Hotel Andy Jerzens

Hotel Andy JerzensHiking & Climbing

Hiking & Climbing

The Pitztal valley in Tirol boasts a total of 380 kilometres of signposted hiking and Nordic Walking trails in three hiking areas. The hiking area Hochzeiger offers 100 kilometres of hiking trails and has been awarded the Tirolean Seal of Quality for the high standard of the hiking paths. Hikers can take the easy way up in the Hochzeiger cable car which travels from the valley station (1,450 m) up to the middle station Zeiger restaurant (2,000 m). In good weather, the 6-person-chairlift takes visitors up to the Sechszeiger mountain on 2,370 m. More information & tour suggestions


Our service for hikers

  • Free hiking programme: daily guided hiking tours (Monday to Friday)
  • Free hire of hiking poles, rucksacks and drinking bottles
  • Pitztal Leisure Pass incl. free hiking bus and participation in the guided tours of the Pitztal Tourist Board
  • Drying room for clothes and shoes



Summer Ticket Glacier Park Card

The highlight in the Pitztal mountain summer: Includes use of all cable cars in the glacier park, the glacier toll road, as well as entry to various partners and numerous discounts. 

More information & prices


Pitztal Leisure Pass

Make the most of your holidays in the Pitztal valley and take advantage of the versatile summer programme.
Holders of the Pitztal Leisure Pass can engage in an abundance of activities and enjoy many benefits from mid-June to October, Monday to Friday. The Pitztal Leisure Pass is available at our reception against a fee of € 5.

  • Guided hikes and special family hiking tours of the Pitztal Tourist Board
  • Guided mountain bike tours (rental bike and helmet not inclusive)
  • Summer programme of the Nature Park Kaunergrat
  • Pitzi’s Children’s Club with children’s programme for minis (3-6 years) and maxis (7-14 years)
  • Taster trail running
  • Indoor boulder climbing courses at the Kletterstadl Stillebach
  • Discounts at many partner providers [PDF: Leisure Pass Discounts 2018]