A Mountain Walk in Tirol
The feeling of boundless freedom.
The feeling of boundless freedom.
Whether you prefer leisurely hikes or challenging summit climbs, something will suit you amongst 650km of walking trails and via ferrata routes in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
Built in Alpbach's classic chalet style, the homely Berghof is a favourite with Inghams guests. Close to the village centre, it has a popular terrace and easy access to walks.From
Long distance pleasure hike from the majestic Großglockner through Carinthia and Friaul-Julisch Venetia to the azure blue sea of Slovenia.
Steeped in tradition, the small and friendly Weissbacher dates back over 200 years and was the very first Gasthof in the village of Auffach in Tirol.From
Skiing and hiking chalets in the Austrian Alps come in all sizes and all standards, with some including extra facilities such as saunas. Whatever your taste there is a chalet for you.
Stay at one of Ellmau’s most popular hotels with an ideal central location, high standards of comfort, superb leisure facilities and a welcoming Tirolean ambience.From
Set in an elevated position just minutes from Filzmoos village centre, Hotel Alpenkrone enjoys wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.From
A downloadable walking guide and an online platform with GPS are great initiatives by Zell am See-Kaprun, making for stress-free holiday planning from the comfort of home.
The High Mountain National Park of the Zillertal Alps offers grand views and unforgettable mountaineering adventures, plus 3 interesting permanent exhibitions.
Explore SalzburgerLand with Chalet Mara as your base. Ideally situated in a quiet location with lovely mountain views, yet close to Kaprun’s picturesque village centre.From
In a quiet position overlooking Kitzbühel, Hotel Schloss Lebenberg combines the style of a former aristocratic hunting castle with first class modern comforts.From
Ideally located in picturesque Lech, Chalet Hotel Montfort combines a delightfully quiet location with being only a few minutes stroll from the cafés and chic shops of the centre.From
This lively village is one of the most popular resorts in Tirol, offering an unrivalled range of activities, excursions and events throughout the summer.From
There could be no better backdrop to reaping the benefits of Nordic Walking than Austria. So why not make it a part of your next holiday?
The beautiful 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.
Walking breaks are soaring in popularity with British holidaymakers, enticed by the ease of Austria's unofficial national pastime. Well signposted trails web across valleys and mountain tops, with many routes offering lodge-to-lodge connections whereby you do it on foot while your luggage is moved by your hosts.
Where exercise excites all the senses.
Tirol is a world leader in its facilities to help disabled people reach its peaks. In addition to extensive ski facilities in winter, there are 24 approved wheelchair hiking routes for summer. And with the help of Roll Rinn stretchers it is even possible to reach the summit of a mountain.
More than 400km of walking paths make the Wilder Kaiser mountains an absolute gem for hiking holidays. Trails include accurate directions and approximate walk times.
Austria's Hiking Villages are the ideal starting point for your walking holiday in Austria, catering for all moods, fitness levels and preferences.
Up hill and down dale, the narrow road winds through the idyllic landscape that got its nickname from the gentle vineyards and slender cypresses: the “Styrian Tuscany”. It is not Italy, however, but northern Slovenia that one sees when gazing out over the hills. Perhaps while seated at a charming tavern with a glass of outstanding Styrian wine.