Austria’s Hiking Villages
Have you ever felt the Magic of Walking and inhaled the fresh mountain air while out on a hike? Have you ever stood gazing at meadows full of alpine herbs and flowers or felt the sun beating down on the rocks of the mountain? Come and experience one of those magical moments when you pause, with the summit up ahead of you and behind you the people, barns and houses that grow a little smaller with every step upwards you take.
Enjoy unique experiences in one of Austria’s hiking village regions and discover hikes that suit your preferences. Feel the energy that nature imparts when you hike up to a mountain lake and savour the breathtaking views of Austria’s mountain ranges when you finally reach the summit.
Whether you enjoy having time to yourself and prefer to head off alone or will be heading out with your family and dog – the magic of walking is felt by each person in their very own way. Get out your walking boots and hike across the mountains from one of Austria’s hiking villages.
11 hiking regions
Tyrol – the heart of the Alps! Nowhere else, you will find a similar mountain panorama and such beautiful alpine meadows.See the regions
16 hiking regions
The interplay of culture and nature makes the country so special, and therefore it is an ideal destination for your next hiking holiday.See the regions
7 hiking regions
Styria, the green heart of Austria – Let yourself be pampered by the regional specialities of Styria.See the regions
4 hiking regions
The most southern province of Austria invites you to hikes on the Austrian, Italian and Slovenian side.See the regions
3 hiking regions
In about 60 km from Vienna, you can reach the Viennese Alps and be in the middle of nature.See the regions
Hiking State Tyrol
11 hiking regions in Tyrol
Tyrol – the heart of the Alps! Nowhere else, you will find a similar mountain panorama and such beautiful alpine meadows. For the Tyroleans, climbing and hiking is their national sport and accordingly, they have a lot to offer. Families and leisurely hikers as well as experienced summit hikers meet in the Tyrolean mountains.
Hiking State Salzburg
16 hiking regions in Salzburg
Most people associate Salzburg with Mozart and the Salzburg Festival. The beautiful landscape and mountains that Salzburg has to offer, are often only noticed at second glance. The interplay of culture and nature makes the country so special, and therefore it is an ideal destination for your next hiking holiday.
Hiking State Carinthia
4 hiking regions in Carinthia
The most southern province of Austria invites you to hikes on the Austrian, Italian and Slovenian side. In this federal state you can also visit the highest mountain of Austria, the Großglockner. But no matter on which peak you stand – the view over the mountain ranges and the valleys is priceless. Surely you will notice one of the numerous lakes, which invite you to cool off after the hike.
Hiking State Styria
7 hiking regions in Styria
Styria, the green heart of Austria has something for every visitor. rugged mountain ranges in the north, Europe’s largest region of Alpine in the east, the gentle wine region in the south. Styria offers scenic and culinary delights at a high level, which is why there are also many offers for culinary hikes. Let yourself be pampered by the regional specialities of Styria.
Hiking State Vorarlberg
4 hiking regions in Vorarlberg
In the west of Austria, on the border with Switzerland, lies Vorarlberg, which derives its name from its most famous mountain, the Arlberg. The locals describe their country as a “relaxing untouched land”. Anyone who has been up a mountain here and felt the magic of walking, does not really want to go back down into the valley. Vorarlberg cannot be put into words – you have to experience it yourself.
Hiking State Lower Austria
3 hiking regions in Lower Austria
Vienna is considered the most liveable city in the world. the nature and the hiking trails in the surrounding Lower Austria certainly contribute their share to this perceived attitude to life. In about 60 km from Vienna, you can reach the Viennese Alps and be in the middle of nature. Especially the Danube river and the gently rolling vineyards cast a spell over every hiker.