One mountain. Seven towns. Extraordinary holidays.

Starkenberger Panoramic Route (total)

The long hike is becoming increasingly popular with active vacationers. Optimal conditions for this can be found in the Imst Holiday Region in the heart of Tyrol. So far, the Adlerweg route, the Via Claudia Augusta, the Way of St. James, the E1 and the E4 have taken five long-distance hiking tours through the region, and a sixth has recently been added: the Starkenberger Panoramic Route is full of highlights. It refers to a centuries-old tradition, combines fortresses and castles of the once powerful noble family of Starkenberger. Also impressive is the diversity of nature, a joy for all guests of the region. Unspoilt landscapes are complemented by breathtakingly sunny views of mountains and valleys, deep shady gorges and pleasantly cool forests as well as seven lakes and numerous streams. From time to time you cross idyllic villages, where you like to stay and refresh yourself. All in all, the 59 kilometers of the Starkenberger Panoramic Route are divided into seven stages, each of which offers surprises again and again. So that the hikers find the necessary rest and relaxation after an eventful day, the many hotels and restaurants along the way have prepared themselves for them. More information is available at

Total length: 59 km from the Fernpass to Schloss Landeck castle
Height: between 800 and 1200 metres
Distance: 7 stages/ 4 to 5 daily stages
Difficulty: pleasant and family-friendly long-distance hiking trail
History of the noble house of Starkenberg
4 castles and fortresses
several historical roads
8 lakes and ponds, streams, springs
exciting geology and mining

Characteristics of the route

Hiking, Hiking trail

Level of difficulty
Medium difficulty

Starting point

Landeck castle
Highest point
Elevation gain

Details of the route