Hiking around Innsbruck
Hiking fun for all the family
Explore Innsbruck’s mountains and enjoy the magnificent panorama with views of the Inntal Valley from 2,000 m above sea level – the numerous footpaths around Tyrol’s state capital offer the perfect route for every taste.
Whether you enjoy a leisurely stroll or prefer a real mountain challenge: the peaks around Innsbruck are a true paradise for nature lovers. The Innsbruck Almenweg trail offers hiking fun for visitors of all ages. Many of the footpaths through the low mountains take the form of broad forest trails and are therefore also suitable for pushchairs – ideal for excursions with children.
Magnificent vantage points and benches provide plenty of opportunity to have a rest, as do the numerous mountain huts and catered lodges. They are usually open from mid-May until mid-October.
The walking tours start by train
The Karwendel Nature Park offers unspoilt nature in the immediate surroundings of Innsbruck. Rare species of plants and animals can be found in the 920 m2 nature protection area to be admired and observed by hikers. The Hungerburgbahn runs from Innsbruck up to the Karwendel. The Via Alpina, a 5,000 km long footpath through all of the Alpine states, also runs through this magnificent landscape.