Horn Winterwanderroute

Winter magic | Geführte Touren | Snowshoe hiking


total walking time
3:30 h
5,2 km
altitude meters uphill
230 m
altitude meters downhill
230 m
highest point
1728 m
starting point:

Kitzbüheler Horn Talstation

destination point:

Kitzbüheler Horn Talstation

road quality:

To the side of the marked and secured winter walking routes, is unsecured terrain and freeride areas. Walking on the ski piste is prohibited! Walkers use the winter routes a their own risk!

Preparation of the winter walking routes is dependent on adequate natural snow cover.

route typ:
family tour

altitude profile


weather today
Sun, clouds, rain showers
weather tomorrow
10° Sun and clouds


Parking spot
P5 - parking Hornbahn


Winter walk on the lookout mountain Kitzbüheler Horn with a wonderful view
From the bottom station at the Kitzbüheler Horn cable way, take the Hornbahnen I and II up to the striking Kitzbüheler Horn/ Alpenhaus (lift tickets are available directly at the Bergbahn ticket office). Once at the top, we have to take one more lift ride: on the first floor of the Hornbahn II top station is the top station of the "Alpenhaus" double chairlift. Instead of going up we use this chairlift to take us down to the Trattalmmulde. When you arrive at the Trattalmmulde, take the marked path "Trattalmrunde", which leads off the ski slope towards Hornköpfl to the Hornköpfl lake, which is a popular photo motif in summer. Enjoy the panoramic view of Hornköpfl, the Loferer and Leoganger Steinberge as far as the Berchtesgaden Alps. From the Hornköpfl lake we take the same way back to the Trattalmmulde, where you take the chair lift to the Alpenhaus. Stop again at the mountain station and let the incomparable panorama with a view of the snow coverd Kitzbüheler Südberge up to the Großglockner (3,798 m), Austria's highest mountain, up to the majestic Großvenediger group.


Ankle-high, sturdy footwear with profile sole, shoe chains, gaiters, mountain-appropriate functional clothing, comfortable backpack, possibly telescopic poles, snacks and enough to drink, first aid kit, sun protection (sunglasses, sunscreen & cap) cell phone with fully charged battery, bag for waste, hiking map, tour description and information material (GPX track), photo ID, insurance card , Cash. Dogs are to be kept on a leash without exception - don't forget "dog bags".

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