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Jagdhausalmen Alpine Pastures, Defereggen, East Tirol, Austria, Europe
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Hiking under blue skies? Easy. But rainy days in the mountains have their own special charm. We set out to discover what sets wet walks apart from the rest.
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Searching for marmots.
Updated on 22.09.2021 in Nature from Wolfgang Westermeier
10 min reading time
Ibex, chamois, vulture, eagle and marmot – those are the five animals every visitor to Tirol would like to catch a glimpse of.  We have talked to the rangers in the region's nature parks to discover the best walks and hikes with a good chance of seeing these wonderful creatures.
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The Alpine ibex (Capra ibex) is a species of wild goat that lives in Austria’s Hohe Tauern National Park.
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Updated on 20.09.2021 in Nature from Klaus
5 min reading time
Teeming with unique wildlife species and plant species found nowhere else, Hohe Tauern National Park is the largest protected high-country landscape of Austria. Read on to learn what led to the establishment of Austria’s first National Park.
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The French have their cottages, persons from Berlin their weekend homes – and Tiroleans have a paradise on their doorstep. 5 locals tell us about their personal secret escapes: the perfect places to relax, recharge your batteries or just have fun.
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Updated on 10.05.2021 in Nature from Wolfgang Westermeier
9 min reading time
The closest most of us come to life on the farm is buying a bunch of carrots from the friendly lady at the market on Saturday morning. However, here in Tirol there are a number of working farms which invite visitors to muck in, get their hands dirty and learn what life is really like working the land in this region of mountains and valleys. Here are our top tips for farmyard holidays in the Heart of the Alps.
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Greeting in Tyrolean.
, © Illustration by Bertram Haid
Updated on 20.04.2021 in Nature from Benjamin
7 min reading time
Tirol’s huts offer all the necessities; however, we want to point out that a mountain cabin is not a hotel— instead, these are places that encourage hikers to slow down, to interact and to leave no trace.
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Updated on 30.03.2021 in Nature from Jannis
22 min reading time
The first summit hike, watching animals in the wild, tucking into a hearty meal at one of the local huts. Our editorial team has dug deep in their family photo albums to find those magic moments when they fell in love with the mountains of Tirol.
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Winter sports are all about thrills, spills and adrenaline, right? Wrong. Wolfgang Westermeier and friends headed to Kartitsch in East Tirol for a weekend of winter walking. Far from the bright lights and loud music of many ski resorts, they rediscovered winter in its most authentic and original form.
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Updated on 11.03.2021 in Nature from Maximilian Gerl
7 min reading time
Protecting the planet and looking after the environment are hot topics at the moment, but sometimes it's hard to know where to start. We have put together a few useful tips on how you can do your bit to preserve the beautiful nature of Tirol for future generations.
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Tirol or Canada? Gorges along the western section of the Inn.
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Updated on 03.02.2021 in Nature from Guest Author
7 min reading time
Tirol‘s central lifeline begins as a wild mountain stream at the Swiss border and rushes with impressive power through the Imster Schlucht gorge near the town of Landeck. From there it continues its journey a more gentle fashion through the rest of the region. We set out to discover life on the Inn and followed its flow in a canoe all the way to the border in Kufstein.
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