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The Eagle's Walk

The Eagle's Walk is the longest hiking path in Europe. Its main route winds through Tirol’s most gorgeous regions, from St. Johann to St. Anton am Arlberg.

The Eagle's Walk © TVB Imst-Gurgltal Thorsten Wenzler
Hiking Austria's mountains not only offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, but it also allows you to get to know the country's people and traditions along the way.

The Eagle's Walk takes you on the hike of a lifetime from St. Johann in Tirol, past the majestic Wilder Kaiser Mountain Range, on through the Brandenberger Alps, the Rofan and Karwendel mountains, to the Lechtal Alps and finally St. Anton am Arlberg.

All in all the path consists of 126 stages covering a distance of 1480km with a total elevation difference of 87,000m.

No matter whether you challenge yourself and tackle the main route, or if you prefer choosing a couple of more easy-going day trips, the Eagle's Walk is a true adventure for the young and the old, the fit and the not so fit, the Austrians and the tourists alike.

For further information on hiking the Eagle's Walk, please visit:
www.visittirol.co.uk