Hiking in Tyrol
Explore the Zillertal Mountains on foot
Hiking is the perfect "feel good" programme for body and soul. Gentle exercise in nature has a naturally soothing effect, alleviates everyday stress, the entire musculoskeletal system is gently strengthened. Regardless of young or old, sporty or leisurely - anyone can hike, and the mountains and valleys around Mayrhofen and Hippach offer nigh-on infinite possibilities to do so in all distances and levels of difficulty.
Pleasure hikers and families can also sample the pleasures of high alpine tours without having to master the first 2,000 metre ascent themselves, by catching one of the gondolas of the Mayrhofner Bergbahnen Cable Car Co.
Our tip: The Zillertal Activcard is the perfect companion for all those who prefer not to use their car while on holiday.
Routes in Mayrhofen-Hippach
Discover the most diverse routes around Mayrhofen-Hippach. The extremely well-developed network of routes has something to suit every level of ability. Decide for yourself which is the most suitable and have fun browsing!
High Alpine Information & Nature Park Information
High Alpine Information
A specialist guide from the Tyrolean Mountain Guides Association will be on hand until 17.09. to answer your questions. He/she will be at Europahaus to provide information on alpine and high altitude tours, as well as the topics of walking, hiking and climbing.
DATES: (02.07. - 17.09.)
Monday: 08.00 - 10.00 hrs
Wednesday & Friday: 15.30 - 17.30 hrs
Nature Park Information
A Nature Park mountain guide is on hand to provide information on the Nature Park region and advice on suitable hikes & summit tours, as well as information on prevailing conditions in the area and more...
DATES: (18.06. - 17.09.)
every Monday from 08.00 - 12.00 hrs at Europahaus
Hiking from hut to hut
Mountaineering legend Peter Habeler may be known for his cutting-edge ascents in the world’s biggest mountains, but for him, the most beautiful peaks are here at home in the Zillertal Valley. For this reason he gave his name to the Peter-Habeler Route. Hike from hut to hut with overnight stays along the Peter-Haberler Route, the Berlin High Trail, or even beyond the country's borders while crossing the Alps on on the Transalp route.
Walking with the Family
Simple routes for families with small children or pram-friendly paths are of course also to be found in the Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday region. Especially interesting for families: family discounts provided by the Zillertal Activcard!
Zillertal Mountain Guides
Explore the mountains together with a professional guide. If you are unsure about where to go and require assistance in planning your hike, then contact the Zillertal mountain guides, who are happy to provide helpful advice.
|Zillertal Alpin||T: +43 664 9141742||www.zillertal-alpin.at|
|Actionclub Zillertal||T: +43 5285 62977||www.actionclub-zillertal.at|
|Alpinschule Mountain Sports||T: +43 664 3120266||www.mountain-sports-zillertal.com|
|Natur Sport||T: +43 676 3070000||www.natursport.at|
|eFact - Incentives & Events||T: +43 664 1401520||www.incentive-events.at|
|ROCKnSNOW||T: +43 664 4065650||www.rocknsnow.at|
|Daniel Kopp||T: +43 676 4371411||www.daniel-kopp.at|
|Alpinschule Schiestl||T: +43 664 4621549||www.alpinschule-schiestl.at|
|Alpine-Guiding Florian Wechselberger||T: +43 664 3508660||www.alpine-guiding.at|
|Benjamin Bliem||T: +43 664 75051864|