Take the Alpe-Adria-Trail
for a transnational journey of discovery. The trail is around 750km in length and leads from the foot of Austria's highest peak, the majestic Grossglockner (at 3,798m altitude) - to the azure blue Adriatic Sea and spans three countries (Austria, Italy and Slovenia) and three cultures. Even hiking just one of the 43 attractive stages (each around 17km long) leaves you with unforgettable experiences and memories. The trail passes turbulent rivers, bathing areas and lakes glinting in the sun, impressive gorges and blossoming Alpine meadows and fascinating fauna and flora
, and the region in particular where Carinthia, Slovenia and the Italian province of Friuli-Venezia Giulia meet is extraordinarily beautiful. The Alpe-Adria Trail combines the joys of nature, culinary delights and the pleasure of hiking in a way no other trail does. The fact that it also leads through a non-Alpine area with only minor altitude differences makes it very suitable for ramblers. The accompanying Mediterranean climate promises long days and pleasant temperatures, rendering the stunning views even more impressive. You can walk from both sides of the trail along well-defined routes taking in about 6 hours of walking time a day, and can do it alone, book themed packages
online or arrange to have your luggage transported for you.