Guided Hikes in Gastein Valley

A meaningful nature experience and a friendly atmosphere – are the distinguishing features of a guided hiking tour in the Gastein valley.

Walking together equals twice as much fun. The Gastein Tourist Board has compiled a weekly programme with various hikes with a professional mountain guide. The hikes on offer are diverse, and there is something to suit every ability, for more experienced hikers as well as novices. The easier hikes often include the use of a mountain lift. On the sunset hike, you will witness something wonderful, as the sun sets over the Alps and the colour of the sky changes from orange to fiery red and purple. Do you have a yearning to be in the mountains? Other topics such as herbs, pine trees and mushrooms are outlined on the educational trails with information boards providing inquisitive hikers sufficient “brain food”.

Challenging Tours for Experienced Hikers

Are you already a trail-hardened hiker and do you look forward to every added meter of vertical gain during your all-day hike? In that case, the more remote peaks and challenging trails in Gastein Valley are sure to be ideal for you. And there's no better way to discover them than with the help of a local mountain guide, someone who knows the area like the back of their hand and has good instincts for the changing weather conditions. That way, you can be sure you are in safe, reliable hands.

Share your hobby with fellow hikers on a guided tour

Did you come to Gastein on your own? If so, why not sign up for a guided hike and meet others who share your love for hiking? Exchange experiences from previous hikes and mountain adventures with each other. Listen to the stories your guide has to tell, and maybe even pick up a few insider tips. Don't hold back with your questions! Our local mountain guides know the plant and animal world of the Hohe Tauern mountains really well, and which species you are likely to encounter. Who knows, with a little bit of luck you might be the first to catch sight of marmots, chamois or even an imposing bearded vulture!

Regardless of which hike you decide to go on, you are sure to really enjoy your timeout here in Gastein.

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Mineral hike in Sportgastein

Nationalpark center Sportgastein (Nassfeld 3) - Bad Gastein
15.08.2022 | 10:30
On this exciting hike in Sportgastein you can, with a bit of luck, discover mountain crystals, pyrite and garnet.

Guided hike: Excursion in the Hohe Tauern National Park "naturel jewel Reedsee"

Meeting point: bus stop Grüner Baum/Kötschachtal - Bad Gastein
16.08.2022 | 08:15
A fantastic but demanding hike to one of our most beautiful mountain lakes with our National Park ranger Roland Friker Hiking time: 6 hours, 790 Hm in ascent 3.5 h, 790 h in descent 2.5 h  

Guided hiking tour - Gamskarkogel

Meeting point: tourist office - Bad Hofgastein
16.08.2022 | 08:30
Perched on the Gamskarkogel is one of the oldest refuge huts in Europe to be erected purely for the use of mountaineers.Time on trail: appx. 5 hours, gain: 700 m/ loss: 700 m

Guided hike to the power places of nature

Fulseck - Dorfgastein
16.08.2022 | 09:00
Experience and learn to relax your body and prepare it for the incoming energy.

Guided Hike: national park - along the Roman roads across the Alps

Meeting Point: Railway Station Bad Gastein - Bad Gastein
17.08.2022 | 07:30
Confortable hikingtour with facts about the history.Hiking time: 6,5 h, gain 850m/ loss 750m

Guided hiking-tour: Tagkopf

Treffpunkt: Tourismusverband Dorfgastein - Dorfgastein
17.08.2022 | 08:30
For the leisurely hiker: Walking time approx. 7 hours, ascent approx. 1000 m altitude / descent approx. 1000 m altitude

Guided Tour: pine-path hike on the Graukogel

Meeting Point: Valley Station Graukogel - Bad Gastein
17.08.2022 | 09:45
Discover the magnificent Graukogel at this informative hike where it´s all about the stone pine.  

Guided Hike: Historical mining and geology Gastein and Rauris

Meeting point: Railway station Bad Gastein - Bad Gastein
18.08.2022 | 07:30
From Nassfeld (Gastein Valley) to Kolm Saigurn (Rauris Valley): The former Roman road connecting the valleys has many myths and legends.  
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