About 60 hours – that’s how long it takes mountain athletes to complete all nine stages of this Tyrolean high route. That doesn’t happen within a day, of course. It’s an experience that’ll last you for multiple days. Whether it’s while on holiday in Ischgl or on day trip during the warmer months: the Paznaun High Route should definitely be on every nature lover’s to-do list!
The high route in numbers:
Tip: None of the nine stages are alike. Less experienced hikers can find some easier routes and passionate mountaineers are going to find some more challenging passages where they can exert themselves.
Stage 7: the Advocates' Trail & Hoppe-Seyler Trail
Stage 8: the Kieler Trail & Riffler Trail
Whoever manages to complete the entire Paznaun High Route deserves a goodie bag! Because it’s not every day that you conquer 100 kilometres and 11,000 metres of difference in altitude.
How to get the goodie bag
Good to know: Which stage you complete when and in which timespan is totally up to you – the Paznaun High Route doesn’t have to be completed all in one go!
The Paznaun High Route is at the top of your list for your next holiday in Ischgl in Tyrol? That’s great! There are a couple of things you should keep in mind:
You love to discover new regions while hiking? Being at eye level with the most impressive summits the Tyrolean Alps have to offer? And being close to the treasures of nature? Then book your active holiday right away!
Im Notfall ruhig bleiben und die Bergrettung verständigen (Alpiner Notruf 140).
Alpines Notsignal: In regelmäßigen Abständen sechs Mal in der Minute ein optisches oder akustisches Zeichen – hierauf 1 Minute Pause – wiederholen, bis Antwort festzustellen ist. Wenn Hilfealarmierung von der Unfallstelle aus nicht möglich ist: