Hiking & Climbing
The way to the summit
Thanks to the new eight-seater cable-car, lovers of the great outdoors are transported effortlessly up to the Rangger Köpfl hiking area. Starting at the Stiglreith station, there are a variety of tracks and trails for both easy and challenging hikes. Those who fancy conquering a summit begin by following a gently ascending trail offering breathtaking views of the Inn Valley to the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut at an elevation of 1,778 metres. After suitable fortification, you can tackle the final stage up to the mighty summit cross. The region’s programme of guided walks and hikes, free of charge for guests with the Club Innsbruck Card, is interesting and varied and offers something to suit everyone.
The trail to the Rosskogelhütte can also be enjoyed on a mountain bike. Starting at the bottom station of the eight-seater cable-car, the ascent to the Rosskogelhütte takes around two-and-a-half hours and covers 921 metres of elevation. After all the uphill effort, you can enjoy a well-earned rest, a cold refreshment and a hearty snack on the sun-drenched terrace while taking in the stunning mountain panorama.
I'm the happy wanderer
… something you can justifiably say here in Unterperfuss.
The village is surrounded by a vast network of tracks and trails to scenic and memorable hiking destinations. Can you imagine a more beautiful and perfect start to your day than a sunrise hike?
Every Friday our guide leads you up and up to the highest point on the Rangger Köpfl mountain from where you can watch the sun rise to the east of Innsbruck – the view of the Inn valley is simply breathtaking. Afterwards, you can enjoy a well-earned breakfast in the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut.
All guests staying in Unterperfuss can participate in the sunrise hike free of charge.
On several days of the week, our guests are invited to take part in free guided walks and hikes organised and led by hiking guides from Innsbruck’s renowned Alpine School (ASI).