Jakobsweg Tirol

Main Trail - Tyrol north

Main trail: Tyrol north - Inntal

The North Tyrolean main route of the Jakobsweg leads either from Kufstein or from Lofer along the Inn valley westwards to the Arlberg. In a total of 11 stages you cross Tyrol from east to west. In the west you have a connection to the Vorarberger Jakobsweg. There is also an alternative route available via the Ausserfern in Allgäu.

ATTENTION: Due to another landslide in the Grins/Zintlhang area between Grins and Strengen, the path there is not passable. There is a local detour from the parish church in Grins down to the parish church in Pians, or to the bus stop in Pians Dorf. From there, please take the L4242 bus to Flirsch, where you can continue on the Way of St. James.

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St. James way – East Tyrol

Main trail: Tyrol north – Inntal

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The Way of St. James

The Jakobsweg Tyrol leads from Kufstein or Lofer (Salzburg) through the Inn Valley to St. Anton am Arlberg. A second route invites you to hike through East Tyrol. The trails have connections to Bavaria, Vorarlberg, Switzerland or South Tyrol/Italy. On your tour through Tyrol you will get to know the mountain world of the Alps and the lush landscapes of the Inn Valley. Nature experiences of a special kind are guaranteed. The special hospitality and quality distinguish Tyrol.