Hiking paradise in Tyrol
When thinking about a hiking holiday in Austria, Tyrol immediately springs to mind. With its snow-capped peaks, idyllic mountain pastures and uniquely charming people. The best of it? Eurohike offers individual hiking tours in Tyrol, that perfectly suit every level of hiking and target group. From moderate walking tours to trekking holidays – in Tyrol all hikers will get their money‘s worth. However, you will not miss out any comfort during your active vacation, you hike without luggage and and enjoy the time-out in nature in your individual hiking rhythm.
The most popular hiking tours in Tyrol
Our tour tips
Hiking on the Lechweg Path leads from the source to the waterfall and offers a wonderful, cross-border active adventure between Vorarlberg and Bavaria. Experience the beautiful natural landscapes, the idyllic hiking paths and highlights along the route. If on our hiking holiday on the Lechweg-Path, 10 days, the hiking holiday Lechweg-Path, 8 days or the short hiking holiday Lechweg-Path, 6 days – you will be amazed by this tour. Read more about our short hiking holidays in Austria.
Useful information about hiking in Tyrol
Hiking in the Tyrol region
A proverb states: “If one takes a journey, then he has a story to tell”. Then there would be many stories about Tyrol. About the picturesque landscape between mountain and valley for example. Or the breaks taken on a wooden bench in the middle of unspoiled nature. And not forgetting the culinary delights. Tyrolean Käzespätzle (cheese noodles), speck (bacon) and schnapps are just a few of the local delicacies. Served with a warm smile, even the simplest sandwich tastes like gourmet cuisine. These are the perfect conditions for a great hiking holiday in Tyrol.
Hiking in Tyrol as a source of energy
Another typical feature of the area is the warmth of the people. You come as a guest and leave as a friend. This is not just because you drink one or two pear schnapps together. It is the landscape that brings joy to locals and visitors alike. Tightly wooded mountains, on which you’ll find snow even in summer, make up the charm of Tyrol. While trekking or hiking between the mountains and valleys, you can relax and recharge your batteries. The cosy mountain huts and accommodation does the rest and give you the perfect holiday experience.
Questions and answers about hiking holidays in Tyrol
Depending on the altitude, our hiking tours in and through Tyrol are possible from May to October.
The beautiful mountains in Tyrol and the fantastic hiking regions offer a wonderful opportunity to cool off in nature, especially in the warm summer time. Some of our hiking tours lead directly along rivers and lakes – ideal for hiking in summer.
- More information about hiking holidays in summer.
There are many opportunities for varied hiking tours in Tyrol. The best part is that there are tour options for all levels of hiking. Whether hiking tours with children, a hiking holiday with a dog or on an individual hiking holiday – Tyrol offers all target groups a wonderful active experience between mountains, rivers and lakes.
- Hiking on the Lechweg Path is particularly recommended – here the route leads along the beautiful Lech river from Vorarlberg, through Tyrol and to the neighbouring Bavaria.
Our individual hiking holidays in Tyrol ensure an all-round successful active experience for all levels of hikers. Here you will find an overview of some of our hiking tours in Tyrol:
Our walking holidays in Tyrol are also ideal for a hiking tour with a dog due to the good routing and well-developed hiking paths. All hiking tours marked with a paw can be booked with a dog.
- More information, tips and tour recommendations for hiking with a dog at a glance.
There are two intangible UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tyrol:
- the Tyrolean field names (Tiroler Flurnamen), which have served as an orientation and communication aid for the population for more than 2000 years
- and the traditional irrigation technique in the Oberland (a centuries-old irrigation method in the inner alpine dry areas)
With more than 15,000 kilometers of well-signposted hiking paths, the federal state in Tyrol offers the perfect conditions for a pleasant break while hiking in quiet nature. On the routes you are always accompanied by wonderful views of the surrounding Tyrolean mountains, in the evening you can enjoy specialties of typical Tyrolean cuisine – after all, hiking in the Alps makes you hungry.
There is also a lot to discover away from the hiking paths: from the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck to the impressive Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens – highlights worth seeing that provide a successful balance to being active.