Guidebook

Top Innsbruck Hiking Trails in the Heart of the Alps

Prepare to be blown away by the challenging hikes, quaint town, and breathtaking scenery.

Description

Nestled into the alps, you’ll find the city of Innsbruck, capital of Tyrol, Austria. Not only is it a beautiful city that impresses its guests architecturally, but it’s also surrounded by stunning jagged peaks, mountain meadows, and a plethora of trails for hikers of all stripes.

Up for a challenge? Be sure to explore the Sellrain Valley, Goethetrail to Pfeishütte trek, or the Nordkette mountain range. If you’re looking for something a bit easier, check out the Zirbenweg Trail.

Source:
https://www.tyrol.com/places/a-innsbruck/hiking

https://www.innsbruck.info/en/hiking/hiking/hikes.html

https://theculturetrip.com/europe/austria/articles/why-innsbruck-is-a-hikers-dream-destination/

Mutterer Alm

Mutterer Alm

Axamer Lizum and Schlick 2000
3.3 km
A short walk through the Family Park at Mutterer Alm with spectacular views over the Inn Valley and Nordkette mountains
Private
From Hafelekar - Goetheweg trail - Pfeisshütte.

From Hafelekar - Goetheweg trail - Pfeisshütte.

Nordkette
4.8 km
A wild-feeling journey which takes you along a beautiful ridge, high above the Inn valley, and then into the heart of the unspoilt Karwendel mountains.
Private
Arzler Alm

Arzler Alm

Innsbruck
1.3 km
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!
Private
Sechs-Almen-Wanderung entlang der Nordkette

Sechs-Almen-Wanderung entlang der Nordkette

Innsbruck
13.1 km
This alpine hike leads over 6 alpine pastures of the Nordkette from Hall to Innsbruck.
Private
Umbruggler Alm

Umbruggler Alm

Nordkette
1.6 km
A short hike up to a new and modern mountain hut, close to Innsbruck city.
Private