These "paths of the senses" run throughout the Tyrol. They invite you to a rendezvous with nature and culture, enjoyment and taste. See how and where food thrives. Hear stories about it. Hike their paths, accompanied by knowledgeable people. Let their taste melt in your mouth. Take home beautiful experiences and lots of interesting information. We invite you: Come and taste Tyrol. From the place of origin to the refinement and tasting.
Genussroute Tiroler Edle - Chocolate enjoyment at the highest level
This guided hike starts at the Venet mountain station (2,212m) in the Kaunergrat Nature Park and leads to the Gogles Alm (2,017m), where after a short snack you hike down to the Kaunergrat Nature Park House (1,553m). From there you take the bus down to Landeck, where you can taste the Tiroler Edle, a chocolate made from the milk of Tyrolean grey cattle, in the chocolate shop.Read more
Gourmet Route Tyrolean Alpine herbsPlace: Zams
Discover the world of herbs and medicinal plants in the rhythm of the annual cycle. The Zammer Kräuterhex Michaela Thöni-Kohler accompanies her expertly.Read more
Evening guided tour through the city of Landeck
Accompany a medieval barmaid through the secret history of LandeckRead more
Fliess - archeology, history and naturePlace: Fließ
During a village tour through the nature park municipality of Fließ you can experience the beauty of nature as well as the numerous cultural and archaeological features up close.Read more
Delightful route Stanzer ZwetschkePlace: Grins - Stanz
The sheltered sunny location, the dry and warm climate, skillful irrigation and the diligence of the locals were in Stanz a plum paradise. Of the 160 households in the community, 54 exercise the distillery law. There, too, grows the well-known "Stanzer Zwetschke", which makes the village one of the numerous pleasure regions in Austria.Read more
Meranz Alm - mountain hiking nature guide
This guided hike leads through the beautiful mountains to the cozy pastures on the Venet. Of course there is the possibility to eat a hearty "Marend" and to drink a glass of fresh milk or buttermilk.Read more
Much tradition and handwork is in the products of the GenussWerkstatt. Follow the paths of taste!