Autumn festival days – Pleasure-filled autumn hiking in See

Last updated on 31.07.2020

During the ‘Autumn festival days’ in See, between 5th and 19th September guests get to experience new hiking highlights every day. In the wide and varied programme are altitude hikes that provide abundant views, old smugglers paths, interesting facts about the forests and bees, as well as culinary pleasure circuits.

The autumn festival days in See promise à la carte hiking fun and present guests staying in the Paznaun district two weeks of unforgettable hiking between 5th and 19th September 2020, when exciting adventures await. The event programme, during the ‘Hiking Special’ week (5th to 12th September) and the ‘Classic’ (13th to 19th September), includes a lively pot-pourri of variety-packed altitude and alpine lodge hikes, information about the forest, exciting smugglers tours, a bee hike and a cookery show. Five nights with breakfast costs from 178 Euro per person. Guided hikes are free with the ‘Silvretta Card all inclusive’. All information and booking details are available at:

‘Hiking Special’ during hiking autumn
During the autumn festival days in See, guests get to enjoy two full weeks of a hiking and a pleasure-filled programme which offers something different every day. The maxim for the first week, 5th to 12th September, is ‘Hiking Special’. The variety-packed programme includes pleasure-packed excursions to the traditional Versingalm and Larein Alpe, and a circuit hike around the Silvretta reservoir. On 9th September participants head off on a ‘pleasure-packed circuit’ through the town of See, experiencing a very special journey through time. In various hotels along the route, dishes that are typical of ‘old’ Tyrol can be sampled. Beekeeper Gottlieb Jehle shares his knowledge on 11th September during an interactive bee hike.

The ‘Classic’ during hiking autumn
The second week of the autumn festival days, the ‘Classic’ from 12th to 19th September, has something special to offer too – the welcome evening on Saturday, 12th September marks the start of proceedings, which this year takes place in the guise of a concert on the square. On Sunday, 13th September there is an informative and exciting smugglers tour from Ischgl into Swiss Samnaun, in the tracks of old border smugglers. On a hike to Versingalm on Monday a traditional cheese dish can be sampled, while on Tuesday you head across the wonderful meadow path through the sunniest villages in Tyrol, then on the Wednesday nature guide Ingrid and forest ranger Rudi explain to our guests the benefits of the woodlands for people and animals. The culinary tour of See promises pleasure-packed experiences and on 17th September participants hike from one station to another to enjoy aperitifs, starters, intermediate courses, mains and desserts. Anyone who wants more can take a look into the cooking pots of our star chefs on the Friday at the cookery show.

Autumn festival days package
The autumn festival days in See are also available to book as a package. In selected accommodation during this period, five nights with breakfast is available from 178 Euro per person. The best thing – guided tours are free as part of the two-week event with the guest card for the Paznaun region, the ‘Silvretta Card all inclusive’. Information and booking:

More holiday with the ‘Silvretta Card all inclusive’
Paznaun guests get more from their holiday with the free guest card – ‘Silvretta Card all inclusive’ – from their first night’s stay. Hikers and mountain bikers can avail of free use of all the cable car and chair lifts. Anyone looking for refreshment can enjoy just that, free of charge, in the indoor and outdoor pools in Ischgl and Galtür, and in the swimming lake in See. Also included in the guest card are all bus journeys in Paznaun. Anyone travelling via the Silvretta High Alpine Road will receive a ‘Silvretta Card all inclusive’ voucher from their accommodation provider before they arrive and can therefore save money on the toll fee on this impressive panorama-packed road. All information:

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