Summer

Top services free of charge

Mountain lifts/mountain experience

  • Daily free ride with the mountain lifts in Alpbachtal & Wildschönau

Environmentally friendly bus services

  • Regiobus Mittleres Unterinntal (VVT) - bus services within the holiday region**

Children's programme

  • Mon-Fri free child care at Juppi Kid's Club in Reith i. A.* (does not include lunch/snacks)

Lakes & swimming pools

  • WAVE Wörgler Wasserwelt - adventure pool (Mon-Sun 2,5 hrs)***
  • Reither Badesee Reith i. A. – bathing lake Reith i. A.
  • Reintalersee, Kramsach – lake Reintal Kramsach (designated beaches)
  • Schwimmbad Brixlegg & Münster – swimming pool Brixlegg & Münster

Museums & cultural gems

  • Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses in Kramsach
  • Augustine Museum, Rattenberg
  • Wednesday - Free guided tour in Rattenberg
  • NEW: Free guided Tour to Rosi Fellner apiary in Breitenbach

Your feet haven’t had so much fun in a long time!

The unique location between the Kitzbühler and Ziller Valley Alps offers a beautiful picture book mountain setting. A hiker’s paradise with over 900 km marked hiking and walking paths guarantee pure mountain pleasure!

Three Summer lifts take hikers up to three very different hiking areas in the Alpbachtal Seenland offering walkers good and varied choices. The Sonnwendjoch chair lift in Kramsach takes hikers up to the Rofan Range, which with its bizarre and rugged rock formations and crystal clear Lake Zirein as established itself as a wonderful high Alpine hiking area.

In a mere 5 minutes an 8-seater gondola takes walkers from the „Familien und Blumendorf“ Reith im Alpbachtal up the Reither Kogel. The Reither Kogel walking area is ideal for families and ramblers. Fun and adventure can be found along “Juppi Zauberwald, a 2,5 km long circular path with numerous play areas in unspoiled nature and a viewing platform offering impressive vistas.

Shortly before arriving in Alpbach - Austria’s most beautiful village – you reach the Wiedersbergerhornbahn, a 6-seater gondola taking hikers up to approx. 1.900 m at the foot of the Wiedersbergerhorn peak. The „Lauserland“ with an array of fun things for children to do such as giant slides, tunnels for crawling through, a water wheel, a pond and plenty more is right next to the top station. Hikers will surely enjoy a walk up the peak of the nearby Wiedersbergerhorn or a full day tour via the Sagtaler Spitzen to Inneralpbach. Not only are you rewarded with magnificent views but if you’re lucky you can see marmots or Alpine Choughs. Should you feel peckish help yourself to some of the tasty blueberries.   

Just a few minutes from Kramsach village centre the landscape changes. A long, long time ago glaciers shaped small round hills that almost resemble green eggheads. Between these humps water has remained to this day and forms the "Reintaler Seenplatte" (Lake Plateau). It comprises five lakes, on which you will find neither sailing nor motorized boats – swimming and rowing is the call of the day! The particularity of the area is that Tyrol’s warmest bathing lakes lie in this sun kissed spot and thus the lakes are gently heated. How about a dip in the cool - warm water.

REINTALERSEE, Kramsach

Lake Reintal is the largest of the Kramsach Lakes and together with the Krummsee (Lake Krumm) is considered one of the Tyrol’s warmest bathing lakes with temperatures around 25°C. There are well cared for sun lawns, restaurants, buffets, a children’s playground, boot rental and camping sites on site. A well maintained walking path leads around the lake (approx. 1 hour).
For information: Tel. +43 (664) 5947049

Fishing
The bait has to appeal to the fish and not to the fisherman, so one says. So if you like to „take worms for a swim” or if your hunter instincts call, when a trout jumps out of the water, why not buy yourself a fishing card.
For information contact Mr. Grünauer, Tel. +43 (676) 5560228

KRUMMSEE, Kramsach

Put an end to the fairy tale that all mountain lakes in the Tyrol are ice-cold.  Lake Krumm is one of the warmest lakes in the Tyrol - and of first class water quality. 2 immaculate sun lawns, WCs and chaning cubicles, pedal boats and a restaurant with beautiful summer terrace await you.

For information please call: +43 (5337) 62402

REITHER SEE, Reith i.A.

Reith’s „Emerald Eye“, as the lake in Reith is often called, is situated in the village centre and is the ideal place to go for a cool off after mountain bike tours, hikes or walks. A large sun lawn, children’s play area, paddling pond, fishing possibilities, diving board, changing cubicles, buffet and much more can be found at the lake.
For information please call: Tel.: +43 (5337) 62674

BERGLSTEINERSEE, Breitenbach

A secret tip for anyone in search of tranquility is the idyllic Lake Berglstein – hidden between Kramsach and Breitenbach. A cosy inn with beautiful Summer terrace offers culinary delights on the lakes shore. A fee is taken on fine weather days. http://www.berglsteinersee.com

Tip: Tyrol’s „Erster Leichter Lernen Weg“ (easy learning path) with special boards showing exercises to aid learning and concentration runs around this lake. This is t h e place to replenish body, mind and soul.

BADL BREITENBACH

The natural bathing lake is a secret tip for swimming enthusiasts. You will find a children’s playground, football pitches and tarred paths running around the lake. And it’s all free of charge!

Aktivbiking

Enjoy the beautiful Tyrolean mountains with a mountain bike and explore the unique nature with your host (trained bike guide). We offer you the ideal tours for your level. 

www.aktivbiking.com

Webcam Wiedersbergerhorn

 

Family Larch

In 2003, Maria and Franz Larch together built their Gästehaus Larch and then already opened for Christmas. 

In addition to the three children Valentina, Maximilian and Johanna Maria takes care of the guests and the house.

Franz is in the winter at the Ski School Alpbach Aktiv responsible for the office, in the summer he is a distiller and offers guided bike tours and guided hikes.

 

 

Travel Information

The following link provides travel information to our Alpbachtal Seenland Region:
http://www.alpbachtal.at/en/service/travel-information

So finden sie uns!