Take your dog with you or go alone, take an hour or make a full day of it – a hiking holiday in the beautiful Tyrolean Oberland will make you feel happy and free. Why? That's an easy one: the baggage of everyday life becomes lighter with every step, as your spirit inhales the fresh mountain air, your heart rejoices and your soul begins to dance. More questions?
Our certified mountain guides will accompany you along the most beautiful hiking trails in the Tyrolean Oberland! Be enchanted by the undisturbed natural landscape and scale the most beautiful peaks or accompany our hotel director on one of her famous walking tours.
» In summer 2012, we were awarded the silver medal for the largest number of personal guided tours by the hotel director!
Depending how long your four-legged companion wishes to spend sniffing, roaming around or just walking, you will find plenty of space for every possibility right outside the hotel!
The Pitztal Nature Park region is a must-see for holiday guests in the Pitztal in both summer and winter.
Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis has everything the hiker could wish for. The region boasts a spellbinding landscape for your hiking holiday. It doesn't always have to be the highest mountains. In the mountains around Serfaus Fiss Ladis, you can also explore a variety of shorter routes. Of course, challenging peak climbs are also available for ambitious mountain climbers and hikers.
- Gentle, well-marked forest and meadow paths will satisfy your desire to roam at altitudes between 1,200 and 1,400 metres.
- Higher up, near the timber line at around 2,000 metres above sea level, the air is sparkling: delightful panoramic paths and hiking trails lead to fantastic viewing platforms.
- At 3,000 metres you will be at eye-level with the mountain giants as you hike from peak to peak.
Fendels is easy to reach via the cable car above Ried im Oberinntal. Or you can hike from Ried to Fendels along the Wassertal path. Once there, you have the option of taking the 4-seater chairlift to Sattelklause. This area is a real paradise for hiking through the Alpine meadowland with your family. Hiking along trails such as the one from the Fendler Alm to the Anton-Renk hut and on to the Stalanzer Alm, you and your family will be able to marvel at the unique natural spectacle of the “Fallenden Bach” (over 160-metre-high waterfall) Another must for families with children is the water and adventure playground next to the Sattelklause restaurant. Children will also be excited by the playful loop road around the Sattelkopf.
The Kaunertal glacier is known as the best place for lateral thinkers. If you are looking for wide slopes on natural snow where you can practise your slalom turns without interruption; if you don't like queuing up at the lifts; if you are looking for snowboarding options or you are an inspired Freerider or off-piste skier, then this is the place for you.
Experience the length of the Kaunertal Glacier road from an altitude of 1,273 m right up to 2,750 m. Our glacier road provides access to a diverse network of easy hiking trails, beautiful alpine paths and mountain tours at different altitudes, all starting from the edge of the road.