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Berglsteinersee in Breitenbach am Inn | ©  Alpbachtal Seenland Tourismus | Bernhard Berger
Swimming in the Alpbachtal | Summer swimming holidays in the Tyrol
Summer holiday

Bathing lakes & swimming pools in the Alpbachtal holiday region

Three gorgeous bathing lakes and three outdoor swimming pools await you in the Alpbachtal holiday region.

Admission to Lake Reintal, to the bathing lake in Reith i.A. and to the outdoor swimming pools in Brixlegg and Münster is free of charge with the Alpbachtal Card


Swimming, relaxing, having fun

Reintalersee Badestrand Fischerstube | © Alpbachtal Tourismus, Bernhard Huber
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Reither See | © Alpbachtal Tourismus
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Berglsteinersee Winter | © Alpbachtal Tourismus
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Schwimmbad Brixlegg | © Freischwimmbad Brixlegg
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Schwimmbad Münster Rutsche | © Gemeinde Münster
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Schlauchreiten in der Ache | © Sport Ossi
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Gurgling springs, crystal clear mountain streams, the gushing waters in the gorges and the warmest bathing lakes in the Tyrol all wait to be discovered. Those in search of action in the water can get their pulse beating whilst tube riding, white water swimming or rafting. Water lovers can relax on the lawns at the outdoor swimming pools in Brixlegg, Münster and Kundl.

Kramsach lake plateau

Just a few minutes from Kramsach village centre the countryside changes. A long, long time ago glaciers shaped small round hills that almost resemble green eggheads. Between these mounds water has remained to this day and forms the "Reintaler Seenplatte" (Lake Plateau). It comprises four lakes, on which you will find neither sailing nor motorized boats – swimming and rowing is the call of the day!

The particularity of the area is that Tyrol’s warmest bathing lakes lie in this sun kissed spot and thus the lakes are gently heated. How about a dip in the cool - temperate water.

The four lakes in Kramsach:

  • Bathing lake Reintal, the biggest lake in Kramsach
  • Lake Krumm
  • Lake Buch
  • Lake Frauen