Foto einer Wegbeschildung. Der Focus liegt am Schild, Wanderer benützen den Weg dahinter.
Funded hiking trails
Foto von weißen, flauschigen Blumen mit schwarzen Felsen im Hintergrund.
Applying to all hikers...
vier Personen; Holzpfad; Aussicht
Barrier-free hiking

Hiking - walking in the mountains - hiking in the mountains

The commonality of these three terms - the immediate experience of the mountains on foot - has always been one of the most popular  leisure activities in Tyrol. An extensive network of paths presents both locals and tourists with countless possibilities, from easy-going hiking to challenging mountain climbing.

Tyrol has tremendous potential, especially with regard to hiking tourism. The Departments of Forestry Conservation, Sport and Regional Planning have been working with alpine associations and tourist boards on the deployment of various measures to ensure the quality and safety of Tyrol’s network of paths.

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Contact:

Klaus Pietersteiner

Province of Tyrol - Department for Forestry Conservation

Bürgerstr. 36, 6020 Innsbruck

klaus.pietersteiner@tirol.gv.at

Tel.: +43 512 508 4605

Contact Department for Sport:

 

Mag. Dr. Christoph Höbenreich

Province of Tyrol - Department for Sport

Eduard-Wallnöfer-Platz 3, 6020 Innsbruck

sport@tirol.gv.at

Tel.: +43 512 508 3191

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