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Experience the Running and Nordic Walking Arena Tannheimer Tal Whether you are a breathless beginner or a well-trained mountaineer, the Tannheimer Tal is the place to be for everyone who wants to get out in the fresh air and explore the surrounding mountains on foot.
All active people, from hobby sportsmen to professionals, are spoilt for choice day after day: Tyrol's largest network of trails offers 26 marked routes covering a total of 186 kilometres.
Beginners' loops as well as demanding mountain runs are included.
And so that all guests know which route suits their physical condition and your requirements, a specially prepared map and small boards provide information about the altitude profile, difficulty level and length of the route - the running and Nordic walking map, along meadows, over green alpine pastures, at glittering mountain lakes...
Walking and running in the Tannheimer Tal is not only the best training for the body, but above all balm for the soul.
The starting points for all those hungry for exercise are in the six towns of Tannheim, Grän- Haldensee, Nesselwängle- Haller, Zöblen, Schattwald and Jungholz.
From here the walkers, Nordic walkers and runners follow the signs.
They're easy to spot: Male with sticks.
In addition, all the routes and ski slopes are divided into black, red and blue categories.
An optimal marking, which contributed among other things to the fact that the probably most beautiful high valley of Europe may call itself since 2005 officially "Lauf- und Walkingkompetenzzenturm".
Directions: Head north and turn right at the church, along Schnitzerweg to Langenschwand.
An entertaining descent to the Scheidbachalpe in the Vilstal follows.
Continue on the gravel path, past the Kalbelehof-Alpe and over a short, steep ascent to the Rehbach Hotel.
From there over the Rehbach and turn right.
Continue over a meadow saddle into the Steineberg district and downhill to Unterjoch.
In Unterjoch turn right and pass Vorderen Sorgalpe.
After a short ascent through the forest back to the starting point.
Tip from the author:Enjoy this untouched landscapeSafety information:It should be noted that there may be a risk of accident and injury in running and walking.
Despite careful route planning, a basic risk always remains.
Tour preparation through endurance sports, appropriate technical training and advanced training as well as personal prudence reduces the risk of accidents and risks.
Equipment: Personal equipment must be safe, usable and of the appropriate technical standard.
Everyone is recommended to inform themselves about the planned tours in technical literature or on site.
Complete equipment absolutely recommended even for the experienced! more information and links: "https://www.tannheimertal.com "Tourismusverband Tannheimer Tal