Not for nothing the Pitztal is called the roof of Tyrol since there are many highlights for young and old. A total of 380 km of hiking trails await you, three dreamlike hiking areas - Pitztal Gacier - Rifflsee - Hochzeiger, innumerable rustic alpine pastures and huts, inviting you to stop, beautiful nature oasis and rushing rivers
Mountaineers with a mountain guide can explore the summit at an altitude of 3000 m., for example, the Wildspitze (3,774 m), the highest mountain in the North Tyrol. Sun worshipers visit during the Glacier safari the highest coffee house in Austria, the Cafe 3.440, or enjoy the warm sunshine during a hike around the highest mountain lake of Tyrol, the Rifflsee with 2,232 m. Sail by the newly constructed raft along the Rifflsee and visit the cheese dairy after a short descent. Look forward to the soothing scent of pinewood and the fresh clusters that blow through the woods, the efforts are then rewarded with a decent snack at the hut and the accompanying song or even schnapps. The adrenaline junkies can also ride down the mountain after the hike in the Pitztal with the Zirbencarts . The Kneipp facilities with a bathing lake or observation platforms serve for cooling after a hike in the Pitztal.
You will be happy to remember this hiking holiday in the Pitztal.
The tourist office Pitztal offers from Monday to Friday guided hikes. In addition to herbal walks, relaxing glacier walks, summit trips, family hiking trips and much more, you can also participate in mountain biking trips.
Of course you can use the public bus transport once a week for a small fee.
The efforts will be rewarded
Collect points for each summit or pasture visit in the Pitztal Valley. With the hiking pass you can redeem these points at the Pitztal Tourist Office and pick up your deserved hiking badge.
Our tips for your hiking holiday in the Pitztal in Tyrol
- Walking paths
- Easy hikes
- Half-day tours
- Summit tours
- Paths to the water