Georg

Georg

Georg Pawlata spends much of his time jumping on any adventure that crosses his path around Tirol, from hang gliding and mountain biking to snowboarding and backcountry skiing.


by Georg in Recommendations

Three hikes for first-timers

For hikers and nature lovers alike, Tirol is an absolute dream but not everyone has the experience or expertise to tackle the region’s highest peaks and tricky climbs. With this in mind, I’m going to tell you about three walks, all which include less than 300-metres of total elevation yet provide as much spectacular scenery…

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by Georg in Sports

My three favorite spring tours on the Bike Trail Tirol

Today I want to talk about three particular tours on the Bike Trail Tirol. These can also be brilliant day tour cycles too, and all three don’t go up any higher than 1,500m above sea level. This means that there’s no risk of snow settling. Around this season, you’ll get to see primroses and loads…

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by Georg in Sports

My three most beautiful autumn walks

The hiking season is far from over, quite the opposite in fact: September’s stable weather makes it THE quintessential hiking month. Just in time for the first day of autumn (1st of September), I’d like to introduce three of my favourite hiking routes. As different as these walks are, they all have one thing in…

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by Georg in Sports

Three hikes to mountain lakes

On hot days, I try to escape the heat of the valley by heading up towards Tirol’s cooler altitudes, above 2,000-meters. Hiking to one of the region’s many mountain lakes is just the thing – these picture-book lakes were created by retreating glaciers and date back to the last ice age. Many of the lakes…

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by Georg in Sports

The 5 most beautiful day hikes along the Eagle Walk

The Eagle Walk is made up of 23 linked stages, which follow a breath-taking route through the Tirol. The region’s most famous long-distance trail, many sections can be easily accessed by cable car and completed as a full- or half- day tour. I’d like to introduce you to my five favourite sections, all of…

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by Georg in Sports

Bike Trail Tirol: the best beautiful tours

The longest continuous mountain bike trail in the Alps, Bike Trail Tirol has a total length of around 1,000-kilometers, spread over 32 stages. Some of which are just about feasible as a round day trip. I’d like to introduce you to my three of my favourite tracks: 1. Marienbergjoch – around the Wannig An absolute…

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by Georg in Sports

My top 3 spring bike tours

If you visit the forest roads around Innsbruck on a May afternoon, you’d be forgiven for thinking that half the population were out riding their bikes. Touring to work across the Alpine pastures is a popular pursuit for many locals – and, no doubt, the motivation to shed a few pounds after winter also has…

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by Georg in Sports

Two days through the Karwendel

Most of the highest mountain huts closed their doors last weekend (including many in the Lech Valley Alps) but the season lasts a little longer in the Karwendel. Here, most cabins stay open until the 7th of October and continue to welcome guests during the colourful autumn days.   The Isar River in Hinterautal…

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by Georg in Sports

Autumn hiking on the Zirbenweg Trail

Tirol is at its best at the beginning of autumn, with bright sunshine, pleasant temperatures (between 20 and 25 degrees) and colourful leaves just starting to fall from the trees. It’s also the best time for hiking. One of the most beautiful and easiest hiking tours in Tirol is the Stone Pine pathway – an…

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