Regardless of your fitness or skill level, you’ll always find the ideal trekking route for a hiking vacation in Leutaschtal Valley in Tyrol. Remember, it’s important to be aware of the difficulty gradient of any tour you plan to ensure you don’t get into intractable situations. The classification system for Tyrol’s hiking and climbing routes provides clear information that enables each guest to find the perfect tour for his/her abilities. There’s a good reason Austria is one of the most popular countries for hikers, and one of the most frequently-chosen destinations for trekking holidays. After all, more than half of the country is situated in wondrous alpine surroundings.
There are nine states in Austria, and so many trekking options and activity breaks available in all of them – so the choice is always going to be tough. You may wish to go hiking in the Austrian mountains, and stop for a drink and a meal at one of the many alpine huts. There are also picturesque treks along fairy-tale valleys, on idyllic mountain fields in bloom and alongside crystal-clear lakes.