The Tyrolean Hiking Trail
About the Trail
Innsbrook’s Tyrolean Trail is a great combination of the property’s various terrains. You’ll experience shady forest canopy with wet, green undergrowth and the rustle of frogs hopping through the flora, as well as open prairieland speckled with purple, white and yellow wildflowers as butterflies dance through the air around you.
Hikers will traverse up and down the Alpine Valley near our contemporary cottages, as well as pass by the more than century-old historic log cabin and scenic waterfalls.
Waterfalls Section | Distance: 1.10 miles
This challenging 1.10 mile trek includes rocky terrain as well as steep climbs and descents. It offers great scenery including a creek, Alpine Lake, a view of Alpine Valley and several waterfalls in wet weather.
How to Get There
The Tyrolean Trail is located south of Alpine Lake. Travel west on Meadow Valley Drive and turn south on Alpine Lake Drive. Just before crossing the dam, there is a sign denoting the Historic Log Cabin and a gravel road that goes south into the valley. Turn on the gravel road and make your first right at the bottom of the hill to get to parking and the trailhead. In addition to this trail map, we suggest you bring along a color Innsbrook development map (available at the Front Gate, Real Estate or Aspen Center Front Desk).
While You’re Hiking
For your safety, please watch for loose rocks and tree roots other obstacles along the trails. Please park in designated parking areas only. Stay on the marked trail; do not take shortcuts. The trail has been laid out to minimize destruction of surrounding vegetation and to prevent erosion. Carry out what you carry in. If the trail users before you have not done this, you can help by removing their trash, too. We ask you to leave only footprints and take only pictures. Nature is for everyone to enjoy, so let your followers experience the beauty.
For More Information
For more info about Innsbrook's hiking trails, contact us at 636.928.3366 x9180 or email email@example.com.