Tyrol's mountain world
Experience the mountains of Tyrol with our unique hiking program for every skill level. In cooperation with the local tourist office, an extensive hiking program is offered every year from May to October free of charge. There are daily guided tours with experienced mountain and hiking guides.
If necessary, rental equipment (shoes, backpack) is provided. You will be picked up at the hotel by a tourist taxi and taken to the meeting point, from where the tour starts. Afterwards, the taxi will take you back to the hotel. This offer is free for every Huberhof guest.
The Karwendel is the largest Tyrolean mountain range and one of the most impressive natural landscapes in the country, reaching as far as the city of Innsbruck. Numerous huts and "Almen" such as the Höttinger Alm, the Rumer Alm or the Thaurer Alm, are easy to reach for hikers and mountain bikers.
The Patscherkofel-Zirmberg nature reserve is part of the Tux Alps and is located south of Innsbruck. Discover the “Zirbenweg” hiking trail, running along the Patscherkofel and its adjacent mountain chain, which offers fantastic views.
On 2,000 meters above sea level you can enjoy a 2.5-hour walk through centuries-old stone pine groves and marvel at a breathtaking panorama with the Inn valley below. You can start the tour either in Igls (after taking the Patscherkofel Cabel Car to the mountain station), or in Tulfes (after a ride with the Glungezer chairlift).