Zugspitze (2962 m) - Cable car, hiking route, huts ...
December 9th, 2022
The highest point in Germany is the 2,963 meters high Zugspitze in the Alps. It is ideal climbing terrain for lovers of height, but we recommend it to those who prefer easier hikes, as you can go up with a cable car. From the top, you can enjoy the panorama of four countries while eating and drinking in the country's highest mountain hut. At the top, you find Germany's most beautiful roof terrace, where a unique 360° panorama opens up all year round. From there, you can count 400 Alpine peaks f
Grossglockner (3798 m) Austria - Climbing routes, huts ...
November 16th, 2022
Austria's highest peak, the Grossglockner, is one of the most popular peaks among climbers. The mountain group, located not far from Ankogel and the Krimml waterfall, is one of the jewels of the Hohe Tauern National Park. If you have been planning to climb the Grossglockner for a long time, now you will find all the important and necessary information to make your summit attack a success! And if you're just hearing about it for the first time, but you love mountain adventures and are interested
Grawa Waterfall Guide 2022 - Parking, prices, trails ...
November 14th, 2022
The 85-meter-wide Grawa waterfall in Tyrol is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the province. The Krimml waterfall's little sister is fed by the Sulzaubach river. Its height can reach 120-180 meters. A viewing point area has been created at the foot of the waterfall, where you can sunbathe and eat the sandwich you brought. A short, child-friendly, and easy program for the whole family. The Grawafall is one of the widest waterfalls in Austria! Regardless of the season, it is always worth a
Stuibenfall Guide 2022 - Tyrol's highest waterfall
November 2nd, 2022
The highest waterfall in Tyrol is the 159-meter-high Stuibenfall. It dazzles passers-by with its enormous water amount. An exciting point during the trail is an 80-meter-long steel suspension bridge over the deep chasm. It will test your courage (and knee). The waterfall carries water from the Horlachbach river. It can be reached with an easy, family-friendly hike. A path of wooden steps leads up to the waterfall, which consists of no less than 700 steps. Overview Stuibenfall Detai
Wolfsklamm gorge Guide 2022 - Parking, opening hours, route ...
October 31st, 2022
The Wolfsklamm (Wolf Gorge) is one of the most beautiful gorges in Tyrol. There are wooden platforms and bridges along the gorge. The 5 km hike leads you through the spectacular canyon. The gorge is one of the most popular attractions in the Inn valley. The path, squeezed between narrow rock walls, leads over the emerald-green waters of the Stanserbach river. Thanks to the cool and humid weather, a jungle-like experience awaits you in the gorge as various plants, ferns, and shrubs overgrow the
Zillertal Mountain and Ski Guides
January 12th, 2022
Zillertal mountain guides have a high reputation regarding any mountain-related sports. They are key figures from the beginning of alpinism to the present day in Austria and beyond. The Zillertal area is so diverse that even other Austrian guides speak highly about it. Association of Austrian Mountain and Ski Guides The training covers the whole range of alpine mountaineering in theory and practice. The preparation courses for the mountain guide aptitude test are arranged in such a way that
Leutaschklamm Geisterklamm - Opening hours, parking, trails ...
October 14th, 2020
A lesser-known but all the more fabulous gorge lies on the border of Austria and Germany. It is the Leutasch gorge on the border of Bavaria and Tyrol, originally called Leutaschklamm or Leutascher Geisterklamm. While the Bear Gorge or the Ötschergraben are famous all over Europe, many local families visit the Bavarian Alps and the Tyrolean mountains. Perhaps you have already seen pictures of the gorge, the most famous of which is the high bridge above. One of the surprising features of the gorg
Burgenwelt Ehrenberg Castle, Tyrol 2022
October 14th, 2020
If you love castles, ruins, history, and Tyrol, don't miss out on Ehrenberg Castle. Right on the German border, the castle ruins are a real treat for the eyes and feet - as you can walk comfortably between the buildings in the area. An ideal program not only for families with children but also for couples and lone wolves, we couldn’t recommend the half-day program more. Ehrenberg Castle has already been mentioned in one of our previous articles as one of Tyrol's most beautiful and family-friend
Top 13 Gorges in Tirol - Photos, parking, trails ...
September 28th, 2020
When visiting Tyrol, you cannot come home without visiting at least one of the beautiful 13 gorges. The fabulous region is full of wild canyons just waiting for you to explore. You can easily find a family-friendly one that the children will also love. Examples include the Leutaschklamm (see the main picture) or the Wolfsklamm. There are 13 gorges in Tyrol, which have been mapped and recommended by the Tyrolean Tourist Board. All of these are officially accessible, mapped routes. Opening
Top 6 Castles of Tyrol - Photos, opening hours, parking ...
September 28th, 2020
Old, historic castles always provide a very special experience for their visitors. Not only do they offer us a beautiful sight, but they have a colourful past dating back centuries. Tyrol has not only gorges and waterfalls but also castles - and their ruins. From these lesser-known castles, it was not difficult for us to select a few. If you are also interested in history and want to admire the buildings and their amazing architecture (or their ruins), then Tyrol may be the perfect destination
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