The float, grassy ground of this 5,5 hectare campsite is surrounded by forest on three sides. On the site itself there are trees here and there. From this campsite you have a wonderful view of the Wilden Kaiser mountains.
Camping in Tyrol in a snow-clad and hiking paradise is an unforgettable experience for visitors all year round.
Winter camping is always more attractive, especially in an area that has guaranteed snow, like the Kaisergebirge! A whole lot of variety awaits vacationers when skiing, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, winter hiking through unsurpassed landscapes, snowshoe hikes and during romantic carriage rides. The Tyrol also has a lot to offer in summer. Naturally, mountaineering is highly recommended as the high rock faces truly invite to “start climbing”. Hiking, from Nordic Walking to high alpine tours, cycling and mountain biking on diverse cycle paths, golf, paragliding & hang gliding, swimming, surfi ng & sailing are just some of the outdoor sports that one can take part in. Numerous wellness facilities provide relaxation and balance to the sport. There are a range of eating establishment from “Kasspatzen“, “Tiroler Gröschtl“ and “Tiroler Jausenbrett“ to suit connoisseurs of hearty food. When it comes to drinks, you can enjoy a nice cold beer, or top the day off with rowanberry or Gentian schnapps. Tyrol awaits you with all its numerous facets and scenic attractions.
Tyrol has a temperate climate; the intra-Alpine mountain climate is especially prevalent here which exhibits subcontinental traits. The highest temperatures lie at 25° C in the height of summer and -7° C in winter.
Towns and Places
Kössen in Kaiserwinkl, one of the most snow-rich regions in the Tyrol, has an abundance of sports and leisure facilities in winter in particular. In the centre of the Gothic Old Town of Innsbruck (capital of the Tyrol region), lies its famous landmark: The Golden Roof. Schloss Ambras situated above Innsbruck and the Hofburg Imperial Palace of Innsbruck are only some of the cultural and historical buildings.
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