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TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY

TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY

Discover our varied tours and routes

Kletterpark Pitztaler Gletscher - Erlebnisklettersteig

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The via ferrata "Erlebnissteig" is suitable for children from 10 years and is the ideal preparation for the other three via ferratas. At the top, the family is rewarded with a view towards Tyrol's highest glacier. With the maximum difficulty level of B+ ("Bilanzierstation" ca. C), this via ferrata is ideally suitable for children and makes hungry for more thanks to its natural type of construction. (220m length)

Kletterpark Pitztaler Gletscher - Murmeltiersteig

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Murmeltiersteig: The "Murmeltier"-variant becomes progressively more challenging and rewards you with climbing over granite. Where necessary, footholds are provided. However, you still get a lot of direct contact with the rock. This route is perfectly suitable for children from 10 years (perhaps with additional securing). Maximum level of difficulty is C on a scale from A to E. (330m length)

XP - Abenteuerpark

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Enjoy a very special day at dizzy heights. XP Adventure Park in Jerzens in Tyrol offers exceptional holiday adventures. Do you dare ride on the “Flying-Eagle”, a 50 m high zip wire over a gorge? This high ropes course is ideal for individual guests, families, groups clubs, corporate days and school trips. A beautiful playground awaits our smallest guests. Watch the bold climbers at airy heights from our comfortable sunny terrace or whilst taking a walk around the beautiful grounds.

Parcours

  • 2 introduction ropes courses with 6 challenges, body height at least 1.1 m
  • 1 Pitzi’s ropes course for children with 7 challenges for the little ones, body height at least 0.9m
  • 2 ropes courses for children and teenagers with 17 challenges, body height at least 1.1m
  • 2 teenager and adult ropes courses with 23 challenges, body height at least 1.3m
  • 1 Flying-Fox course “Flying Eagle” with 6 challenges over 160 m length and 50 m height difference, body height at least 1.3 m

Details zum Park

  • Total of different challenges: 59
  • Total length: approximately 600 m
  • Difference in height: 0 – 12 m (Flying Fox ca, 50 m)


Equipment can be collected 2 hours before closing time respectively.

Kletterpark Pitztaler Gletscher - Steinbocksteig

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Steinbocksteig: The right "Steinbock"-route is the one for experts. The greyish and reddish rock plates are all natural without any footholds. Its modernly built fun route is perfectly integrated in splendid rock formations and mostly goes up vertically in elegant zigzag ways. The maximum level of difficulty is D+ on a scale from A to E. (300m length)

Kletterpark Pitztaler Gletscher - Gamssteig

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Gamssteig: The "Gamssteig"-variant rounds off the set of possibilities within the climbing park of the "Pitztaler Gletscher". With a maximum difficulty level of D-, in between the "Steinbock" and the "Murmeltier"-variant, it serves as an ideal preparation for the expert route, which is easily accessible via the "Bilanzierstation". (350m length)

Scheibrand circular trail

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(1302m)
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(1277m)
Starting point: Boden

Type of cross-country skiing trail: Classic and skate skiing

Following on from the starting point in Boden this circular route runs along the Boden circular route and then in a figure-of-eight loop around the hamlet Scheibrand. As you will have to cross the country road, please note that you will probably have to stop to carry your skis across. 
 

Winter hiking on the path Millsteinweg

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Car park Fuchsmoos (1354m)
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Car park Fuchsmoos (1358m)
From Fuchsmoos bus stop or car park this hike follows groomed trails past Piller Pond and pretty soon into a forest, which usually looks very wintry as it is on the shady side of the valley. Hike always along the groomed winter hiking trail, which leads you up to the Kaunergrat Nature Park Centre at Gachenblick. After a refreshment in the Café Restaurant Gachenblick you hike on the same path back to the starting point.

Snow shoe hiking Kult(ur)weg

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Car park Fuchsmoos (1354m)
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Car park Fuchsmoos (1353m)
From Fuchsmoos bus stop or car park this hike follows groomed trails past Piller Pond and pretty soon into a forest, which usually looks very wintry as it is on the shady side of the valley.  

IVV Valley hike

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Mittelberg (1733m)
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Arzl (854m)
The valley hiking trail leads from Mittelberg to Arzl. Return as you please: either on foot via the same route or simply by using the Regio Bus to take you back.

Duration: at leisure

Parts are suitable for prams - may include gradients:
  • Mittelberg bis Köfels
  • Trenkwald bis Schön
  • St. Margarethen bis Abwz. Timmls
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