Around the house
We also take care of activities outside of the winter and summer offers in Tyrol. In the basement of our house we have a children's and youth area. In addition to plenty of space to run around, there is also
- Billiard table
- Table football
- Play corner with slide
A visit to the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, whose gemstones are exported around the world and processed into unique pieces of jewelry, is highly recommended, about 45 km and about 35 minutes' drive from our apartments.
Big names from art, design and architecture show their very own interpretation of crystal - hypnotic, magical, unique. In this magical place you will encounter contemporary art as well as ancient history. The Crystal Worlds are an ideal destination for the whole family all year round, whatever the weather. More information at Kristallwelten.swarovski.com.
The Bergeralm ski area in Steinach am Brenner near Innsbruck offers some advantages due to its manageable size with 30 kilometers of slopes at an altitude of 1,000 to 2,200 m:
- The slopes are always perfectly groomed and have been awarded the slope quality seal of the state of Tyrol!
- Snow guarantee from the beginning of December to the end of March - large density of snow cannons
- no long waiting times at the lifts and little overcrowded slopes
- Downhill runs of all levels of difficulty
- good training opportunities and runs for experts and experts
For families: ski school, ski children's area, family-friendly lifts at the middle station, family offers for tickets and free childcare in the panorama restaurant
Tobogganing in the Wipptal
In the Wipptal holiday region in Tyrol there are a total of 9 toboggan runs spread across all mountain valleys. The longest of the natural toboggan runs is Maria Waldrast in Matrei with a length of 5 km. All lifts have a place to stop for refreshments on the mountain or in the valley in order to strengthen and warm up. Some of the tracks are illuminated at night so that tobogganing fun is also guaranteed in the evening.
Fun with the sledge for the whole family
In glorious sunshine or under the starry sky, whether with children, friends or just as a couple - sledding is fun in the wintry natural landscape. Our toboggan runs in the Brenner region have two different levels of difficulty (easy and medium-difficult). You can find more detailed information on the interactive map. We recommend all, but especially sporty tobogganers and children, to wear a helmet on the descent!
For those tobogganers who want to save themselves the ascent, there is the possibility of taking the gondola up at the Bergeralmbahn in Steinach. You can take a shuttle taxi to Maria Waldrast. There is also a toboggan rental at both toboggan runs.
Cross-country skiing in Tyrol
In the Wipptal and its mountain valleys there are approx. 70 km of cross-country trails of all levels of difficulty. Approximately 40 km of this is in the mountaineering village of Gschnitztal and has been awarded the Tyrolean trail seal of approval. In the higher mountain valleys, e.g. In the mountaineering villages Schmirn & Gschnitz or on Maria Waldrast there are particularly snow-sure trails. Our plus: all cross-country trails in the Wipptal are free!
Cross-country skiing paradise in the mountaineering village of Gschnitztal
Because of its spaciousness, the beautiful landscape and the good preparation, all the trails in the Gschnitztal have been awarded the Tyrolean trail seal of approval and are probably one of the most beautiful places for cross-country skiing in Tyrol.
Ski tours around Mühlbachl
The Wipptal holiday region is nestled between the Zillertal and Stubai Alps and stretches from Innsbruck to over the Brenner Pass in South Tyrol. The unbelievable variety of degrees of difficulty and scenic highlights as well as the guaranteed snow due to the favorable location on the weather divide between North and South Tyrol make the Wipptal an absolute hotspot of the Tyrolean ski touring scene.
Best location, varied diversity
The Tux and Zillertal Alps, which include the east-facing mountain valleys Navis, Schmirn and Vals, offer an abundance of alpine touring options at various levels of difficulty. The Gschnitztal and Obernbergtal valleys on the west side of the Stubai Alps also attract visitors with their untouched slopes and an untouched and unique natural backdrop. Sustainable and nature-friendly ski touring tourism has developed in the Obernbergtal in particular: information brochures and boards indicate the protected areas in which, for example, the black grouse and capercaillie should remain undisturbed.