About the Tyrol Region
Visitors to Tyrol experience a region pervaded by the Alps, where it is easy to forget about the daily hustle they left behind. The mountainous landscape is unique: It comprises more than 500 peaks with an altitude surpassing 3,000 m, more than 600 glaciers along the Alpine divide, and a vast number of alpine pastures, from very isolated to relatively easy to reach, and offering high-quality culinary delights.
There are no boundaries for anyone wanting to get active: Irrespective of whether you prefer indulgent tours or alpine adventures, the mountains offer something for everyone, from hiking, cycling and climbing in summer to alpine- and cross-country skiing or sledding in winter. From the various valleys to the regional capital city of Innsbruck, you will find age-old traditions as well as a lively arts scene. Find further information regarding trail running offers in Tyrol here. In addition, there are a number of lakes in which you can cool down at the end of a hot summer’s day. Visitors to Tyrol won’t find artificial scenery but rather the real deal, a world shaped by a specifically alpine way of living. In short: Tyrol is the embodiment of alpine living.
Trail Running in Tyrol
Alle Infos zum Trailrunning-Angebot in Tirol finden sich hier:
You are planning on visiting for the World Championships? That’s great! Are you looking for accommodation? Together with our partners from the host regions, Innsbruck and Stubai, we can help. Enjoy your stay!