Hiking

Summer vacation in Tyrol

Enjoy the endless peace and quiet in the mountains

A true hiking paradise awaits you near Innsbruck, in the heart of Tyrol. Our unspoiled mountain valleys offer a variety of hiking options with over 500 km of marked trails. From relaxed alpine hikes to ambitious summit tours and spiritual pilgrimage trails – there is something for every hiking enthusiast.

Discover Tyrol's most beautiful hiking trails

Some of the most beautiful hiking trails in Tyrol are hidden between Innsbruck and the Brenner Pass. These insider tips lead you through breathtaking mountain landscapes and offer unforgettable nature experiences.

Hiking with children

Fun for the whole family

Bergeralm and Bärenbachl: A trip to the Bergeralm is not only worthwhile because of the Bärenbachl water adventure world with its forest theme trail and large water playground.

Obernberger See: A pushchair-friendly hike around the idyllic Obernberger See lake in the Obernbergtal valley.

Laponesalm in Gschnitztal: After an easy hike, you can visit the mill village or explore the trail from Steinach to Gschnitz.

Adlerblick and Sarnthein waterfall in Trins: Enjoy the view and the natural wonders.

Schöpfungsweg at Maria Waldrast in Matrei: A spiritual hike with a stop at the Ochsenalm.

Ridge hike to the Lichtsee: Start from the Bergeralm mountain station.

Alpine hikes

Pure nature

Naviser Almenrunde: A picturesque hike from alpine pasture to alpine pasture in the rear Navistal.

Natura 2000 area in Valsertal: Rustic refreshment stops at Helgas Alm or the Touristenrast.

Gerichtsherrnalm, Vallmaritzalm and Trunahütte: Accessible from Steinach or Trins.

Laponesalm in the Gschnitztal valley: An easy and rewarding hike.

Venntal Jausenstation in the Venntal valley: Ideal for a leisurely break.

Kasern im Schmirntal: Discover the “Kaserer Winkl” alpine pasture area.

Summit hikes for ambitious hikers

Climb peaks such as the Blaser in Trins, Padasterkogel, Padauner Kogel in Vals, Vennspitze, Westliche Schöberspitze in Schmirn, Rötenspitze and Allerleigrubenspitze in Obernberg or the Serles near Maria Waldrast in Mühlbachl.

Hut tours

Multi-day hiking adventures

Gschnitztal hut tour: Choose between 6- or 7-day tours with 5 or 6 huts.

Peter Habeler Tour: A 7-day hut hike with 6 huts, can be planned individually.

Long distance hikes

On the mountain trails of Tyrol

Experience the Wipptaler Höhenweg, part of the Europa Höhenweg, or the Tiroler Höhenweg along the Brenner border ridge.

Pilgrimage trails such as the Way of St. James or the Romediusweg offer spiritual hiking experiences.

“Hiking is the art of walking slowly and discovering the world around you - step by step, breath by breath.”

Our hotel in Tyrol is the perfect starting point for your hiking adventures. We not only offer comfortable accommodation, but also individual tips for the best hiking routes in the region. Discover the beauty of the Tyrolean Alps with us!

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