The Alpbachtal tourism region lies at the heart of the Tyrol. Framed by the rugged mountain peaks of the Rofan Range and the green grassy mountains of the Kitzbühel Alps, the region with its ten villages is a truly special gem. Original farms, enchanting in summer with their colourful floral decorations, as well as rustic Alpine pastures and huts are part of the distinctive landscape. The mountains provide for unique experiences with dreamlike panoramic views in summer and winter. Hikes through the gorges are guaranteed adventures, the best way to cool off during hot summer months is in the regions bathing lakes with their pleasant temperatures. Tradition is kept alive here like nowhere else.
Rugged Rofan meets rolling hills: the Alpbachtal holiday region is nestled between the foothills of the Kitzbühel Alps and the eastern base of the Rofan Range.
The Alpbachtal is one of Austria's "Genussregionen" (culinary region) and boasts a landscape rich in contrasts. One of the main villages and namesake for the region is Alpbach, "Austria's most beautiful village". Reith im Alpbachtal, which is known for its floral displays and characteristic village centre, is a veritable family paradise in summer and winter. Kramsach, situated on the north bank of the Inn, is often called the "Tyrol's bathtub" because of its idyllic lakes. The richly forested Brandenberg is home to breathtaking gorges and ravines and terrific hiking trails. The wildly romantic and wooded valley is an absolute butterfly paradise and home to the region's best-known sweet delicacy On the other side of the Inn lies Rattenberg, Austria's smallest town and also one of the most historic. Its medieval town centre with its narrow alleys and glass artisan workshops is famous throughout the Inn Valley.
Experience pleasurable deceleration as well as original inspiration in the Alpbachtal.
The Alpbachtal is an Alpine recreation area and at the same time a cultural living space with great contemporary history and unique art and cultural facilities. Culture in the Alpbachtal is shaped by the land and the people who live here. Traditions and old customs are kept alive here like nowhere else. The cultural scene is colourful, traditional and very diverse. It is firmly anchored in all areas of society and this gives the region its special charm.