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The Alpine world in Tyrol is made for both short and long climbing, mountaineering and hiking adventures. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer a casual and relaxed tour for the entire family in the vicinity of the Canisiusbrünnl or something more challenging higher up – our location in the heart of Hochrum makes us the perfect base camp, so to speak. If rock climbing is your thing, you have a number of more or less demanding routes and via ferratas, like the Innsbrucker Klettersteig high above Innsbruck, to choose from. 

The local tourist information has a diverse and detailed hiking programme as well as guided tours on offer. Not only can you participate in any of their activities for free with the Welcome Card but it also allows you to use certain cable cars free of charge in case you prefer the easy way up. Once at the top, you can enjoy the amazing views over the entire Inntal valley before getting active.

A number of popular huts can be reached directly from the Canisiusbrünnl. They make for an ideal destination for the entire family or if you want to get active after a day at work. Two very popular yet distinctly different tours have their starting and terminal point right outside our house. While the Rumer Alm can easily be reached even with little kids in tow, the hike up to the Pfeishütte is more strenuous. The Pfeishütte is located at approx. 1,900 metres above sea level and just like the Hallerangerhaus it is situated along the Tiroler Adlerweg that leads from east to west – or vice versa – throung the Tyrolean Alps. The ascent is relatively steep; you can alternatively take off from the Rumer Alm, which, however, does not take away from the incline. 

Even if you prefer it less strenuous, there are a number of other huts waiting to explored. The Höttingeralm, which can be easily reached from the Hungerburg in Innsbruck, is very popular by locals and tourists, hikers and bikers alike. The Arzler Arzler Alm, the Umbrüggler Alm or the Enzianhütte are ideal if you want to take your family, including small kids, on a hike. At approx. 1,600 metres above sea level – and right below the Seegrube – the Bodensteiner Alm is slightly more elevated than most other huts. This calls for a certain level of stamina, but fear not – if you can’t face the ascent, just take the Nordkettenbahn to the Seegrube and take a leisurely stroll of no more than 300 metres to get to the cosy hut to enjoy the views along with a hearty meal. Speaking of views: At about 1,500 metres above sea level, the Thaureralm - just like any other hut around Rum and Innsbruck – offers the most amazing views. You can find your preferred vista by planning to stop by several huts in one or several days. In case you need more detailed information, we are happy to assist.