On eight demanding sections, the Eagle Walk follows a 100-kilometre route along the backbone of the Lechtal Alps, where trail users will climb 7,500 metres.
Welcome to the Lechtal Alps, famous for their sharp ridges, jagged peaks and rugged terrain. This challenging section of the Eagle Walk features 7,500 metres of elevation gain in 100 kilometres of hiking, but once you make your way from the starting point in Ehrwald the Lorea Hut, Anhalter Hut, Hanauer Hut, Württemberger Haus, Memminger Hut, Ansbacher Hut and Kaiserjochhaus alll extend a warm welcome and a sincere invitation to enjoy fine views and savour precious Alpine moments. The last stage of the Eagle Walk in North Tirol takes you to St. Christoph am Arlberg.
The lofty Lechtal Alps create a dramatic setting of unparalleled splendour and beauty. The terrain varies greatly, providing intrepid hikers Alpine glory, gorgeous views, a peek at the area's fascinating and impressive geologic formations - and a good workout. The principal of the Lechtal Alps’ 600+ peaks is the Parseierspitze (3,036m/9,961ft), which claims the title of “Queen of the Northern Limestone Alps” and will most certainly captivate you.
Welcome to the Lechtal Alps, famous for their sharp ridges, jagged peaks and rugged terrain. This challenging section of the Eagle Walk features 7,500…