Trail running has already found many keen followers in the Hohe Salve holiday region. This outdoor sport is frequently touted as being the new ‘on trend’ sport. And yet trail running already enjoys a long tradition in Tyrol.
The definition of trail running is: running in open natural surroundings. You are always moving along a small path - or trail as it is called. Trail running is not just possible in the mountains, but everywhere. But anyone who has ever been out and about on the trails in Brixental always comes back for one thing:
- Dreamy panoramas
- Fresh mountain air
- Challenging ascents and descents
The trails in the Kitzbühel mountains are definitely not to be missed. The Hohe Salve holiday region is perfect for adventures. The variety-packed running and walking routes in the natural surroundings along with the well-developed hiking paths, set trail runners hearts ablaze. Beginners and leisure-oriented sports enthusiasts are also very well catered for here with us. Kilometres, metres ascent and the routes can be adapted with the help of our trainers and qualified sports scientists in the hotel to suit your own fitness level.
What makes our Sportresort the ideal destination for a trail running holiday? We offer an optimised running offerfor all our guests. As a centre of excellence for running and walking, the area around our 4-star superior hotel provides a variety of attractive routes and various difficulty levels. Clear signposting and highly qualified trainers complete the sports offers available.
In Brixental a variety-packed selection of running routes are available for our guests. Among the trail highlights are the following:
- Short trail running circuit to the Möslalmkogel
- Westendorfer Sunnseit Trail
- Wildschönau: Feldalphorn Schweigberghorn Breitegg Gern
- Salvena circuit
- Runners fun circuit
The Drei-Seen Trail
This well-known running route starts in Westendorf. From there, proceed on the sunny side of the valley and then finally along the Salvenberg. The trail proceeds – as its name suggests – past three crystal-clear reservoirs and is just right for trail running fans.
- Duration: 2 3/4 hours
- Route: 14.8 km
- Highest point: 1573 m
The holiday region around Das Hohe Salve Sportresort is, in summer and winter alike a genuine paradise for outdoor sports fans. Whether it is running, jogging, walking or trail running: the many routes in the impressive mountain backdrop inspire leisure-oriented and professional athletes alike. Together with us, we turn the natural surroundings in Brixental into your bespoke training route. Lace up your running shoes and get going. The routes are suitable for a full exercise programme:
- Leisurely strolls
- Sports-oriented walking
- Endurance running
- Trail running
- Trail: Trail, taken literally, means track or path. Whether it is a forest, meadow or mountain path – they are generally regarded as trails - that is, not a surfaced or designated foot path.
- Trail running: The trendy sport of trail running begins the very moment a runner leaves the prepared paths.
The running centre of excellence in the Hohe Salve region at a glance:
- Running and Walking Park Hopfgarten
- Running and Walking Park Wörgl
- Running and Walking Park Itter
- Running and Walking Park Angerberg/Mariastein
The Tour de Tirol is one of the most difficult running highlights in Söll. With the Wilder Kaiser forming the backdrop, every year over 2000 participants and a total of 500 competitors from over 20 nations come together to enjoy trail running.
A globally unique running event awaits participants, with three competitions that can be completed individually or as a series. Experienced trail runners take on the three-day competition challenge, while beginners taste the altitude air while trail running for the first time, at the Söller Zehner and the Pölventrail.