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Outdoor adventure in Tyrol! 

You enjoy hiking, you are an enthusiastic mountain biker or you love climbing in the nature? Then you'd better be off to your next outdoor adventure in Tyrol!

  • Hiking


    Win your “Eagle Walk” adventure for two people! 
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    • Hiking in Tirol: figures and facts

      Hiking in Tirol: figures and facts
      Tirol Werbung | Bauer Frank ©
      - Tyrol boasts no fewer than 573 peaks at over 3,000 metres above sea level. The Grossglocker (3,798 metres) and the Wildspitze (3,768 metres) are the highest.
      - Around 700 expertly trained mountain guides and just under 2,000 hiking guides provide safety and support in the mountains.
      - Some 24,000 kilometres of hiking trails maintained by the Alpine Association lead through Tyrol.
      - With 24 stages and 320 kilometres in North Tyrol and 9 stages and 93 kilometres in East Tyrol, the Eagle Walk is one of Tyrol’s best known long-distance hiking routes.
      - The Hohe Tauern National Park covers an area of 1,856 square kilometres and stretches over three Austrian provinces. Five other protected nature parks in Tyrol offer outdoor enthusiasts the chance to explore the delicate Alpine environment.

      For more informations visit: www.tyrol.com/hiking

       



      We recommend following tours:

    • The Eagle Walk in East Tirol

      The Eagle Walk in East Tirol
      Tirol Werbung / Schwarz Jens ©
      • 9 stages / more than 90 km
      Stretching more than 90 kilometers and broken up into nine stages, East Tirol’s Eagle Walk travels through the spectacular Hohe Tauern Range amongst Austria’s tallest peaks: From Ströden, located on foot of Großvenediger Mountain to Lucknerhouse, located on foot of Großglockner Mountain. The biggest glaciers in the Eastern Alps and the highest mountains in Austria: East Tirol’s Hohe Tauern Range exerts a magical attraction for peak baggers and walking enthusiasts. East Tirol has got 250 “Three Thousanders”, peaks that rise more than 3,000m/10,000ft. above sea level; with some approaching 4,000m/13,000ft. Hohe Tauern National Park is the largest protected high-country playground of the European Alps draws hikers, wildlife watchers, mountaineers, rock climbers and photographers year-round. More ...
  • Mountain bike


    Win your bike adventure for two people in Sölden! 
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    • Mountain biking in Tirol: figures and facts

      Mountain biking in Tirol: figures and facts
      Ötztal ©
      - Spectacular Alpine scenery: Breathtaking panoramic mountain views across distances of up to several hundred kilometres create an ‘on-top-of-the-world’ feeling.
      - High-speed downhill trails in the mountains of Tyrol offer technical challenges and ensure memorable, adrenaline-inducing moments.
      - Over 240 kilometres of single trails and, in particular, the Tyrolean Single Trail Hotspots, offer guaranteed fun and action for trail riders.
      - Competent MTB schools and guides teach you the correct techniques for trail riding, help you move beyond your personal limits (e.g. special training for women, beginners, families…) and offer authentic group biking experiences in the Tyrolean mountains.
      - Alpine hut keepers and farmers of small mountain dairies offer you a warm welcome as well as tasty culinary treats. 

      For more informations visit: www.tyrol.com/mountainbike




      We recommend you following trails:

    • Lisi-Osl-Trail in Kirchberg

      Lisi-Osl-Trail in Kirchberg
      Kitzbüheler Alpen Marketing | Philipp Wagner ©
      • 2.620 m downhill line 
      Alpine pastures, rooty sections and switchback corners - 2,620-meter long Lisi-Osl-Trail is a downhill trail that will definitely get the adrenaline flowing and where the view of the surrounding mountains is amazing. Named after local mountain bike hero Lisi Osl, the ride offers a mix of easy and more challenging terrain and a blast of thrilling, spectacular and fast descents—and is a whole lot of fun for beginners and advanced bikers. What’s more, this is a great place to practise and hone your trail skills: Tackle this ride as often as you like—the trail drops you right back at the base of Gaisberg Chair where you can hop a lift to the top. The chair lift and the day tickets make it easy for bikers to enjoy the Lisi-Osl-Trail. In between runs, spend relaxing moments on the sunny patio of Gaisbergstüberl on-mountain inn. More ...
  • Climbing


    Win your participation tickets for the SAAC Climbing Camp for two people in the Pillersee Valley !
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    • Climbing in Climbers Paradise Tirol

      Climbing in Climbers Paradise Tirol
      Tirol Werbung | Pupeter Robert ©
      - Solid granite (in the Ötztal Alps) and soft limestone (in the Northern Limestone Alps) offer a vast spectrum of climbing options.
      - The exceptionally high density of easily accessible climbing opportunities (5,000 Alpine climbing routes, 3,000 sport climbing routes and 1,500 boulder problems) offers a second-to-none wealth of mountain challenges.
      - The platform www.climbers-paradise.com offers a pool of free data for climbers with detailed information on 16 Climbers Paradise regions enabling efficient planning of trips and climbs.
      - Safety camps and group initiatives offer participants the opportunity to gain a new perspective on the risks and dangers in Alpine terrain as assessable / positive challenges.
      - Countless climbing festivals and international TOP events (2018 Climbing World Championships) enable you to celebrate your passion for CLIMBING with fellow climbing fans!


      For more informations visit: www.tyrol.com/climbing




      We recommend you following tours:
       

    • Climbing in Climbers Paradise Tirol

      Climbing in Climbers Paradise Tirol
      Tirol Werbung | Pupeter Robert ©
      - Solid granite (in the Ötztal Alps) and soft limestone (in the Northern Limestone Alps) offer a vast spectrum of climbing options.
      - The exceptionally high density of easily accessible climbing opportunities (5,000 Alpine climbing routes, 3,000 sport climbing routes and 1,500 boulder problems) offers a second-to-none wealth of mountain challenges.
      - The platform www.climbers-paradise.com offers a pool of free data for climbers with detailed information on 16 Climbers Paradise regions enabling efficient planning of trips and climbs.
      - Safety camps and group initiatives offer participants the opportunity to gain a new perspective on the risks and dangers in Alpine terrain as assessable / positive challenges.
      - Countless climbing festivals and international TOP events (2018 Climbing World Championships) enable you to celebrate your passion for CLIMBING with fellow climbing fans!


      For more informations visit: www.tyrol.com/climbing




      We recommend you following tours: