Snowshoeing & winter hikes in Tyrol


The gentle side of winter off the slopes!                                      

Discover glittering snowfields, deeply snow-covered winter landscapes and snow-covered forests!  Whether on your own or with a mountain guide, you’ll discover the beauty of Tyrolean nature away from the slopes with crystal-clear views!

Experience winter on your holiday in Tyrol with the Winter Hiking Programme. Explore the highlights of the Tyrolean Oberland with guided themed hikes. Or go it alone on a discovery tour.

Guidet winter hikes

To the prettiest viewpoints

We enjoy the fresh winter air and hike through our nature under expert guidance. Discover the winter world in snowshoes as a beginner or seasoned hiker. Take time out from everyday life and get to know the Pfundser Tschey. Or watch the fallow deer and mouflon in comfort at the wildlife park, Wildtiergehege Feichti am Kobl. Sound amazing? Then you should take part in one of the weekly winter hikes.

You can find the current dates and further information in our weekly programme!

Weekly programme

Guided winter hiking programme

In the middle of the icy and deep black winter night you will experience special celestial events such as shooting star nights, super moons, etc., wrapped warmly in cuddly sheepskins... up close. In front of the crackling campfire we let the impressive starry world around the Milky Way take effect on us. The untouched high valley Pfundser Tschey is far away from brightly lit cities and light sources and is therefore ideal to marvel at the thousands of sparkling constellations under expert guidance.

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Hiking on historical tracks and immerse yourself in the history of the Via Claudia Augusta.

A special winter hike that takes you back in time. We hike from the campsite Via Claudia Lake on historical ground, Inn upwards, along the Via Claudia Augusta to Altfinstermünz.

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Through the winter forest to the panoramic view - Hiking & Animal Experiences 

Fresh air, a leisurely pace and animal fun are the ingredients for the perfect family hike to fallow deer and mouflon on the Kobl, high above pounds. The well developed path is also easy for children's feet. As an incentive and reward, the impressive animal enclosure awaits you at your destination, with a wonderful view over Pfunds. Impressive wild animals that inhabit the deep forest can be observed, stroked and fed at close range. The child-friendly hiking experience through the mystical winter nature stimulates the imagination.

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We enjoy the fresh winter air and hike under the expert guidance of our hiking guides, with snowshoes through our great nature to the most beautiful viewpoints in the area.

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  • Binding registration required by the evening before - at your host or at the information offices.
  • Snowshoes are included in the snowshoe hikes.
  • Appropriate equipment is mandatory for every hike: ankle-high shoes, warm clothing, hiking or ski sticks, snacks & drinks

Winter and snowshoe hikes on your own

The wonderful hiking destinations in the untouched nature are also easy to reach on your own. No matter if you are looking for a simple family hike or a sporty alternative to skiing, you will always find the right hike in the Tyrolean Oberland. The best prepared and signposted paths lead to the most beautiful corners.

Winter hiking trails in the Tiroler Oberland

Rundweg Frauns
For further information
138m | 1.5h | 3.8km
Begin: Infobüro Ried
End: hinter der Innbrücke (Straße nach Serfaus, Fiss, Ladis)
Hiking tour
Hohlenegg - Rodelhütte
For further information
277m | 1.5h | 4.5km
Begin: Südliches Ortsende Ried
Winter walking
Winterwanderweg Schnadiger Weiher (Kaunerberg)
For further information
1h | 2km
Begin: Parkplatz Schnadiger Weiher (Kaunerberg)
End: Rodelbahn Schnadiger Weiher auf 1.800 m Seehöhe
Winter walking
For further information
20m | 2.25h | 6.2km
Begin: Bergstation Mutzkopf
End: Talstation Mutzkopf / Dorf
Winter walking
For further information
107m | 2.3km
Winter walking
Prutz / Pontlatz
For further information
61m | 1.5h | 3.4km
Begin: Infobüro Prutz
Winter walking
Langwiese - Freitzberg
For further information
381m | 2.5h | 4.2km
Begin: Südliches Ortsende Ried
Winter walking
Winter hike Pfunds | Altfinstermünz
For further information
118m | 2h | 7.7km
Begin: Infobüro Pfunds
End: Festung Altfinstermünz
Winter walking
For further information
255m | 3.5h | 10.5km
Begin: Bergstation Mutzkopf
End: Talstation Mutzkopf / Dorf
Winter walking
For further information
100m | 1h | 3.4km
End: Goldseehütte

Practical information for winter hikers


Give your legs a break! The Winterhiking-Bus goes every Wednesday to the Kaunergrat Nature Park, every Thursday to the Tschey and every Friday to the Kobl. The costs amount to € 12,- per person. Further information is available at the information offices or from your landlord. There you can also register for the rides.

To the timetable


Winter hikers can hire a valuable rucksack at the tourist information office for € 5,00 per day. The perfect companion on a hike through the snowy winter countryside!

It contains:

  • a thermos bottle
  • two drinking cups
  • two heated cushions
  • two hand warmers
  • a first aid kit
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Safety first!

Signs Description


Please note that only the pink signs are valid! The yellow signs only apply in summer. Maintenance of winter hiking trails is regular. The tourist office will give you more information about the current state of the winter hiking trails.

Winter hikers’ checklist

Pay attention to the following tips to make sure that your winter hiking holiday is an unforgettably wonderful experience. Always inform yourself before setting out about the current avalanche situation! The mountain guides, tourist information representatives and also your host will gladly help you plan your hike. This checklist too, with its useful tips, will help you be fully prepared.


Accommodation for winter hikers in Pfunds


It’s no secret that people from near and far are attracted to the Tyrolean Oberland for its winter hikes. That’s why some places to stay specialise in the needs of winter hikers. As well as practical information, you’ll also find the current weather forecast and avalanche warning and a hiking rucksack in the guesthouses geared up for winter hikers. The following criteria must be fulfilled for this:

  • 1 winter hiking backpack is available in the house
  • Information material for winter hiking is on
  • Weather & avalanche report is hung every day
  • Information on snowshoe or equipment rental is available
  • At breakfast there is the possibility for a marching tea (for a fee) or in the apartments there is a kettle


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