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Geocaching in Tyrol - exciting modern treasure hunt

Geocaching is becoming more and more popular and is on everyone's lips! This modern form of scavenger hunt or treasure hunt is incredible fun for the whole family and makes a hike entertaining and exciting. Not that the nature in the Hall-Wattens region needs additional incentives, because the mountain scenery between the Karwendel and the Tux Alps speaks for itself. But a geocaching tour immerses you even deeper into the wonderful landscape of our region. There are now a total of 7 geocaching routes in the region - both in the valley and high up in the mountains. From short family tours to challenging power trails, there is certainly something for everyone.

Geocaching involves searching for geographical coordinates using an outdoor GPS device or a GPS-enabled mobile phone or app. A geocache is usually a waterproof container that contains a logbook and often also various small exchange items. The visitor can sign a logbook to document his or her successful search. Afterwards, the geocache is hidden again in the same place where it was found before.

We wish you lots of fun on your treasure hunt in the Hall-Wattens region!

Geocaching hikes in the Hall-Wattens region

Experience active days in the Hall-Wattens region. Our region promises many sporting moments, be it hiking, cycling, climbing or swimming. The Glungezer is the optimal hiking and skiing paradise. In the Karwendel Nature Park, nature-loving people will find a special flora and fauna that is second to none.

We are happy to help you find the perfect accommodation. The guest card of our region offers our visitors numerous advantages and discounts. Our extensive summer and winter week programme offers numerous exciting sporting but also cultural activities.