Theme and long-distance hiking trails through Tuxertal
The Alps are THE region for long-distance hiking trails. There are many highly different paths leading across Austria or from Italy to Germany. Luckily, Tuxertal is located in the heart of the Tyrolean mountains and is therefore as a stopover point of many hiking trails. Take a break in Tux-Finkenberg, enjoy Tyrolean delicacies and enjoy a panoramic view of Hintertux Glacier before you continue hiking to the south, north, east or west.
You can hike on this path, the Zillertaler Runde, for six days. Not enough? Extend your long-distance hiking holiday across Aschaffenburger Höhenweg!
The Zillertaler Runde can be experienced from Mayrhofen to Finkenberg or vice versa as it is a fascinating experience in both directions: past two beautiful lakes and Tux’s landmark, the Olperer. The daily stages of different lengths lead across good hiking trails through alpine and high-alpine territory –good mountaineering equipment and endurance are required here.
There’s a refuge hut at the end of every stage for mountain hikers to rest and even spend to night.
Retrace the steps of the mountaineering legend and hike the western summits of the Zillertal Alps on 56 km.
6 huts line the path named after the famous mountaineer from Zillertal.
The tour in numbers:
- 56.5 km round hiking trails
- Daily distances of 3.5 to 13 km
- Daily walking time of 2.5 to 8 hours
- As many summits as you want
- 6 huts
- All huts and summits above an altitude of 2,000 m
Who is Peter Habeler?
The Austrian extreme mountaineer was born in Zillertal. He is known for the first ascent of Mount Everest without additional oxygen supply in 1978 and many other first ascents, including with Reinhold Messner.
Get ready for new records when hiking in Zillertal!
A path for reflection and meditation amidst glorious nature. The rosary path leads from Tux-Lanersbach on the walkway to Weiler Gemais and the newly built rosary chapel. It continues across the Pfistereben meadow. Here, a forest track leads to Lattenalm. A short forest road stage takes you to your destination, the small forest chapel “Kapellstein”. There are four stations with seating along the way that each invite you to pray for one of the rosary secrets. Between the stations, there are also spots where you can pause for a moment to reflect in the beautiful Tux nature scenery.
Tux-Lanersbach 1,300 m – Kapellstein 1,700 m
Walking time approx. 1 to 1.5 hours on hiking trail and gravel road
Find the path on the interactive map
The discovery of a cultural landscape. Why did people pull the plow in Tux? What is a carrier pole or a hay ram? This themed trail, which stretches over 15 km from Finkenberg to Hintertux, provides answers to these and many other questions about the world of mountain farmers on 40 large-format photo panels. On hikes and walks, but also in the middle of the village, the interested visitor will find these boards with photos by Erika Hubatschek (1917-2010) and information on various topics related to the world of mountain farmers.
In the TUX-Welten, fun, action and lots of adventure are guaranteed for young and old. So you experience mysticism and adrenaline in the natural world, which playfully opens up access to nature and its secrets. In the canyon world, flora and fauna, the interaction of the organisms is brought closer to you and the water world with the glacier flea safari on the Sommerbergalm prepares you for its "icy sister", the glacier world.
Destination address for the tourist information:
A-6293 Tux, Lanersbach 401
Plan your route online:
The airports at Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich are between 90 and 230 km from Tux-Finkenberg.