Hiking in Galtür

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Explore the hiking trails of Galtür

Routes for all ages

Surrounded by the Silvretta and Verwall mountains, Galtür is located at 1,600 metres above sea level. The picturesque mountain village with 800 inhabitants is a great starting point for varied hiking tours. Whether it’s for outdoor enthusiasts or nature lovers, sports buffs or mountain fans, adults or children: The 250-kilometre network of hiking trails boasts excellent options for everyone.

Active holidaymakers can look forward to laid-back hikes and challenging mountain tours in the Paznaun valley. If you’re looking for even more choices, you can find many more stunning hiking trails in the neighbouring villages of Ischgl, Kappl and See.

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Top hiking trails in and around Galtür

Routes for every skill level

Depending on what types of trails you prefer, you can find short and long hiking routes in the Paznaun valley. Popular short routes include the trail to Kops reservoir and Lake Kleinzeinissee, or the one to Sonnenkogel or Steinmannli in the Jamtal valley. Of course, there are also numerous child-friendly routes jam-packed with adventures. 

If you like long-distance hiking, we recommend the Paznaun High Route. The 120-kilometre-long trail features nine stages, two of which are located in Galtür.

Culinary delights for leisure hikers: The highlights of the “Culinary Paznaun” event series allow you to get to know the Paznaun valley from its most delicious side.

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Guided hikes in Galtür

Explore the region together with the local experts

Would you like to put the preparation of your hiking adventure into experienced hands? Join a guided tour and hike together with the experts!

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Travel options and more

Finding a parking space near the starting point of your chosen hiking trail can be tricky. To save time, we recommend using the local hikers’ bus. Or how about combining your hike with another sporty activity and riding to the starting point of the trail with your bike?

For a more relaxed option, you can also get to the start of the hiking trail with the summer cable cars. In this case, it pays off to have a Silvretta Card Premium, which gives you unlimited free use of the local cable cars.