SummerWinter
Menu

Hiking

The Tyrol's largest country park - the Alpenpark Karwendel, picturesque valleys and famous mountain peaks, but also leisurely strolls in the valley. Dedicated hillwalkers and keen nature-lovers will not be disappointed by what they find in the Hall-Wattens region. Both the Eagles' Trail (known as the Adlerweg and the newest signposted footpath) and the Way of St James (Jakobsweg) pass through the region.

With friends or with family, with or without Nordic walking poles; whatever kind of walker you are; you will find you own personal "walking paradise" somewhere in the Hall-Wattens region. To round off the "mountain experience", there are the Alpine pastures and a good number of cosy mountain huts en route for that much-needed refreshments stop.

Walking maps of the region (Karwendel and Tux Alpine foothills) available from the tourist board free of charge.

WALKING AND MOUNTAIN-CLIMBING

Nature Watch
Nature Watch

You've never seen nature like this before! Experience ibex, chamois and golden eagles at close quarters on guided tours.

More
Scenic hiking tours
Scenic hiking tours

These include the Karwendel tour, the historic circular route, and the breathtaking Stone Pine Path (Zirbenweg)

More
Karwendel Nature Park
Karwendel Nature Park

The Karwendel Nature Park between the River Inn and the River Isar, Lake Achensee and the Seefelder Senke lowlands. It is a conservation area with plenty of sites of special interest...

More

Please note:
The Hall-Wattens region tourist board accepts no liability or responsibility whatsoever for any injuries or accidents that may occur. These tours are subjective impressions of possible routes and in no way do they replace a thorough study of maps or tour guides. The tourist board makes no claim to their accuracy or completeness.