Get to know the culture of Tyrol & the Lech Valley on holiday!
The area offers a variety of interesting excursion destinations for your family holiday in the NATURPARKREGION TIROLER LECH.



In the middle of Tyrol and yet also at the gates to the Allgäu and the Arlberg lies the Tiroler Lech Nature Park Region - nestled between the Lechtal and Allgäu Alps. Far away from transit routes and mass tourism, you will find 14 picturesquely situated communities that invite you to enjoy and linger.

In winter, the Lechtal is a true holiday paradise: Family-friendly skiing areas, extensive and well-maintained winter hiking trails, cross-country skiing trails, toboggan runs, and cosy and rustic huts to stop at. A romantic horse-drawn carriage ride is also a must.

In summer, Bach and the entire Lechtal valley becomes a paradise for mountain hikers, mountain bikers and all those who enjoy spending time in unspoilt nature. On the numerous peaks and via ferratas, summit strikers are looking for a challenge. Mountain bikers enjoy the varied landscape and explore the routes of the region. Adventurous guests can choose between numerous trendy sports such as paragliding, canyoning or kayaking.


Fun for the whole family! Here you will find our recommendations for the perfect family adventure in the Lechtal.

The modern 8-seater gondola lift is barrier-free and since the 19/20 winter season has been transporting all guests not only comfortably, but also with a spectacular panoramic view towards their mountain experience.

The Geierwally open-air stage is the cultural highlight of the region. 

Wildly romantic and with bizarre rock formations, the Bernhardstal Gorge winds its way towards the Lechtal capital Elbigenalp. The Geierwally open-air stage is located in the middle of this gorge. This unique natural stage in Tyrol has been attracting thousands of spectators every year since 1993.

Since 2005, the Lechtaler Distillery in Elbigenalp has been dedicated to the art of high-quality brandies and liqueurs. Show distillery - shop - guided tours incl. tasting

As a guest in the "Duarf", you should not miss the Elbigenalp Wunderkammer; here you can learn about the culture and history of the Lechtal people from the perspective of the collector and lithographer Johann Anton Falger and immerse yourself in his extensive collection of art and curiosities.

Loopholes for the soul: Kaisers, Gramais, Pfafflar and Hinterhornbach

68 people live in Gramais, the smallest community in Austria. There are only a few more in Hinterhornbach, Pfafflar and Kaisers, those tranquil Lechtal micro-communities where time simply seems to have stood still.

Our little guests can really let off steam at the many varied playgrounds in the Lechtal holiday region - what could be better than fun and games in the great outdoors?

Our hotel's own
Bowling alley offers entertaining
Afternoons and evenings for young & old.

25 curves & 900 m length

A special highlight in summer is our summer toboggan run "Wally Blitz" in Elbigenalp.

Panoramic view and heart pounding included! This is a new rope suspension bridge that spans the wildly romantic Höhenbachtal Gorge. It is the highest and longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Austria that is accessible free of charge!!!

Being happy and relaxed is what we all want. You can enjoy your time in a pleasant atmosphere in the adventure pool with spacious wellness area in Steeg.


Reutte - 40.0 km | 30 minutes

Longest Tibet-style pedestrian suspension bridge in the world. Length = 406 m! Directly between Reutte & Heiterwang.

Wattens - 150 km | 120 min

The Swarovski Crystal Worlds are one of the most booked sights in Austria.

40 km | 30 minutes

Go on a 700-year journey through time in the Ehrenberger Klause near Reutte.
The path takes you to the deepest Middle Ages, with everything that goes with it - high towers and lots of history. The museum "On the trail of the knight" - a museum you can touch!

Füssen (D) - 60 km | 60 minutes

Built in 1869 - 1886 under King Ludwig II of Bavaria in the style of a medieval castle.

Füssen (D) - 55 km | 60 minutes

From 1832 to 1836, Crown Prince Maximilian of Bavaria had the dilapidated castle rebuilt in neo-Gothic style.

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