Experience unforgettable holidays with hikes to rustic mountain huts, flowing mountain bike trails, specially marked “trail running” trails or a thrilling afternoon climbing. Nordic walking fans will get their money’s worth too!
An active mountain holiday
starts outside in nature…
Autumn and supper dreams
Nature’s diversity and an abundance of mountain activities are bound to provide you with an unforgettable summer holiday experience. Explore nature actively and find peace in many tranquil and idyllic places.
Enjoy unparalleled views of Tyrol's highest mountain, the Wildspitze, and the surrounding fifty 3000-metre peaks of the Pitztal from the highest café in Austria. Relax and unwind over coffee and cake at Tyrol's highest patisserie.
The suspended terrace of Café 3440 at exactly 3,440 m above sea level offers uninterrupted panoramic views of the Alpine scenery. This is Austria's highest Café and Tirol's new peak highlight in the true sense of the word! It seems incredible but Café 3.440 is encircled by more than fifty mountains higher than three thousand meters. Enjoy a cup of fine coffee while indulging in the awesome Alpine panorama.
Adventures in the water and on the playground are on the agenda during summer at Pitz Park in Wenns. Every family member will find their favourite activity in Pitz Park in Wenns with its natural bathing pond, a generously designed playground with mega Pitzi action, a heated paddling pool for toddlers, beach volleyball and soccer court.
Rifflsee is Austria's highest mountain lake and gave also the name to the adjacent Mountain Lifts. Mountain fans of all ages can take full advantage of the Rifflsee mountain lift network which gives access to the region's countless high elevation walking routes, ranging from easy to intermediate difficulty.
Fun, games and interesting facts about the rare Swiss stone pine make a trip to ZirbenPark Hochzeiger fascinating for visitors of any age. The one kilometre long ZirbenPark circular route in Pitztal starts at Hochzeiger intermediate station at 2,000 metres. The adventure trail leads through a Swiss pine forest with panoramic views of the towns Jerzens and Wenns.