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Eagle Walk Stage 01: St. Johann in Tirol - Gaudeamushütte

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 ready for a strenuous climb with breathtaking views of lofty Wilder Kaiser Mountain Range as your reward. The nature reserve’s landscape will win you over with its diverse beauty. The pasture regions are covered with soft grassy meadows, and hikers are greeted by lofty Wilder Kaiser Mountain Range with rugged Maukspitze, Ackerlspitze, Regalpspitze and Törlspitze Peaks, all “Two-Thousanders” that average 2,000 metres altitude. Trailhead is Rummlerhof Inn, northwest of the village centre of St. Johann. After a successful first segment, why not take a rest at Gaudeamus Hut, raise your glass and sing: “Gaudeamus igitur – Let us be happy!” For many hikers this is far enough, contentment has already set in. Adventurous souls continue on the trail that works its way up across Klamml Gorge to Grutten Hut, which entails another 400 metres of climbing.

Middel

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  • Duur5:00h

  • Afstand13,0km

  • Hoogtemeters1060m470m

  • Hoogste punt1572m

Eagle Walk Stage 23: Ansbacher Hütte - Kaiserjochhaus

Eagle Walk Stage 23: Ansbacher Hütte - Kaiserjochhaus

Starting at a little under 2,400 metres (8,000 feet) in elevation and never dropping below 1,700 metres (6,100 feet), your hike on the Lechtal Alps’ airy ridges will provide miles of dramatic views. The elevation gain and loss is constant on this walk, but that just allows for constantly varying angles of the beauty that surrounds you. Start off by gaining Flarschjoch Col, Knappenböden Floors and Alperschonjoch Col; beyond either tackle the steep, rough, and technical Haas-Weg Trail or opt for an easier alternative. Is it about the journey or the destination? You decide. The final push to Kaiserjochhaus Lodge, taking you up to an elevation of 2,310 metres, is another exposed scramble with a fixed anchoring system of cables. But it's all worth it. At the end of the day, Kaiserjochhaus Lodge extends a warm welcome and a sincere invite to call it a day.

Moeilijk

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  • Duur5:00h

  • Afstand8,5km

  • Hoogtemeters520m580m

  • Hoogste punt2481m

Hundalm ice & dripstone cave

Hundalm ice & dripstone cave

From the hotel Kraftquelle Schlossblick via the alpine pasture Buchacker-Alm to Tyrol's only ice & stalactite cave ....

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  • Duur4:30h

  • Afstand6,5km

  • Hoogtemeters870m870m

  • Hoogste punt1350m

Lechner- waterfall (No.11)

Lechner- waterfall (No.11)

A walk to the waterfalls in Wörgl with a wonderful panorama view is definitely well worth it.

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  • Duur2:00h

  • Afstand4,4km

  • Hoogtemeters174m130m

  • Hoogste punt564m

Eagle Walk Stage 20: Hanauer Hütte - Württemberger Haus

Eagle Walk Stage 20: Hanauer Hütte - Württemberger Haus

Once aloft on those airy plains between Inn and Lech Rivers, you'll be in a true Alpine environment. You can expect to have very few encounters on this trail so if you enjoy solitude, and a good work-out this trail is for you. This hike is famous for its sharp ridges and the feeling of remoteness its rugged terrain offers. However, you’ll need to turn your focus from the scenery to your feet as you tackle vigorously steep climbs, scree and talus slopes, large boulders and cliffs assisted by a fixed anchoring system of cables. You’ll gain East/Back Dremelscharte Notch and walk past a necklace of sparkling Alpine lakes, adorning bold mountain faces. For many hikers this walk is far enough, contentment has already set in. Adventurous souls who are up for the extra effort can take the detour for Schlenkersee Lake, an aquatic gem wrapped in gorgeous scenery just below East Dremelscharte Notch.

Moeilijk

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  • Duur7:00h

  • Afstand11,0km

  • Hoogtemeters1240m930m

  • Hoogste punt2480m

Eagle Walk Stage 18: Lorea Hütte - Anhalter Hütte

Eagle Walk Stage 18: Lorea Hütte - Anhalter Hütte

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 where you will gain Schweinstein Col on your way to Tarrentonalm Alpine Pasture Hut. This is a perfect walk to show intrepid hikers the extraordinary places their feet can take them. However, you’ll need to turn your focus from the scenery to your feet as the steep descent from Hinterberg Col can be treacherous and slippery in rain; and you'll have to cross a few snowfields as snow may remain here well into August. Beyond Hinterberg Col and Krom Saddle, the tread winds down meadows and Alpine pastures to reach Anhalter Hütte Hut, located in a place that pays scenic dividends to tenacious trekkers. Call it a day and savour breathtaking views!

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  • Duur6:30h

  • Afstand16,0km

  • Hoogtemeters1200m1180m

  • Hoogste punt2315m

Eagle Walk Stage 24: Kaiserjochhaus - St. Christoph am Arlberg

Eagle Walk Stage 24: Kaiserjochhaus - St. Christoph am Arlberg

Blankets of flowers, clean mountain air, wide open views and some scrambling challenges await the eager Eagle Walk hiker at Arlberg Region. Though the hike is hard, it requires no technical expertise as needed on Stage 23. You'll be in a true Alpine environment with gorgeous scenery, where rolling Alpine meadows blanket the slopes of towering mountains. Beyond Leutkircher Hut you’ll walk under jagged peaks and past prominent Valluga Mountain to Ulmer Hut, which provides a perfect rest stop for hikers. Once replete and replenished, you’re off for the final descent to St. Christoph am Arlberg. Having tackled some 320 awesome kilometres of hiking, this is where the Eagle Walk comes to an end for thru-hikers. Getting to the destination is a perfect cause for celebration!

Moeilijk

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  • Duur7:00h

  • Afstand17,5km

  • Hoogtemeters950m1450m

  • Hoogste punt2553m

Eagle Walk Stage 21: Württemberger Haus - Memminger Hütte

Eagle Walk Stage 21: Württemberger Haus - Memminger Hütte

Ranking among the supreme ridge-running, cloud-probing, flower-swaying, peak-peering jaunts in all of the Lechtal Alps, the trek to Memminger Hütte Hut will have you hopping with joy with its nonstop horizon-spanning views of jagged ridges, cirques, flanks and colossal summits, though you'll work hard to reap those rewards. Once aloft on the ridgetop, the trail gains 2,657-metre Großbergspitze Spire and 2,612-metre Großbergkopf Peak along a precipice that is assisted by a fixed anchoring system of cables. A vigorous climb switchbacks up to Seescharte Notch; beyond it’s a knee-jarring descent to Memminger Hut, where a necklace of three sparkling Alpine lakes is flanked by rocky peaks.

Moeilijk

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  • Duur5:00h

  • Afstand7,0km

  • Hoogtemeters670m650m

  • Hoogste punt2623m

Hohe Salve - Hochbrixen

Hohe Salve - Hochbrixen

From 1829m to 1290m - from the Hohe Salve to Hochbrixen, amazing views included

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  • Duur1:15h

  • Afstand3,5km

  • Hoogtemeters27m558m

  • Hoogste punt1825m

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