The amazing world of mountains is one of the highlight of holidays in Tyrol.

Mountain ranges like the Kitzbühel and Lechtal Alps in North Tyrol (pic: panoramic view from the Kitzbüheler Horn to the Kaiser Mountains) or the High Tauern in East Tyrol invite you to unique alpine experiences. The mighty mountains of 3,000 metres and the snow and ice-covered peaks are not only an impressive scanery, but also provide breathtaking views down into the valley.

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  1. Allgäu Alps

    Allgäu Alps

    The Allgäu Alps belong to the Northern Limestone Alps and stretch from Germany to…
  2. Brandenberg Alps

    Brandenberg Alps

    The Brandenberg Alps, also called Rofan mountains, are a subgroup of the Northern…
  3. Kitzbühel Alps

    Kitzbühel Alps

    The Kitzbühel Alps extend in the Austrian provinces Tyrol and Salzburg.
  4. Lechtal Alps

    Lechtal Alps

    The Lechtal Alps are characterised by a distinctive main ridge.
  5. Oetztal Alps

    Oetztal Alps

    The Oetztal Alps are part of the largest mountain chains in the Eastern Alps.
  6. Stubai Alps

    Stubai Alps

    The Stubai Alps extend in the south west of Innsbruck between the Wipptal and…
  7. Tux Alps

    Tux Alps

    The Tux Alps, mountains that exclusively stretch in Tyrol, are often also called…
  8. Waidring Alps

    Waidring Alps

    The Waidring Alps comprise several single limestone alpenstocks in the states of…
  9. Zillertal Alps

    Zillertal Alps

    The Zillertal Alps extend in the provinces of Tyrol and Salzburg up to South Tyrol/Italy.
  10. Gailtal Alps

    Gailtal Alps

    The Gailtal Alps are a Limestone alpine ridge comprising mountain ranges such as…
  11. High Tauern

    High Tauern

    The highest summit of the High Tauern is the Grossglockner mountain (3,798 m asl).
  12. Kaiser Mountains

    Kaiser Mountains

    The Wilder Kaiser and Zahmer Kaiser mountain chains dominate the Alps at the border…
  13. Karwendel mountain chain

    Karwendel mountain chain

    The Karwendel mountain chain offers numerous possibilities for those who love nature.
  14. Leogang Mountains

    Leogang Mountains

    The Leogang Mountains are a typical karst mountain chain and are therefore…
  15. Lofer Mountains

    Lofer Mountains

    The Lofer Mountains are located in Austria, strictly speaking in North Tyrol and Salzburg.
  16. Mieming Range

    Mieming Range

    The Mieming Range is overshadowed by the much more popular Wetterstein Mountains.
  17. Samnaun Alps

    Samnaun Alps

    The Samnaun Alps stretch in North Tyrol and in the Swiss canton Grisons.
  18. Sesvenna Alps

    Sesvenna Alps

    About two thirds of the Sesvenna Alps are located in Swiss state territory, while…
  19. Silvretta Alps

    Silvretta Alps

    The Silvretta Alps include a number of mountains of three thousand metres as well…
  20. Verwall Alps

    Verwall Alps

    The Verwall Alps are a mountain range that stretches to the Paznauntal valley and…
  21. Wetterstein Mountains

    Wetterstein Mountains

    The Zugspitze, which is the highest peak of Germany, is the most famous mountain of…

Suggested accommodations

  1. Hotel Pfleger

    Hotel Pfleger

  2. Hotel Elisabeth

    Hotel Elisabeth

  3. Hotel Kassl

    Hotel Kassl

  4. Hotel Sonnblick

    Hotel Sonnblick

  5. Alpenhotel Fernau

    Alpenhotel Fernau

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