Beautifully natural: Lake Berglsteinersee
Surrounded by forests and mountains at the foot of the ruins of Gückenbühl Castle (Schindlburg ruins), pristine Lake Berglstein is a real insider tip for those seeking tranquillity. It is the ideal place to break free from everyday life and recharge your batteries amidst nature.
Whether in the summer months or snow-covered in winter – Lake Berglstein and the surrounding landscape impress with the various displays of colours at any time of the year.
Unwind and see what effect nature has on your senses! That’s what we call relaxation in the Alpbachtal.
Covering 2.6 ha, Lake Berglstein is not one of Tyrol’s largest lakes, but certainly one of its most picturesque. There are a number of romantic spots that invite you to relax on the shores of the lake. And after you have enjoyed some time out together in nature you can tuck into local delicacies at the Berglsteinersee 712er Lounge, right by the water.
to the lake restaurant
Easy walks for all seasons
In addition to being a place to unwind and enjoy, Lake Berglstein is also a stop-off point or the goal of many easy walks. Its ideal location between Kramsach and Breitenbach am Inn promises tranquil seclusion on the untouched south-facing slope of the Voldöpperspitze.
From the car park, you hike along the "Leichter-Lernen-Wanderweg" (Easy Learning Trail), where you can improve your learning and concentration skills with the help of a total of 12 exercise boards.Details
How to get to the lake?
To get to Lake Berglstein, it is best to park at the Lake Reintalersee East car park. From there, a path leads to the lake. You can easily reach Lake Berglsteinersee in 30 minutes on the wide forest path, which is also suitable for prams.
And then you have already arrived at the idyllic natural jewel Lake Berglsteinersee ... time to relax!
Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses
If you would like to spend even more time in the beautiful countryside then pay a visit to Tyrol’s largest open-air museum where you can embark on a fascinating stroll through the farming traditions of the past. On the 3.2 km circular trail, learn about how lumberjacks transported huge tree trunks from the mountains down to the valley via rushing streams and rivers, listen to tales of old Tyrolean legends and feel history come alive along fun educational trails.More about the Museum