always at your own pace

hiking routes

You can find the family-friendly Hoch-Imst hiking and recreational area amidst the Lechtal Alps, a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps. The dense and well signposted network of hiking trails offers in combination with a varied landscape ranging from gentle pasture to cragged rock faces, the suitable terrain for the demands and stamina level of families, leisure hikers of summiteers alike.


3-Huts-Tour

A one-day excursion for the whole family

This culinary and scenically rewarding family hike starts with a first highlight: the uphill ride with the spacious 10-seater gondola of the new monocable lift. From the Hoch-Imst valley station you float conveniently to the Alpjoch at an altitude of 2,050m. From there you walk along the Drischlsteig path downhill to get to the Muttekopfhütte after about 30 minutes.

After an extensive break, you walk down past the Latschenhütte (60 – 90 minutes) and along the wild-romantic Jägersteig path to the Untermarkter Alm (45 minutes). From there it gets racy: you and your offspring can take the Alpine Coaster to whiz down into the valley as a reward.

Walking time 2 – 3 hours
With lift ride and break stop 4 – 6 hours
Route length 7.5 lilometres

rest stops

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along the JÄGERSTEIG to the Latschenhütte

for families and bon vivants

The entertaining hike from the middle station to the Latschenhütte and back is technically and physically not very demanding and therefore highly recommended for families, senior citizens, and leisure hikers. The Jägersteig (German for hunter's path) - the entrance to which is marked by a large wooden eagle - and the meadows around the hut, offer plenty of space for imaginative play in the midst of nature. Meanwhile, hut hostess Waltraud takes care of the physical well-being of the hungry guests.

TIP You can already spot the wooden eagle from the bridge. Before crossing the brook, keep left so that you don't miss the magical path!

Walking time approx. 1.5 hours
With lift ride and break stops approx. 3 – 4 hours

rest stops

Latschenhütte Information

culinary hikes

Regional products, top quality and actively practised traditions - that's what the huts in the Hoch-Imst hiking area stand for. Here you can find the top Tyrolean delicacies that you have to try!

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lifts

Alpine Coaster

Lift Prices

28 Apr. 2022 - 30 Oct. 2022
Cablecar
(2003 and older)
Youths + Seniors
(2004 – 2006)
(1958 and older)
Children
(2007 – 2016)
Families
(parents + own children born
2004 – 2016)
Uphill or Downhill Ride
Section I or II € 12,10 € 10,60 € 6,60 € 30,80
Section I and II € 18,20 € 16,00 € 9,50 € 45,90
Uphill and Downhill Ride
Section I or II € 17,60 € 15,50 € 9,20 € 44,40
Section I and II € 26,40 € 23,20 € 13,70 € 66,50
Further Offers
6 days € 60,00 € 54,00 € 32,00 € 152,00
Seasonal Pass € 135,00 € 110,00 € 67,50 € 337,50

Group discounts: 20+ persons - 10% + 1 free ticket for the group guide
Discount for students up to an age of 23 years with ID

Please note: Reduced tickets (Coaster with annual pass, Tyrolean family pass, etc.) are only available at the ticket office at the valley station in Hoch-Imst, but not at the ticket machine at the middle station!

Alpine Coaster

Adults
(2003 and older)
Children 3-5 years
Children 6-15 years
Alpine Coaster
1 ride € 10,50 € 7,60 € 7,60
3 rides* € 29,90 € 21,70 € 21,70
10 rides* € 94,50 € 68,40 € 68,40
Alpine Coaster + Lift
1 ride € 17,60 € 7,60 € 13,20
3 rides* € 50,20 € 21,70 € 37,60
10 rides* € 158,40 € 68,40 € 118,80

Subject to changes!
Group discounts: from 10 people -10%
* per person, non-transferable


Please note: Reduced tickets (Coaster with annual pass, Tyrolean family pass, etc.) are only available at the ticket office at the valley station in Hoch-Imst, but not at the ticket machine at the middle station!

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hiking opportunites above imst

Hiking with children or on your own – with our tour suggestions for the Hoch-Imst hiking and recreational area, your next excursion in the Tyrol will be even more varied and breath-taking than you thought. Culinary highlights included. A region for all – from young to old, from active athletes to recreational hikers!

hiking pass

It is easy to take part and great fun too.

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further summer activities