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Summer hiking in Innsbruck

11th March 2010 Print
Walking in Innsbruck

Innsbruck’s summer hiking program is free of charge for all guests staying in Innsbruck or its 25 holiday villages. Included in the program is a hiking guide from the Alpine School of Innsbruck, hiking bus, and equipment.

The benefits of the Hiking Programme speak for themselves:

Free hiking equipment should you not have your own (boots and rucksack) as well as a free bus that whisks you off to the hiking region.

Just as important as the rental equipment is the competent guide approved by the internationally renowned Innsbruck Alpine School (ASI), which offers well guided walks all over the world. And guests to Innsbruck and its holiday villages can take advantage of all this at no extra charge.

These three to five hour guided hikes will be offered from June until October.

Once in a lifetime experience - enjoy the early morning on a mountain top. On the Sunrise Hike with the ASI you head up the Rangger Köpfl mountain while town and country are still sleeping. Gazing upon the alpine vista’s, experience the birth of a new day with the sun kissing your face good morning. Lark or nightingale? Anyone still fit by the evening should get on a lantern-lit walk with music.

It’s not only romantics who will be enchanted by these walks to Natterer Boden and to Heiligwasser. Heiligwasser is a place of pilgrimage and favourite destination for locals and tourists alike. The fantastic view over the sea of lights of the Inn valley below is truly unforgettable.

The Innsbruck Mountain Hiking Programme is free of charge for all guests who have the Club Innsbruck Card. You should register for the hikes the day before.

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Walking in Innsbruck