Get an eagle's eye view of beautiful Tirol. Special sightseeing telescopes are installed at scenic vantage points along the Eagle Walk, allowing uninterrupted panoramic views of Tirol’s stunning mountain scenery.
The Eagle represents the traits of freedom and independence, power and wisdom, and soars with grandeur and dignity over Tirol’s glorious mountain scenery. The same grandeur and dignity is what you will experience by hiking the Eagle Walk long-distance trail - and by admiring the scenery through the special sightseeing telescope viewers which have been installed in nine scenic locations along the Eagle Walk. Six more Eagle Walk viewers are located at lofty observation points on opposite valley slopes, offering stunning views of the Eagle Walk route.
Explore all mountains you can see! The Eagle View state-of-the-art telescopes make it possible. They show the names of all mountains and peaks with a digital 360° panorama display, along with the route of the Eagle Walk. This makes it possible to view the Eagle Walk route from one Eagle View telescope location to the next. Use of these scenic viewing telescopes is free of charge.
The locations of the Eagle Walk sightseeing telescope viewers were carefully selected and provide the finest viewing spots. Soak in sweeping views, making you feel like an eagle that soars with grandeur and dignity over Tirol’s glorious mountain scenery.
The six telescope viewers on the Eagle Walk are located at Astberg Reservoir 1 and 2 in Going; at Brandstadl mountain in Scheffau; at Zwölferkopf peak in the Rofan Mountains; at Muttekopf mountain in Imst; and at Sonnalm Jöchelspitze peak in Bach, Lechtal Valley. These lofty observation points are to be found on opposite valley slopes and offer stunning views of the Eagle Walk route.