Hikes in Tyrol: your hiking trails in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
Come to the Kitzbüheler Alpen and discover very well-tended hiking routes in Tyrol. Hike across lush meadows and gentle grass mountains to traditional alpine inns, where the lodge landlords serve the best of food and drinks.
There are hiking destinations of various difficulty levels for every hiker in the Kitzbüheler Alpen:
Beginners can reach the summit via the cable car and enjoy the perfect panorama here. The Kitzbüheler Alpen Sommer Card is your ticket to adventure and at the same time your entry ticket to the biggest and probably the most beautiful hiking area in Tyrol. The hiking mountains in the Kitzbüheler Alpen extend from Tyrol's loveliest viewing mountain, the Hohe Salve, across six exciting realms of adventure in SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental, through to the Hornpark on the Kitzbüheler Horn in St. Johann. For hikers who love a challenge, there are numerous lateral valleys in Windau, Aschau, Kaiserbachtal and Kelchsau (including the highest elevation in the Kitzbüheler Alpen, Torhelm at 2494m), where there are a variety of challenging tours and hikes. Special themed and family hikes complete the range on offer.
Hiking in the Kitzbüheler Alpen: the highlights in Tyrol's mountains in one spot.
- Kitzbüheler Alpen: 2500 kilometres hiking trails
- The Kelchsau alpine area, which has over 20 summits, offers plenty of views to choose from, including the highest mountain in the Kitzbüheler Alpen (Torhelm: 2494m)
- Tour portal with GPS data and detailed route outlines. Something to suit every requirement and fitness level.
- Guided hikes with local guides
- The most beautiful viewing mountain in Tyrol, the Hohe Salve with SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental and the Kitzbüheler Alpen - superb panorama hikes right on the hotel doorstep
- Great value-for-money summer tickets for the summer cable cars, with a programme of leisure events and numerous discounts
- Themed hiking trails and mountain adventure realms
- Hiking hotels and great value-for-money offers