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Winter & Snowshoeing

43% of Tyrol guests go winter hiking, 5% with snowshoes.


It doesn't always have to be the piste or the cross-country ski trail. Winter away from skiing is also exceptionally beautiful in Tirol.

Winter hiking is becoming increasingly popular. Tirol has a lot to offer for the eye that you might overlook on skis or on the cross-country ski trail. On the winter hiking trails you can discover, enjoy - and pause. 16 "Tyrol's top regions for winter holidays without skis" have specialised in the gentle experience in the snow-covered landscape, i.e. mainly in winter hiking (on cleared winter hiking trails) and snowshoe hiking (cross-country).

Key statistics “Winter and Snowshoeing”

•    43% of guests go winter hiking during their Tirolean holiday
•    Winter hiking is stated as a main and secondary activity almost equally
•    The average winter hiker is 52 years old
•    Highly educated
•    The majority are couples and families with children/young people
•    High proportion of regular guests
•    Winter hikers mainly become aware of a region through the Internet and recommendations from friends/acquaintances
•    Most winter hikers book their accommodation direct
•    The majority of overnight stays are in hotels / B&Bs
Winter hikers partake in a wide variety of sports; sporting activities in addition to winter hiking: skiing, tobogganing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and ski touring; bathing/swimming is of fundamental importance from a relaxation aspect
•    In addition to sporting activities, the recreational component plays an above-average role for winter hikers: great food, walks, relaxation, excursions, sightseeing, shopping and wellness

Source: Tirol Werbung, T-Mona Winter 2021/22

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