Tyrolean Silver Trail
Long-distance hiking trail
The Tyrolean Silver Trail leads as a five-day round trip "once around's Inntal". All twelve communities of the Silberregion Karwendel are hiked through. Starting point of the long-distance trail is the Jenbach train station. From here it goes in five daily stages at medium altitude through the Karwendel Mountains and the Tux Pre-Alps. The trail is easy to moderately difficult and particularly entertaining, as there are many sights along the way. Individual stages are therefore also ideal for families.
The stages of the long-distance trail represent a recommendation, but do not exclude an individual routing. Along the way, there are both sufficient overnight accommodation and sufficient ascent and descent options.
Along the Tyrolean Silver Trail you go not only on a nature experience, but also on a journey into the past of the 15th and 16th centuries. To a time when the Silberregion Karwendel was known asthe largest mining metropolis in the world. The historical story of the region runs like a "silver thread" through the entire route of the Tyrolean Silver Trail. For this purpose, in each of the twelve communities, numerous information and stories with the history can be found on our information stations.
Furthermore, there are numerous sights in the communities that are connected with silver mining.
5 daily stages
Discover the 5 daily stages of the Tyrolean Silver Trail.