High Alpine Paths in the Ziller Valley

Berliner Höhenweg – Mountains, Ziller Valley, Home

 

The Berliner Höhenweg is a circular high alpine tour from hut to hut. During this seven-day tour you will experience the pure, untouched mountain landscape of the Zillertal Alps on an unforgettable hike with amazing views and wonderful lunch and overnight stops. 

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Peter-Habeler-Runde – Trails, Legends, Hut Tour

 

This 60 kilometer long circular tour encompasses six huts and distances of between 3.5 and 13 kilometers a day with the opportunity to also summit some additional peaks. The different stages take between 2.5 and 8 hours with differing levels of difficulty and terrain from mountain meadows and gravel paths to rocky landscapes, moraine and scree.

The high altitude path from the Alpengasthaus Breitlahner (car parking available) past the Friesenberghaus to the Geraer Hütte is mountaineer Peter Habeler’s favourite mountain crossing in the Eatern Alps. Experience the beautiful alpine scenery, spot marmots and chamois and be inspired by the imposing Ziller Valley mountains as you walk in the footsteps of Peter Habeler

 

 

Adlerweg – Flora, Fauna, Tyrol

 

The Adlerweg is the main hiking route through Tyrol. It is well marked and sign-posted and leads into the midst of the Ziller Valley nature. The main route alone (which on a map looks like an eagle with outstretched wings) encompasses 31 stages and a total of approximately 23,000 altitude metres.

Close to Ginzling, is stage 3-Z7, Ginzling – Breitlahner – Berliner Hütte. From Ginzling follow the old valley path (themed path “from Karlsteg to Breitlahner”) as it gently ascends through the Zemm valley to the Alpengasthaus Breitlahner. Continue on the road/ footpath to the Berliner Hütte. Download the route as a pdf here
(3.5 MB).

Download the route as a pdf here  (3,5 MB).