A hiking holiday in Tyrol
Hiking tours around the Hotel Bierwirt
Innsbruck is world-famous as a winter sports metropolis and Olympic city. And Tyrol’s state capital has a great deal to offer in summer too: numerous hiking and Alpine trails make Innsbruck’s mountains a must for hikers.
Go hiking at 2,000 m above sea level and savour the magnificent panoramic views over the Inntal Valley. You don’t have to be a top athlete or mountain enthusiast to derive pleasure from a hiking holiday in Innsbruck. The Innsbruck Alpine trail winds its way through the holiday villages of Mutters, Götzens, Birgitz, Axams and Grinzens, offering fun and excitement for all the family.
The following areas around Innsbruck are perfect for hiking:
- Karwendel mountains –Karwendel Nature Park
- Rangger Köpfl hiking area
- Rosskogelhütte lodge
- ‘Sellraintaler Höhenweg’ Alpine trail
Hiking as an experience
Savouring the early morning from the peak of a mountain is something everyone should experience at least once in their lives. During a sunrise walk on the Rangger Köpfl, the sun paints the skies fiery red behind the eastern mountains. Late risers should sign up for a lantern walk to the Natterer Boden and to Heiligwasser. As a reward, you can enjoy unforgettable views of the Inntal Valley’s sea of lights.