Duration 6 days
Length 35.2 (56,8km)
Elevation uphill 11,856 ft (3,614m)
Altitude 6,561 - 8,202 ft (2,000 - 2,500m)
Starting point Car park in Ströden
Finishing point Matreier Tauernhaus
Difficulty rating Medium (partially difficult)
The path passes by the idyllic pastures of the Stoan Alm. The Essener-Rostocker Hut is perfectly situated for a stop-off. Walking time: 2.5 hours
Over the Türmljoch 9,156 ft (2,791 m) with its stone turrets and down to the Johannis Hut, which serves as base camp for many passionate mountain climbers. Walking time: 2.5 hours
The so-called "castle in the mountains" owing to its architecture is also known as the Sajat Hut and situated in the middle of a beautiful mountainous backdrop. The usual path is curently closed because of falling rocks, but an alternative route runs over the Tulpscharte. Walking time: 3-4 hours
A trail full of blooming flowers in the tranquil valley of Timmeltal. It’s worth taking a detour to the Eissee Lake! Walking time: 2.5 hours
Not a difficult trail, but make sure you walk along the mountain ridge! Walking time: 3 hours
The majestic leg through a magnificent Alpine landscape. From here, the path forms a semi-circle around the Grossvenediger. Walking time: 4.5 hours
Over the Löbbentörl 9,087 ft (2,770 m) with a marvellous view of the Grossvenediger and across the picturesque glacier path Innergschlöss towards the valley. Walking time: 3 hours
The Eagle Walk stretches from the east to the west and runs through all of Tirol. It's shaped like an eagle with its wings outstretched over the high-Alpine world. There are a total of 33 daily stages to conquer that run through East Tirol.
The routes lead from the foot of the Großvenediger mountains to Kals am Großglockner, and the first 4 mostly overlap with the Venediger Höhenweg. All along the Eagle Walk you'll have the chance to take in the most spectacular natural highlights such as Zireinersee Lake, The Schleier Waterfall and the Lechtal Alps.