"You've only really experience somewhere if your boots have touched the ground." This phrase by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe still rings true today. The range of attractions in the Karwendel Alpine Park varies from simple hikes to Alpine huts and lodges to more challenging mountain tours on exposed ridges through to longer treks over several days. So this is an ideal location for a hiking holiday in Tyrol. With or without Nordic walking poles, in a group, with friends or family, Austria's largest nature park, the "Alpenpark Karwendel", offers hiking opportunities across all difficulty levels.
You can hike along the Adlerweg, Tyrol's guided hiking trail, in stages or follow the Way of St. James that also leads through the Hall-Wattens region. The Zirbenweg on the opposite side of the valley from the Glungezer up to the Patscherkofel is very popular with families.
Let yourself be charmed by the beautiful mountain panorama and the diversity of nature while hiking in the Karwendel! Whether on a pleasant hike or after conquering the summit, rustic Alpine lodges and huts entice you in to stop off for a refreshment during your hiking holiday in Tyrol.