Mountains

The amazing world of mountains with its majestic three-thousanders is one of the highlight of holidays in Tyrol.

Mountain ranges like the Kitzbühel Alps and the Karwendel Mountains (in the picture) in North Tyrol 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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    Allgäu Alps

    The Tyrolean Vilsalpsee Mountains with the scenic Vilsalpsee, a mountain lake, and…
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    Brandenberg Alps

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    Gailtal Alps

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    High Tauern

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    Kaiser Mountains

    The Wilder Kaiser and Zahmer Kaiser Mountains dominate the Alps at the border…
  6. Karwendel Mountains

    The Karwendel Mountains are well-known for their Karwendel Alpine Park, where the…
  7. Schafe in den Kitzbueheler Alpen

    Kitzbühel Alps

    The Kitzbühel Alps, called Kitzbüheler Alpen in German, extend in the Austrian…
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    Lechtal Alps

    The Lechtal Alps, where the famous Ski Arlberg Skiing Area is located, are…
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    Leogang Mountains

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    Lofer Mountains

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    Samnaun Alps

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    Sesvenna Alps

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    Silvretta Alps

    The Silvretta Alps - or simply called Silvretta - include a number of three…
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    Stubai Alps

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    Tux Alps

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    Verwall Alps

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    Waidring Alps

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