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Hiking holidays in Tyrol, an experience in a class of its own

Why are hiking holidays in Tyrol a great choice for you? Because the Berwang valley is one of the most beautiful hiking areas in Tyrol. Here, surrounded by forests, meadows, and Alpine pastures, it is easy to both relax and be active. There’s no mass tourism, no hustle and bustle, and no noise pollution during your hiking holidays in Tyrol. On the 150 wonderfully signposted hiking trails and mountain routes, you will experience pristine nature, from impressive waterfalls and mysterious mountain lakes to fabulous flora and fauna and impressive rock formations. For a great view, you don’t have to start your hiking holidays in Tyrol high up in the Alps, you can simply step outside our hotel in Berwang.

Singer’s bonus for hikers
  • Guided hikes as part of the active programme
  • Flower and herb hikes
  • Torchlit and moonlit hikes
  • Private guide available on request (for a fee)
  • Singer’s Hiking Kit: hiking rucksack (can also be supplied with food), hiking poles, and hiking map (on request)

Hiking holidays in Tyrol? Or do you prefer bike holidays?

Perhaps hiking holidays in Tyrol are not for you. Not a problem. Whether you’re a mountain biker, e-biker, freerider, or leisure cyclist – the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is a true paradise for bike lovers with more than 4,330 km of well-marked trails. Choose one of the countless breath-taking tours that start right at the front door of our 4-star hotel in Tyrol, follow the forest and Alpine paths, and admire the impressive Tyrolean nature and the spectacular 360-degree panoramic view. You will be thrilled by the incredible nature around our bike hotel in Tyrol!

Approved bike area
  • More than 100 marked trails
  • More than 20 planned tours
  • 4,330 km road network
  • 100,000 metres of elevation
  • Freeride track “Forest Thunder” in Lermoos
  • Movelo region – perfect e-bike infrastructure with an extensive network of hire and battery exchange stations
  • Bike guides & bike hire shops – Sport Alm Berwang, Sport Nagele Bichlbach, Bike Guides Lermoos

Discover the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena holiday region

During your hiking holidays in Tyrol, you can expect not only majestic mountain peaks but also refreshingly cool bathing lakes with breath-taking Alpine backdrops.

Lake Heiterwang – the giant

Lake Heiterwang together with Lake Plansee form the second largest body of water in Tyrol. The fjord-like landscape can best be explored by boat – for example, on the MS Margarethe or MS Wilhelm. The diverse underwater flora and fauna in combination with the excellent water quality and visibility also offer ideal diving conditions. It is also a popular spot among fishers.

Lake Mittersee – the place to be

Lake Mittersee is a small idyllic mountain lake near Biberwier. The water temperature can reach up to 22 °C in summer. Little bathers can let off steam at the playground during their hiking holidays in Tyrol.

Bathing Lake Bichlbach – fun in the sun

The natural bathing Lake Bichlbach offers 1,400 m² of water with a children’s area, rafting equipment, mini golf area, beach volleyball court, tennis court, climbing park, flying fox, disc golf, and much more.

Lake Sebensee – the high mountain lake

At 1,675 metres above sea level above the Ehrwalder Alm lies the Lake Seebensee in the Mieminger mountain range. With its unique location and deep turquoise blue colour, it is a popular destination for hikers and bikers.

Lake Drachensee – refreshing!

Lake Drachensee is the highest lake in the region. It lies directly below the Coburger Hütte hut at 1,910 metres above sea level and is 28 metres deep. The lake’s water temperature is guaranteed to cool you down during hiking holidays in Tyrol!

Lake Blindsee – the insider tip

Our hotel in the Zugspitz Arena is just 15 minutes away from the idyllic Lake Blindsee. Even the journey there is picturesque: as you follow a narrow road through the forest, you soon catch a glimpse of the deep blue lake sparkling in the sun. Park the car in the car park and walk the rest of the way for a refreshing swim in the clear mountain water. If you feel the need for a little exercise before cooling off, a walk around the lake is highly recommended – by the way, you can also enjoy the lake’s surroundings on your mountain bike.

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