You can enjoy many suitable routes for baby carriage during your holiday with children in Pitztal. Perfect for your holiday with baby or toddler.
Suitable routes for baby carriage
Suitable routes for baby carriage
Starting point: opposite the fire station, on the right hand side of the Mühlbach stream. The track begins with an easy ascent, with only a few minor hills to climb. At the first fork, follow the path to the right to the hamlet of Schön and continue to Ritztenried. Return via the same route.
Starting point before the football pitch. Turn right at the chapel, located directly adjacent to the road. Then, after about 200 m turn left in the direction of Unterleins. Once there, walk past the church to the bus stop and over a farm track to Oberleins. Return to the starting point via the same route.
Walk along the shaded forest road in the direction of Kienberg. When you come to a fork, take a left and follow a steep path to Kienberg. Once there, cross the road and turn left towards the Pitze river. Continue to walk by a flat and even path to the Jerzens fishpond. Return to Matzlewald by the same route.
From the starting point at the Jerzens fish pond walk on a shaded forest path in the direction of Matzlewald. Return via the same route.
Starting point: Kaitanger. In Kaitanger, directly below the toboggan run, follow a beautiful 2 km hiking trail in the direction of the catered mountain hut Leiner Alm. There are two options: turn left to Jerzens via Gischlewies, Falsterwies (approx. 1 hr) or turn right to the Leiner Alm (approx. 2 hrs).
Start at the church car park in Jerzens and hike past the mill in the direction of Stuibenwasserfall (waterfall). Once on the forest path continue to walk on it to the hamlets Wiesle, Ritzenried and Schußlehn. This valley hike has no serious inclines, some sections are right next to the River Pitze until you reach Wiese in St. Leonhard. Use the public busses at Wiese bus stop to return to Jerzens (bus stop: Feuerwehr/fire station). For information regarding bus connections please check the notice boards or check in advance with your accommodation provider or the tourist information offices of Pitztal Tourism Association.
Starting point is the junction/bus stop Timls on the Pitztal country road. It is easiest to get there via Pitztal Regiobus or on foot walking along the Pitztal country road from the village centre of Arzl (ca. 1.5
km). At the junction walk to the ﬁrst bend uphill in the direction of Timls and then turn oﬀ on to the “Alte Straße” (engl. old road, forest road) towards Wenns. Continue to walk to Wenns village centre always staying above the country road. Once there you can either comfortably return to the starting point on the Pitztal Regiobus or return by the same route. Walking time from the Timls turnoﬀ to Wenns is approx. 1.2 hrs
On the way to the catered mountain hut Larcher Alm, turn off left at the third bend and follow a path, which leads you directly to the ‘Gstoanig Kapelle’, a chapel. Return by the same route to the starting point.
As with the small Harbeweiher pond circular hike, with your back turned to the Nature Park Centre, turn right on the farm road in a southerly direction. Follow this road to a fork and also turn right in the direction of Harbeweiher pond. Unlike the small Harbeweiher pond circular route, continue to follow this road past a fantastic viewing point until you reach the Harbeweiher pond. This pond is an extremely untouched and wild, romantic area not far from the Nature Park Centre and lends itself perfectly for nature lovers who do not want to cover long distances. After a short ascent, you will have reached the highest point and can then return on a forest road to the other side of the Nature Park Centre.