The hiking trail at a glance
Diverse and full of surprises - A path with many goals!Read more
Section 1 (Fernpass - Nassereith)
In the footsteps of amber, Romans and pilgrims ...Read more
Section 2 (Nassereith - Obtarrenz)
Of glaciers, swamps and rare scorpions ...Read more
Section 3 (Obtarrenz - Tarrenz)
You'll pass fortresses, gorges and a brewery ...Read more
Section 4 (Tarrenz - Imst)
Where narrow gorges give way to unforgettable views and insights ...Read more
Section 5 (Imst - Imsterberg)
Stunning views, cool woods and past chapels.Read more
Section 6 (Imsterberg - Kronburg)
The next stage destination is hard to miss: Kronburg fortress as crowning of the stageRead more
Section 7 (Zams - Landeck)
On forest and meadow paths, at mountain and lake resorts, down to town and castle.Read more
Pastor Maaß Rundweg
Starting at the Barbarakirche, the pastor Maass walks along the path around Fließ to the parish church. Through its vari…Read more
The element earthRead more
Waldwegrunde water alb
A myth tells of the 4 elements fire, water, air and earth, which are represented by the 4 Albigen (nature Elves), as wel…Read more
The element fireRead more
The element airRead more
High Trail Stanzerwaal
The after an ancient irrigation system - the so-called. Waalen - named round runs on gently cut narrow way through the f…Read more
Starkenberger Panoramic Route: for inexperienced hikers and families
"It does not always have to be a long long-distance trail: In Tyrol, an easy route opens in the summer - regarding both length and degree of difficulty." The 59 km long, family-friendly Starkenberger Panoramaweg (...) promises a variety of impressions. The landscape offers a richness of variety: open panoramic views, deep gorges, lakes, villages, and on the other hand there are castles and fortresses along the way. "
- This is how Spiegel Online writes in its issue of 14.07.2018 -
The hiking trail in motion
For all the visual hikers out there, a small, moving summary of the Starkenberger Panoramic Route. Because pictures say more than a thousand words...
Sights and Attractions
Not always only the way is the goal. Sometimes there have to be historic buildings, mystic natural monuments or culinary highlights!
Course: Imst Tourismus - Beinlandweg - Putzenwald - Putzenwasserfall waterfall - Sonnberg/Hochbehälter - SOS Children's …Read more
The castle hill on which today ruins Kronburg rises, was already inhabited in prehistoric …Read more
The bathing pond Trams is located in the recreation area Trams on a hill between Landeck a…Read more
Kneipp facility in Mühlsprung (near the fire station) with arm-bath and waterstepbasin!Read more
More highlights / sights can be found here .
Wherever our paths lead us, sometimes there are things that just have to be done ...
Museum - Power - Symbolism! The Fasnachtshaus Nassereith - a traditional experience of a …Read more
The Fernstein chapel, also known as Old Holy Helpers Chapel, is situated in the south of t…Read more
More must-do experiences can be found here .
An overnight stay can do so much more than just sleep well: feel welcome and at home!
Welcome to the Hotel Auderer!Read more
Welcome at Sport Appartement Schatz in Hoch-Imst!Read more
Welcome to the Hotel Stern!Read more
RECREATION AND RELAXATION ... Kronburg is the ideal place for that. We are located on a sm…Read more
More accommodations can be found here .
Map of the individual stages.
- In the footsteps of amber, Romans and pilgrims ...
- About glaciers, bogs and rare scorpions.
- You'll easily conquer ... fortifications, gorges and probably a brewery ...
- When narrow ravines open up and prospect leads to insight.
- Alpine Roller Coaster: Up, down and right to the Alpine Coaster.
- Picturesque hamlets and as a crowning the ... Kronburg.
- On forest and meadow paths, along mountains and lakes, down to the town and castle.
- Varied and full of surprises - A path with many goals!