King of the long-distance hiking trails in Tyrol
The entire route of the Tyrolean 'Adlerweg' runs through North and East Tyrol, and covers around 420 kilometres. Following the route traces the silhouette of a flying eagle. It comprises a total of 33 daily stages, and a total of 31,000 metres in altitude difference. The main route leads from St. Johann in the Kitzbühel Alps to St. Christoph am Arlberg, and contains 24 stages. The second route leads from Ströden to the Stüdelhütte on the Großglockner in East Tirol. The Eagle Walk also offers you the opportunity to not only discover Tirol's landscape, but its history and customs, too. Read more about the Eagle Walk at tirol.at extern.
The use of GPS data is at your own risk. In narrow valleys and secluded forests visual contact with satellites is not always guaranteed and data/information can be imprecise. Always check the GPS directions on your own as in alpine regions it is not possible to reach the hiking destination via beeline. You should be able to orientate yourself without GPS devices.
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Stage 21: © Tirol Werbung | Dominik Gigler
Stage 22: © Tirol Werbung | Dominik Gigler
Stage 23: Picture of hikers © Tirol Werbung | Dominik Gigler
Stage 23: Picture of Kaiserjochhaus © Tirol Werbung | Christian Klingler
Stage 24: © Tirol Werbung | Christian Klingler