Behind the charming mountain village of Eng (featuring a dairy farm open to visitors) there is a wide walking trail towards the Falkenhütte. Passing through a combination of meadows and forests, walkers make their way up to the Hohljoch ridge at 1,794 m. A short descent through the Laliderer Reisen is followed by a section of up and down. The trail then gently winds its way up to the Spielissjoch and the impressive Falkenhütte.
Eagle View Stage 9 · The Großer Ahornboden is a protected area of outstanding natural beauty with more than 2000 sycamore trees between 300 and 600 years old growing in front of a spectacular rock backdrop. Early summer and autumn are the two best times to visit this area and admire the incredible colours of nature.
Eagle Kick Stage 9 · Measuring almost 1,000 metres from bottom to top, the Laliderer Wände are a series of sheer rockfaces in the Karwendel Mountains and home to some of the best climbing in the Northern Limestone Alps. Most of the routes are challenging (rated IV to VIII on the Austrian difficulty scale), though as you get closer you will see that the rocks hide more handholds and footholds than appear at first sight.