Hikes in Jungholz
Jungholz is an ideal holiday area for everyone who wants to experience their holiday in a unique way and combined with outdoor activities. Our hiking travel guide is a source of inspiration for planning your next adventure. Browse through the descriptions of the most beautiful hikes and get all the important tour details for planning your next holiday or leisure time. Unique views, tradition and culture as well as well-developed hiking trails and circular routes for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts await you in Jungholz in the Tannheimer Tal. Are you ready for your next hiking adventure? Then Jungholz is the perfect insider tip for you! Whether for families, couples, young or old, we offer you the perfect experience that you will remember as a hiker.
The 10 most beautiful hikes in Jungholz
Jungholz is a Tyrolean municipality in the Tannheimer Tal region in the Reutte district with an area of 7 km² at an altitude of 1054 meters and 287 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2014). The community is in the judicial district of Reutte. The locals also describe their place as "a piece of Tyrol in the Allgäu". The municipal area is surrounded on all sides by Bavaria and can only be reached from the rest of Tyrol in Austria via federal German territory, via the German Queralpenstraße from Oberjoch via Wertach. Only at one point near the 1636 m high summit of the Sorgschrofen is it connected to the rest of the state of Tyrol. As a result, it forms a functional enclave. The following towns are in the municipal area: the villages of Giessenschwand, Langenschwand, Obere Höfen and Untere Höfen, the hamlet of Habsbichl and the Stubentalalpe and Älpele Alps. Obere Höfen used to be called just Höfen, while Untere Höfen was known as Höfle. Jungholz is also known as an ideal starting point for all activities, such as hiking, mountaineering or mountain biking. Everyone will find suitable and single-layer tours here for their needs.
Worth knowing about Jungholz
The municipal area of Jungholz is surrounded by Bavaria and can only be reached from the rest of Tyrol in Austria via the German Transalpine Road from Oberjoch via Wertach. Only at one point near the 1636 m high summit of the Sorgschrofen it is connected to the rest of Tyrol. It forms a functional enclave. The following towns are in the municipality: the villages of Gießenschwand, Langenschwand, Obere Höfen and Untere Höfen, the Weiler of Habsbichl and the Stubentalalpe and Älpele Alpe. Jungholz is known as an ideal starting point for many activities such as hiking, mountaineering or mountain biking. There is a suitable tour for every outdoor fan here.