Walk where the eagle flies!
Hiking the Eagle's Way
Clearly signposted, well marked and with detailed descriptions – along the main route alone, whose course resembles an eagle with outstretched wings, you can cover around 31,000 metres of ascent in 33 stages over a length of approx. 413 km. The eagle is known as the king of the skies and symbolises freedom, independence, uniqueness and power. Far, far up in the sky he watches the world from a distance. And precisely this distance and detachment from everyday life, this freedom, can also be enjoyed by those who walk in the mountains of Tyrol – hence, the name of this long-distance walking route through Tyrol. The route stretches from stage 8 to stage 15 through the Karwendel Nature Park and then continues with stage 16 through the picturesque Wettersteingebirge.
Further information on the Eagle’s Way complete with detailed route descriptions and maps can be found at tirol.at/adlerweg.
Hiking in the Region Seefeld