Lermoos


If you look closely on a clear day you will be able to spot the odd speck of colour dotting the deep blue sky over Lermoos; when conditions are right, dozens of paragliding enthusiasts take to the skies over this pretty village.

If you look closely on a clear day then you will spot the odd speck of colour dotting the deep blue sky over Lermoos. When the sun is out and thermal conditions are right, dozens of paragliders flock here to admire the landscape from a different perspective. Brave souls wishing to have a go themselves and conquer their fears can book a tandem flight in the company of an experienced pilot and will be rewarded with an unforgettable adrenaline kick and magnificent views.

Meanwhile, visitors who prefer to keep their feet – or at least their wheels – firmly on the ground can explore the large network of mountain bike trails around Lermoos.

The village itself is one of the oldest settlements in the district of Reutte, known to locals as the “Außerfern” (roughly translated “far away”) region due to its distance from both the Inntal Valley and the regional capital Innsbruck. Yet, despite its peaceful and remote location, there is still plenty to see and do for outdoor enthusiasts in the Zugspitzarena.


From the summit of the Grubigstein, the mountain overlooking Lermoos, visitors can enjoy fabulous views of the Wetterstein Massif and the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain., © Tiroler Zugspitz Arena
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From the summit of the Grubigstein, the mountain overlooking Lermoos, visitors can enjoy fabulous views of the Wetterstein Massif and the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain.

In the 20th century archaeologists discovered that the Romans built the Via Claudia Augusta directly through the damp moorland area in Moos by stabilising the soft ground using countless wooden planks. Moos is today a popular destination for hikers and cross-country skiers., © Tiroler Zugspitz Arena
Roman road

In the 20th century archaeologists discovered that the Romans built the Via Claudia Augusta directly through the damp moorland area in Moos by stabilising the soft ground using countless wooden planks. Moos is today a popular destination for hikers and cross-country skiers.

Today known as the “Mohr Life Resort”, this hotel used to carry the politically incorrect name “Drei Mohren” (“Three Moors”) and welcomed as one of its guests the legendary Bavarian king Ludwig II. The private “Drei Mohren” museum documents the history of the hotel., © Mohr life resort
Royal visitors

Today known as the “Mohr Life Resort”, this hotel used to carry the politically incorrect name “Drei Mohren” (“Three Moors”) and welcomed as one of its guests the legendary Bavarian king Ludwig II. The private “Drei Mohren” museum documents the history of the hotel.

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