Follow small paths through the forests of the Karwendel Alpine Park up to the summit cross.
Around Karwendel and the Achensee
Majestic mountains, clear mountain air and unspoilt nature: the Karwendel Alpine Park and the Achensee region offer numerous hiking possibilities. The location of the Gramai Alm is the ideal starting point for your hiking tour. Grab your rucksack and reach your destination full of motivation.
A total of 450 kilometres of well-maintained and marked hiking trails spread out in the immediate vicinity. For example, the Adlerweg trail, which takes you on seven stages through the Karwendel. On top of that, the trails range from flat paths and leisurely family tours to challenging routes including mountain summits up to 2,500 metres above sea level.
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In the midst of theKarwendel Alpine Park
Tips for hiking around the Gramai Alm
Breathe in the mild air, move and magical views, this is pure energy in the most natural way. How you move, of course, is up to you: Do you prefer to walk comfortably or athletically in the Karwendel?
The Tyrolean Adlerweg leads across 280 kilometres of open countryside. Hikers can get to know Tyrol by crossing 126 stages. Some of the most beautiful tours extend around Lake Achen.
The Adlerweg is a long-distance hiking trail and passes across the province of Tyrol, where the majestic eagle rises into the air. The main route leads from St. Johann in the Tyrol lowlands up to St. Anton am Arlberg. Light leisure hikes are just as feasible as demanding summit tours for experienced mountaineers. The routing along the entire route yields to the stylized silhouette of an eagle.