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Current information hiking trails

Please be careful!

The Kaunertal is an alpine high valley and extends over six alpine levels, so it can happen that there are snow fields along the hiking trails on some high-altitude and panoramic trails in spring and autumn. We ask for increased caution here!

The extensive network of hiking trails is regularly maintained by our field staff. However, despite careful work, unforeseen weather conditions can result in damage to hiking trails.

Hiking trails are generally open from May to October.

Current hiking information

All current hikes can be found in our climate hiking guide - "Hiking in the Kaunertal - exactly my climate"!

To the climate guide
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Current traffic obstructions when arriving in the Kaunertal

Block Landecker Straße - L76

 

Please note that the L76 - Landecker Strasse between Fliess & Landeck - is currently closed due to the construction of a gallery. The suspension is for a longer period of time. Please use the bypass through the Landecker Tunnel. Please note - a vignette is required for the Landecker Tunnel!

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Information about motorcycle restrictions in the Imst & Reutte districts

In order to counteract the noise pollution for the local population in the Imst & Reutte districts a little, the state of Tyrol recently imposed driving bans on a small part of the routes in the Imst and Reutte districts. Due to considerable noise pollution, from June 10th to October 31st 2020 driving bans for particularly loud motorbikes parking noise> 95 dB (A) will be issued on a small part of the road network to protect the people who live there.

Of course, motorcyclists are very welcome in Tyrol - the driving ban affects only 5.6% of the entire national road network and approx. 7% of the vehicles permitted. Here you will find all information about the restrictions and driving bans.

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