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Hiking holidays in Austria

Spend your summer holidays in Tyrol and explore the Kaiserwinkl region.

The world looks different from above! The hiking region of Kaiserwinkl features an extensive network of hiking trails. Here you will find everything from leisurely strolls to challenging mountain expeditions - the landscape offers something for everyone. There are almost endless possibilities for getting to know the beautiful Tyrolean Alps in the Kaiserwinkl region. Over 200 km of hiking trails and routes of varying levels of difficulty will lead you through this impressive part of the world.

Themed hikes in the Kaiserwinkl region

Try something new! A variety of themed hikes will let you experience nature in a totally new way:

  • Myths and legends from the Kaiserwinkl region – exciting stories from the past!
  • Along the border – explore the border between Bavaria and Austria
  • Medicinal herbs – learn about the medicinal properties of local herbs
  • Full moon walk – see the mountains in a different light
  • Alpine cheese tasting – combine your hike with delicious cheese
  • Nature walk – learn more about the local flora and fauna
  • Barefoot hike – activate your senses


Guided hikes through the Kaiser Mountains

During your lakeside holiday, you will have the opportunity to book a variety of guided day or half-day tours through the Kaiser Mountains.

Please note:

  • All hikes are suitable for children or those with limited mobility, since we want everyone to experience the unique natural surroundings. During your leisurely hike, we will tell you all sorts of interesting facts about the region.
  • Please bring: appropriate clothing, hiking shoes, a backpack, rain coat, possibly hiking poles, a snack and a drink.

No way too far: the Adlerweg track

Hiking in Tyrol has its own name: the Adlerweg. This long-distance hiking trail covers the entire region and tells the charming story of a place with many corners and edges:

  • Stage 91: Experience a beautiful trail leading from the Stripsenjochushaus cabin over the Feldalmsattel pasture. Here, you will cross high alpine pastures on the way to our viewing point atop the Heuberg Mountain. From there, the trail leads us over the Gwirchtalm pastures and back to Lake Walchsee.
  • Stage 92: From Lake Walchsee, this hike takes us past the Schwemm moor (Northern Tyrol’s largest surviving moorland) and on to the Brennkopf Mountain via a turnoff located shortly before the Moarhof golf course. From there, we continue past the Wanderberghuette cabin and the Ackernalm pasture to the Prienerhuette cabin. After that, the trail leads us to the Karalm pasture via the Breitenstein pass. From there we walk back down the valley to the Edenalm pasture and to our final destination, the village of Koessen.

Hiking in Tyrol: The Kaiserwinkl hiking pass

The Kaiserwinkl hiking pass lets old traditions live on. Get yourself a pass from the information office in either Koessen or Walchsee, or download the free smartphone app “SummitLynx” on to your mobile phone. Then use the pass to collect stamps from all your hiking locations and trade them in for hiking pins!

If you have any questions regarding your holiday in Tyrol, please do not hesitate to contact us at the Seehotel Brunner!

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All prices are per person/day, including the Seehotel gourmet half-board and excluding the local tax of € 1.90 per person/day. Find out more about our included services! The Seehotel's "ADDED VALUE"


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