Arzler Alm

Innsbruck

Nordkette

The Arzler Alm is a lovely mountain refuge with an extensive menu of Tirolian foods and beers, as well as a petting zoo and a playground. A perfect place for the whole family!

Hiking Easy

Distance
1.3 km
Ascent
209 m
Descent
0 m
Duration
0-1 hrs
Low Point
857 m
High Point
1.1 km
Gradient
10˚
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Description

It is possible to hike to Arzler Alm from Innsbruck city centre but most people choose to skip out the urban section of the journey by riding the Hungerburgbahn train from the centre of the city to Hermann Buhl Platz - a small square in the suburb of Höttinger which is 200 metres higher than the main city. The Hungerburgbahn runs from Innsbruck Congress, which lies on the junction between Rennweg and Herzog-Otto Strasse, at the northern end of the city centre. A ticket to Hermann Buhl Platz costs 8 Euros (return) and saves you around 1 hour of walking and 200 metres of height gain. From the Hermann Buhl Platz all that is left is a lovely 45 minute - 1 hour hike (which is uphill throughout), on good and well marked paths through a forest, to Arzler Alm.

Difficulty

Easy

Walking along a well-kept trail that’s mostly flat. No obstacles are present.

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