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Accomodations in Berwang-Bichlbach

The range of accommodations in Berwang-Bichlbach-Rinnen is as varied as the active holiday possibilities in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. Pick and book the right accommodation here!
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Bergbahnen Berwang
6622 Berwang 120
Tyrol, Austria


Tel.: +43 5674 81240
info@berwang.tirol
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Slope map of Berwang-Bichlbach

Slope map Berwang

Twelve lifts - one cable car, several chairlifts and platter lifts - await you in the family friendly, snow guaranteed ski region Berwang-Bichlbach-Heiterwang from mid-December to early April.
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For connoisseurs & mountaineers

Hiking in Berwang in Tyrol

For many hikers, the Berwang-Bichlbach region on the foot of the craggy Thaneller is the perfect starting point for multifaceted tours. Discover a variety of hiking trails around Berwang, the highest village of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, embedded in a sunny circular valley amidst the Lechtal Alps. There are the comfortable, often pram-friendly walks in the Berwanger Tal and the Rotlechtal, the connoisseur paths to the best vantage points, exciting round trails, family hikes and spectacular mountain tracks that make mountain hiking in the Alps a unique experience. Whatever you decide on, Berwang’s network of hiking trails comes with 300 perfectly signposted kilometres.

If you spending your hiking holiday in Austria with the Bergbahnen Berwang, you’ve already conquered the first altitude metres automatically as your holiday resort is located at 1,342 m. Master additional altitude metres quite easily with the Bergbahnen Berwang, saving you an energy-sapping ascent or the arduous descent at the end of a mountain hike. Most hikes in Berwang-Bichlbach (Tiroler Zugspitz Arena) are available from April to October, while the mountain lakes at higher altitudes are only traversable to a limited extent in spring and autumn.

Hiking destinations around Berwang-Bichlbach

Get extensive, sometimes free maps for planning your hikes and mountain tours at the tourism office in Berwang and from all info points of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. By the way, we’ve put together the best hiking tips for you at the bottom of this page! The webcams in Berwang and the live cams in Ehrwald, Lermoos and Biberwier give you a first glimpse of the current hiking weather in the region. If you’re hiking in early spring or late autumn, you should also pay attention to the current snow report.

Most of all, the journey is the reward when hiking around Berwang, Bichlbach, Namlos or Heiterwang am See. No matter whether you’re hiking with little children, going on a family hike with keen teenagers or embarking on a mountain tour, the hiking trails lead past rushing waterfalls, crystal-clear mountain lakes and blossoming alpine meadows. Hike to your heart’s content on meadow, logging and forest roads, master climbing areas and ridges – whatever you’re doing, you’ll enjoy the divine views of the Wetterstein mountains, the Bavarian Alpine Foreland, Thaneller, Roter Stein, and, last but not least, the majestic Zugspitze. Alpine huts, mountain summits and beautiful natural monuments are ideal hiking destinations.
 

Hiking tips for your holiday

  • Tip 1: Take the cable car to panoramic spots

    Many of the best panoramic spots around Berwang-Bichlbach can be reached with the Bergbahnen Berwang (Almkopfbahn in Bichlbach and Sonnalmbahn in Berwang). The following tickets are valid in summer: Top Snow Card, Tirol Regio Card, Königscard and the Z-Ticket. Individual tickets are available at the valley stations.
  • Tip 2: Snug hikes in the Berwanger Tal

    Why not take things easy? A hike on the Berwanger Talweg or the Wiesenweg to the district Rinnen are just that.
  • Tip 3: Picking round hiking trails

    Be independent from any modes of transportation whatsoever on the easily walkable round hiking trails in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. Pick, for example, the Billig-Rundweg to the Hochalm or explore the Brentrunde.
  • Tip 4: Change direction

    Many hiking trails can be walked on in both directions. A change in perspective often leads to completely new views and discoveries.

Best hiking tips in Berwang

Hiking paths & tours in Berwang

Hiking tour Wetterstein

Hiking tips

Mountain tour to the Thaneller

The 2,341 m summit in the west of Berwang is easily accessible with advanced mountaineering experience, very good mountain equipment, a head for heights and surefootedness. 
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Young and old explore nature together

Hiking trails

Valley hike

Mountain station Almkopfbahn and Sonnalmbahn (Hochalm) via Berwang to the valley station of the Almkopfbahn in Bichlbach. Wide, pram-friendly travel way, partially gravel, partially tarmac. 
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Hiking tour in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

Hiking trails

From the Sonnalmbahn valley station to the Hochalm

Hike from the Sonnalmbahn valley station at the way to the village Berwang up to the Jägerhaus on the Brenntweg through flower meadows and then on a narrow path. From there, the logging road continues to the Hochalm.
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Hiking tour in Tyrol's mountain

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Adventurous rope bridge in Tyrol

Hiking from the village Namlos to the alp village Fallerschein, you pass the spectacular rope bridge spanning a gorge. Something quite different during your family hike!
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Little ones discover nature

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Family hike in Tyrol with mascot

Mascot “Zugspitzi” accompanies you on the waterfall adventure path in Ehrwald. Even your kids certainly won’t be bored on this multifaceted round trail.
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Enjoy pure nature in Berwang Bichlbach

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Pram hike to the alp village

One of the nicest and easiest hikes leads up to Tyrol’s highest alp village, Fallerschein. The perfect place for a small snack.
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Hiking tour with a great view

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Hiking highlight Zugspitze

If you’re spending your hiking holiday in Tyrol, you shouldn’t miss out on a tour to the Zugspitze. Rack up even more worthwhile hiking kilometres on the plateau.
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Hiking tour in Tyrol's mountain

Hiking trails

Almkopfrunde

Start at the mountain stations (Hochalm) first on a travel way and then on a path to the 1,806 m Almkopf. Go back downhill to the Hochalm on the Almkopfrundweg.
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