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Winter hiking

Hiking in winter mountain scenery

Hiking happiness between snow-covered peaks and frozen mountain lakes

It doesn't always have to be skiing, snowboarding or cross-country skiing. Winter hiking in the Tannheimer Tal has a very special charm on snow-covered paths. 81 kilometres of cleared paths - from panoramic routes to challenging summit tours - guarantee unforgettable snow enjoyment. The crystal clear air, the bright blue sky and the winter wonderland of the Tyrolean high valley are just waiting to inspire you. In addition, there are numerous tours for snowshoe hikers.

Winterbergbahnen inclusive
For the perfect snow experience, the Tannheimer Tal offers "Winterbergbahnen inclusive". For holidaymakers who have booked a minimum stay of three nights, the ticket includes mountain railway travel from Monday to Thursday. Pedestrians may be carried by the mountain railways Tannheim, Grän and Nesselwängle. So nothing stands in the way of a stress-free active holiday with a varied programme in the cold season.
The offer is valid from 13 to 30 January and from 16 to 19 March 2020. 


On 16 different hiking routes there is really something for every taste. For all hikers there are beautiful routes down in the valley. Whether you prefer a leisurely walk, such as from Tannheim through the nature reserve to the picturesque Vilsalpsee. The heart of the Tannheimer Valley is also an extraordinary sight in winter. The trail starts at the tourist information in Tannheim, where are plenty of parking spaces. From here you can reach the lake about four kilometres away in about an hour. The jewel of the valley presents itself calmly and gently in winter, snow-covering the diverse flora.

A particularly exciting winter hike on the 'Höh'. The hiking tour on and up the mountain in Tannheim begins at the mountain station. The winter hiking trail is suitable for families, is prepared daily and leads to the summit of Neunerköpfl. There, the largest summit book in the Alps is waiting for the guests to immortalise themselves. The 2.2-kilometre path from the mountain station to the summit is 1,900 metres above sea level and offers a magnificent view of the most beautiful high valley in Europe and the Allgäu Alps. After enjoying the fresh air, many inns offer inviting Tyrolean delicacies for body and soul. Get an idea of the hiking trails in the Tannheimer Tal on our interactive map 

[Translate to Englisch:] Winterwandern
Pärchen bewundert beim Winterwandern die winterliche Aussicht auf das Tannheimer Tal