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Whether for the view or for the challenge, climbing the mountainous peaks in Tyrol is the best way to experience more of this beautiful region. But with 20 to choose from, it can be tough to know which peak to proceed with. That’s why we’ve collected the best peaks and summits in Tyrol for you here — so you can easily add one to your next adventure.

The top 20 peaks in Tyrol

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    1

    Hohe Salve

    Hiking Highlight

    At the top of the Hohe Salve, a breathtaking panorama awaits you. No wonder that the mountain is repeatedly referred to as the most beautiful mountain in Tyrol. In the …

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    2

    Aggenstein Gipfel

    Hiking Highlight

    Although the Aggenstein at 1,985 meters is not one of the highest mountains in the Tannheim Valley, it captivates with its magnificent all-round view and can easily compete with its …

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    3

    Schochenspitze

    Hiking Highlight

    The climb is rewarded with a magnificent view of the pool, the Trauaplsee and the Vilsalpsee.

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    Neunerköpfle Gipfel

    Hiking Highlight

    The summit of the Neunerköpfle can be easily reached by cable car. Up here you will find a magnificent panoramic view of the Tannheimer valley and the picturesque Haldensee. You …

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    Seefelder Spitze

    Hiking Highlight

    Nice location, many tours from here possible

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    6

    Bschießer

    Hiking Highlight

    "Bschießer", or Tyrolean also "Bscheißer" means that on the mountain with "downing" avalanches or scree is to be expected. Whoever climbs this mountain, believes so too, at the sight of …

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    7

    Säuling Gipfel

    Hiking Highlight

    Never ascend before April. Snow and ice are still too high there. Without suitable hiking shoes not feasible. No climbing skills needed. A via ferrata is not on the route.

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    8

    Kranzhorn

    Hiking Highlight

    It has a magnificent view over the Inn Valley. A special curiosity are the two summit crosses. A stop at the Kranzhorn Alm I can recommend to anyone.

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    9

    Steinplattengipfel

    Hiking Highlight

    The Steinplatte is a 1,869 meter high mountain massif in the Chiemgau Alps in Austria. The border of the provinces of Salzburg and Tyrol runs over the summit. To the south, the mountain breaks off into striking rock faces.

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    10

    Krinnenspitze

    Hiking Highlight

    After strenuous ascent, the view in every direction rewards you! Beautiful summit with an all-round view.

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    11

    Große Schlicke

    Hiking Highlight

    Easy to reach from the Otto Mayr Hut in 1.5 hours. In clear weather a terrific panoramic view!

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    Moni
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    12

    Gaislachkogel

    Hiking Highlight

    A staircase leads you safely to the summit cross of the Gaislachkogel. From the 3,056 meter high rocky summit you have a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, the futuristic restaurant "Ice Q" and the adventure world "007 Elements".

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    13

    Thaneller

    Hiking Highlight

    Great panoramic mountain (start and finish parking lot Mooslift / Berwang) ... All-round panoramic view of the Wetterstein Mountains / Zugspitze, Lech Valley, Heiterwanger and Plansee ... to name just …

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    14

    Gaishorn

    Hiking Highlight

    Regardless of whether from Tannheim or from Vliesalpsee, the 1,000 meters of altitude must be done and in the upper part (from the Rossalpe) there is still real climbing!

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    15

    Rohnenspitze

    Hiking Highlight

    Great summit with nice easy climb from the north side. Crossing to the Zirlseck and on to the Geißhorn or Ponten and Bschießer possible.

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    16

    Bärenkopf

    Hiking Highlight

    The magnificent view at the 1,991 meter high Bärenkopf summit shows you that the efforts of the climb have been worthwhile. At the summit there is a great view of …

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    17

    Spitzstein

    Hiking Highlight

    Beautiful view ! Incredible ... you have to do ... in summer and in winter ... in winter do not go without snowshoes and gaiters and hiking poles :)

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    18

    Fellhorn Gipfel

    Hiking Highlight

    The closer we get to the Fellhorn, the more impressively the Wilder Kaiser sets himself in scenes. Arrived at the top it is clear to us: We are at the …

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    19

    Ponten

    Hiking Highlight

    The summit cross is slightly shifted forward on a small summit and can be reached in a simple Kraxelei on a small rock level.

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    Scheffauer

    Mountaineering Highlight

    The Scheffauer is a well-known and promising summit of the Wilder Kaiser in Tyrol, which can be reached both on the north and south side via secured paths as a day trip.

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