Day 1: Arrive and ascend!
For guests who cannot wait to explore the mountains of Pitztal on the day of their arrival we would recommend walking a section of the “Pitztaler Almenweg” that connects catered mountain huts. There are various hikes to the mountain huts in Pitztal to choose from and they can be chosen depending on how much time you have to spare. And there are hiking busses at every exit point to take you back to your accommodation.
Day 2: Climb onto Tyrol’s roof! Wildspitze mountain tour to 3,774 m
If you want to conquer the Wildspitze summit (3,774 m) in one day, it is best to take Gletscherexpress up to 2,840 m. Pitztal’s mountain guide association offers guided Wildspitze tours every Friday. Please note that this high-Alpine guided tour is not included in the Summer Card.
Day 3: Take a break at Café 3.440, Austria’s highest café
Every athlete needs to recharge. And why not reward yourself for conquering Wildspitze with a scrumptious piece of cake at café 3.440, while taking in the views of the tallest mountain of North Tyrol.
Day 4: It’s tough on your arms – Kletterstadl (climbing barn) Stillebach
Tyrol has a new highlight for fi nest climbing adventures. The climbing barn Kletterstadl at Hotel Stillebach offers a bouldering area of 150 sqm, a campus board, 45-, 30- and 15-degree walls – an ideal tip for active holiday makers on a rainy day.
Day 5: Discover unspoilt nature – Riegetal Nature Reserve and Gemeindekopf peak
Explore Riegetal Nature reserve with our experienced hiking guides and observe marmots, mountain salamander and chamois. To spare your knees you can take Hochzeiger gondola back down to the valley.
Tag 6: Enjoy some fresh air for your homeward journey!
Those guests who don’t want to say goodbye to Pitztal just yet before returning home can reach Riffl see Lake at 2,232 m within only 8 minutes by taking the gondola. Once there, you can take in the panoramic Alpine views and recharge your batteries for the imminent journey back home. Take one last selfie before either taking the gondola or walking the “Panoramasteig” trail via the catered mountain hut Taschachalm to return to the valley. Tip: Why not take home a piece of mountain cheese!