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The Eagle Walk - long-distance hiking trail through the Tyrol and those stages which go through the Olympiaregion Seefeld The eagle is the king of the skies and the Eagle Walk, offers a truly outstanding experience against a backdrop of majestic proportions. In Alpine terrain, so high you feel as though you can almost touch the sky, it runs through the entire province of Tyrol from East to West. When viewed from above the contours
of the hiking route resemble the silhouette of an eagle soaring high in the air with outstretched wings - hence the name of the route. Many of the stages of the route should only be attempted by surefooted, experienced Alpine hikers with a good head for heights. The 320-kilometer trail which runs from the Kaiser Mountain Range all the way to the Arlberg region, is comprised of 24 stages ranging from easy to challenging, from flat to steep and rugged, from easy-going to extremely gruelling. 23,000 metres of elevation gain, 20,000 metres of elevation loss.
The East Tyrolean Eagle Walk is shorter but just as scenically stunning and challenging - 9 stages between the Venediger and Großglockner, 93
kilometres in length, around 8,000 metres of uphill elevation and almost the same number downhill.

The following Eagle Walk stages are located in the Olympiaregion Seefeld:
- Stage 10: “Falkenhütte - Karwendelhaus”
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- Stage 11: “Karwendelhaus - Hallerangerhaus/-alm”
For detailed information visit:
- Stage 15: “Solsteinhaus - Leutasch/Ahrn” For detailed information visit:
- Stage 16: “Leutasch/Ahrn - Ehrwald” For detailed information visit:

Each stage of the walk has its own “fact sheet” which includes detailed information and route descriptions. The fact sheets, complete with GPS
tracks, can be downloaded for free at on the relevant websites.
General information on the Eagle Walk can also be found on this website.