Holidays to Kitzbühel

Summer holidays in Kitzbühel are a cocktail of luxurious hotels, restaurants, boutiques and spas – and one of the most extensive networks of walking trails in Austria

Hiking boots or dinner suits? In Kitzbühel, you can pack both. Come summer, the snow disappears from this famously luxurious ski resort – but the boutiques, swish hotels and Michelin-approved restaurants remain. Walking holidays to Kitzbühel look further abroad to the 1,000 kilometres of marked paths that trail between the mountain pastures and panoramic routes of the Kitzbüheler Alps and Wilder Kaiser massif. Hiking isn’t the only way to explore this great outdoors. There are also 800 kilometres of off-road cycling, via ferrata, paragliding schools, canyoning and paddle boarding lakes… and a summer diary filled with festivals and concerts.

Walking in Kitzbühel: Kitzbüheler Horn and Hahnenkamm

A gondola climbs to the Kitzbüheler Horn mountain peak on the eastern side of town. Get off at the midway station for trails up to the summit – or jump on Gipfelbahn (summit lift) to get to the top effort-free. There’s an Alpine flower garden up here too with 400 species of high mountain plants, including the beloved Austrian edelweiss. Elsewhere, walking paths take wanderers to waterfalls, valleys, pastures and forest tracks dotted with mountain huts serving traditional specialities - head to the famous Hahnenkamm mountain for more lift-accessible walking trails and fantastic views.

Wild swims and luxury spas

The black lake of Schwarzsee, on the north-western edge of Kitzbühel, is a popular swim spot surrounded by trees and a nature reserve, the jagged limestone peaks of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains in the distance. The deep colour is down to the minerals in the water – said to be a balm for bathers’ skin. The temperature helps too; waters can hit a toasty 27°C. The spas in town offer more soothing swims, with saunas, steam rooms, and pools wrapped in mountain views.

Discover Kitzbühel old town

Take to the streets of the old town for a stroll along cobblestone roads lined with buildings painted in wildflower hues. This is a car-free zone, so cafés and bars relax out onto the pedestrianised streets. It’s easy – and lovely – to spend a day dipping in and out of churches, museums and galleries… although you might have to factor in more time for popping by the likes of Louis Vuitton and boutiques specialising in chic mountain wear. As for dinner: will it be a candle-lit banquet at a Michelin-starred restaurant or a no-nonsense bowl of dumplings and an elderflower fizz on a sunny terrace?

Summer holidays in Kitzbühel

Kitzbühel doesn’t hit the snooze button when the busy ski season is over. Instead, it lines up a series of film and food festivals, classic car rallies, mountain biking celebrations and marathons. A market pops up every Saturday too, with stalls piled high with handmade jewellery, mountain sausages and cheese, and orchard fruits. For explorations further afield, head to Kitzbühel railway station, where trains make tracks for Innsbruck in an hour and Salzburg in two – or take the chance to hop off at the little mountain villages en route.

Why book a summer holiday in Kitzbühel with Inghams?

At Inghams, we do walking holidays differently. With no fixed itinerary, you have more time in your destination and the freedom to walk as much or as little as you like, discovering some of Kitzbühel’s best walking routes and activities at your own pace.

Plus, we've included two optional guided walks every week in Kitzbühel. Join a professional walking guide and really get to know the area (see more details in the ‘walking’ tab below).

With over 85 years of outdoor travel experience, our holiday packages to Kitzbühel include flights, transfers, and accommodation, so you can relax and leave the small details to us. Our experts can help you choose the best holiday for you, and our team in resort can give you the inside scoop on how to spend your time away with us.

Added value

Inghams Guided Walks included from 27 May - 12 Sep (subject to availability)

Flights and transfers included

Walking in and around Kitzbühel

On an Inghams walking holiday, you have the freedom to explore the area at your own pace. Make each day a new adventure, with as much or as little walking as you like.

Why we love walking in Kitzbühel

The 1,000 kilometres of marked walking trails in the Kitzbühel region mean there's lots to explore. Plus, routes that cater to all abilities, from leisurely strolls for a tasty hut lunch, a family adventure or ticking off bucket-list viewpoints and challenging yourself in the spectacular Kitzbüheler Alps.

The scenery is picturesque, whichever route you decide to take and after a lovely walk you can have a refreshing dip in Schwarzsee lake, or enjoy the atmosphere in the vibrant town centre.

Guided walks

Don't forget, you have the option to join two included Inghams guided walks per week, with a local, professional guide. Get to know our favourite walking trails with insider knowledge and the company of other guests. Pre-booking is essential - check out the Guided Walks section below for more information.

Getting around Kitzbühel

Getting around Kitzbühel and the surrounding area is easy, thanks to the great network of Postbuses, trains and mountain lifts.

Buses and trains

The Postbus public buses connect Kitzbühel to surrounding towns like St. Johann, Ellmau or Westendorf. There's also two train stations in Kitzbühel making getting to other larger destinations like Zell am See, Salzburg or Innsbruck really easy.

The Schwarzsee lake has its own train station and bus stop, so if you don't fancy the walk there, you can enjoy a relaxing day by the water with ease.

Mountain lifts

There’s a range of lifts around Kitzbühel and the surrounding area that make accessing great walking routes, viewpoints and attractions really easy. Opening dates of summer lifts vary, please find the latest update for the local summer lifts:

  • A1 Hahnenkammbahn (normally open 27 May - 5 Nov)
  • B1 Fleckalmbahn (normally open 27 May - 8 Oct)
  • E1 Gaisberg (normally open 13 May - 26 Oct)
  • G8/9 Panoramabahn 1 and 2 (normally open 24 Jun - 8 Oct)
  • H11 Bichlalm (normally open 8 Jun - 8 Oct)
  • H1/2 Hornbahn 1 and 2 (normally open 13 May - 8 Oct)
  • H3 Hornbahn 3 (normally open 27 May - 8 Oct)
  • B4 Sonnenrast (normally open 9 Jul - 8 Oct)

Subject to change.

A Flexi Wander Pass is available to buy locally from your rep, and includes the local lifts listed above. Or, you can also purchase a Kitzbühel Alps Summer Card which includes up to 38 lifts in the region including the above lifts in the Kitzbühel area plus discounts on various bonus partners throughout the region.

In addition to the above lifts, you also have access to operating lifts in St Johann in Tirol, Wildschönau, Alpbachtal, Fieberbrunn, Steinplatte Waidring, Pillersee, Lofer, Going, Ellmau, Scheffau, Söll, Brixen, Westendorf, Hopfgarten, Itter, and Kufstein, making the pass excellent value for money if you're staying for a longer duration or are wanting to travel further afield.

Subject to change. Please see the "Cards & Passes" tab for further information.

Inghams Guided Walks in Kitzbühel

Inghams guided walks are included on your holiday to Kitzbuhel

We’ve included two full-day walks per week in Kitzbühel, just for Inghams guests. Join a small group and be led by a professional walking guide on some of their favourite trails. It’s a great way to get to know the area. The walks in Kitzbühel are run by David Hechl.

The walks are available from 27 May - 12 Sep and will run on Mondays and either Wednesdays or Thursdays - please see that dates by the walk descriptions below. You can add the walks onto your holiday at the time of booking, through My Booking or by giving us a call.

Bichlach Circular

A beautiful, low-level circular route through a hilly, forested area that was heavily influenced by the Ice Age. Pass pretty, traditional farmhouses and meadows, and enjoy stunning views of the local area. At the end, there's the option for a dip in the picturesque Schwarzsee lake - the warmest swimming lake in the area.

  • Grade: easy - moderate (basic fitness required)
  • Distance: 15km
  • Walking time: approx. 5 hours
  • Ascent/Descent: 480m
  • Terrain: Asphalt, dirt tracks, natural trails
  • Useful information: There will be a lunch stop at the Tischlerwirt (payable locally)

This walk will run on: 27 May, 17 Jun, 8 Jul, 29 Jul, 19 Aug, 9 Sep

Wildalm Circular

Enjoy beautiful views on this circular walk - an ascent of the more pleasant kind, weaves up from the valley offering spectacular views over the Achental. At the top, you're rewarded with the Wildalm Hut where you'll stop for refreshments with an impressive mountain backdrop.

  • Grade: moderate - challenging (basic fitness and sure-footedness required)
  • Distance: 10.2km
  • Walking time: approx. 5.5 hours
  • Ascent/Descent: 660m
  • Terrain: Forest tracks, natural trails
  • Useful information: This walk requires a local taxi which is approx. €10pp each way. There will be a lunch stop at the Wildalm Hut (payable locally)

This walk will run on: 31 May, 21 Jun, 11 Jul, 1 Aug, 22 Aug, 12 Sep

Rauher Kopf

Summit-baggers will love this walk. It starts in Kirchberg and heads up mainly through the shady forest then along the ridge to the peak of the Rauher Kopf - the view from here is really special. After a summit break, it's on to the Ruetzen snack station for refreshments and then down to the pretty town of Kirchberg for a train back.

  • Grade: moderate - challenging (basic fitness and sure-footedness required)
  • Distance: 11.5km
  • Walking time: approx. 5.5 hours
  • Ascent/Descent: 530m ascent and 750m descent
  • Terrain: Forest tracks, natural trails
  • Useful information: This walk requires a local taxi which is approx. €10pp and a local train which is approx. €2.70pp. There is a lunch stop at the Ruetzen snack station (payable locally)

This walk will run on: 3 Jun, 24 Jun, 15 Jul, 5 Aug, 26 Aug

Chapel Walk

The name gives the game away on this walk - you'll pass five picturesque chapels - but it's also a scenic walk for the non-believers. Weaving along the valley, in and out of the forest, it's an enjoyable walk that can be shortened at any time by taxi if necessary. Of course, there'll be a refreshment stop on route too, at the pretty Hallerwirt and the final highlight is the Schleier waterfall.

  • Grade: easy - moderate (basic fitness required)
  • Distance: 15km
  • Walking time: approx. 5.5 hours
  • Ascent/Descent: 570m ascent and 750m descent
  • Terrain: Forest tracks, natural trails
  • Useful information: This walk requires a local bus which is payable locally. There will be a lunch stop at the Hallerwirt (payable locally)

This walk will run on: 7 Jun, 28 Jun, 18 Jul, 8 Aug, 29 Aug

Explore the famous Kitzbühler Horn

First the Hornbahn lift does the brunt of the uphill leg-work and you're rewarded with spectacular views right from the start. You follow the scenic Gams Trail to the Lämmerbichlalm where there's chance for a tea break before a beautiful climb up towards the Hochetzkogel for a panoramic view. The Bichlalm Hut offers lunch in the dreamiest setting and then you descend to Sonnbergstube (you can shorten the descent by taking the chairlift part way) and then you'll get a taxi back to Kitzbühel.

  • Grade: moderate - challenging (good fitness and sure-footedness required)
  • Distance: 11.5km
  • Walking time: approx. 5 hours
  • Ascent/Descent: 380m ascent and 880m descent
  • Terrain: Forest tracks, natural trails
  • Useful information: This walk requires ascent by gondola (payable locally - approx. €24.50pp or €29.50pp for a combined ticket with the optional chairlift) and return by taxi (payable locally - approx. €8pp). There will be a stop for a tea break and lunch which are both payable locally

This walk will run on: 10 Jun, 1 Jul, 22 Jul, 12 Aug, 2 Sep

Siedlalm Circular

Experience summer on the iconic Streif - one of the most challenging downhill ski runs on the World Cup Ski Calendar. On this walk, you'll enjoy some beautiful views over Kitzbühel towards the Wilder Kaiser mountains, as well as seeing some of the famous sections of the ski run including the finishing jump. You'll pass some picturesque traditional farms along the way too, and lunch is at the Siedlalm which offers spectacular views.

  • Grade: moderate (basic fitness and sure-footedness required)
  • Distance: 9.5km
  • Walking time: approx. 5 hours
  • Ascent/Descent: 625m
  • Terrain: Forest tracks, natural trails
  • Useful information: There will be a stop at the Siedlalm (lunch not included)

This walk will run on: 14 Jun, 4 Jul, 25 Jul, 16 Aug, 5 Sep

For every walk you will need: suitable walking shoes/boots with good grip, appropriate walking clothing, sun cream, sunglasses, rain jacket, a warmer layer, rucksack, at least a litre of water, a snack, cash for mountain huts/transport. You may find walking poles useful.

Early booking is strongly recommended as spaces are limited. All walks are subject to availability of local guides, weather conditions and maximum numbers. Planned routes are subject to change. Any distances and ascents/descents stated are approximate. Full details of the walks with the meeting points and routes will be provided to you on arrival. In some instances there may be a small charge for local transport that is payable locally. In resorts where the walks run over more than two days, the day of the walk will be allocated to you by your Rep in your welcome meeting. Where we cannot confirm your preferred option in resort, we will endeavour to offer an alternative subject to the above conditions.

Please ensure you are comfortable with the grade of walk, planned distance covered and terrain before booking. The decision of the guide on the suitability of the walk for you is final and no compensation will be paid where the guide believes, in their professional opinion, that it is not suitable. Please ensure you are well-equipped for the walk have suitable clothing and footwear. Walks are not recommended for guests under 12 years. Any guests under 18 years will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Useful information and guidelines

Recommended equipment

Comfy walking boots, waterproofs, rucksacks and walking poles are useful for hiking around Kitzbühel and the surrounding area. There's plenty of places in Kitzbühel to buy walking equipment.

Walking maps

We recommend Mayr Map 455 for Kitzbühel and the surrounding area, which has a scale of 1:25,000. The maps show the hiking routes which are numbered and match the yellow signposts around the area. They will have a key which will help you understand the nature of the hiking trail before you set out on your walk.

Walking guidelines

The mountains are a natural paradise, with lots to explore and discover. To help it stay that way, and remain an enjoyable and safe place for everyone, we recommend following our little list of do's and don'ts:

  • Plan your route well and don't overestimate yourself
  • Check the weather forecast
  • Tell someone where you're planning to walk and what time you're expecting to be back
  • Take all the recommended equipment
  • Make a note of emergency numbers:
    • Austrian Emergency Services: 112
    • Mountain Rescue: 140
  • Don't leave the marked trails or go onto a glacier without a guide
  • Let nature stay wild by not picking alpine flowers (it's illegal in some places) or getting close to/making contact with wild animals
  • Always leave gates as you found them
  • Leave no trace

Hotels in Kitzbühel

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Hotel Schloss Lebenburg Kitzbuhel Pool (1)

Hotel Schloss Lebenberg is designed for indulgence and relaxation. It offers a combination of historic charm, and modern fittings and design. Proponents of sustainable luxury, the hotel was recently awarded the Austrian eco-label for sustainability. Enjoy panoramic alpine views from the rooftop pool, live music nights, and excellent food.

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Hotel Kaiserhof Kitzbuhel Gondola Exterior (2)

Located next to the famous Hahnenkamm gondola, it's a top choice if you're looking for easy access to the mountain and walking trails. The traditional alpine charm and cosy rooms make you feel right at home. Enjoy breathtaking views from the garden and terrace, and unwind in the spa at the end of the day.

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Tiefenbrunner Reception (1)

"Arrive, feel good and enjoy" – the motto of the excellent team at Hotel Tiefenbrunner. A combination of urban chic and cosy tradition, the hotel is an oasis of luxury in the heart of bustling and vibrant Kitzbühel. Luxurious rooms designed according to Feng Shu, an indoor pool with mountain views, and a tranquil garden where you can enjoy moments of calm.

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Hotel Schweizerhof Kitzbuhel Terrace (1)

Just steps away from the Hahnenkamm gondola and a short stroll from the picturesque town centre. Hotel Schweizerhof is a blend of alpine elegance and modern comfort - a cosy and comfortable retreat. Enjoy delicious meals made from quality produce, and al fresco dining on the terrace. Take a dip in the indoor pool, enjoy time out in the spa.

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Superior Double Room Hotel Kitzhof Kitzbuhel Austria

Hotel Kitzhof is a beautiful blend of rustic furnishings and modern alpine aesthetics. It's a short stroll from the town centre, ten minutes to the nearest lift, and there are walking trails within easy reach. Relax in style and enjoy garden views from the indoor pool. The luxurious spa is sure to be a highlight of your stay.

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austria_kitzbuhel_hotel-Q-Maria-Theresia Spa relaxation room

The Q! Hotel Maria Theresia offers quirky design, fine food, and soothing saunas for tired muscles at the end of a day exploring. It's easy to balance indulgence with activity here - there's a good-sized gym and daily activity sessions too. The Hannenkamm lift is a few minutes walk, and the pretty town centre is on doorstep, with shops, cafes, churches, and more.

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Gasthof Eggerwirt Gastgarten Terrasse Essen Urlaub Mitten In Kitzbuehel 11

The Hotel Eggerwirt is a small and charming hotel in the centre of Kitzbühel, offering great value in an excellent location. The bed and breakfast board basis gives you the opportunity to dine out around Kitzbühel and sample tasty local cuisine, and the comfortably furnished rooms and friendly service give a home-from-home feel.

Kitzbühel Flexi Wander Pass - buy locally

Kitzbühel Flexi Wander Pass - buy locally | from €66.50 - 3 in 5 days | from €82 - 5 in 7 days (prices include guest card discount)

The Flexi Wander Pass is available locally from your rep, and includes the local lifts listed below:

  • A1 Hahnenkammbahn (normally open 27 May - 5 Nov)
  • B1 Fleckalmbahn (normally open 27 May - 8 Oct)
  • E1 Gaisberg (normally open 13 May - 26 Oct)
  • G8/9 Panoramabahn 1 and 2 (normally open 24 Jun - 8 Oct)
  • H11 Bichlalm (normally open 8 Jun - 8 Oct)
  • H1/2 Hornbahn 1 and 2 (normally open 13 May - 8 Oct)
  • H3 Hornbahn 3 (normally open 27 May - 8 Oct)
  • B4 Sonnenrast (normally open 9 Jul - 8 Oct)

Subject to change.

Kitzbühel Alps Summer Card - buy locally

Kitzbühel Alps Summer Card - buy locally | from €103.50 - 6 days | from €76.00 - 3 days (prices include guest card discount)

Consecutive days only. Other durations are available.

The Summer Card includes up to 38 lifts in the region including the above lifts in the Kitzbühel area plus discounts on various bonus partners throughout the region.

In addition to the above lifts, you also have access to operating lifts in St Johann in Tirol, Wildschönau, Alpbachtal, Fieberbrunn, Steinplatte Waidring, Pillersee, Lofer, Going, Ellmau, Scheffau, Söll, Brixen, Westendorf, Hopfgarten, Itter, and Kufstein, making the pass excellent value for money if you're staying for a longer duration or are wanting to travel further afield.

Subject to change.

Things To Do
  • Plenty of cafés, shops and boutiques
  • Over 1000km of marked walking trails
  • Walking
  • Biking for all levels (750km of bike routes)
  • E-bike hire
  • Lake Schwarzsee with lido, rowing boats
  • Horse riding
  • Golf (4 course)
  • Excellent tennis facilities
  • ‘Aquarena’ indoor sports complex with pool
  • Bowling
  • Fishing
  • Casino
  • Museums
  • Alpine flower garden
  • Wine tasting
  • Visit Schnapps distillery

Things to do in Kitzbühel

The medieval old walled town of Kitzbühel with its quaint cobbled streets, picturesque buildings and fine old churches dates back over 700 years and is a fascinating place to explore. The friendly village atmosphere is lively with a wealth of stylish shops, pavement cafés and several events and festivals in the summer months. There are numerous activities available, Lake Schwarzsee is close by, where you can swim, row or simply relax at one of the lidos amidst natural woodland. Holidays in Kitzbühel are stunningly beautiful in the summer, golfing, hiking, cycling, shopping or take it easy. A horse and carriage ride! Whatever the season, a horse and carriage ride will always give you time to enjoy the scenery.

Festivals and Events

There are many festivals and events in Kitzbühel throughout the summer including regular open-air brass band concerts and folk music evenings throughout the week, plus:

  • Summer Solstice Bonfire night (mid-Jun)
  • The Kitzbühel Alpine Rally is considered one of the best classic car events in the Alps. No wonder that classic car enthusiasts from around the world year after year come to Kitzbühel to spend a unique week. The Kitzbühel Alpine Rally is held around mid June.
  • Kitzbühel will once again be a hotspot for fans of American motorbikes and custom bikes, when the Harley Club Kitzbühel welcomes its guests in mid July
  • Kitzbüheler Summer Nights (Thursday in Jul & Aug, including live music and entertainment)
  • Annual Almabtrieb - cow festival in Kirchberg (mid-Sep)
  • Kitzbühel Wine Festival (early Sep)

Dates are approximate.

Family and Kids

Kitzbühel offers plenty of action for its younger guests. Many will fall into bed in the evening with rosy cheeks exhausted and dreaming of Kitzbühel adventures. In July and August, a weekly children´s program is offered.

"Are we there yet?"
Each of the themes trails around Kitzbühel represents a topic. This means the hike is an adventure and along the way you also learn a lot.

E-Bikes in Kitzbühel

The Kitzbüheler Alps is the world’s largest E-Bike region with hundreds of kilometers of marked trails. E-Bikes make easy work of the scenic meadow and riverside paths as well as climbs up to viewpoints and there are dozens of charging stations around the area, making it a fantastic and easy way to explore.

Popular E-bike routes include the path from Kitzbühel to St. Johann via the Roman Trail, continuing through the Großachental valley to Erpfendorf; the beautiful loop around Pillersee Lake; the Tyrolean farms of the Bichlach region, and the lovely hour-long ride to Westendorf. Cost approx €20 per day. Routes are graded blue, red and black for difficulty and maps are provided at the Tourist Office and at Element 3, where E-Bike rental is also available.

Kitzbühel Excursions

Pre-book your excursions online or give us a call

Grossglockner from £48/32 per adult/child (full day)

This spectacular journey takes you over the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, an incredible feat of engineering with stunning views. From the Franz-Josef's Höhe you'll see the Pasterze glacier and maybe catch a glimpse of 3,798-metre summit of the Grossglockner. Keep a look out for the wild marmots and Ibex too - they love the high alpine conditions. You can visit the free museums and exhibitions to learn about the National Park or enjoy a walk round the area and a tasty Austrian mountain meal.

Departs: Tuesdays

Salzburg from £42/26 per adult/child (full day)

Salzburg is a city full of culture, history and music. Visit Mozart’s birthplace, enjoy the view from the Hohensalzburg Fortress, or wander the famous Getreidegasse shopping street. Immerse yourself in history as you explore the medieval Old Town, discover museums and Baroque churches or visit the Salzburg Residenz Palace - the DomQuartier. There is an optional guided walking tour which is a great way to see more of the city (payable locally, approx. €12 per person).

Departs: Thursdays

Berchtesgaden from £42/26 per adult/child (full day)

There's a few options for you to choose from on this interesting trip to Berchtesgaden. Spend the day discovering the pretty Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden itself, or choose one of the optional extras that you can add on to your day (difference payable locally).

The most famous is the Kehlsteinhaus (Eagle's Nest). Explore the historic building and surrounding area, with spectacular views on a clear day over the King's Lake. The house is famous for being Nazi-constructed and was used for government and social meetings by Hitler and the Nazi Party. Alternatively, head underground to see the Salt Mines. A network of tunnels and slides take you on an underground adventure discovering this once very important industry (optional add-ons are payable locally - Eagle's Nest approx. €30.80 per person, Salt Mines approx. €22.50 per person).

Departs: Fridays

Bookable Locally

Hidden Treasures from approx. €45/25 per adult/child

Discover some of the area's best kept secrets on this trip which combines three unique destinations. Our first 'treasure' is Kufstein, located on the banks of the River Inn. You'll have time to explore and admire this border town with its dominating Fortress. Next, you're off to the beautiful local Hechtsee lake, surrounded by forests and steeped in folklore. Our final destination is Rattenberg, rich in history and famous for Kisslinger glass - watch a glass-blowing demonstration and explore the picturesque streets of this tiny city.

Departs: Wednesdays

We act at all times as a selling agent for the suppliers. All excursions require minimum numbers to run and are subject to change. Some excursions may not be available to pre-book in low season but may be available to book locally subject to numbers. Prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. Please see our terms & conditions.

Good to know

Walking trails: 1,000km of walking trails with great lift network

Terrain: Diverse terrain from rolling hills to dramatic peaks

Best time to go: end of May to start of October. It can get hot in July and August but a dip in a lake is a great way to cool off

Recommended for: Walkers of all abilities, families, nature, activities, sightseeing, food and drink

Fly into: Innsbruck or Salzburg (approx. 2 hours)

Transfer time: approx. 2 hours from Innsbruck or 1 hour 30 mins from Salzburg by coach

Rep service: In resort

Inghams Guided Walks included

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