Other hiking tips in Brixen
Lake Filzalm Brixen im Thale Lake Filzalm Brixen im Thale Lake Filzalm (1,300 m), known locally as the Filzalmsee, is a popular spot on Hochbrixen. More
Mountain Experience-Card Mountain Experience-Card 6 mountain theme parks, 13 lifts, 700km of hiking paths, over 50 huts with just one ticket (1-4 days or season ticket) More
Breakfast on the Mountain Breakfast on the Mountain A special culinary experience which is offered by over 20 rustic huts and mountain inns - Easily accessible on the Wilder Kaiser – Brixental’s summer lifts More
SkiWelt season ticket SkiWelt season ticket includes 284 km of pistes in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental.
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SkiWelt family season ticket Family season ticket for all the family: Buy a season ticket for each of 2 adults (parents) and the eldest child (or youth), and all other children get a free season ticket.
SkiWelt half family season ticket "Half" family season ticket: Buy a season ticket for both an adult (mother or father) and the eldest child (or youth), and all other children get a free season ticket.
Tirol snow card The Tirol Snow Card is including 91 ski resorts, over 4.000 km of pistes and 1.130 lifts. All vouchers
TOUR 1 Filzalmsee loop trail
Starting point: Brixen im Thale cable car
Filzalmsee loop trail, Brixen im Thale Route description
Experience the idyllic
Filzalmsee lake at 1,300 metres above sea level, situated right near the top station of the Hochbrixen cable car. In addition to the lake, you can experience a biotope with interesting peep boxes and nature discovery stations that reveal the secrets of the underwater world! There is also a centuries-old farmhouse equipped with modern conference facilities and space for seminars or training courses in the heart of Hochbrixen's mountain world.
Possible route combinations From the
Filzalmsee lake, walk on towards the Silleralm and back to Hochbrixen Or continue to the
'Hexenwasser' mountain theme park on the Hohe Salve in Söll – Austria's longest barefoot path with 60 points of interest. From the Filzalmsee lake, head towards the Filzalm to the Jordan Chapel, then on to the
Hohe Salve at 1,829 metres via the Salvensee lake.
Mountain restaurants & huts
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