Running in Brixen im Thale means running in natural surroundings, through meadows and forests and along rushing streams; places where you get to re-energise. Countless kilometres of run routes throughout the region set runners' hearts alight. Balanced running routes of a variety of lengths and difficulty levels tempt guests and locals alike to explore the dreamy surroundings in Brixen im Thale and the surrounding area. Nordic Walking is a sport for everyone. Whether you are new to the sport, or are a pro, everyone will find a perfect training route here. Well thought-out guidance systems take guests to the loveliest viewing points in Brixen and right across the Kitzbüheler Alpen. Yet fitness isn't overlooked. From snappy mountain walking routes to an easy valley circuit; it's all here.
Certified running parks and running specialists in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
What is it that makes specialists, specialists? Quite simply - their excellent offer, which is optimum for running. The expert running and walking centres in Tirol and in the Kitzbüheler Alpen in particular provide inspiration with a variety of attractive routes, in all difficulty levels. Clear signposting, trained running and walking instructors complete the offer.
Centres of running expertise in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
Run and Walk Park Hopfgarten
Run and Walk Park Wörgl
Run and Walk Park Itter
A few suggestions for running routes and Nordic Walking routes in Brixental can be found here
The Auner Circuit of Westendorf’s Running Park (also known as Laufpark - LP), is exactly 6 kilometres long and due to its relatively flat terrain, is ideal for beginners (with only 69 metres of altit...
With a distance of almost 14 km the “Straubing-Circuit” is only for experienced runners with a conditioned heart. A total of 450 metres of altitude is to be mastered. The route leads mostly along soli...
The Village Circuit is very suitable for ambitioned runners who, over the 10.85 km, want to intermittently run small ascents. This circuit is also recognised as a “Sightseeing-Tour” as you run throug...