The Classic: Walking holiday in Tyrol

Austria: hiking holidays with a storybook ending

Hand on heart: if you think about hiking in Austria there is one place that immediately pops into your head: the Tyrol. Snow-capped mountain peaks, lush alps and the unique charm of the people there. Hence Eurohike naturally offers hiking tours with various levels of difficulty all across the Tyrol.There are holidays for everyone, from leisurely walkers to challenging trekking tour-enthusiasts. What they all have in common is the comfortable way to enjoy your holiday: your luggage will be transported from one hotel to the next and will always be there before you arrive.

2019
Hiker with mountain panorama
Hike to the peak with view of the hut
Mountains with path sign
Hiking tour with panorama view of the mountains and hut
Fascinating farmhouses along the hiking trails
Hiker in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Cross on the summit of the hikint tour
hiking break in hut in Karwendel mountains
Panorama with view of the mountains and hinking paths
Grassy sheep in the hiking landscape
Tour character
Trekking
(8)
Austria / Germany

Trans Tyrol: Garmisch - Innsbruck

8 Days | Self-guided tour
An inexhaustible selection of peaks, mountain trails and cosy mountain huts: the trekking tour on the Tirolerweg between Garmisch and Innsbruck leaves nothing to be desired. You cross the national park Karwendel up to the Nordkette, where you float with a cable car down to the Innsbrucker valley. Fresh mountain air, high alpine flora and fauna and great panoramas accompany you on this hike. Details about the Tirolerweg from Garmisch to Innsbruck Mountain enthusiasts and experienced hikers will feel at home on the Tirolerweg. The eight-day trekking tour through the Wetterstein and Karwandel mountains can hardly be surpassed in terms of variety: wildly romantic mountain scenery, blooming alpine landscapes, snow-covered glaciers and rocky edges frame the journey. Spend two days in the deepest Karwendel mountain range – on the Halleranger Alm. Not only does the Isar spring from it, but the Alm is also home to the 2,331-metre-high Sunntiger Spitze. At the top you will find a peak overlooking the surrounding mountains. A challenging hike to create unforgettable memories! Highlights of the Tirolerweg at a glance: Impressive ridge and mountain trails: The daily tours run through imposing gorges and dizzying heights. Vast views of the surrounding mountains are guaranteed! Karwendel National Park: It’s difficult to make a choice. Countless beautiful places and hiking trails are in the Karwendel. Whether the Großer Ahornboden, the Gleirschklamm or the Hafelekar, let yourself be enchanted by the mountain panorama of Tyrol. King Ludwigs Schachen Castle: From the outside it’s rather simple, but the castle houses splendid rooms inside. Be amazed! Useful information about the Tirolerweg The hiking tour begins in the province of Tyrol with the German neighbours. After an overnight stay we start the day from Garmisch-Partenkirchen with a circular hike to the Höllentalklamm gorge at the foot of the Zugspitze. On day two you reach the Wetterstein Mountains and the imposing Schachen Castle. The hike to Scharnitz especially, will make any mountaineers heart fly. From rocky landscapes to small valleys and pass crossings, everything is included. This trekking tour is one of the most demanding and is only recommended for experienced hikers. You will hike between four and a half and seven and a half hours daily, through high alpine terrain in parts. On the sixth day you have the opportunity to take a break – or to climb a summit in the Karwendel Mountains.
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2019
Moderate walking at Salzburg’s Jacobs Pilgrim’s Trail
Tour character
Walking
(3)
Austria

Pilgrim Trail from Salzburg to Tyrol

8 Days | Self-guided tour
The Salzburg Jakobsweg takes you from one landmark to another as it winds through the foothills of the Alps and across the German border into the Bavarian Rupertiwinkel. The archiepiscopal Salzburg, the inner mountains of Tyrol and impressive churches all line the path and reward you for your efforts. Experience it yourself, and find inner peace in your very individual pilgrimage on the Salzburg Jakobsweg. Details on the pilgrimage route in Salzburg & Tyrol The Jakobsweg takes its name from the disciple, and later patron saint of Spain – James. The saint has been revered as the patron saint of pilgrims since the ninth century and has since become king of the pilgrimage. The hiking route through Salzburg and Tyrol takes you past impressive mountain worlds and grand residences. Does that sound like the pilgrimage you have read about? Then don’t hesitate to do it like the many pilgrims before! Book this trip with Eurohike and experience an unforgettable hiking trip in the west of Austria. Highlights of the pilgrimage trail in Salzburg & Tyrol at a glance Excursion to the Trumer Lakes: In the north of Salzburg, water lovers are spoiled for choice. Three lakes (Obertrumer See, Mattsee and Grabensee) offer enough possibilities to take a dip.   Crossing the border into the Rupertiwinkel: The Bavarian name ‘Rupertiwinkel’ has been given for a reason. The area is named after St. Rupert, today’s patron saint of Salzburg.    Gorges and waterfalls: In Unken and Waidring you hike past raging streams and rushing mountain falls. Useful information about the pilgrimage trail in Salzburg & Tyrol Your very special pilgrimage in the footsteps of St. Jakob begins with the journey to the Trumer Lakes. The Salzburg Jakobsweg then takes you through this lake district, into the old town of Salzburg and on to Großgmain, Bad Reichenhall, Unken and Lofer to the Tyrolean border. The daily routes are easy and mostly on paved roads. Two longer stages can also be shortened by bus on request. On average, you hike for around five hours a day, covering between 15 and 20 kilometres.
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2019
Relaxed hiking break in the green meadow
Tour character
Mountain Walking
(9)
Austria

Salzburg’s Peaks & Kitzbühel Alps

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Every day greet new, impressive scenery as you meet a new mountain! If that is your wish, then the high altitude hike in the Salzburg peaks and Kitzbühel Alps is just the trip for you. Be it the Steinernes Meer with the rugged peaks of Leogang, the Loferer Steinberge or the double summit of the Pinzgauer Grasberge. On the hike you catch a glimpse of Austria’s highest peaks while enjoying Pinzgau’s culinary delights. Details of the high altitude hike in Salzburgs peaks & Kitzbühel Alps Do you like nothing better than flower-covered alpine landscapes and far-reaching views? Then the hike in the Pinzgau and Pillerseetal is perfect! Not only do you wander in the Steinernes Meer, with its rugged peaks, you also visit well-known holiday resorts. So Saalbach Hinterglemm, Zell am See or the Pillerseetal in Tyrol cannot be missed. In addition to the view of 30 three-thousanders on the Pinzgauer Höhenweg, you will also be spoiled with the culinary delights on offer. Food with Austrian names such as ‘Bladln’, ‘Buchteln’ and ‘Nidei’ will re-charge your batteries. They also taste absolutely delicious! Highlights of the high-altitude hike of the Salzburg peaks & Kitzbühel Alps at a glance: Zell am See and Saalbach holiday towns: Via the Lichtenberg Castle you reach the historic town of Saalfelden. Pillerseetal in the Steinbergen & Kitzbühel Alps: A lonely pass takes you between the Leogang and Loferer Steinberge mountains to Tyrol. Views of Austria’s highest peaks: The ‘King of the Mountains’, the Großglockner, the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier, the Hohe and Niedere Tauern and the Bavarian Alps. Useful information about the mountain hike in the Salzburg Peaks & Kitzbühel Alps You start your eight-day high-altitude tour with a magnificent summit hike across the Kammerreggalm to the Schwalbenwand. You can expect an unforgettable hiking tour with fabulous views of the uniquely shaped mountain massif. In the footsteps of the pilgrims, you will hike through the fantastic high moors and through sunny pastures to the historic town of Saalfelden. The idyllic tour continues through the Gieseltal and along the wildly romantic riverbeds to the Pillerseetal. Finally, you will be rewarded with a view of the Kitzbühel Alps, which you can enjoy from the comfort of a swinging cable car. Over eight days you will conquer trails at altitude, covering approximately 15 kilometres per day. Mostly you hike on paths. However, this tour requires sure-footedness and a head for heights! Good basic condition is beneficial. Panoramic views and fresh mountain air – book your own personal hiking tour through the mountains of Salzburg and Tyrol!
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Panorama with view of the mountains and hinking paths

The Tyrol: hiking paradise in Austria

A saying goes: ‚If you embark on a journey, you always have plenty to tell afterwards.’ There would be a lot to tell regarding the topic of ‚the Tyrol’. Starting with the picturesque scenery located between mountains and valleys for instance. Or the breaks on a wooden bench amidst unspoilt nature. Not to forget the culinary delights, which are hearty, since the Tyroleans have a reputation to be hungry all the time. Tyrolean ‚Käsespätzle’, smoked ham and Schnaps are only a few of the regional specialities. Served with a heart-felt smile the most simple slice of buttered bread can taste like a Michelin-starred dish.

Hiker in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Walking tours in the cordeal Tyrol

Another characteristic Tyrolean feature is the cordiality. You arrive as a guest and depart as a friend. And this is not just because of the one or two shots of pear spirit you have enjoyed with one another. It is the scenery, which has this joyful effect on the locals. Densely wooded mountain slopes and peaks, which remain snow-capped even during summer, sum up the charm of the Tyrol. During your trekking tour between mountains and valleys you get the chance to get some peace and recharge your batteries. The comfortable mountain huts and accommodations do one last thing and transform you trip into a perfect holiday experience.

Experience the Tyrol as fast or as leisurely as you please. Only you determine the pace of your hiking holiday. So you have plenty of freedom during the day to enjoy the surroundings, Eurohike takes your luggage directly to your next accommodation on a daily basis.

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