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Eagle Walk

Long hiking trail through the whole of Tyrol

High alpine mountains

The eagle, the king of the air, glides weightlessly and looks at the world from a great distance, at a great distance. Hikers in the Tyrolean mountains also experience this distance from everyday life and this freedom. That is why the eagle became the namesake for the large hiking trail through Tyrol.

The 280 km long runs like the silhouette of an eagle spreading its wings
Main route of the Eagle Walk across the country: From St. Johann in the Tyrolean lowlands, past the Wilder Kaiser, on through the Brandenberger Alps, through the Rofan and Karwendel mountains and through the Lechtal Alps to St. Anton am Arlberg.


The regional route leads into the side valleys of the Inn Valley, the Paznaun, Kauner, Pitz, Ötz, Stubai and Zillertal valleys, as well as into the Tannheimer Valley, the Kaiserwinkl and through the Kitzbüheler Alpen. The eagle also shows hikers the way in East Tyrol and offers a wide variety of hikes in the mountains. Get lost.

On a total of 126 daily stages including alpine variants, you could climb 1,480 kilometers and about 87,000 meters in altitude on the Adlerweg. From leisurely hikers to sporty mountaineers, all hikers will find their very special preferences here, because the variety of the Tyrolean mountains meets all hiking needs.

Uniformly signposted, well marked and described in detail, the Adlerweg leads through a beautiful landscape to Tyrol's most beautiful places. A good tip are guided hikes, because if you follow a Tyrolean mountain or hiking guide, you not only play it safe, but also learn a lot about the special characteristics of Tyrol, its charm and its people.