No matter if you want to take a hike with your family or go mountain climbing - the Muttereralmpark has trails for every occasion. The Innsbrucker Almenweg offers well-marked trails with a maximum of 150 metres difference in altitude, to admire the nature and the beautiful view into the valley of Innsbruck.
Starting from the Muttereralm (1.608 metres) passing the Kreitheralm (1.492 metres) and finally reaching the Götzneralm (1.542 metres) the difference in altitude is moderate and with 150 metres also suitable for families with children. The trail can be followed also with a pushchair or a wheelchair.
The forest path leaving the Götzneralm is a demanding climb which will lead you directly to the sunny situated Alpengasthof Adelshof (1.315 metres), which offers a wildlife park, a playground for children and a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. Walking time from the Götzneralm to the Alpengasthof Adelshof is around 1.5 hours.
A visit of the Birgitzer Alm (1.808 metres) will only take 30 minutes walking time.
Another hiking trail from the Götzneralm in direction southeast leads to the Birgitzer Alm (1.808 metres) and has a difference in altitude of 300 metres and with a moderate increasing climb (not suitable for pushchairs/wheelchairs). The reward is an amazing panoramic view over the Kalkkögel, the Nordkette and the whole Inn valley. Walking time is around 0.5 hours. Following this path and conquering another 250 metres of difference in altitude you will reach, after another 0.5 hours walk, the Birgitzköpflhaus.
Lookout points and benches are spread out over all trails as well as hiking paths and offer rest at every break to enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains. Sport enthusiasts will savour the circular route, which follows the Pfarrachalm, das Halsl and will lead back to the Muttereralm.