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Hiking in the Tannheimer Tal

With the panorama of the Allgäu Alps on its doorstep, the Tannheimer Tal in the north of Tyrol offers many opportunities for entertaining hiking tours. Hikes in the high valley to about 1,100 meters altitude pas mountain lakes, high-altitude hiking trails, themed trails, attractions such as the largest summit book of the Alps and 31 pastures and huts waiting for mountain lovers. On the three levels hikers can choose from walks to alpine climbs or easy climbing routes

The most beautiful high valley in Europe is ideal for pleasure hikers. Cozy hiking trails lead from place to place, pass farms and chapels, or on the banks of the Haldensee and the Vilsalpsee. The mountain up to the second level is easy with the cable cars. Hiking trails lead via short climbs on mountain trails, mountain peaks and mountain huts, which offer fantastic views over the high valley and the Allgäu Alps. Alpine climbers will find great Alpine toursmountaineers and climbers on the third level: to the 2,249-meter-high Gaishorn, the highest mountain in the Tannheimer Valley, or summit tours to the Rote Flüh (2,111 meters) and the Gimpel (2,176 meters). Experienced hikers can test themselves on three climbing tours.

Nature reserve Vilsalpsee

Der Vilsalpsee im Tannheimer Tal ist ein Naturschutzgebiet und eingerahmt von Bergen

Vilsalpsee

In the Vilsalpsee nature reserve, the landscape is unspoilt and the world is still in order. Whether for hikers, walkers or also animals and plants is here the ideal place to enjoy the beauty of the alpine landscape.

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Tyrolean Mountain Trail Seal of Quality for the Tannheimer Tal

The new signage provides even more security through uniform numbering and pictograms.

The Tannheimer Tal has been awarded the Tiroler Bergwege seal of quality. This makes hiking in the high valley an even more enjoyable experience. From now on, a total of 1,600 new numbered boards with pictograms and more detailed information will ensure even greater safety on the numerous hiking trails. Information on route lengths, difficulty levels, refreshment stops, cable cars and connections has been added to the path names and numbers. In addition, a classic returns: the popular Drei-Seen-Tour  (three-lake tour) is fully accessible again after comprehensive safety measures. In addition to the Schattwald-Zöblen-Runde (round) and the Gräner Höhenweg, it has even been awarded a premium hiking trail.