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Hikes in autumn

experience the golden hiking autumn in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

The leaves shine in a blaze of colours, the days become shorter and you can already spot a few snow-covered peaks in the distance. Autumn has its own very special appeal. Mountain fans lovingly call this season golden hiking autumn, and they are absolutely right. The autumn sun not only makes the colourful leaves shine in gold, but also ensures wonderful sunsets. As in autumn there may already be snowfall at higher altitudes, this time is perfect for extensive valley hikes through nature.

On this page you’ll find the most scenic hikes in autumn. Simply search for a suitable tour and plan your autumn hike in the townships of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Wörgl, Kirchbichl, Angerberg, Angath and Mariastein.

Benefits of hiking in autumn

  • checkPleasant temperatures

  • checkColourful nature

  • checkA wide range of great hiking suggestions at lower altitudes

The most scenic autumn hikes

In autumn, you certainly don’t have too miss out on breathtaking views and summit conquests. Depending on weather conditions, there are countless options for exploring the alpine world actively. The cable cars can still be used well into autumn. Please simply note the indicated season times for this. You have a very special hike in mind and aren’t sure if this is walkable in autumn? Why not simply ask the team from the Holiday Region Hohe Salve for advice. The holiday specialists will be happy to help you and are sure to have a hiking tip or two handy. In autumn, you can benefit not just from low-cost off-season rates, but also save a bundle with the cable car tickets. During the Family Autumn Weeks, the Cable Car Adventure Card is available for all children and youth up to 15 at no cost.

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