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Laid out in a star-shaped pattern, three themed trails, with starting points in Seefeld, Leutasch and Mösern, come together at the new viewing platform at the summit of the Brunschkopf mountain at an elevation of 1,510 meters.
A challenging mountain hut trail with guaranteed chamois sightings!
The new Karwendel Höhenweg trail takes you through the southern section of the Karwendel mountain range. What makes this tour unique is the frequent back-and-forth between the solitude of the Karwendel wilderness and the hustle and bustle of the Inntal valley. Starting from the Seefeld plateau, you head through forests and Alpine pastures on your way to the high mountains in which chamois sightings are all but guaranteed. Observant mountaineers will also have the opportunity to discover a great many other creatures that live at these high altitudes. Visitors spend the nights in hand-picked mountain huts belonging to the Austrian Alpine Association that provide exceptional service and are well worth an extended stay. The Karwendel Höhenweg trail is not suitable for Alpine beginners or children, but is intended for experienced mountaineers who are surefooted, have a good head for heights and are in ideal physical condition to take on the various stages.
Walk where the eagle flies! Clearly signposted, well marked and with detailed descriptions – along the Eagle’s Way route, the contours of which resemble an eagle with outstretched wings, hiking enthusiasts can cover no fewer than 23,000 vertical metres along 31 stages covering a total distance of some 280 kilometres.