Adlerweg

This ‚Adlerweg’ is a footpath which goes through the whole of the Tyrol. On the main route you walk from St. Johann in the Tyrolean lower valley along the walls of the “Wilder Kaiser” across the ‘Brandenberger’ alps, the ‘Rofan’ and the ‘Karwendel’ range and finally through the ‘Lechtaler’alps to St. Anton am Arlberg. On a map, this routing reveals the stylized silhouette of an eagle; hence, the name.

The regional routes go into the famous valleys such as the Inn valey, the ‚Panznaun’ valey, ‘Kaunertal’, ‘Pitztal’, ‘Ötztal’, ‘Stubaital’, ‘Zillertal’ and the ‘Tannheimer Tal’. Further routes open up to the ‘Kaiserwinkel’ as well as the ‘Kitzbühler’ and ‘Tuxer’ Alps. In ‘Osttirol’ the ‘young eagle’ unfolds its wings: challenging high alpine marches around the ‘Großglockner’ and the ‘Großvenediger’ vary with comfortable walks in the valley.

Adlerweg Website