Alpine lodge hikes in Tirol: from alpine lodge to alpine lodge right through the Kitzbüheler Alpen
On an alpine lodge hike you get to enjoy the dreamy views, local speciality foods and cosy overnight options in the middle of the mountains in the Kitzbüheler Alpen, the Kaiser mountains and the Wilder Kaiser. Indulge in some tasty treats and delicacies provided by regional businesses while on a culinary hike. On this hike you can also get to know a few of the "Brixentaler KochArt" businesses. During a multi-day hike through a wide variety of landscapes in the Kitzbüheler Alpen you will come across gentle grass mountains as well as rugged mountain ranges. The contrasting landscapes are not only a real highlight for you as a visitor, everyone who lives here is inspired when they stand on a summit of the Niederkaiser in the Kaiser mountains or on the Großer Rettenstein in Spertental. On a multi-day tour you get to discover new surroundings every day.
Two recommendations for multi-day hikes from alpine lodge to alpine lodge in the Kitzbüheler Alpen can be found right here.
Tips and checklists for your alpine lodge hike through the Kitzbüheler Alpen
Multi-day tours are very demanding on your body and you have to be aware that your body cannot produce top performances day-in, day-out. Before every alpine lodge tour you have to ensure that you are in great physical condition. It is important that you plan your tour very well and that in the event of an emergency you can stop the tour. It is also important for tours from alpine lodge to alpine lodge that you can depend upon your equipment and that you really have everything with you. Checklists for your hiking holiday, with important tips, and a pack list, can be found in the attachment.
Emergency App for Tirol Mountain Rescue services
Using a Smartphone app you can notify the control centre in Tirol 'without speaking' that there is an emergency. The control centre will then automatically locate the exact location of the accident and will relay the information to the mountain rescue team. An optimised message, alarm and rescue chain is a quantum leap for contemporary mountain rescue operations . The automatic, speedier and more precise location of mountaineers who have had an accident to the control centre in Tirol means there can be a more efficient rescue, via ground and from the air. Speedier care for the patients can save lives and minimise any resulting damage. Time and costs are also saved for the rescue operation.