What to pack on a walking holiday
Aside from a good, sturdy pair of hiking boots and poles, what do you need to bring on a walking holiday? If you choose a trip that includes luggage t...Read more
From unrelenting cliffs to grassy meadows, the dramatically diverse landscape of the Tyrol region produces the perfect environment for walking holidays in Austria. The Alpine cuisine from Gasthofs accompanied with spectacular views of pristine lakes and gracious mountains cultivates a stimulating encounter with nature.
Whilst walking through the Tyrol region you'll be surrounded by chocolate box images, from rustic cabins high in the mountains, to authentic Austrian restaurants with lakeside views, where a slice of Apfelstrudel never tasted so good. Day to day you'll be roaming grassy slopes, thick forests and snow-capped mountains, but don't worry you'll be well rewarded for your perambulation. One of our favourite lunch spots is The Gaisalm, an idyllic wooden cabin right on the water's edge, surrounded by lush grassy fields - ideal for a spot of post-lunch sunbathing.
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The district of Zell am See in Salzburg is the ideal destination for a walking holiday. It is an area with an abundance of stunning mountains and terrific views.
Salzburg with its view of the German Alps and Mozart's birthplace, gorgeous lakes and hearty Austrian and German fayre await you with this fabulous walking tour across two countries.
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