Highline 179

As the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the Tibetan style, it challenges the bravest of souls to cross its length and offers unparalleled vistas of the surrounding alpine landscape. Read more

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Connecting the Ehrenberg Castle ruins to Fort Claudia, Highline 179 spans an impressive 406 meters in length and hovers 114 meters above the ground. Situated near the town of Reutte in Tyrol, this pedestrian bridge was inaugurated in 2014 and quickly earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records for its impressive dimensions.
Visitors walking across the bridge are treated to a bird's-eye view of the Burgenwelt Ehrenberg, a historic ensemble of ruins and fortresses, as well as the verdant valleys and majestic peaks of the Austrian Alps. The gentle sway of the bridge, combined with the panoramic views, creates an adrenaline-pumping experience that is both thrilling and mesmerizing.
While the bridge itself is an architectural wonder, its location amidst historical sites and natural beauty makes it even more special. The entire region is steeped in history, with tales of knights, battles, and strategic importance attached to every stone and peak.
Highline 179 is more than just a bridge; it's an experience that combines thrill, history, and nature. Whether you're an adventure seeker or a history enthusiast, this destination in Austria promises memories that will last a lifetime.

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What to do in Highline 179

Burgenwelt Ehrenberg

Dive deep into history by exploring this ensemble of castle ruins and museums that narrate tales from the Middle Ages.

Ehrenberg Castle Ruins

Once a mighty fortress, these ruins offer glimpses of medieval architecture and strategies.

Fort Claudia

Named after Archduchess Claudia de' Medici, this fort played a crucial role in several historical battles.

Plansee Lake

A shimmering alpine lake ideal for boating, swimming, or simply relaxing by its shores.

Alpentherme Ehrenberg

After an adventurous day, rejuvenate at this spa and wellness center with its range of saunas, pools, and treatments.

Heiterwanger Lake

Another beautiful lake offering scenic views, boat rides, and tranquil settings.

Reutte's Historic Town Center

Wander through quaint streets, discover local shops, and savor traditional Tyrolean cuisine.

Tannheimer Tal

A picturesque valley known for its hiking trails, alpine meadows, and winter sports activities.

King Ludwig's Royal Castles

Located just a short drive away in Bavaria, Germany, these fairy-tale castles are a must-visit.

Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

Engage in skiing, snowboarding, or hiking in this famous winter sports area, with the Zugspitze – Germany's highest mountain – in proximity.

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In and around Highline 179

Wildkirchli (0 km)

Nestled within the jagged rock face of the Alpstein Massif, the mesmerizing Wildkirchli caves offer a fusion of natural wonder, history, and spirituality. Experience a journey through time, set against the backdrop of stunning Swiss mountain vistas.

Plansee (9.15 km)

Plansee, nestled in the heart of the Austrian Alps, is a stunning natural lake that offers serene beauty and a multitude of outdoor activities. Surrounded by majestic mountains and lush forests, it's a perfect retreat for nature lovers.

Neuschwanstein Castle (10.71 km)

Perched majestically atop the Bavarian Alps, Neuschwanstein Castle emerges like a fairy tale brought to life, its turrets and towers epitomizing the dreamlike fantasies of a bygone king.

Zugspitze (20.73 km)

Zugspitze boasts the title of Germany's highest peak. At a staggering 2,962 meters above sea level, it promises breathtaking vistas, alpine adventures, and an exhilarating blend of German and Austrian mountain culture.

Linderhof Palace (21.78 km)

Linderhof Palace is a jewel in the Bavarian Alps, an opulent retreat built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. An exquisite example of French Rococo architecture nestled among lush gardens, the palace offers a surreal journey into the mind of a whimsical king.

Oberjoch (24.16 km)

Oberjoch, nestled in the picturesque Bavarian Alps of Germany, is a serene mountain village celebrated for its breathtaking landscapes and superb ski slopes. This idyllic destination is perfect for both adventure seekers and those seeking tranquil nature

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