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Hiking Trails in Austria/Liech/Germany

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We are planning a trip in May and plan to primarily hike while there. The first week we have accommodations in Brand. After much research I haven't been able to find much info on hiking trails around Brand. One web site provided info on guided tours but didn't give the trail names, etc. so I can't steal their ideas :) Info was available for Lichtenstein and there are some nice hikes but we were hoping to find more around our apartment. There are no national parks in the immediate area so that option is out. We will generally hike up to 10 miles/day with a max elevation gain of 2500-3000 ft so I am hoping someone may have some ideas. For anyone familiar with the area , we were there in 2011 and stayed in Bad Gastein and hiked that area and the Hohe Natl Park and loved it. Any ideas or resources are appreciated. I am sure there is info available once we arrive but would like to get an idea of the availability ahead of time. Thank you !

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