Vorarlberg - Tirol: Lechweg This 125km hiking trail along the River Lech leads from its spring near the Formarinsee in Vorarlberg through Tirol to the Lechfall in Füssen, Germany
. The Lech with its turquoise water is the last wild river in Europe, offering an extraordinary nature experience.The European Hiking Association
certified the Lechweg
as a Leading Quality Trail
Vorarlberg: Bregenzerache Path Get to know the different facets of the River Bregenzerache with a 2-day Bregenzerwald hiking package
. Flowing upstream from Sulzberg to Au, it is the most important river of the region. It rises above the village of Schröcken at an altitude of 2,400m and flows into Lake Constance after 80km. The river is gentle in parts, great for bathing
SalzburgerLand: Gorge Route in the Saalachtal The Gorge Route
leads to numerous, impressive cultural and natural monuments. Within a radius of just 2km, the Pinzgauer Saalachtal is home to 3 extraordinary natural monuments
known as the "Saalachtal Natural Wonders"
: the Vorderkaserklamm Ravine, the Seisenbergklamm Ravine, and the Lamprechtshöhle Cave. At the foot of the Loferer and Leoganger Steinberge Ranges, along with outliers of the Steinernes Meer massif, nature has created bizarrely shaped rock formations, thunderous waterfalls, and one of the biggest caves in Europe featuring a subterranean watercourse, all just a short distance apart. There are guided trips available for this route
, taking 7 days for 95km
and 31 hours on trail
Styria: Schladminger Tauern Peak Trail Even though the long distance Schladminger Tauern Peak Trail
is a high alpine route leading from hut to hut
and providing spectacular views of the surrounding landscape, it is also not short on opportunities to encounter wild waters. On the 72.6km long trail, requiring a hiking time of about 6 to 7 days, you will pass numerous of the more than 300 beautiful mountain lakes in the area and also some waterfalls and torrents
Tirol: Waterfall Trail Hintertux The magnificent natural spectacle of waterfalls thundering down the mountainside into the valley below
is a sight not to be missed. Visitors will be captivated by the Schraubenfall and Kesselfall Waterfalls with their naturally formed granite bridges, caves and ravines along the Waterfall Trail Hintertux
Tirol: Water Walk Stuibenfall The Stuibenfall
in the Ötztal Valley is Tirol's highest waterfall
. If you take a trip here you can also visit the Ötzi Village
in Umhausen, an open-air archaeological park, which demonstrates the way of life in the Neolithic Age, the time in which “Ötzi the Iceman”
SalzburgerLand: Liechtensteinklamm The Liechtenstein Gorge
in St. Johann im Pongau is not only one of the most beautiful, it is also one of the longest and deepest accessible wild water ravines in the Alps
. There is a one kilometer long wooden trail leading throughout.
Styria: Bärnschützklamm Mixnitz The Bärenschützklamm
is one of Austria's most beautiful water gorges, declared a natural monument in 1978 due to its unique natural wealth. Untamed waterfalls, craggy cliffs and countless steps lead up to the mountain pasture region. 100 years ago, the Alpine Association made the gorge accessible using the first free-hanging gorge ladders
Carinthia: Jungernsprung Water-Wonders-Walk The legend says a maiden trying to escape from the devil ended up at the edge of a cliff
. In her despair she jumped and - carried by angels – arrived on the ground without harm. Today the wild waters of the Zopenitzen torrent roaring down the 130m rock face and the name of the waterfall still remind us of this story: the Jungfernsprung
(jump of the maiden).
Carinthia: The Ragga Gorge At just 800m, the Raga Gorge
is one of the shortest, but also one of the deepest ravines in the Alps
Open for visitors since 1882, it remains as fascinating today as it was back then.
Upper Austria: Dr. Vogelgesang Gorge The longest gorge in Upper Austria
and the second longest in the whole of the country, the Dr. Vogelgesang Gorge
is not just a beautiful natural attraction - it even holds a doctor’s title!
Vorarlberg: Kesselfall and Bürs Gorge The Kesselfall is a set of waterfalls in the Brandnertal Valley
, created by the Alvier torrent, roaming though a 40m deep ravine. This natural attraction can easily be reached by hiking
from the village of Brand. From the village of Bürs, located at the beginning of the valley, you can also visit the Bürs Gorge
, which is well worth a visit.