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 2023
October 14th, 2020
If you love castles, ruins, history, and Tyrol, don't miss 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-friendly ruin
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
Innsbruck Top 17 Attractions - with Maps and Photos
September 27th, 2020
Innsbruck is the centre of the Tyrol province and one of Austria's most famous cities. Named after the Inn River, the alpine town is a natural paradise for nature lovers. In winter, skiers and snowboarders, and in summer, hikers take over the countryside. Due to its location and environment, Innsbruck is a popular destination where those who want to relax and rest can easily find suitable programs for themselves. We are now trying to help you with this, as we have gathered all the main sights a
Bike Parks near Innsbruck
September 21st, 2020
The names of Tyrol and Innsbruck are already intertwined. The Tyrolean province is also a centre of hiking, skiing, and cycling, so this time, we are mapping the adrenaline parks around Innsbruck. The gardens are ideal for families with children, but groups of friends will also be looking forward to an exciting day. There are two outstanding bicycle parks in the vicinity of Innsbruck. In our current article, we are taking a closer look at the following parks. * Bikepark Innsbruck (25 minutes
Maps of Tyrol 2023 – Useful information and maps
September 17th, 2020
Everyone is familiar with the name Tyrol, as the area is perhaps the most famous province in Europe. The region in Austria is one of the strongholds of skiing, while in summer, those looking for an active hike in the Alps. Families with children are happy to explore gorges, do rafting, or hike into the green valleys. 💡On a German map, you will find Tyrol as "Tirol", and "Tirolo" in Italian. History of Tyrol The region got its name from the Italian counties of Tyrol, who came from the prese
Krimml Waterfall 2023 - Map, parking, details ...
June 23rd, 2020
You don't need to travel to Iceland, or Canada, to find "those" huge and amazing waterfalls. You only need to go to Austria. Krimml waterfall (Krimmler Wasserfälle) is located at the edge of the Western part of Salzburg, Austria - humbly in the heart of Europe. You can find the Grossglockner and Zillertal within an hour or so. This giant fall is Europe's highest waterfall - and for many, it's also the most spectacular. Let's see why! It's good to know that the hiking route to the waterfall is c
Jürgen Haider on Trekhunt
December 19th, 2019
We are more than happy to welcome one of our new partners - Jürgen Haider, on Trekhunt. He is a true free spirit, a professional snowboard guide, who is passionate about what he is doing: Splitboarding and Freeriding He is no ordinary guide. Not only he holds an Austrian snowboarding state certificate, but he also provides unique journeys all over the world. Video About Jürgen Jürgen's passion for snowboarding started at the age of twelve when his dad gave him a promo snowboard (
Christoph Garber, Zillertal - Ski and Mountain Guide
November 5th, 2019
Despite his young age, Christoph already has a fantastic track record as a mountain and ski guide. He traveled all over the world, to discover the world's top ski and mountain-heavy countries. He had experiences from Canada, Pakistan, Georgia, and he even led expeditions to the Himalayas. Take a look at his highlights: * Catskiing and heliskiing in Georgia (winter 17/18) * Expedition leader in the Himalayas (Dhaulagiri VII 2018) * Heliskiguide in British Columbia, Canada (Winter 18/19