Summer & Winter


The multi-award-winning Tannheimer Tal offers its guests a variety of hikes with great views. From simple, easily accessible high-altitude trails to mountain hikes that can be comfortably reached by cable car, to challenging climbing tours in our via ferratas with various degrees of difficulty, everything can be found here.


Themed hiking trails

  1. Smuggler's Trail in Schattwald
  2. 9experience trail in Tannheim
  3. Our Father's Path in Grän
  4. Gamskopf with panorama informator in Grän
  5. Way of St. James in the Tannheim Valley

Cycling, swimming & more

Here in the Tannheimer Tal, demanding bikers will find eleven uniformly signposted mountain bike trails with a total of 150 kilometres of trails.

Bike Trail Tyrol: the very popular mountain bike round trip with 32 stages and almost 1000 kilometres through Tyrol also leads through the Tannheimer Tal. Bikers can put together their own personal route for day or multi-day tours: ETAPPES

The cycling and mountain bike map with route lengths, altitude differences and degrees of difficulty is available at all local tourist offices. Guided MTB tours are offered by the Alpstern Sportschule, Schattwald in summer.

The Tannheimer Tal offers Nordic walkers and runners 186 kilometres of trails and 26 signposted routes, making it the largest and probably also the most beautiful trail network in Tyrol that leads through the wonderful nature of the Tannheimer Tal. Challenging mountain runs or leisurely beginner's loops, everyone can train their endurance and fitness at their own pace while running or with the alternative, Nordic walking, which is easier on the joints.

Currently there are 379 Geocaches of varying difficulty. Seven hikes: four easy family hikes with 49 caches once, 63 caches once, 58 caches once, and three medium-difficulty hikes to the 3 lakes with 66 caches, the Einstein Tour with 50 caches and the Krinnenspitzen Trail with 37 caches. And, of course, there are plenty of children's caches to discover.

Heated outdoor pool with a grandiose mountain panorama in Grän with a toddlers' pool, non-swimmers' pool with waterfall and massage bubble, sports pool and a 50-metre-long water slide. Open from the end of May to the beginning of September.

Heated outdoor pool in Jungholz (21-23 degrees) with paddling pool with toddler water slide, sunbathing lawn, kiosk and mini golf course. Open from the end of May to the beginning of September.

Swimming is permitted in the Vilsalpsee, one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in Tyrol and located in the middle of the nature reserve of the same name. Due to its location, the water temperature usually does not exceed 17 degrees.
With a view of the dreamlike mountain panorama and a fresh breeze of mountain air, you can enjoy a relaxing day of swimming at the crystal-clear lake or just venture into the crystal-clear water for refreshment after a sweaty mountain or bike tour.
Altitude: 1168 metres

Freely accessible lake near Tannheim with a public lido.
Popular summer activities for everyone here are mainly: swimming, surfing and rowing.
There is rowing boat, pedal boat and surfboard hire at Strandbad Haldensee.
Altitude: 1124 metres

Swimming in this little natural jewel near Schattwald is said to have helped with many a minor cripple.


Other summer activities

Winter activities

6 small ski areas offer skiers and snowboarders a total of 55 kilometres of pistes and everything their heart desires. From beginner's slopes, family-friendly runs to highly challenging routes, everything can be found.

Our Tannheimer Tal is not called a "cross-country skiing paradise" without reason and was awarded the "cross-country skiing seal of approval of the Tyrol". A perfectly groomed 140 km long cross-country skiing network for classic and skating in a dreamlike winter landscape ensure an unforgettable winter dream holiday.

Around Tannheim you will find over 80 kilometres of perfectly cleared winter hiking trails with fantastic views of our Tannheim mountains. In addition, pedestrians can also reach high altitudes in winter:
The Neunerköpfle in Tannheim and the Gamskopf in Grän have cleared winter hiking trails.