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HIKING

on the Muttereralm

No matter if you want to take a hike with your family or go mountain climbing - the Mutterer Alm has trails for every occasion. The lnnsbrucker Almenweg offers well-marked trails with a maximum of 150 metres difference in altitude, to admire the nature and the beautiful view into the valley of Innsbruck.

The Innsbruck Almenweg stretches from the Muttereralm mountain station (1 620 m) to the Kreither Alm (1 492 m) (approx. 1h). This wide forest path is also accessible for all terrain wheelchairs and prams. The return trip can be made via the same path, or by continuing down to Kreith via the Stockerhof resting point (approx. 1h) and taking the Stubaitalbahn train back to Mutters.
The Innsbruck Almenweg also continues in the other direction from the Muttereralm mountain station, with an approximately 1 ¼ hour trip to the to the Birgitzer Alm (1 803 m), which offers a wonderful view of the northern chain and the Kalkkögel. Then down to the Götzner Alm (1 542 m) (home-made local cheese and buttermilk!) and back to the Mutterer Alm. Easy hike.

For summiteers, we recommend the hike to the Nockspitze summit: from the Muttereralmbahn mountain station (1 620 m), there is a cross-slope climb to the Birgitzköpflhaus (2 035 m). From there, the climb continues up to the Nockspitze (2 404 m), where your efforts will be rewarded with a breath-taking mountain panorama! (approx. 2h30). Back along the same path to the Birgitzköpflhaus –  then either via the Birgitzer Alm to Axamer Lizum, or back to the Muttereralmbahn. Moderately difficult hike.

Very athletic and ambitious hikers can attempt the circular hike of the entire Innsbruck Almenweg right around the Nockspitze, via several Alms, which offers beautiful views across to the Stubai glacier, but which requires a full day. (approx. 7h)
There are view points and resting benches on all the paths and routes, making it possible to enjoy the view of the surrounding mountain environment when taking a short break.
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