Experience days in the region of Hall-Wattens and Innsbruck. At check-in you will receive the treasure map of the region. With this guest card you receive discounts such as in the Swarovski Crystal Worlds or free use of the Regio bus lines including to and from Innsbruck.
The treasure map is also your admission ticket to the daily holiday programme of the tourist office, which we can highly recommend to you – a “KulTour” so to speak.
Active in summer – a wide range of hiking, mountain and cycle tours, horse riding and tennis. I can personally recommend a variety of jogging tours to you. Every year in May there is the half marathon Hall-Wattens and in June the master meeting of the swimmers in the Haller outdoor swimming pool next to the Hotel Heiligkreuz.
Hiking along the magnificent panoramic path between the centuries-old stone pines is a real experience. The easiest way is to book the round hiking ticket for the Patscherkofel and Glungezelift with us and receive it at check-in.
In the morning, take your own car or the free bus to Tulfes. There you take the included bus from Tulfes to the valley station of the Patscherkofel cable car (at 9:15 or 10:15). From the Patscherkofel you walk along the Zirbenweg trail at an altitude of approx. 2000 metres to the Tulfein Alm. After about 2:30 hours, you will enjoy an excellent lunch there, e.g. Kaspressknödel with soup or cabbage. Then walk or take the new Glungezerbahn to the Halsmarter middle station. After a coffee with homemade cake take the cable car down to the starting point.
For experienced alpinists with mountain equipment, a dream tour on the Großen Bettelwurf (2757m) north of Hall. An unforgettable experience to experience the sunrise there. You need to be in good shape for the 2000 metres of altitude difference.
>> More tours and hikes from easy to challenging – with map and description
>> The top 10 most popular hiking routes in the region – including the famous Zirbenweg (stone pine path)
>> Private mountain hikes or for small groups with the certified hiking guide Bernhard Riegler at www.welovetirol.at