With snowshoes from the Glungezer to the Kreuzspitze
Ascent467 mDistance3.7 kmHighest point2693 mDuration1:22 h
Ideal conditions for snowshoe hikes: Perfect silence, except for a gentle crunching, as one walks softly and safely on the snowy surface, into which one hardly sinks at all. The region of Hall-Wattens features endless forests and amazing alpine trails, which make it a particularly popular winter hiking area.
The Hall-Wattens region can offer winter walkers a well-developed network of paths. You might want a leisurely stroll after a meal or a demanding winter walking tour. Whatever you prefer, every type of walker will find a favourite.
Breathtaking winter scenes can be found at practically every turn along the natural hiking trails in Halltal Valley – Absam, which, despite its length of only around 6 km, is one of the most versatile valleys of the Northern Limestone Alps. And the circular hiking routes through the Wattental and Voldertal Valleys, through Tulfes, Gnadenwald, Fritzens or Baumkirchen also reveal whole new sights and insights into wintry locations.
Romantic trails through snowy forests alternate with pathways beside wintry water meadows in the Inn valley and panoramic routes with great views. You can do this by yourself or join on one of our guided winter or snowshoe walks which we offer weekley from the 1st of December until the 31st of March every year.
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