Hiking in the Hotel Adler means ...
incl. tour tips
You will find a few pointers here as to why you ought to choose the Hotel Alpenresidenz der Adler as your hiking hotel!
Hiking details in the Adler:
- 5 days (each week) there are free guided hiking tours with a qualified guide from the tourist association, whatever the weather - cable car tickets, taxi fares and food in an inn are not included in the price
- Free hire of hiking equipment (hiking poles, rucksacks, rain protection, etc.)
- Maps available in the hotel
- Hiking tour suggestions from the Hotel der Adler
Guided hike with a qualified mountain guide!
Head to the wonderful mountains in the Kitzbühel Alps! 5 days each week there are free guided hiking tours with a qualified guide who will reveal the beautiful features of the Kitzbühel Alps
Details about hiking in the Kitzbühel Alps region
An overview of the hiking region in the Kitzbühel Alps
|Themed hiking paths
||On the Erbhofweg find out what makes a farm a 'heritage' farm. On this four seasons hiking route you learn, among other things, how many litres of milk a cow yields every day. Or under the maxim 'Play, explore and discover on the mountain' find out about the numerous stations on the Alpinolino theme trail.
||Over 2000 kilometres of very well-tended trails make the Kitzbühel Alps a genuine hiking paradise. Be shown the loveliest nooks and explore the inspiring places in Tyrol. All the hiking routes are carefully laid out and maintained throughout the summer. Explore the loveliest aspects of the Kitzbühel Alps as part of free guided hikes with our experienced guides.
||On hikes from inn to inn you get to enjoy dreamy views, local specialities and cosy inns in the Kitzbühel Alps. For instance you can hike for 3 days in the Kaiser mountains and during a 3-day tour you can find out about all the available culinary highlights in the region, or do a circuit of the inns - anything is possible!
||With the altitude hiking trails and cable car support you and your family can relax and take in the fantastic panorama, saving energy as you hike from one mountain station to the next.
|Tyrol's Adlerweg trail
||Tyrol's Adlerweg trail proceeds in 23 stages over 300 km right through Tyrol, from St. Johann in Tirol to St. Anton am Arlberg. The eagle was chosen as the symbol since the shape of the trail is reminiscent of its wings and because the 'King of the sky' embodies pride, freedom and strength - just like the proud state of Tyrol. The Adlerweg trail starts in the middle of the Kitzbühel Alps, or to be more precise in Rummlerhof, St.Johann in Tirol. On the south side of the Kaiser mountain range, the first stage proceeds to the wonderful Schleier waterfalls, continuing to Gaudeamushütte.