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TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY

TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY

Discover our varied tours and routes

Arzl - Imst/Pitztal train station

Start
Tourist information office Arzl (854m)
Finish
Train station Imst - Pitztal (722m)
Walk along the main road from the starting point in the direction of Imst to the “Pitztal Grill” diner. At the end of the car park a path leads in the direction of the industrial estate and after crossing the country road continue to the train station. Return to your starting point by bus. 

Small village walk/processional route

Start
Centre of Jerzens/Mini MPreis (1117m)
Finish
Centre of Jerzens/Mini MPreis (1117m)
Starting point: for this walk is the village centre of Jerzens. It is a circular route with panoramic views of Jerzen’s parish church. The path continues past the small MPreis supermarket in the direction of Jagerhof. The end of the walk is the church car park. Enjoy this path leading through flowering meadows.

Sculpture Trail

Start
Mandarfen (1675m)
Finish
Mandarfen (1677m)
„STONE SCULPTURE SYMPOSIUM“.
A number of diff erent stone sculptures were erected around Mandarfen in celebration of the international stone sculpture artist symposium held in the inner Pitztal valley between July 2008,2010 and 2014. This was the start of an artistic campaign led by the respected artist, Kassian Erhart, which is set to continue over the next few years.

Rifflsee circular route

Start
Rifflsee gondola bottom station (2288m)
Finish
Rifflsee gondola bottom station (2289m)
Take the Rifflsee gondola to the top then walk by the Rifflsee circular route [Rundwanderweg Rifflsee]. This trail is especially suitable for families (including prams) and for the elderly.

Piller circular route

Start
Car park Piller Zentrum (1353m)
Finish
Car park Piller Zentrum (1349m)
Walk in the direction of Galfunalm to the left of the fire station. Above the sports grounds always turn right at the crossroads to eventually return to your starting point below the sports grounds.

Klausboden circular walk

Start
Car park Klausboden (1260m)
Finish
Car park Klausboden (1251m)
After the bridge turn left in the direction of Matzlewald. After the sawmill turn left down to the river and then follow the signposts of “Klausboden-Runde” until you return to your starting point. 
There is also a shortcut that turns off the hiking trail along the river to the right and that is signposted “Klausboden-Route-Abkürzung [Klausboden circular walk shortcut]. Walking time: approximately 30 minutes. 

Osterstein tour small

Start
Parking space Fußballplatz Arzl (863m)
Finish
Parking space Fußballplatz Arzl (863m)
Walk from the starting point towards the playground. Bevor the playground turn right and follow the farm and forest road to Osterstein. Walk through the estate and then go back to the starting point along the Diemersteig. 

Söllberg waterfall circular route

Start
Wiese (1194m)
Finish
Söllberg-Wasserfall (1189m)
Starting point: Car park at the end of Wiese. From the starting point initially follow the forest road in the direction of Söllberg waterfall. The forest road eventually leads to a trail. Return via the same route back to the Söllbergalm turnoff, then turn left to walk down a trail. After approximately 500 metres you will reach the agricultural road on which you carry on walking downhill for approximately 150 metres before reaching the next turnoff. Then turn right onto the forest road that will take you back to your staring point. 

Jausenstation Waldeck - Krabichl - Jausenstation Waldeck

Start
Parking space Galtwiesen (1196m)
Finish
Parking space Galtwiesen (1197m)
A trail takes you from the parking space Galtwiesen to the hamlet of Krabichl in Leins. Takes about 45 mins there and back. 

Experience hike Piller Moor

Start
Car park at the entrance to Piller Moor (1525m)
Finish
Car park at the entrance to Piller Moor (1528m)
The hike starts at Piller Moor car park/ bus stop. Along this circular route the origin of moors, moor flora and peat extraction is described. Enjoy a beautiful view of the Latschen High Moor from the moor viewing tower. This area in particular is of great fascination to visitors of the moor nature trail as it gives an insight in the slow evolution of these fascinating and increasingly rare habitats. Seven information boards explain the evolution of moors, the moor flora and peat extraction.
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