Hiking near Kufstein – time to be happy
Escape everyday life, put on your hiking boots and set out into the fascinating nature – this is hiking in Kufstein and environs! Our hotel in Ebbs is embedded amidst this impressive mountain world of Zahmer and Wilder Kaiser, offering you an unforgettable hiking holiday in Tyrol. Follow one of the well-groomed hiking trails on all levels of difficulty, breathe in the clear mountain air, enjoy the heavenly mountain views and experience nothing but holiday bliss.
Hiking near Kufstein – the right tour for everyone
Hiking near Kufstein means you get to choose between an incredible variety of trails and tours. In the Kaiser mountain range you find about 1,000 km of perfectly signposted hiking trails. Whether you fancy simple, relaxing walks around the glistening natural lakes, leisurely family walks across juicy pastures and soft forest trails, eventful round walks in front of the backdrop of the magical mountains or challenging mountain and climbing tours in airy heights – during your hiking holiday in Tyrol you can be sure to find the tour that makes for you.
Your hiking holiday in Tyrol at Wilder and Zahmer Kaiser
In 2016 over one million Austrians have named the renowned Kaisertal nature reserve in the Kufsteinerland the most beautiful place in the country. This award shows that not only guests but also locals love hiking in Kufstein and environs. Explore some of the most popular destinations in Tyrol during your hikes: the Tischofer cave with the oldest primeval finds in Tyrol, the romantic Antonius chapel in the Kaisertal valley or the Stripsenjoch (1,577 metres), marking the passage between the mountains Zahmer and Wilder Kaiser.
Hiking in the Kufsteinerland means unforgettable adventures in pristine nature. Here there is only one lift, the Kufstein Kaiserlift. This chair lift has been renovated in 2015 and takes you to the Brentenjoch mountain station in only 20 minutes where you are welcomed with unparalleled views. Here you can embark on fantastic tours: to the Alpine pastures of Steinberg, to the Walleralm or down to the Kaisertal valley. Other popular hiking destinations near Kufstein are the panoramic mountains Pendling, Spitzstein and Kranzhorn. And did you know that the Adler trail, the Tyrolean long-distance hiking trail, leads right across the Kufsteinerland?
Interesting themed walks for your hike near Kufstein
One highlight during a hiking holiday in Tyrol are the varied themed walks for the whole family. On the Bad Häring health trail you will learn all kinds of worthwhile facts about nature in general and the effect of mud baths, Kneipp treatments and sulphur water in particular. Another lovely hiking destination in Tyrol is the adventure trail in Bad Häring following the trail of the knights. Tyrol’s only spa town boasts a long history in mining mountain.
The cross-border eco culture trail at Niederndorferberg showcases the interplay of nature, agriculture and tradition at the example of a natural mountain farm region. The “Dreamfactory” themed walk around the Thiersee lake on the other hand is centred on the local film history.
Also the fairy-tale trails in the Kufstein holiday region offer many interesting stations which are suitable for children – a total of 17 routes with 4 to 5 fantastic fairy-tale spots respectively. On the historic round walk in Kufstein you can find out more about the adventurous history of the town with the fort.
Mountaineering and climbing in Tyrol
Not only hikers will get their money’s worth in Kufstein, but also mountaineers and climbers. The Kaiser mountain range offers fascinating climbing tours and is one of the most popular climbing regions in the Alps, making it the ideal setting for a varied hiking and climbing holiday in Tyrol.
The high-rope courses in Ebbs and Walchensee are suitable for beginners as well as for intermediates and reachable from our hotel near Kufstein in ca. 15 minutes by car. Also the climbing tower at the Inn river, the new climbing hall at the M4 shopping centre in Wörgl and the mountain climbing school Wilder Kaiser are popular meeting points for climbers and hikers in the Kufsteinerland.
And if you need the one or other personal climbing tip: Simply ask your host Harald – he has climbed the world’s highest peaks and will provide you with lots of insider facts about climbing and hiking in Kufstein and environs.