||Hiking Trails around Innsbruck |
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||Innsbruck Almenweg |
This exciting path starts off as a forest track and follows a level or gently ascending gradient (difference in altitude approx. 100m) from the Kreither Alm (1492 m) via the Raitiser Alm (1553 m) and Mutterer Alm (1608 m) to the Götzner Alm (1542 m).
||Zirbenweg - Patscherkofel - Glungezer|
This 7 km (4.4 miles) long, almost flat mountain promenade is located at an elevation of 2000m in the Patscherkofel-Zirmberg nature reserve. It leads through an ancient forest of stone pines and offers a breathtaking panorama and a stunning view of the Inn Valley.
||The Tirol Adlerweg |
Hiking on the wings of the eagle. The eagle represents the traits of freedom and independence, width and power, and soars with grandeur and dignity over Tirol's glorious mountain scenery. The same grandeur and dignity is what you will experience by discovering the Adlerweg, the new long-distance main trail through Tirol.
||The Karwendel Alpine Park|
The Karwendel Alpine Park offers beautiful landscapes of international importance. Conveniently located right at the doorstep of the Tyroleans. Open throughout the year.
||Idyllic ride in the stage coach |
Discovering the wonderful low mountain range across beautiful mountain area and woods by riding in a romantic horse-drawn carriage turns into an unforgettable experience.
||Nordpark: Seegrube - Hafelekar|
Mountains have never been so close. Up to the Hafelekar within 20 minutes.