Ice and dripstone caves
A guided tour through the Hundalm ice and dripstone caves at 1.520 m above sea level is quite a special experience. It shows the visitor a fascinating underground world: ice structures, partly standing upright and crystal clear, some like silent waterfalls, standing next to dripstone, witnesses to development taking millions of years.
Crystal World Wattens (80km there + back)
Internationally famous: The Swarovski Crystal World. The inexhaustible imagination of Andre Heller captivates big and small.
Achensee (70km there + back)
Go on a boat trip on the glorious Achensee lake.
Rattenberg (30km there + back)
Rattenberg, the oldest and smallest city of Tyrol, is famous for its medieval imprints and glass art. A climb to the old fortress lends an impressive view over the tiny city and the lower Inn Valley.
Silver Mine in Schwaz (65km there + back)
Go 800 m deep into the ground with the Grubenhunt into the largest mine of the middle ages and discover everything you've always wanted to know about silver mining.
Kramsach (35km there + back)
In the museum of Tyrolean farms in Kramsach, one can form a realistic picture of the laborious work of the farmers of long ago and of rural traditions and every day life. The farmsteads were dissembled stone by stone and rebuilt in the museum area. At the museum cemetery also in Kramsach, one can marvel at a unique collection of amusing inscriptions on the gravestones, e.g.: "Here Johanna Vogelsang is quiet, after twittering her whole life long"
Krimmler Waterfalls (210km there + back)
Unique wonder of nature, the biggest waterfalls in Europe.
Innsbruck (130km there + back)
Explore the places of interest that make Innsbruck, the provincial capital, so unforgettable like the golden roof, Schwarzmander church, alpine zoo, Berg Isl ski jump, bell foundry and much more.
Kufstein (28km hin + retour)
The fortress of Kufstein is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tyrol, but the well-known Old Town of Kufstein with its Roman Court Lane and the Auracher Löchl is very popular with tourists.