Tyrol's Adlerweg trail through the Kitzbüheler Alpen - Tyrol's number one long-distance hiking trail
Tyrol's Adlerweg trail proceeds in 23 stages, covering 300km right through Tyrol, from St. Johann in the Tyrolean Unterland via the Karwendel, right up to St. Anton am Arlberg and is therefore Tyrol's number one long-distance hiking trail.
The eagle was chosen as the symbol since the shape of the route is reminiscent of its wings and because the "king of the skies" embodies pride, freedom and strength - just like the proud province of Tyrol. From relaxed leisure hikers, to experienced alpinists, everyone will find terrain to suit them on Tyrol's Aderlweg trail. At every turn hikers can learn more about the history of the province, about its traditions, handcrafts and about the people of Tyrol.
The regional routes of Tyrol's Adlerweg trail right through the Kitzbüheler Alpen
Away from the main route from St. Johann to St. Anton am Arlberg there are exceedingly attractive regional routes into the lateral valleys in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. The regional routes are essentially connected to the main route, so various routes can be easily combined. The first stage of the Adlerweg trail starts right in the middle of the Kitzbüheler Alpen, or to be more exact, at Rummlerhof in St.Johann in Tyrol. The first stage proceeds to the south side of the Kaiser mountains to the wonderful Schleier waterfalls, continuing to Gaudeamushütte.
We have compiled all the regional routes in the Kitzbüheler Alpen for you in our route and tour portal:
Eagle Walk Stage 01: St. Johann in Tirol - Gaudeamushütte
Sturdy boots will help keep your ankles and feet happy on this hike, full of the best things Tirol has to offer: well-maintained trails, wildflowers galore and waterfalls beckon the adventurous hiker ...
Eagle Walk Stage 05: Gasthof Schlossblick - Pinegg
This walk is largely for those interested in heading up, steeply. The grade will keep you busy as you follow trails up, up, up. However, it more than makes up for the efforts with superior views; view...
Venture to where the deer and the mountain goats play—and to an area of awesome natural beauty. It’s a long journey at about 23 kilometres, but manageable. Walking along Leutascher Ache River and Gais...
The first section of the hike is fairly easy, gently ascending Alpine greenery before making an Achilles-aching ascent to Lorea Notch. Beyond, it’s a knee-jarring descent to Heimbach Valley, from wher...
Eagle Walk Stage 08: Erfurter Hütte - Lamsenjochhütte
This day, the Eagle Walk starts gently: Take Rofan Gondola for an effortless and scenic downhill ride from Erfurter Hütte Hut to Maurach and enjoy magnificent views of emerald Lake Achensee. Walk alon...
After a good night’s sleep in Pinegg, take a walk from Gwercherwirt Inn over the bridge across Brandenberger Ache River and follow Jägersteig Path all the way to Aschau, a hamlet of Brandenberg. Take ...
This segment will take you to the small town of Kufstein located on the banks of the Inn River – a town which has been celebrated in song and is steeped in history and character. Walk through the lush...
Picturesque Alpine lakes, spectacular views, knife-edged mountains, and a dizzying array of wildflowers and wonderful groves – this hike is simply gorgeous and a pure nature experience. In Ehrwald fol...
This trek along the Eagle Walk is where you will get the best of both worlds – the urban sophistication of a historic city and remote mountain wilderness. Follow an old mule-track towards Lafatscher S...
Eagle Walk Stage 22: Memminger Hütte - Ansbacher Hütte
Gullies resemble large ditches, small valleys or narrow chasms, incised into the rock by the cascading waters of thundering creeks and brooks. On this walk, you’ll encounter lots of them, along with n...
A wonderful hike on the Adlerweg trail, Tyrol's longest long-distance hiking trail, attracts lots of locals and visitors, especially during the holidays. We have a young ...
More information about Tyrol's Adlerweg trail and the main route
Along the spread of the eagle's wings from St. Johann in Tyrol to St. Anton am Arlberg. Generally the trails are, according to official classification, designated as hiking trails and red mountain trails. More difficult stages can be side-stepped for easier routes (not shown on the map). This means that other stages of the main route are bypassed. This includes the stage from Steinberg am Rofan via the Schafsteigsattel to Erfurter Hütte (U7), the king’s stage from Karwendelhaus to Birkkarspitze and continuing to Hallerangerhaus and Hallerangeralm (U11), along with the stage from Stuttgarter Hütte via the Trittscharte to Ulmer Hütte (U22). For those interested in culture, the Adlerweg trail provides a special city hike (12a), where you can hike to see Tyrol’s cultural assets. Those of you who don’t chance upon any eagles during your hike can do so in Alpenzoo, where golden eagle couple ‘Donna & Max’ keep an eye on their eyrie (stage 12).