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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 8124
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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Winter hiking offers in Berwang
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Winter hiking in Berwang in Tyrol

You can hike in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena all year round, even in winter! The beautifully scenic winter hiking trails in Berwang are cleared and sanded for optimum surefootedness. All recommended hiking trails are suited for the entire family; most are even accessible with an off-road pram. Use the Bergbahnen Berwang for the ascent and/or descent for selected winter tours. Enquire about the affordable transport rates for walkers! We have put together a few useful tips for you so that you can fully enjoy your winter hike in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena.

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Winter hiking in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

  • Tip 1: Plan the best hiking time

    Winter days are short and the sun usually only shines for a few hours. The early afternoon is therefore particularly suitable for a winter hike. Enquire about when the sun shines on the path of your choice.
  • Tip 2: Important: sun protection

    Don’t underestimate the power of the winter sun. Moreover, the snow reflects UV rays. Apply sunscreen to your face, ears and hands, and wear sunglasses. Children’s skin is particularly sensitive!
  • Tip 3: Keep yourself warm

    The body loses lots of warmth via the head, and is particularly the case for babies and toddlers. Protect head and hands with caps and gloves as cold wind and shady spots make temperatures drop rapidly.
  • Tip 4: Wear the right hiking boots

    Padded boots reaching over the ankles are ideal for winter hiking. While the winter hiking trails in Berwang are cleared, some snow can always fall into low-cut shoes. The result: cold, wet feet and not much hiking fun.
  • Tip 5: Plan hiking breaks

    Even though hikes in winter might not last as long as in summer, you should still plan breaks. The body loses more energy in the cold and fatigues faster. Bring a foldable thermo-material cushion and, if there’s no rest stop option, a thermos flask filled with hot tea.
  • Tip 6: Wear multiple layers of clothing

    Useful in summer, tried and tested for winter hikes: you can put on or take off one or several layers depending on temperature, sun, shade and time of day.

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Winter hiking trails in Berwang

Local specialties and rustic huts

Winter hiking

Jägerhausweg

From the valley station to the mountain station of the Egghof Sun Jet or the other way around: the winter hiking trail is accessible in both directions.
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Family excursion with the toboggan

Winter hiking

Hochalmweg

Winter hiking trails from the valley to the mountain station of the Sonnalmbahn or the other way around: this path is worth it in both directions.
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Torch-lit hike with the whole family

Winter hiking

Biligweg

Scenically beautiful round path with gentle ascents and descents; can be walked in both directions.
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Snowshoe hiking at the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

Winter hiking

Berwang-Rinnen-Brand-Mitteregg walk

Slightly more demanding round hiking path, scenically divine, and ideally suited for families.
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