Kramsach is known for two things: its red marble and its water rich lake plateau. Summer and Winter Kramsach offers an ideal combination of nature, outdoor sports and culture.
Water action around the bathing lakes and in the Brandenberger stream are refreshing and superb. Three top quality camping sites offer prime locations on the lake shores. In Winter Kramsach benefits from the short distance to the ski resort Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau.
Kramsach provides ideal conditions for ski novices with two beginner’s lifts in Wittberg and snow making facilities. Especially children love this piste and under 15 year olds can use the lift free of charge! Several times a day the free ski bus brings you to the nearby ski area Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau (approx. 8 km) with 46 lifts and 145 km pistes (109 km fall line). Discover the skiing area Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau, one of the ten largest in the Tyrol.
Kramsach also offers a great programme off the slopes, such as ice skating or ice curling on Lake Reintal. Cross-country skiers can use the superbly groomed trail along the lake.
Three camp sites located directly at the lakes are popular holiday homes in Summer and Winter. Further accommodation at farms and in holiday apartments in Kramsach provide for guaranteed perfect holidays in the Tyrolean mountains.
Mountain hikers will surely appreciate the Rofan range with its steeped in legend Lake Zirein, great hiking paths as well as easy walking paths around the warmest bathing lakes.
Sport lovers and adventure seekers will find plenty of distractions in Kramsach at Sport Ossi´s. His Outdoor Centre offers wild water sports such as tubing, kayaking, rafting or white water swimming. On a tour of the high rope course, which are close by teamwork and self-discipline are in great demand. The via ferrata at Lake Reintal is a challenging highlight.
Culture lovers will be sure to get their money’s worth. An air of nostalgia hangs over the Museum of Tyrolean Farms with its old buildings and their interesting pasts. Each building bears an impressive witness of a culture long past. A very particular type of humour can be found at the wrought iron blacksmith Hans Guggenbergers "Lustiger Friedhof" (humorous cemetery). A cemetery without any dead but with beautiful wrought iron crosses.