädnerspitze. Then you start the descent and soon after the well-deserved break in the Friedrichshafener hut.The way back is via an initially steep but then pleasantly flat footpath that takes you back to Galtür.
Get recommendations on the best single tracks, peaks, & plenty of other exciting outdoor places.
This tour takes you to the idyllic Madleinsee. Spread over almost eleven kilometers, it lets you discover the most beautiful sides of the Paznaun, but also demands a few meters of altitude.It starts in the heart of Ischgl. Once you cross the main road, there are also signs pointing to Lake Madlein. You follow them steadily uphill and towards Mutta and Kreuzbichl, mostly walking along the Madleinbach. You stand in front of him a good five kilometers later: Lake Madlein is a small mountain lake and a beautiful piece of earth that attracts many visitors in summer. Some venture into the freezing cold water, others prefer to look for a dry spot on its bank and enjoy their provisions. You have a clear view of the 3,147 meter high Küchelspitze.As soon as you have let it all work on you long enough, you can start the way back. And it leads you back to the valley on the same path or on the road.
Mountain lakes, regional delicacies and pure adventure await you on this tour. To do this, start at Kappler Dorfplatz and hike first along the municipal road and later along the forest path (number 6). Until you stand in a forest clearing in front of the resting stone chapel built in 1817.At a crossroads above the chapel, keep to the left and march along path number five and along the Seßladbach to the Lower Seßladalpe. It goes uphill for a while through the Seßladtal, until you finally reach the Niederelbehütte at an impressive waterfall and the idyllically slumbering Seßsee.This is the most exhausting part of your tour. Because now it's going downhill. You follow the marked Kieler Weg to the Diasbahn. Once there, the Sunny Mountain Adventure Park awaits you with a petting zoo, an exhibition on the Alpe Dias and many other offers. If you have experienced enough, the Diasbahn (kappl.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Bergbahntickets) takes you down into the valley. For proud Silvretta Card All Inclusive owners, this ride is even free (kappl.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Sommer-Services/Silvretta-Card-all-inclusive).
Your tour to the picturesque Berglisee starts directly in the beautiful Mathon. Briefly along the main road and then successfully left behind you via the underpass (Gasthof Glöckner), you start to follow the signs for "Bergliweg".So you can go uphill - either by road or on a steep footpath. Either way you reach the Inner Bergli after about three and a half kilometers and shortly afterwards the picture-perfect Berglisee. A break at the azure water is a good idea - some even venture into the ice-cold "floods".Then you follow a beautiful path over the Bergli into the Lareintal. Again and again you have fantastic views, such as those on the top of the Schnapfens with the imposing Lareing glacier. And because you can’t really get out of amazement, the next two kilometers fly by. You are already in front of the Larein Alpe, which is happy to provide you with typical Tyrolean delicacies. Then you climb over the Larein Alm and Tschaffein down to Mathon.
Families who are in Paznaun-Ischgl in summer must not miss an attraction: A newly designed hiking trail leads them to the "Adventure Stage" at the Schwarzwasser and Pardatschersee. A must for young and old explorers!With the cable car (ischgl.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Sommer-Anlagen) you can easily climb the mountain. A mountain trip that you can enjoy with the Silvretta Card All Inclusive free of charge (ischgl.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Silvretta-Card-all-inclusive). From the middle station Fimba or Silvretta you follow the visitor guidance system to the two lakes. You reach the Schwarzwasser lake first. And if you think: "It couldn't be more idyllic", the Pardatschersee that follows shortly afterwards will be happy to convince you otherwise.Both lakes offer fun and games for the whole family, can also be reached with a pram and can hardly be surpassed in their wonderful nature. Spread out and let your kids romp around in the adventure zone at Lake Schwarzwasser. Hike through the wild and romantic coniferous forest to the Pardatschersee and enjoy the clearing with rest area and great play opportunities for the little ones. First you go back around the lake, then on the same path that brought you here to the cable car.And as if that wasn't enough, you have the choice - back at the cable car station: Either you let yourself “float” comfortably down into the valley again, or hike back to Ischgl, thanks to the new “Walk of Lyrics” “Is a special experience. Variant 3 is only something for the brave: the valley approach by spectacular SkyFly.
This tour takes you up to the Grübelesee in front of a good altitude and almost 16 kilometers in length. But it's definitely worth the effort - at the latest when you're standing by the crystal-clear mountain lake, enjoying the calm water and the panorama all around.From the village square in Kappl you head towards the main street, cross a wooden bridge and shortly after the Kohlplatz follow an ascending footpath up to the Visnitz waterfall. The first wonderful view is not long in coming - you marvel at the waterfall falling about 30 meters over a rock into the valley for a while. Then the same climb takes you back a bit and from the intersection up to the Rotweg chapel built in 1805.For a short while it goes leisurely on a forest path, then the ascent along the Grübelebachs follows to your glittering tour destination. Up here at an altitude of around 2,100 meters, not only does the deep turquoise lake water lie, but also a majestic panorama at your feet. Treat yourself to a long break and let nature work for you.When you are ready, hike a bit back on the same path and follow route number 23 from the Panoramaweg junction. It takes you back to Kappl via Brandau and Lochau.
Your tour up to Hexensee and Tieftalsee begins with a relaxed gondola ride up to the Medrigalm at 1,800 meters above sea level. About 100 meters from the mountain station, you take the path towards the Istalanz Valley. And that is exactly what you are now hiking through - up to the Masnerjoch. The panorama that is revealed to you on the 2,685-meter high yoke does not require many words: Among others, you can see the Hexensee and the Hexenhütte. You want to go there now too.A descent leads you down and you definitely deserve a break. Then the path below the hut takes you towards Kölnerhaus, Lazit and Scheid. It goes slowly for a while - the nature up here is impressive! Arrived in Scheid and shortly afterwards at the crystal-clear Tieftalsee, the next steep section up to the 3,004 meter high Furgler begins. Maybe you will come across one or two marmots. If not, there is no need to be sad - just wait until you see the view from the top!The descent is via the Furglerjoch and the Ascherhütte - by the way, another nice place to stop for a bite to eat. Then continue via the Medrigalm back to the mountain station of the Medrigjochbahn. Be sure to check the cable car travel times so that you don't miss your “flight” to the valley: see.at/de/Active/Active-Summer/Bergbahnen-Tickets. Alternatively, you can also spend the night at the Ascherhütte. You can find more information here: see.at/de/More/Service/See-A-Z/Ascherhuette-im-Sommer_isd_171596.
One of the most beautiful mountain lakes that the Paznaun has to offer awaits you on this tour. Also included: wonderful views, untouched nature and, to warm up, a cozy gondola ride.Let's go with the latter: The slide will "float" you - with the Silvretta All Inclusive Card even free - up to the mountain. From then on, you have to rely on your legs. You walk past the Alpengasthof Dias and through wonderful nature to the junction "Bergwiesen Kappl", in the direction of which you also go. At the intersection behind the Diasbach (path number 6a) you take the direction Rifflakopf - Edmund-Graf-Hütte. It takes you to a saddle where you can enjoy a clear view of the valley. Then the Jägersteig with number 6a leads you to the Kieler Höhenweg (number 511) and this finally through the Blankatal to your destination: the Blankasee.Enjoy the silence and the crystal clear water of the peaceful mountain lake. If you brought a snack with you, now would be the perfect time to eat it. Then path 511 takes you back and number 11 continues to the (unmanaged) Durrichalpe. You come back to Kappl via path 10 and then 9.
Several lakes, a wonderful panorama and a typical alp await you on your way up to the dreamy Wiegensee. The small moor lake is the center of the Wiegensee conservation area. That means you can look forward to rare plants and untouched nature.Your car or the hiking bus (galtuer.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Sommer-Services/Sommerbus) will take you toll-free to the banks of the Zeinissees. With the Silvretta Card All Inclusive, this bus trip is free of charge (galtuer.com/de/Active/Active-Summer/Silvretta-Card-all-inclusive). And you're already at the start of your hike. From here you hike slightly uphill past the crystal-clear Kleinzeinissee, enjoy fantastic views of the Kopsee and soon reach the Verbella Alpe.Once at the Alpe and maybe enjoyed one or the other specialty, it goes downhill for a while. You march through the impressive European protected area Wiegensee, a unique moor complex in the middle of the wild mountain landscape. To protect nature, please stay on the path!In the end it is the wonderful Wiegensee. It is one of the oldest reservoirs in the Montafon. But it wasn't pent up by humans, but the so-called rocking grass, a plant cover that you can see on the shore of the lake. It is a wonderful natural spectacle that you can enjoy for a while. Then you go back to the starting point in the same way.