I love being in the mountains...
Hiking is the perfect "feel good" programme for body and soul. This gentle exercise in the midst of natural surroundings is soothing, reduces stress levels and strengthens the entire muscular and skeletal system. Whether young or old, sporty or leisurely, relaxed or extreme - walking is suitable for everyone and the mountains and valleys surround Mayrhofen and Hippach offer infinite opportunities in all distances and levels of difficulty. Pleasure walkers and families can easily access the high altitude landscapes at 2,000 metres above sea level with the help of the Mayrhofner Bergbahnen gondolas.
From Hut to Hut
According to mountaineering legend, Peter Habeler, the most beautiful peaks can be found in his native Zillertal. A trail has even been name after him there, the Peter-Habeler-Route.The 60 km round hike leads past 6 mountain refuge huts and around the second highest mountain in the Zillertal Alps, the Olperer. A classic for experienced mountaineers, who are comfortable hiking in high alpine terrain, is the Berlin High Trail. It leads through the heart of the Zillertal Alps Nature Park with fascinating views of the majestic summits of the Zillertal and Tux Main Alpine Ridge.
High Alpine Tours
Budding climbers as well as experienced alpine enthusiasts will find their "very own Everest" in the Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday region, either accompanied by an experienced mountain guide or on solo tours. Zillertal's highest mountains are an irresistible challenge for many, for which a climbing axe, rope, crampons, or excellent hiking boots and a healthy sense of balance are required for the climb. The Hochfeiler (3,510m), Große Möseler (3,478m) and another 80 three thousand metre high peaks await! dich! Mountain lovers will experience high-altitude euphoria as they scale the summits and enjoy the breath-taking views.