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.

Hiking in Gastein is a real experience. From gentle climbs over alpine meadows to rugged cliffs, everything is possible - everyone gets their money's worth here. Every week, the Gastein tourism associations organise various hikes with different walking times and a professional mountain guide.

For beginners, advanced hikers and mountain enthusiasts: guided hikes for every level of ability.

Whether you have only recently discovered mountaineering or have already climbed several peaks, there is something for everyone in the Gastein Valley. With the company of a mountain guide, you are in the best hands, because they know the region inside out and can also teach you a thing or two.

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?  Sign up for a hiking tour right away! Guided hikes are ideal for meeting like-minded people and exchanging ideas. Perhaps you will be lucky and be able to observe marmots, chamois or the impressive bearded vulture. No matter which hiking tour you choose, you will really enjoy your hiking holiday in beautiful Gastein.

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Questions and answers

Which hike should I start my hiking vacation with?

At the beginning it is important to plan a smaller hike first (e.g. Gasteiner Höhenweg) so that you can better assess your own fitness. The demand should be increased from time to time. The decisive measure is not the distance (km), but the difference in altitude to be overcome. Alpine experience, surefootedness and a head for heights are essential for a mountain hike at high altitudes.