Situated quietly and idyllically in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, surrounded by the impressive mountain scenery of the Lechtal Alps, our three-star Hotel Witt in Berwang is the ideal starting point for your hiking holiday in Tyrol. 300 kilometres of signposted trails are just waiting to be hiked on by you around the highest situated village in the Zugspitz Arena.
Hiking fans who appreciate a change and variety are in just the right place here at Hotel Witt as Berwang and the Berwang valley have a vast, well developed and signposted network of hiking routes to offer so that hiking becomes a summer adventure for everyone! Leisurely walking paths close to the valley that are often suitable for pushchairs and beautiful circular hiking trails over alpine pastures make hiking an adventure even for the very youngest. You can experience the outdoors and explore the mountains on leisurely hiking trails, even at the height of summer with fresh mountain air and pleasant temperatures thanks to the altitude.
Experienced hikers and mountaineers can head up high when they climb one of the many peaks and enjoy, for example, the view over the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena’s mountains from the Thaneller – on clear days you can see as far as Munich from there. But whether it’s a leisurely hike or sporty mountain tour, in the Alps around Berwang you always experience the diversity of the outdoors in the mountains: blossoming alpine pastures, shady forests, clear mountain lakes and thundering mountain streams. Making the journey the reward!
Regardless of whether you simply want to enjoy the view over the Zugspitze or the impressive mountains scenery or need a bit of sustenance to finish a successful hike, the region’s huts and mountain inns are always inviting for a rest. Simply lean back and enjoy the typical Tyrolean hospitality! Many of the huts can also be reached without any effort in total comfort using the Berwang cable cars.
Hiking fans really get their money’s worth on holiday in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, as the mountains can be actively explored and enjoyed with hiking and mountain climbing throughout the region. With the Z-Ticket, your activity card for the summer, you can also use the cable cars to get up the mountains during your hiking holiday and then go on hikes throughout the region in total comfort or find out interesting facts about the flora and fauna in the Alps on one of the interactive trails.
The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena particularly has a great deal to offer in terms of hiking adventures for families with children. Nature can be explored through play on numerous interactive trails. For example, right here in Berwang the Mitteregg interactive nature trail with water features and the longest wooden ball run in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is just waiting to be discovered by families and anyone who is interested. In Ehrwald, the “Zugspitzi am Gaisbach” interactive water trail invites you to decipher nature’s secrets through play and in Lermoos the “Moosles Forcherpfad” trail introduces all ages to the diversity of the mountains.
There are also alternative routes to explore the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena away from the hiking trails for experienced mountaineers and climbing fans. Skill and strength are called for when mastering via ferrata, which reveal surprising views over the mountains. The “Zugspitze Stopselzieher” via ferrata, right up to the Zugspitze’s peak combining a mountain tour and via ferrata, is also suitable for beginners. The Seeben via ferrata, which leads along a waterfall and where a challenging route with level of difficulty D/E has to be mastered, is also in Ehrwald.
Regardless of whether it’s a family-friendly interactive trail in Lermoos or a via ferrata in Ehrwald, all the villages in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena can be reached from Berwang in just a few minutes by car and easily by hiking bus.