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This lovely short winter walk starts at the village hall car park in Wildermieming, which is located opposite the listed parish church "Pfarrkirche St. Nikolaus". The walk is suitable for people of all ages. Start by walking a few metres east and then turn right onto the paved Straßbergweg road. Follow the road until you come to a sign that points right towards the "Bergdoktorhaus", a building made famous by the TV series "Der Bergdoktor". Even though the series has since moved on, many visitors still come to visit the place where the series was once filmed. From the terrace in front of the house, you have beautiful views of Wildermieming and the Stubai Alps. To complete the circular walk, first continue north along Straßbergweg road. Then take the second right onto the Sonnenplateau-Rundwanderweg trail and follow it until you come to Lettenkapelle chapel. From there, take Mühlgasse road into the village and back to the starting point.
From the Murmel adventure playground in Gries you bear right uphill along the Zirmbach stream towards the Kneipp centre. From here you follow the main road to the bridge by a riding school. On the other side of the stream you return to the village on a forest trail.
This tour starts at the Marmota car park in Gries (free parking) and then passes by the fire department and crosses the bridge before bearing left along the toboggan run to Juifenau. From there, it is possible to continue up to the Juifenalm mountain hut. The climb up to the start of the Juifenalm toboggan run is approximately 200 metres long and quite steep.
The hike starts from outside Kühtai Tourist Information Office. The trail leads through the village in the direction of Innsbruck. A groomed trail from the Hoch Alter car park heads for the nursery lift and on to the “March” at the beginning of the first avalanche gallery.
You set off from the car park in Praxmar, at the end of which the trail leads alongside the cross-country ski trail through a beautiful Swiss pine forest to Lüsens. From there you can either return or carry on to the Fernerboden, see Lüsens - Fernerboden winter hike page 51.
From the car park in St. Sigmund you hike along the toboggan run in the direction of Gleirschalm and after about 200 metres you turn right onto the signposted winter hiking trail to Haggen where you turn right at the Schärmeralm. You walk through Haggen and cross the main road from where you walk on the sunny side of the valley and come to the Krainhof and continue on the prepared trail to Alt-Peida. After the cattle grid you cross the road and then the bridge. On the other side of the valley, you head back into the valley until you reach the toboggan run to the Gleirschalm. From there you follow the toboggan run downhill for a few minutes and return to your starting point.
This varied circular hike links the Stöttlalm mountain hut located above Golfpark Mieming with the Moosalm restaurant and guesthouse in Barwies. The gently climbing winter hiking trail leads from Lehnbach car park in Obermieming to the Stöttlalm mountain hut, where you can stop for short break. On sunny winter days, you can even enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the plateau and the Stubai Alps from the terrace. From there, follow the winter hiking trail left, cross the Lehnbach stream and follow the forest road over the new Stöttlalmbrücke bridge towards the Moosalm mountain hut. After a long stretch through the forest, which also passes a children's playground, you reach the vast open landscapes of the Mooswiesen meadows. A groomed trail leads through the snow-covered meadows and past old barns before reaching the next place for a break, the Moosalm restaurant and guesthouse. As you walk, you can watch the cross-country skiers glide over the extensive network of cross-country ski trails. The route back follows the same path through the forest to Obermieming. After leaving the woods, follow the forest road to the right towards Siedlung and back to the car park.
This leisurely winter hike starts at the hikers' car park by Gasthaus Arzkasten, an alpine guesthouse and restaurant. Walk past the guesthouse, turn right towards the Lehnberghaus and then turn left shortly afterwards to follow the "Sonnenplateau Rundwanderweg" trail. Children will enjoy a short break at the Weisland playground along the way. The trail soon brings you to a few houses in the Weisland district. From there, cross the winter hiking trail leaving the cross-country ski trail on your right and then follow the groomed trail south. If you would like a short break, you can take a quick detour to the Kinderhotel Lärchenhof family hotel for a drink or a bite to eat. Otherwise, take the next left onto another winter hiking trail, cross the forest road and then turn left to return to the car park. It is well worth rounding off your hike with a break on the sun terrace at Gasthaus Arzkasten.
"Enjoy to the full" is the motto for this special winter hike. In addition to the clear, fresh air and the soothing winter sun, there are 11 farm shops for you to discover. A perfect opportunity to take back a piece of Tyrol for yourself and your family and friends back home. You head east from the Raiffeisenbank car park in Mieming and turn left at the Gasthof Post and follow the asphalt road heading for Wildermieming. At the St Josefskapelle chapel it’s worth taking a short detour to the left up to the Steierer’s farm shop before returning to the trail to Wildermieming. Keep following the signs and you come to the village which enjoys an idyllic location and where you have the opportunity to visit another six farm shops. The Genuss Route then heads out of the village to the newly established farm shops in Unterfeld where the Zauscherhof farm offers you another chance to buy. From there you continue on the cleared trail downhill heading south to the main road which you cross and walk through the Fiechter Tal valley gently uphill to the hamlet of Fiecht and the next farm shop. You then go back to the crossroads and continue downhill to Untermieming and the next three shopping opportunities. You follow the village street uphill and you soon return to the starting point.
Enjoy unspoiled nature along this route from Axamer Lizum to Brennach, perfect during winter and for taking in some of that wonderful alpine air. The walk contains many steep slopes and climbs while traversing diverse landscapes. This tour begins at the car park in the Axamer Lizum ski resort, passes the Schaflam alpine hut and returns via the same route; almost 2.5km in total. Our four-legged friends are also welcome along this route, but must be kept on a lead at all times. Winter clothing is essential.
An easy winter hiking trail between the holiday villages of Axams and Birgitz with wonderful panoramic views. There are several benches along the way where you can relax and take a break. If you would like to stop for a bite to eat, the route passes the Tenniscafe Axams with its small ice rink and the Liftstüberl in Birgitz with its small neighbouring beginners drag lift and playground. The walk is possible in either direction.
This short winter walk doesn't require much time or fitness. The route takes a 10km-long even path from St Sigmund im Sellraintal through wintery landscapes. Along the way, you'll have a wonderful view of the Gleirschtal valley and the village.
This route starts behind the Olympic Village indoor swimming pool. After walking for one and a half hours, you will reach the Löwenhaus lift station of the Hungerburgbahn funicular. From there, you can take the Nordkettenbahnen lifts and cable cars up to the Seegrube in just 20 minutes and the Hafelekar at almost 2,300 metres above sea level. Alternatively, if you do not want to ride up into the Nordkette mountains, you can cross over Hans-Psenner-Steg bridge to the northern bank of the Inn. From there, you cross the road and then continue along a path that zigzags up through the forest to Weiherbug and the Innsbruck Alpine Zoo. You can return on bus 501, 502, 503 or 504 from Innrain or Mühlauer Brücke.
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