Those who want to experience the region from its best side in spring and summer have to head out into nature. There are many paths leading there: Around 1,000 km of optimally signposted hiking trails await leisure hikers and passionate climbers. From leisurely family routes to breathtaking summit and climbing tours in the famous Kaiser Mountains, there is something for all types of hikers here. Fill up on regional Tirolean treats and organic products in one of the many lodges.
The wild one remains untamed - The Kaiser Mountains have been under conservation for some 50 years now. Despite enjoying cult status, flora and fauna remain native and diverse.
The famous nature reserve is a true wonderland for hikers: Pale and bizarre limestone, 1,000 metre high ruptures and pointed spires above the picturesque pastures lend the "Wilder Kaiser" its mythical status. In 1963, the entire "Wilder Kaiser" was placed under conservation on initiative of the Kufstein section of the Alpine Association. The Kaiser Mountains are a popular playground for climbing and hiking fans – this is where alpinists mastered difficulty level VII for the very first time in the world. Hiking trails of all levels of difficulty weave a network of soft adventure across alpine valleys and peaks. Countless lodges and alpine inns serve organic products and regional treats for hikers to fill up on. Secluded, romantic Kaisertal valley remains one of the most popular regions, even after having been connected to the road network. Those who want to get there need to negotiate 282 steps. A small effort to get to enjoy pristine, protected nature.
Up to lofty heights once more: Nature experience Kaisergebirge - Just as impressive is the nature experience that are the Kaiser Mountains above Kufstein. Make your way up on the Kufstein Kaiserlift, which in two sections ferries hikers into the Wilder Kaiser from April to October. Having arrived at 1,200 m above sea level, visitors can expect unspoilt nature, wonderful hiking trails, awareness spots, panoramic peaks and traditional lodge culture.