Best parks in Tyrol

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Explore the most popular parks in Tyrol with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Best parks (10)
#1 - Zillertal Alps High Mountain Nature Park
Tyrol, Austria
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Zillertal Alps High Mountain Nature Park is situated in the epic landscape of the main Alpine ridge. Bordering South Tyrol and Salzburg, the park includes some of Austria's most incredible alpine landscapes. The park's nature center lies in the village of Ginzling, where you can gather all sorts of information about the park and its outdoor recreation opportunities. Visitors can explore the park through its vast network of hiking trails. There are also numerous options for a guided tour along via ferratas. The Berliner Höhenweg, Peter Habeler-Runde, and Neumarkter Loop are a few of the most popular choices among hikers.Show more
#2 - Karwendel Nature Park
Tyrol, Austria
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Karwendel Nature Park, located on the border of Bavaria and Tyrol, is Austria's largest Nature Park at 727 sq km. Known for its crystal clear rivers, high alpine meadows, and distinct rocky peaks, this park is one of Austria's most popular protected areas. The diverse landscape provides habitats for a wide range of plant and animal life, including the golden eagle. In the incredible Hall Valley, hikers can explore the salt mines and take in the panoramic views of the region. A couple of other popular options are Gleirschklamm, Seefeld, and Scharnitz. Whether you plan on visiting in the summer or winter, Karwendel Nature Park is sure to have something to offer nature lovers all year long.Show more
#3 - Ötztal Nature Park
Tyrol, Austria
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Ötztal Nature Park is located in southern Austria along the border of Italy. Its extremely diverse landscape contains many glaciers, alpine mountain trails, hiking huts, and Tyrol's largest waterfall. The park features 29 shelters, the highest ones are around 3,000 meters in elevation.Show more
#4 - Tiroler Lech Nature Park
Tyrol, Austria
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Tiroler Lech Nature Park encompasses the area around the Lech and its tributaries. As one of the most beautiful landscapes in all of the Alps, this region is one of the most popular among outdoor enthusiasts of all types. The park has an extensive network of trails for hiking and biking, including the long distance Lechweg that follows the river for 125 km. The hiking trail around the Riedener See is a perfect option for the entire family. The Klimmbrücke Nature Park House in Elmen is a great starting point to learn about what the region has to offer.Show more
#5 - Kaunergrat Nature Park (Pitztal-Fließ-Kaunertal)
Tyrol, Austria
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The Kaunergrat Nature Park, made up of several distinct regions, features high alpine landscapes, beautiful river valleys, and a fantastic network of hiking trails. At 3,000 m, the Kaunergrat Nature Park House is a great place to learn about the park and stop for food at the restaurant with a view. The Pitztal, Fließ, and Kaunertal regions make up the entire Nature Park, each one offering its own unique outdoor experience. The best way to explore the park's astounding beauty is along one of its incredible hiking trails. Show more
#6 - Kalkkögel
Tyrol, Austria
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Looking for a great trail in Kalkkögel, Tyrol? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, views trails, wildlife trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 4 hard trails in Kalkkögel ranging from 3.7 to 19.4 miles and from 5,200 to 9,199 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!Show more
#7 - Kaisergebirge Nature Reserve
Tyrol, Austria
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The Kaisergebirge Nature Reserve is located in the Northern Limestone Alps. The area is one of the most famous in the Eastern Alps and is known for its mountain climbing and hiking. Visitors can also see the Hintersteinersee, a gorgeous alpine lake located at the southern edge of the nature reserve. The area is also home to many plant and animal species, such as chamois, hare, owls, and golden eagles. The Brentenjoch leads up to the mountains and can be taken from the town of Kufstein.Show more
#8 - Vilsalpsee Nature Reserve
Tyrol, Austria
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Vilsalpsee Nature Reserve is located in the Tannheimer mountains in Tyrol. It is home to many wildlife species including the golden eagle, eagle owl, black woodpecker, and pygmy owl. Visitors may also see marmots, chamois, and grouse. The nature reserve offers many trails for hiking, mountain biking, skiing, and snowshoeing, making it a great destination all year round.Show more
#9 - Stubai Alps
Tyrol, Austria
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Explore the most popular trails in Stubaier Alpen with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.Show more
#10 - Valser Valley Nature Reserve
Tyrol, Austria
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The Valsertal Nature Reserve only has one main road that leads to the area's many trails. The Touristenrast provides refreshments for visitors in the area and is located at the end of this road. The valley has open meadows, glaciers, waterfalls, and is surrounded by tall alpine peaks. The region is also known for its abundance of wildflowers.Show more