Hiking to the very top
Are you a mountaineering fanatic? Or would you like to become one? If so, you're in the right place! We'll show you the most beautiful summit tours in the Innsbruck area. Not all of the peaks are difficult to reach and they don’t all require top mountaineering skills.
You don't have to be a mountaineering great like Reinhold Messner to conquer some of the local peaks. Here we have put together an overview of two easy summit tours.
These tours combine the uplifting feeling of reaching the summit with a comfortable journey there. The magic word is: "Bergbahn". Because where there is a mountain lift or cable car, you only have to complete the last stretch of the route up to the summit cross yourself. Then nothing stands between you and the perfect hiking experience.
Find the perfect mountain peak here
Some summit tours only require a short hike, the rest of the route is covered by a mountain lift or cable car. To see these summit tours, choose "easy" in the filters below.
Are you looking for the ultimate mountaineering experience? Would you like to reach the summit under your own steam? If so, choose "difficult". The results will then show routes for experienced mountaineers with good fitness levels.
This route starts from the car park in Praxmar and follows an alpine path south-west to Kamplloch. From there, the route leads north and features steep bends up to Sattelloch before continuing south-west through the bowl and up to the north ridge. Finally, it continues over rocky terrain to the summit of the Zischgeles. For the hike back, you can either follow the same route or, if you would rather do a circular hike, take the trail towards Oberstkogel. This trail has one short section that is secured with a cable. The route leads below the Oberstkogel and past lush green mountain slopes to the Dreiziger with its three large cairns. From there, the trail continues downhill, past Praxmar and along the Schefalm back to the starting point. The name Zischgeles comes from "Franziskus" and his Tyrolean nickname "Zischg".
Arrival, public transport
Regiobus Sellrain Valley – route 4166
In the surrounding area