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On about 100 km of ploughed winter hiking trails even non-skiers or casual hikers will feel at ease. Countless trails lead to the most scenic corners of PillerseeTal, through fields and forests past farms, hamlets and streams. At the end of many trails, the warmth of a cozy inn or snack station awaits. Enjoy romantic moments in Fieberbrunn, Hochfilzen, St. Jakob in Haus, St. Ulrich am Pillersee and Waidring, while thick snowflakes cast their magic spell across the scenery of the Kitzbühel Alps.
checkNumerous winter hiking trails of various difficulty levels
checkWhen winter hiking, no special equipment is needed.
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checkEasy planning of tours with the interactive map
checkWinter hiking in the snowiest region of Tirol
checkUp-to-date information on trail blockages and conditions is available in all TVB-info officers in PillerseeTal
Explore snow-covered PillerseeTal in Tirol on a winter hike. The ploughed winter hiking trails of Fieberbrunn, Hochfilzen, St. Jakob in Haus, St. Ulrich am Pillersee and Waidring lead through the idyllic winter scenery. Winter hiking is also a highlight for gourmets, because all trails lead past comfortable snack stops and inns. Plan your winter hike to your preference with the interactive map and enjoy the picturesque views in PillerseeTal.
Let one of our certified winter hiking specialists lead you through the fabulous winter scenery of PillerseeTal. Enjoy a relaxed torch-lit hike in the evening, discover our best-hidden nature spots when winter hiking or explore the town of Fieberbrunn on a llama-trek.
PillerseeTal is known not just for skiing or cross-country skiing, but also for its numerous optimally groomed winter hiking trails. Our qualified mountain and hiking guides will gladly show you the most scenic spots and winter hiking routes in PillerseeTal. The choice of hiking tours is large not just in the valley, but on the mountain several winter hiking routes also beckon, with comfortable ski lodges or inns waiting at the end to stop off for a snack. The local guides will reveal their intimate knowledge of the region and lead you to the most scenic spots of the region.
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