During your holidays in Lechtal Valley, you can look forward to a diverse climbing programme, lots and lots of hikes, and a paradise for mountainbikers.
In Lechtal Valley, a number of traditional holiday villages with a broad spectrum of hiking and leisuretime offers await. Here, you can enjoy leisurely tours across the nature park region Lechtal-Reutte. Long-distance hiking trails, like the Eagle Path and Lechweg Trail measuring 125 kilometres, lead across large parts of Lechtal Valley. The Lechtal cablecar significantly shortens the access routes to various hikes and mountain tours. You can look forward to a great variety of climbing parks and mountaineering opportunities in the Lechtal Alps.
Travelling on two or more wheels
As a cycling enthusiast, you will most definitely enjoy the four route legs from Reutte to Steeg on the Lechtal cycling route. Mountainbikers can expect a myriad of mountainbike trails of varying difficulty levels in the area. And you won’t have to go hungry: numerous working Alpine farms offer some welcome snacks along the way. If you just want to sit back and enjoy, you might try a coach ride across Nature Park Lechtal. For the more adventurous, an excursion into Lechtal Valley on horseback may be just the ticket. There are a lot of equestrian options on offer in the region - no matter what your skill level - and you can also participate in trekking tours on horseback.
A perfect holiday for little and large
The many public pools and water parks in the Lechtal Valley region are particularly attractive to families. But if you want some peace and quiet, you might consider taking the whole family on a fishing trip instead. The little ones will enjoy the many and varied playgrounds on offer all over the region. The nature park offers tailor-made guided tours specifically for families with young children. And if all that peace and quiet is getting too much, you might try some of the excitement and action on offer at rafting and canyoning. Alternatively, you could explore the region while paragliding, getting a perfect bird’s eye view of it all.