Walking and Hiking in the Nature Park

Exploring the Nature Park

Run through sweet-smelling meadows, watch the sunset from a mountain, take part in a guided walk in the mountains or a hike to a summit, see wild animals, discover the 'eternal ice' of the glaciers, enjoy untouched nature, uncover nature's mysteries and much much more. Interested? Then check out the amazing summer programme of guided walks and hikes offered by the Zillertal Alps High Alpine Nature Park.
Summer Hiker

© Ursula Aichner

Whichever walk or hike you decide to go on, you will always be accompanied by a professional, qualified guide, who will make sure the hike is exciting, interesting and informative. You will find out about local flora and fauna, learn about the history of the Nature Park and be rewarded with breath-taking views of of the mountains of the Ziller Valley.
Bodenalm

© Hochgebirgs-Naturpark-Zillertaler Alpen

If you are more spontaneous by nature and prefer to make your plans "last minute", then this isn't a problem. The hikes and walks can be booked until 8pm the evening before. Also, if you are staying in the region, it's worth asking your accommodation provider if they are a partner of the Nature Park. If they are, then you can take part in the summer programme free of charge.
From June to October the nature park offers varied hikes for all levels of difficulty and interests. In the course of the family program or on easy, medium-difficult to difficult hikes, you can discover the diversity of the high mountain nature park Zillertal Alps.
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