Neustift im Stubaital, Austria

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  • Seefeld in Tirol, Austria

    Hike to the Brunschkopf

    Starting from the tennis hall in Seefeld, follow the path towards Mösern which goes across the meadows. When you get to Mösern you'll see trails for the Möserer See and the Möserer See Stube. For the hike to the Brunschkopf, you don't actually pass the lake. It's a short detour off the trail but ...
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  • Schwaz, Austria

    Hike to Olpererhütte in the Austrian Alps

    4.0
    4 mi / 1969 ft gain
    Austria’s Zillertal Valley is a spectacular region of the Alps offering a plethora of hiking options. Locals as well as tourism hosts overwhelmingly recommended Olpererhütte! From Mayrhofen, a public transit bus delivers hikers directly to the trailhead. Mayrhofen is a great village to use as hom...
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  • Mittenwald, Germany

    Hike Westliche Karwendelspitze

    8 mi / 6000 ft gain
    Starting at the base of the Karwendelbahn, follow signs under the roadway and up the hill. From there, follow the yellow signs to the Dammkarhütte. This portion of the hike is relatively easygoing, but the last little bit up to the hut involves quite a bit of shale, so be prepared to take your ti...
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  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

    Hike through the Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

    4.0
    2 mi / 600 ft gain
    This was my first adventure during my visit to Germany.  The hike starts at the historic 1936 winter olympics venue, Olympic-Skistadion stadium.  The preserved stadium adorns the same sculptures and features found during the 1936 winter games.  After taking in the olympic history, follow the sign...
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  • Stans, Austria

    Hike the Wolfsklamm Canyon

    3.7 mi / 1148.3 ft gain
    The Wolfsklamm is a narrow and rocky canyon just outside the village of Stans in Tirol, just 20 minutes from the city of Innsbruck. There are a few free parking areas in the village with signposts to the start of the trail up the canyon. I've marked the one we used as the trailhead for this hike....
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  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

    Hike Zugspitze via Reintal

    5.0
    Starting at the Olympic Ski Jump in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (708 m), walk toward the mountains along Wildenauer Strasse and follow signs to the Partnach Gorge (Partnachklamm). There is a fee of 3 Euros per person to enter the gorge, but it is definitely worth seeing (and hearing.) If you arrive at...
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  • Grainau, Germany

    Hike Höllentalanger to Höllentalangerhütte

    8.2 mi / 2400 ft gain
    Starting from the parking lot, walk 500m to the trail head. The hike begins with a gravel path that winds up an initial climb and spills out onto a gravel road. The marked trail leads to a hut that serves as the entrance to the gorge. The hut serves light food, drinks, and has free bathrooms avai...
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  • Grainau, Germany

    Hike Höllental Gorge to Lake Eibsee via Riffelscharte Peaks

    9.1 mi / 4757.2 ft gain
    This trail starts out right where one of the paths lead up to Zugspitze (Germany's highest mountain) but we take the route via Riffelscharte down to Eibsee. The tour starts from Hammersbach (parking available) through the spectacular Höllentalklamm gorge. At the end of the gorge, you can rest, ea...
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  • Landeck, Austria

    Hike to the Gepatschferner Glacier Tongue

    4.2 mi / 1640.4 ft gain
    Once you pass the toll station for the Kauntertal Glacier Road, you keep following the road past the reservoir and up to the waterfall and climbing garden. This is where you park the car and start the hike, following the signs for route 902 to the Rauhekopfhütte.For the first hour, your are mostl...
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  • Kochel am See, Germany

    Hike the Heimgarten/Herzogstand Trail

    5.0
    9.3 mi / 4055.1 ft gain
    The Heimgarten/Herzogstand trail is a famous one and there's a reason why: a great hike with outstanding views! Its close vicinity to the Kochelsee and Walchensee only make it even more attractive, since you can cool off with a swim in one of the lakes if you're done hiking and enjoying the views...
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  • Gemeinde Reutte, Austria

    Hike along Highline179

    1.2 mi / 400 ft gain
    Hike to this amazing 376 foot high suspension bridge that spans 1329 feet across the a valley in the beautiful mountainous Tyrol region of the Austrian Alps. The bridge spans the B179 highway, connecting the old Roman Fort Claudia and the 700 year old Ehrenberg castle. This hike is breath taking ...
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  • Oberkrimml, Austria

    Hike to Krimml Waterfalls

    2.6 mi / 1414 ft gain
    The Krimml Waterfalls are situated in the Hohe Tauern National Park in the Salzburg region of Austria. At 380m high, they are the highest waterfalls not just of Austria, but in all of Europe. In the village of Krimml, near base of the waterfall you'll find a number of parking areas and the Wasser...
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  • Schwangau, Germany

    Hike up Pöllartschlucht to the Best Views of Schloss Neuschwanstein

    5.0
    1.2 mi / 656.2 ft gain
    Starting at the Castle of Neuschwanstein, you will hike up the Pöllartschlucht (it's a ravine with a creek) until the first big waterfall. You then go up a really steep mountainside fully overgrown with all kind of plants and trees. Hiking up the Pöllartschlucht is easy as you can follow a broad ...
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  • Santa Cristina Valgardena, Italy

    Hike from Col Raiser to Seceda in the Dolomites

    Seceda is one of the most famous (and most photographed) spots in all of the Italian Dolomites. This summer I decided to finally visit it to see if it was really worth the hype, and to see if there was a way to escape the worst of the crowds.Most tourists visit Seceda from Ortisei, taking the cab...
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  • Corvara in Badia, Italy

    Climb The Brigata Tridentina Via Ferrata

    2.5 mi / 2316.3 ft gain
    If you want to add a via ferrata on to your itinerary for the Dolomites, then the Pisciadù Via Ferrata (also known as Brigata Tridentina Klettersteig) is one of the best. A Dolomites classic! This VF is easily accessible from the village of Colfosco, on the Passo Gardena mountain pass, with a sma...
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  • Braies, Italy

    Explore Pragser Wildsee

    4.0
    2.2 mi / 400 ft gain
    Pragser Wildsee, also known as Lago di Braies, lies in a mostly German-speaking area of northern Italy close to the border with Austria. This glacial blue lake is surrounded by towering mountains and thick evergreen forests, which can be experienced on the 2.2-mile loop trail or Alta Via 1 trail....
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