Daily values

9°C
7°C11°C
Data: Patscherkofel mountain station (2000m)
DateSaturday, July 13, 2024
Weather statusSun, clouds, rain showers
Rainfall60%

Summary of today's weather forecast

Mostly cloudy, just a bit sun and partly light and furthermore intermittent moderately heavy rain showers. Around the early morning, at midday and at midnight, expect some rain showers, with variable cloudiness some loosening is also likely. From until early morning until before noon it is loosened up. Around in the afternoon, moderate, sometimes even heavy rain is to be expected and the clouds remain dense. Expect unsettled conditions at in the first half of the night, it will probably remain overcast with a bit rain. At the first half of the night, the sky is mostly overcast. Daily sum accumulated rain in the order of magnitude 5 - 10 mm. Approximately 3 - 5 h sun. Wind 10 - 15 km/h from east, wind gusts up to 50 km/h. Temperatures 7 up to 11 °C.
Patscherkofel Ropeway Section ILift opened
Patscherkofel Ropeway Section IILift opened

Hiking Trails

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Hiking Trails

Alpine hiker's paradise Kofel

Just south of the Tyrolean capital, the Kofel rises up, the ideal panoramic mountain above Innsbruck. Here an incomparable, alpine nature paradise opens up to the hiker. All hikes are also suitable for children!

Difference in altitude
Ascent 220m / Descent 200m
Walking time
2 hours
Distance
5.7 kilometers

Starting point: Patscherkofel cable car mountain station. Continue along the summit trail to the first bend, where there is a turn-off to the right to the Jochleitensteig panoramic trail, which leads around the summit to the Almgasthof Boscheben and further along the Zirbenweg trail back to the Patscherkofel cable car mountain station. Also possible in the opposite direction.

Difference in altitude
Ascent 0m / Descent 950m
Walking time
2.5 hours

Leisurely alpine hike. Take the Patscherkofel cable car to the top station. From the mountain station in the direction of the Hochmahdalm and on to the Patscher Alm along the forest path to Patsch.

Walking time
5 hours

Around the Patscherkofel. Patscherkofel cable car mountain station, via the Zirbenweg trail towards Almgasthof Boscheben and on to Meissner Haus. Out of the valley, marked alpine path 1,600m from the south to the north side of the Patscherkofel. Heiligwasser Alpine Inn - Patscherkofel cable car valley station.

Walking time
5 hours

From the Patscherkofel mountain station approx. 2.5 to 3 hours to the Glungezerhütte. Via the Zirbenweg trail first to the Almgasthof Boscheben, after another 20 minutes trail junction. The Glungezer-Höhenweg branches off to the right on the south side of the Viggartal valley and leads in about 1.5 hours past the Viggarspitze to the Glungezerhütte. Return along the same path (2 hours to the Patscherkofel) or descend to the Tulfein Alm (Glungezerbahn to Tulfes, post bus to Igls) or via the Zirbenweg back to the Patscherkofel.

Difference in altitude
Ascent 0m / Descent 950m
Walking time
3 hours

From the Patscherkofel cable car mountain station east to the Lanser Alm and on to the Heilig Wasser Alpine Inn and the Patscherkofel cable car valley station.

Walking time
3.5 hours

Easy mountain trail from alp to alp. Patscherkofel cable car mountain station - Lanser Alm - Sistranser Alm - Aldranser Alm - Rinner Alm - Alpengasthof Halsmarter or Tulfes.

Difference in altitude
Ascent 280m / Descent 280m
Walking time
1.75 hours
Distance
5.4 kilometers

The route leads from the Patscherkofel cable car mountain station on a wide hiking trail (suitable for prams) to the summit of the Patscherkofel. Height difference 280m. And back again. Refreshments are available at the Patscherkofel shelter and the "Das Kofel" restaurant at the Patscherkofel cable car mountain station.

Walking time
24 days stages

Go where the eagle flies! The eagle is bold and the Eagle Trail has it all. In the high alpine mountain world, close under the sky, it runs from east to west through the whole of Tyrol. The course of the trail resembles the silhouette of an eagle soaring in the skies with its wings spread wide.

Alpine experience, sure-footedness and a head for heights are the prerequisites for many of the stages in order to be able to take on the challenge: 320 kilometres of hiking between Wilder Kaiser and Arlberg, 24 daily stages from easy to difficult, from gentle to jagged, from exhilarating to extremely strenuous. 23,000 vertical metres uphill, 20,000 vertical metres downhill.

The East Tyrolean Eagle's Path is shorter, but just as grandiose and demanding: nine stages between the Venediger and the Großglockner, 93 kilometres long, about 8,000 metres of altitude uphill and almost as many downhill. Countless steps, hundreds of summits, thousands of magnificent views!

The Patscherkofel is located on the Adlerweg on stage: 13.

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