Hut to hut tour along the Berlin High Trail
The Berlin High Trail is one of the "Great Walks Tirol" and a high alpine round tour with hut-to-hut hiking connections, during which you become acquainted with the primeval landscapes of the Zillertal Alps.
TREKKING ALONG THE BERLIN HIGH TRAIL
The Berlin High Trail is a high alpine hiking tour, walking from hut to hut through the heart of the Zillertal Alps Nature Park. A great way to discover the original landscapes of the Zillertal Alps and its majestic peaks including the Hochfeiler (3,509 m), Großer Möseler (3,478 m) and Olperer (3,476 m).
The Trekking Package includes:
- 2 to 7 night stay incl. half board in the mountain huts (sleeping in a dormitory))
- Zillertal Mitte and West Alpine Association hiking maps
- booklet (information about the Naturpark region in Germain)
- bus vouchers
Walking the entire Berlin High Trail from the Gamshütte near Finkenberg to the Karl-von-Edel-Hütte in Mayrhofen will necessitate 7 overnight stays.
Number of nights
Members of Alpine Clubs
No Alpine Club Membership
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on booking the Trekking Package
The book of vouchers can be purchased direct from the office of Hochgebirgs Naturpark Zillertaler Alpen. It is possible to book from the comfort of home, and after payment has been received the documents will either be sent to you by post or deposited for your collection at the Naturpark office
The vouchers are valid for an entire season – depending on the weather, from around mid June to the end of September. It is possible to use the book of vouchers in stages spread over a whole season. For various reasons, however, it is NOT possible to carry them over in to the next year. The ideal time to walk the Berlin High Trail is from mid July to mid September.
PLEASE NOTE: Not turning up for pre-reserved nights in a mountain hut will result in a cancellation fee of up to 100% of the total overnight costs for each mountain hut/lodge!
Walking the Berlin High Trail is suitable for everyone really. You should bring good walking shoes, hiking poles, endurance, stamina and certainly a little bit of hiking experience with you. It’s also beneficial to have a good head for heights – apart from that, no specialist climbing equipment or crampons are required. It is not necessary to carry a GPS device.
Please contact the Zillertal Alps Nature Park directly for trekking package bookings and/or advance reservations for the mountain huts.
Hochgebirgs-Naturpark Zillertaler Alpen
Tel. +43 5286 52181
The Berlin High Trail is one of the six most spectacular long-distance hiking trails in Tyrol.
Trail conditions, scenic experience, mountain hut infrastructure, technical requirements, special highlights: The jury of experts had to examine a whole range of criteria in order to select the six "Great Walks” from over 20 Tyrolean long distance hiking trails, which cover hundreds of kilometres in distance and tens of thousands of metres in altitude.
What are the distinguishing features of the "Great Walks"?
The opportunity to escape from everyday life, experience real adventures and immerse yourself in particularly beautiful alpine mountain landscapes. Most of the walks lead through high-alpine terrain and are challenging, even for experienced hikers: Those who decide to take on one or several of these challenges will, however, be richly rewarded with majestic views and memories for a lifetime.