• Angath
  • Angerberg
  • Brixen im Thale
  • Erpfendorf
  • Fieberbrunn
  • Hochfilzen
  • Hopfgarten
  • Kelchsau
  • Kirchberg
  • Kitzbühel
  • Kirchbichl
  • Kirchdorf
  • Itter
  • St. Jakob im Haus
  • St. Johann in Tirol
  • St. Ulrich am Pillersee
  • Mariastein
  • Westendorf
  • Oberndorf
  • Waidring
  • Wörgl

Trail recommendations

Special trails with that certain extra in Extra im PillerseeTal

PillerseeTal offers, in addition to more than 100 kilometres of trails, some special trails with that certain extra. So some trails can also be used at night, such as the floodlit night-time trails in Fieberbrunn, Hochfilzen and Waidring. In the tracks of world-class biathlete Dominik-Landertinger you can embark on the trail of the same name in Hochfilzen. But this requires a proper helping of strength and fitness.

Floodlit cross-country ski trails

You can be out and about on the trail in PillerseeTal even in the evening. Three floodlit night-time trails can be used even after darkness sets in. In Hochfilzen and Waidring the floodlit village trails also beckon after darkness sets in and in Fieberbrunn part of the Weissach trail is also floodlit in the evening.

On the tracks of the Olympic champion

Hochfilzen, the snowiest town in Tirol, is home to world-class biathlete Dominik Landertinger. Dominik not only has his roots here in PillerseeTal, but he also trains regularly on the optimally prepared trails of PillerseeTal. At the local World Championships 2017 in Hochfilzen he registered one of his greatest successes: a bronze medal in the relay - priceless for a home race! That’s why in his honour a trail in Hochfilzen was renamed to "Dominik Landertinger trail".


Get a whiff of some biathlon air yourself and prove your marksmanship at the firing range just like the world-class athletes. After a lap in the trail, hitting the target is not all that easy anymore as it may look on TV. In Hochfilzen and St. Ulrich am Pillersee you can participate in this on a weekly basis and pit yourself against other guests. Of course, fun always takes centre stage.

On the trails in PillerseeTal NO DOGS are allowed! We kindly request all winter hikers to use only the designated winter hiking trails for this. Many thanks!


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