Hiking holidays at the Hotel Truyenhof in Tyrol, your hiking Hotel in Ried for the whole family

Family hikes and leisurely walks in the Oberinntal region. Discover the Tyrolean mountains step-by-step.

Here at the 4* active and hiking hotel Truyenhof in Ried im Oberinntal you are right in the heart of Tyrol and also in the 3 border region of Austria, Switzerland, and Italy.

It’s as if Tyrol was created for hikers and mountaineers with its richly varied hiking network. Easy family walks, leisurely walks from Alm to Alm, through to challenging summit climbs. The Tyrolean mountains are home to more than 24,000 km of marked mountain and hiking paths simply waiting to be enjoyed.

The Oberinntal area around Ried is home to over 300 km of paths certified with the Tyrolean mountain path seal of approval. There’s sure to be something for every hiker amongst them, as this award is only given to hiking routes that are well marked and present nature in its full glory.

The many paths lead to inviting huts and Alms, crystal clear mountain lakes, and wildly romantic gorges and waterfalls. Come and surprise yourself at the diversity of nature when hiking in the Tyrolean Alps.

Enjoy the mountain huts and Alms in the wonderful hiking paradise of the Tyrolean Oberland in the Tyrolean Alps

Here we have put together a small selection of mountain huts and Alms that invite you to spend some time admiring the breathtaking panoramas around Ried:

  • Radurschlalm
  • Kobleralm
  • Gschneirer Alm
  • Platzer Alm
  • Alpe Zanders
  • Stalanzer Alm
  • Fendler Alm
  • Anton-Renk Hütte
  • Hohenzollerhaus

At reception, we will happily give you more details and share our love of nature and hiking with you.

Tip

A really special highlight is the Klammsteig path at the entrance of the Radurschltal valley, especially recommendable on hot summer days.

Gebirgslandschaft im Tiroler Oberland

6 good reasons to choose the Truyenhof as your 4* hotel in the Tyrolean Alps

  • Ideal location and base for numerous hikes and mountain tours of all difficulties in the middle of the 3 border area of Austria, Italy, and Switzerland

  • Free hiking bus (Pfunds, Radurschltal, Tschey and Kobl) with the Tyrolean Oberland Summer Card

  • Free hiking service with daily hiking tips in the Ried im Oberinntal area
  • Free hiking snack from our breakfast buffet

  • Weekly guided hikes offered by the Ried Tourist Office and the Truyenhof

  • Guided Nordic walking tour twice a week with hotel manager Cordula setting off right from the active hotel Truyenhof, suitable for beginners and intermediates

The weekly range of hiking offered by the Hotel Truyenhof and the Ried Tourist Office

The Ried Tourist Office organises guided hikes in the Tyrolean Oberinntal 4 all the family 3 times a week. Also, here at the Truyenhof, we offer weekly guided family hikes led by our senior manager Mira.
Get to know the Tyrolean mountains in a carefree way. Simply pack your rucksack, put on your hiking boots, and leave the rest of the planning to pass, for unique mountain experiences on your hiking holidays in the Tyrolean Alps.
More detailed information is available from hotel reception or from the Tourist Office in the centre of Ried.

Hiking paths & hiking tips for the Tyrolean Oberland

The Tyrolean Oberinntal and the 3 border regions have something for every ability and taste. Come and be inspired by our home region!

The 300 km of marked hiking paths, picturesque huts and Alms, glistening mountain lakes, and gentle Alpine slopes, impressive gorges, waterfalls, and peaks are simply perfect for hikes and mountain tours.

The Verpeilhütte 2.016 m

The Verpeilhütte is at 2016 m above sea level in a charming high valley above Feichten. This family walk starts in Feichten (Mühlbach), and follows an agricultural track up to the Verpeilalm (not open for refreshments). From here, you have different options as there are paths on both sides of the Verpeil Brooke leading to the Verpeilhütte. Once at your destination, enjoy the wonderful view and refuel with some refreshments on offer at this hut. It has been renowned for its tasty Kaiserschmarren (chopped up fluffy pancake) for over 40 years.

If you fancy heading up to a summit after this, you have the possibility of climbing up to the Mooskopf or the Madatschkopf.

Madatschkopf 2.778 m

The Madatschkopf is a mountain in the Verpeil valley offering beautiful views and is very beautiful and easy to climb. The summit offers you breathtaking views over the Kaunertal way into the Inn valley.

You walk through one of the most beautiful high-altitude valleys in the Kaunertal region, the Verpeiltal. The path is an easy one taking you through woodland past the Verpeilalm and up to the Verpeilhütte at 2016 m above sea level. From there, a romantic hiking path takes you through the high mountains up to the Madatschkopf. This is a mountain that the whole family can manage.

It takes approximately 2 to 3 hours from the Verpeilalm.

The Aifneralm 1.980 m

This high altitude walk takes you past Alms along a nature trail from the Aifneralm along the Kaunergrat ridge, enticing hikers further into the Kaunergrat Alpine region with its agricultural traditions.

Hohe Aifnerspitze 2.779 m

After walking from the Kaunerberg through the forest, you get to the Aifneralm. A path then zigzags its way up to the Hohe Aifnerspitze. Once at your destination, you will be amazed by the fantastic views to be enjoyed here.

The walk takes approximately 3 to 4 hours from the Aifneralm.

Thomas-Penz-Höhenweg

The Glockenturmkamm gorge high above the Kaunertal forms the backdrop for the Thomas-Penz-Höhenweg route.

The Thomas-Penz-Höhenweg is a linking route from the Langetsbergalm (not open for refreshments), via Kehm, Mahdegg and Hahntennen through to Kupp.

The route takes 5 to 6 hours, and covers 840 m vertical difference.

A good level of fitness and surefootedness is essential.

The Anton-Renk-Hütte 2.260 m

A wonderful footpath with fantastic views across the valley takes you from the saddle (you can get to this from Ried by taking the gondola lift) to the Fendler Alpe and then onto the Anton Renk Hütte (2260 m, not open for refreshments).

Panoramaweg

The Panoramaweg offers a combination of healthy exercise, breathtaking views, and culinary pleasure.

This wonderful footpath leads just above the tree line with not too much up and down, and has truly wonderful views.

You might choose to do this hike in the opposite direction, from the Falkaunsalm to the Aifneralm.

The walk takes approximately 3 to 4 hours.

The Brandenburgerhaus

The Brandenburgerhaus stands at 3272 m above sea level, directly above the Gepatschferner, and is the highest hut in the Kaunertal region.

This beautiful tour requires experience in high Alpine terrain and a mountain guide. The tour takes you via the Rauhekopfhütte and the Gepatsch Glacier.

Menschen auf einem Gipfel in Tirols Bergen

Enjoy a host of hiking benefits with the Tyrolean Oberland Summer Card

You will be given the Tyrolean Oberland Card free of charge on your arrival.

Amongst other benefits for your hiking holiday in Tyrol, it includes:

  • Free travel on the local bosses from Landeck to Nauders, including Kaunertal, Serfaus Fiss Ladis, Samnaun and the Naturparkhaus Kaunergrat

  • Participation in guided hikes

  • Deer feeding in Fendels

  • Entry and walked to Altfinstermünz castle (every Tuesday)

Tip

Just above the Anton-Renk Hütte is a real beauty of nature: the “Fallende Bach” waterfall, the natural emblem of the Tyrolean Oberland region.

Hiking holidays in Tyrol with all the family

How would you like to discover the wonderful region of Tyrol and enjoy the peaceful, wildly romantic mountains, valleys, and gorges in Austria and lovely walks?

Please send us your no-obligation enquiry now, or take a look at the packages we offer.

 

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