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Innsbruck: Patscherkofel Cable Car Roundtrip Ticket

1. Innsbruck: Patscherkofel Cable Car Roundtrip Ticket

Experience an incomparable natural paradise right at the heart of the Austrian Alps, a mere 10 minutes from Innsbruck city center. Ride a cable car up to the Patscherkofel lookout, known locally as the “house mountain,” and delight in breathtaking panoramic views over more than 400 peaks, as well as numerous valleys in the area. Upon reaching the mountain station of the Patscherkofelbahn, take advantage of the countless wonderful hiking trails that lead from alp to alp and let you see for miles over the mountain peaks of the Alps. Hike down a range of paths that offer something for everyone, from experienced to beginner-level hikers and children. Enjoy stunning views of the entire Inn Valley with the provincial capital of Innsbruck at your feet. Once you are tired and hungry, make a stop at one of the lodges up there to replenish your energy before riding the cable car down to conclude your experience.

Innsbruck: Patscherkofel Mountain Winter Hike

2. Innsbruck: Patscherkofel Mountain Winter Hike

Immerse yourself in the incredible nature of the Austrian Alps, located a mere 10 minutes from Innsbruck city center. Ride a cable car up to the Patscherkofel lookout, known locally as the "house mountain", and delight in breathtaking panoramic views overlooking more than 400 peaks, as well as numerous valleys in the area. Upon reaching the mountain station, take advantage of the countless wonderful hiking trails that lead from alp to alp and let you see for miles over the mountain peaks of the Alps. Hike down a range of paths that offer something for everyone, from experienced to beginner-level hikers and children. Enjoy stunning views of the entire Inn Valley with the provincial capital of Innsbruck at your feet. Once you are tired and hungry, make a stop at one of the lodges up there to replenish your energy before riding the cable car down to conclude your experience.

Strindenbach: Canyoning

3. Strindenbach: Canyoning

Challenge yourself by jumping from various heights in the untamed surroundings of the Strindenbach in the Tannheimer Tal. Discover your inner child with the spectacular slides and thrilling jumps carved by water on this guided canyoning tour. After meeting your guide, begin the 40-minute approach to the Strindenbach. Deeper and deeper you'll get into the seclusion and follow the creek. With high, narrow, and deep canyon walls, the Strindenbach will welcome you. Equipped with the right material, start the first rappel. Look down and step by step, you'll abseil the 25 meters into the depth. As the adrenaline pumps through your veins, reach with a side of relief and be proud of what you've mastered. After the first challenge, great slides and jumps welcome you that make every canonist's heart beat faster. Feel cut off from the rest of the world and enjoy the unspoiled nature of the Tannheimer Valley.

Vienna: Full-Day Vienna Woods Wine Tasting Tour

4. Vienna: Full-Day Vienna Woods Wine Tasting Tour

Lower Austria is the cradle of Austrian viticulture, and this private wine tasting tour is your chance to visit the area's beautiful forests and vineyards of the Thermal Region, just south of Vienna. Take a 30-minute train ride to the heart of the Vienna Woods for a wine-filled day. Summer (April-October) Your summer tour will begin with a hike in the spa town of Baden, which was once a favorite country retreat of Beethoven. From there you will walk along forest trails towards a magnificent elevated viewpoint overlooking the Vienna Basin in all directions. This spot alone is a photographer's dream. Continue the trip by entering the neighboring vineyards, wandering through row upon row of lush green vines. As a reward, you'll take a break among the vines for an open-air wine tasting at a local producer. Winter (November-March) Your train will bring you directly to the vineyards of one of Austria’s oldest wine-making institutions, steeped in middle-age tradition and history. While there, learn about how the monastic orders became wine pioneers of their time and their influence on Austrian viticulture. Sample a glass of local sekt (sparkling wine) to toast to your arrival in the Austrian wine country. The afternoon segment of both the winter and summer tours will be the same. You will continue to the picturesque wine village of Gumpoldskirchen for lunch at a traditional Austrian wine tavern. From there, you'll visit a local winery to enjoy an extensive wine tasting featuring all of the region's specialty wines, and to ask questions to local experts about modern-day wine making. Your tour later concludes with a short train ride back to the city center, just in time for your evening schedule.

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