The Kundler Gorge is a popular destination for young and old. Nature is unique, enjoyment is provided in the form of a traditional inn on the way and a special highlight awaits you at the very end of the gorge.From the parking lot, a wide hiking trail leads you into the gorge. He is guarded by bizarre and powerful rocks. From start to finish it's relatively flat, which is why you can easily master the tour with a stroller.Because it is a little paradise for children that extends here in front of you. The wide creek bed is full of different stones that you can even grind in the stone turning shop at the entrance to the gorge and take home as a souvenir. At the end of the approximately three kilometer long gorge, the absolute highlight: the slow train travels through the gorge in regular sections and is happy to take tired hikers back to the starting point.You can find all information about the gorge here: alpbachtal.at/de/sommer/wandern/naturerlebnisklammen/kundler-klamm. And a first foretaste of the water-rich experience can be found here:
Juppi - that's the name of the mascot of the Alpbachtal family summer and the best friend of all children. A forest was therefore named after him high up on the Reither Kogel. And not just any one, but a very magical one.That's right - this two-kilometer circular hiking trail will enchant you and your family. Once you have floated up with the Reitherkogelbahn, the path is so well developed that it can also be used with a stroller. And the journey of discovery can begin.A giant trampoline, a giant frame and a giant slide await you right at the mountain station, and an exciting station on every corner. Petting zoo, wobbly bridge and Co. offer a nice change from hiking. And before you can fly back down into the valley tired but happy at the end of the round, a funny souvenir picture with Juppi will be taken on the photo board.More information about the magic forest: alpbachtal.at/de/sommer/familienurlaub-tirol/juppi-zauberwald. And how fabulous the Juppi Magic Forest really is, you can see here:
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A great family hike with a summit victory awaits you around the Wiedersbergerhorn. Most of the vertical meters are covered by a 6-person gondola. An experience in itself to float over the wonderful landscape. Once at the top, hikers of all ages can start directly with the ascent to the summit.The Wiedersbergerhorn is so popular among families because it can be reached relatively quickly from the mountain station. And of course because the view up there is terrific. You can see three well-known Tyrolean valleys: the Zillertal, the Inntal and the Alpbachtal. After the entry in the summit book, which should never be missing, things go downhill.You hike a nice stretch along the panoramic path, until you finally stand in front of the highlight that the kids can hardly wait for since the start of the tour: the Lauserland. Right at the mountain station, the little adventurers can let off steam in the giant adventure playground until they too finally get tired. Just don't forget to get on the gondola in good time, it doesn't run all day after all. Alternatively, you can hike to the middle station and past the idyllic snow-making pond and fly back into the valley from there.You can find all information about the travel times of the gondola here: alpbachtal.at/de/sommer/sommerbergbahnen/wiedersbergerhornbahn.
Enthusiastic hiking families will find what they are looking for on this multi-day tour. Starting from the heart of Alpbach, you cover a total of 19.5 kilometers and a few meters in altitude - piece by piece. Numbers that you can proudly look back on after each stage over an evening hot chocolate in the overnight accommodation. But don't let that put you off! If the tour is split over three days, as recommended, every family can do it by themselves!Here you can see the entire tour in one piece, but we have also divided the hike into individual stages: komoot.de/collection/1145986/-3-tages-familientour-wandern-im-alpbachtalLet's go in the middle of Alpbach. From here you master most of the vertical meters on the first day. You will hardly get any of that with the wonderful nature that awaits you around Thierberghöfe, Hösljoch and Co. You check-in in the evening at the Holzalm, where you of course also deserve something delicious to eat.The next day you have the choice: Either you extend your five-kilometer stage by a summit victory, or you march directly to the Pinzgerhof, stage destination number two. If you decide on the first variant, you climb from the Holzalm to the panoramic Gratlspitz. A detour that is especially worthwhile as a sunrise tour.On the third day, the last stage is on. Well rested and strengthened from breakfast, all hikers set off towards Finale: Via the Oberen Höhenweg it’s back to Alpbach.
This barrier-free circular hiking trail enchants not only with the scent of fresh herbs, but also with wonderful views and a nice cool down at the end.It starts in the heart of the flower village of Reith, very close to the Reiterkogelbahn valley station. First you make your way to the show and recreation garden in Hildegard von Bingen. The beautiful garden teaches you exciting things about herbs and their healing powers. You might even take home a few ideas for your own garden.Further on along the leisurely path you will soon reach the viewing platform "Blattform". Here you can enjoy a spectacular view of the castles below in the Matzenpark and the proud Rofan Mountains. Past the art and antique shop Galerie Schmidt you finally make your way back to the village center. Last but not least, you will also pass the Reith bathing lake, where you can treat yourself to a refreshment or just stretch your legs on the beautiful sunbathing lawn.Tip: Real Hildegard von Bingen fans turn right shortly after the lookout point towards Hotel Pirchnerhof. It is carried out through and through in the sense of the herbalist.
A summit tour with unforgettable views awaits you on the way to the Gratlspitz. A nearly five-kilometer tour that requires a certain degree of surefootedness, but is also a great experience for the whole family.By car you first drive from Brixlegg via Zimmermoos to the Berggasthof Holzalm. From here you can continue on foot. Right at the beginning you will pass the Holzalm, which already beckons with delicacies, but pays off especially at the end of your tour - you will come here again.You start to hike steadily uphill on a path towards the summit. First through the forest, then through mountain pines to the “Ernarast”, until the final spurt to the 1,899 meter high summit begins. He is known for his unobstructed panoramic view. In addition to the highest mountain in the Kufstein district, the Großer Galtenberg, you will see many other mountain peaks from the Karwendel to the Hohe Tauern. A total of 26 church towers are at your feet and you can count as many as 800 mountain peaks. If you have the time.The way back is finally on the same route. Tip: If you want to experience a particularly beautiful spectacle on the summit, hike up here at sunrise.
The Alpbacher Heimatweg takes you through the beautiful surroundings of Alpbach and lets you find out more about the region and its hosts. The almost four-kilometer hike is not entirely barrier-free, but it is wonderful to go with the whole family.Starting from the Alpbach center, you hike once over the Heißenthaler Bach and then gently uphill through beautiful nature. After a good two kilometers, i.e. about halfway through, you will reach a nice little rest area with a barbecue area, Kneipp basin and a playground that magically attracts smaller hikers in particular. If you brought a bratwurst with you, this is the perfect place to take a break.Then the Lärchenweg takes you towards Thierberghöfe and back to the village via Bradenberg and Trat. On the way there are always exciting stations waiting for you, which let you glimpse the history of the valley, the life of its inhabitants and the rich local flora and fauna - a unique experience.
This path has definitely earned its sounding “panorama” addition. Accompanied by phenomenal views, it goes around the Wiedersbergerhorn. And so much in advance: You can start counting the surrounding mountain peaks right at the beginning.It starts at the mountain station of the Wiedersbergerhornbahn at 1,811 meters. Most of the vertical meters will be relieved by the train. You don't have to master 200 on the whole round. Following the A40 route towards the summit. After the lifts, you can go around it either to the left or to the right. No matter how you approach the easy but continuous ups and downs - both sides will impress you. Back at the starting point, you can treat yourself to some refreshment on the sun terrace of the Dauerstoa Alm.Tip for mountain enthusiasts: the detour to the summit of the Wiedersbergerhorn definitely pays off. It is easy to master even with children and reveals unique views of the Alpbach, Ziller and Inn valleys.
Whoever says Alpbachtal also says gorge hike! Because there are several impressive gorges in the region. Today you have to hike the Kaiserklamm. A tour that is especially popular on very hot days because of its cooling rocks and pinches.You start the tour a few hundred meters below the Kaiserhaus inn. Over a length of about one kilometer you walk over the Triftsteig through the historic Kaiserklamm. On the way you will observe the power of the water and immerse yourself in the history of the Brandenberger Holztrift. Bridges and stone tunnels nestle impressively into the striking rock walls. All in all, a spectacle that of course does not leave even smaller hikers unimpressed - please never let them out of your sight!At the end of the gorge, a forest path leads you comfortably back to the starting point. Alternatively, you can march back through the gorge. Either way, it is worth stopping at the Kaiserhaus at the end of the day. Because there are delicacies that Emperor Franz and his Sissi enjoyed during their lifetime. The kids can let off steam to their heart's content on the neighboring adventure playground with a low rope course.
First nicely protected by the trees in the pleasantly shady forest, then free as a bird over the wide alpine meadows - just a few of the feelings that will come over you during the hike on the plateau of the Stettauer Alm. Your whole family will enjoy this hike.From Inneralpbach you first walk in the direction of the Bergbauernmuseum, shortly afterwards you turn into the path that leads towards "Galtenberg". You now walk up to the so-called Alpkreuz, a crossroads in the forest. And from there it goes downhill again: It's not far to the Stettauer Alm / Hochleger. It is a real bedrock in the area - it is assumed to be between 400 and 500 years old. You cannot stop here - but it still houses dairy cows and is simply exciting to look at.Over the Niederleger and then out of the valley over the Jagdsteig you then hike back to your starting point. The landscape opens up again and you can enjoy amazing views of the Alpbachtal and the Gratlspitz. There is no place to stop along the way - but you can take a snack with you and spread out on a small patch of alpine meadow. Splendid.
When you think of Tyrol, the mountains and their native animals, the first thing that comes to mind is cows and chamois (above). But did you know that many colorful, beautiful butterflies are at home there too? No? Then be sure to go looking for butterflies in the wonderful Brandenberger Valley.More than 800 different species of lively moths live in the valley. So, starting at the gates of the Kaiserhaus inn, you start looking. First it goes up in the direction of Oberer Kaiserboden and the Brandalm. You can already see that it's especially nice and quiet up here. So the perfect place for butterflies. Always keep your eyes open!Passing the Trauersteig you come to the Weißach estuary, where you turn slowly and start walking again in the direction from which you came. The circular path now leads you along the river. It's slowly getting narrower and - oh yes, we completely forgot to mention that - you are suddenly right in the middle of the impressive Kaiserklamm. The hike has a grand finale in the form of mighty rock formations, raging water and perfectly integrated walkways, bridges and tunnels. An adventure for the whole family. And because every explorer deserves a refreshment after a tour like this, the end of the trip is to the traditional Kaiserhaus.Tip: So that you don't miss the colorful butterflies, it is best to tackle this hike between the end of May and the beginning of September. The butterflies are most likely to be seen from mid-June to mid-August. Good luck!