The Mieming Plateau and the village of Wildermieming, around 40km west of Innsbruck, are so beautiful that it should come as no surprise that for many years they provided the backdrop for one of the most successful television programmes in the German-speaking world. No fewer than six seasons of "Der Bergdoktor" were filmed here, and hikers can even visit the traditional farmhouse which served as the home of the dashing Bergdoktor himself in the series. This pretty hike is a must on a sunny winter's day and a great way to enjoy the spectacular landscape.
Total hiking time
0 h 45 min
- Circular hike
Elevation uphill 40m
Vertical metres downhill 40m
Best time of year
* These are approximate values and recommendations. Please take your personal fitness level, technical ability and the current weather conditions into account. Tirol Werbung cannot guarantee that the information provided is correct and accepts no liability.
Car park at Gemeindeamt (local authority building) in Wildermieming
The hike begins at the car park in Wildermieming. A short but steep trail (Steinreichweg) leads to the northern side of the village. Turn right there and follow the tarmac trail to the hiking car park. Continue right along the hiking path (towards Strassberghaus) as far as the Sagkapelle chapel. To return back to the starting point take the wider path further below as far as the crossroads. Turn left (east), head along the "Sonnenplateau-Rundwanderweg" trail to the Lettenkapelle chapel and all the way back to the starting point.