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Three fantastic hiking routes in the Kitzbüheler Alpen

We have put together three fantastic hiking routes in the Kitzbüheler Alpen especially for you. With a great deal of tips and all the key hiking information, along with information about the starting point, length, metres altitude, fitness required, route details and tips about the best viewing points and the most traditional places to stop-off for refreshments.

Hohe Salve panoramic trail

The Hohe Salve panoramic trail is definitely suitable for families. The Hopfgarten cable car takes you right up to the summit (1829m). This easy, sun-blessed trail, around 700 metres in length, proceeds around the summits of the most beautiful viewing mountains in Tyrol, opening up a 360 degree view and really gets little summiteers revved up, thanks to the stations which have see-saws, a shadow stick and a sun dial. The trail is also suitable for prams. And after a hike of around thirty minutes, the Hohe Salve summit restaurant tempts you in to enjoy its revolving panorama terrace and home-made Ziachkiachln.

Sonnenweg (sunny walk) Hohe Salve

Sonnenweg (sunny walk) Hohe Salve

Sonnenweg (sunny walk) Hohe Salve

Lovely walk for the whole family


  • Duration0:30h

  • Distance0,7km

  • Elevation uphill78m78m

  • Highest1829m

Hike from the Gaisberg to Talkaser

The best hike in the Brixental region proceeds from the Gaisberg to Talkaser. This 11.3 kilometre route proceeds from the mountain station for the Gaisberg lift in Kirchberg to the mountain station for the Alpenrosenbahn in Westendorf. In between times there is the traditional Bärstättalm – you definitely have to stop-off here –, the Kobingerhütte and the Wiegalm. This fantastic hike continues via Brechhornhaus and the idyllic Lake Kreuzjöchlsee to Gampenkogel and down to Talkaser. After walking for some six hours, families with indefatigable children can really let off steam in the Alpinolino adventure park. The Gaisberg lift and the Alpenrosenbahn help shorten the time you spend ascending and descending.

Hike through the Devil's Alley

A fantastic hike in the St. Johann in Tyrol holiday region takes you through the Devil's Alley. The 6.4 kilometre tour which lasts around two and a half hours proceeds along the plateau of the Leerberg. The route is constantly uphill and downhill, in part through narrow rocky passages. Legend has it that the Devil himself pummelled into the rock in this labyrinth, which is like an alleyway, to lead sinful souls astray. After around 40 minutes, via sunny alpine pastures, you reach Prostalm, which promises a delicious stop-off.

Devil's Lane

Devil's Lane

Devil's Lane

According to legend, the devil himself a maze like streets dug into the rock to conduct sinful souls astray.


  • Duration3:30h

  • Distance6,4km

  • Elevation uphill350m350m

  • Highest1248m

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