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Summer Holiday in Tyrol | Hike and Bike and Stay at Private Lodging Rooms and Apartments

Summer in the Tyrolean Alps

Walk along the idyllic lush meadows, hear the soothing sounds from a gently flowing creek, enjoy the fresh mountain breeze, and take in all the spectacular views of the majestic mountain peaks in the distance – a truly memorable summer holiday in the Alps. 


Tyrolean nature has so much to offer for all age groups and people with varying interests. With a wide network of hiking trails, alpine trekking routes, walking paths, mountain bike trails, gentle bike paths, leisurely family bike circuit routes, and road-biking tours, you can explore Tyrolean nature at your own speed and have a fantastic time out in nature.


For all those looking for thrill and excitement, there are so many unique adventures to be had in Tyrol. Try rock climbing and via ferrata routes, high-rope courses, canyoning, rafting, kayaking, and even para-gliding, sky-diving, and bungee-jumping for that incomparable adrenaline rush while on holiday in the Tyrolean Alps.



Biking in Tyrol

A wide range of choices are available for all biking enthusiasts visiting Tyrol. The amazing alpine landscape may be perfectly suited for skiers during winter, but during summer all bikers can make even better use of the spectacular natural features and explore new areas every single day. Great exercise, challenging ascents, spectacular views of the mountain scenery, and thrilling rides back into the valley are all right at your doorstep. With approximately 5,300 kilometres of official mountain bike routes as well as 180 kilometres of single-trails, Tyrol could almost be seen as one single giant bike arena. From the Arlberg region to the Kitzbühel Alps, the Lienz Dolomites and Karwendel mountain range, find the perfect area for you to conquer by bike, no matter which degree of difficulty you prefer.


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Hiking in Tyrol

The small county of Tyrol is located in the heart of Europe and is famous for the spectacular alpine landscape with more than 600 mountain peaks higher than 3,000 metres above sea-level. With more than one quarter of the Tyrolean landscape being nature conservation areas, many of the 15,000 kilometres of marked hiking trails in Tyrol lead through the five Tyrolean nature-parks, such as the spectacular National Park Hohe Tauern.


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Magical Winter in Tyrol

Family Holiday in Tyrol

Explore the fun activities perfectly suited for families!

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Barrierefreier Urlaub ohne Hindernisse in Tirol

Holiday with no limitations

Have a look at Tyrol's wheelchair accessible accommodations.

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Tyrol's Culinary Delights

Tasty Tyrol

Take a look at some of the delicious treats awaiting you in Tyrol!

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