5 themed trails for family hiking in Mittersill
The best paths through Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden
There are many ways to explore the hiking region around Hotel Bräurup. Classic paths and routes aside, many themed routes for family hiking in Mittersill await you, providing a closer look at the region’s nature and the people’s way of life. Ranging from fascinating wildlife to spiritual pilgrimages, there’s something for everyone with the numerous hikes in Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden. Here’s a closer look at five highlights.
Hiking with children is best where there’s something to see and experience. The Wasenmoos moor, with its two to ten-km-long paths, is ideal for a small trip. 15 display boards provide information on the features of the local nature. The panoramic view from the pavilion’s observation tower is glorious, with playground equipment and quizzes for the kids.
Bee nature trail Hollersbach
Among the most popular options for family hiking near Mittersill, the bee nature trail in Hollersbach introduces hikers of all ages to many interesting facts about the hardworking honey producers. Walk to many interesting stages across 300 altitude metres, from Gasthof Oberkrammen to the intermediate station of the Panoramabahn Kitzbüheler Alpen cable car.
Experience the diverse wildlife and plants of the region up close on this themed hiking trail. Located on the northern bank of the river Salzach, the 10 hectares of the Pirtendorfer Talboden, with its tarns, wet meadows and damp bushes, is home to several rare plants, such as the laurel meadow, the early marsh-orchid and the cowbane.
Herb garden Hollersbach
Things can get quite sweet while family hiking in Mittersill. Sounds strange? People with a sweet tooth actually get their money’s worth in the berry labyrinth of the Hollersbach herb garden. Continue onward through the stone garden with many mountain herbs – there are over 500 different kinds of plants to be seen, best explored during a guided tour.
The Pinzgauer Marienweg is a joint initiative of Geistliches Zentrum Embach, Hohe Tauern National Park and the municipalities and parishes of Pinzgau. Combine religious and spiritual experiences with cultural and natural enjoyment during these pilgrimage hikes in various levels of difficulty. The single-day and multi-day hikes lead across the region. A 4.5 km hike to Stuhlfelden starts behind Hotel Bräurup. Visit the Angerkapelle chapel, the Felberkirche church and “Maria am Stein”, the oldest pilgrimage church in Upper Pinzgau, among many other religious sites.
These and other themed hiking trails in Mittersill and its surrounding area will immensely enrich your hiking holiday at the Hotel Bräurup. Wait, you’re yet to request an individual offer? The time is now!