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In the Kelosauna at the Alpenbad in Leutasch, the infusions are usually very hot. But good! 
, © Alpenbad Leutasch/Hintraeger
Updated 5 days ago in Feel Good from Esther
5 min reading time
It's cold outside! Goose-down puffers aside, few things warm the body like a hot, steamy sanctuary of a sauna bath. The best-loved hothouses that will spirit you away from the outdoor conditions.
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presse-jungbrunn-spa-panorama lichtbadewanne, © Hotel Jungbrunn
Christina
Updated 6 days ago in Recommendations from Christina
6 min reading time
“There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won't cure, but I don't know many of them.” said Sylvia Plath, one of the most renowned and influential poets, novelists, and short story writers of the 20th century.
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wet walking days
Hiking under blue skies? Easy. But rainy days in the mountains have their own special charm. We set out to discover what sets wet walks apart from the rest.
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Innsbruck
Ready for a weekend escape? Autumn, the season of vibrant colours, is arguably the most beautiful time of year to visit the Heart of the Alps. The list of what to do in Tirol in October is long, from glacier skiing in the morning and hiking in the afternoon to simply enjoying the incredible autumn colours. Take advantage of the last days of patio season and soak up the sun before the winter months arrive.Here are some ideas to get you started during any weekend this upcoming golden autumn season:
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Wildpitzbahn, Pitztal Glacier
The Wildspitzbahn on the Pitztal Glacier is at 3,440 metres above sea level the highest cable car in Tirol. Nowhere else in Austria can passengers travel as quickly and comfortably into the realm of eternal snow and ice. However, building and operating a cable car at this altitude is a huge technical and logistical challenge requiring innovative solutions.
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HerbstinTirol-Obernbergersee
Updated on 29.09.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Eva
3 min reading time
Tirol isn’t always a winter wonderland, you know. Sometimes it’s a summer wonderland. And then there is autumn. It unfolds with brilliant bursts of gold, crystalline blue skies, the crisp perfume of fluttering leaves, and trails paved in yellow. Honestly speaking, the seasons are fleeting, so get out now and experience it. Here are some great ways to savour autumn in Tirol.
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Searching for marmots.
Updated on 22.09.2021 in Nature from Wolfgang Westermeier
10 min reading time
Ibex, chamois, vulture, eagle and marmot – those are the five animals every visitor to Tirol would like to catch a glimpse of.  We have talked to the rangers in the region's nature parks to discover the best walks and hikes with a good chance of seeing these wonderful creatures.
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The Alpine ibex (Capra ibex) is a species of wild goat that lives in Austria’s Hohe Tauern National Park.
, © Hohe Tauern National Park
Updated on 20.09.2021 in Nature from Klaus
5 min reading time
Teeming with unique wildlife species and plant species found nowhere else, Hohe Tauern National Park is the largest protected high-country landscape of Austria. Read on to learn what led to the establishment of Austria’s first National Park.
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Autumn is an excellent time of the year to discover Tirol. 
Updated on 20.09.2021 in Bits & Pieces from Fabienne
8 min reading time
There’s something magical that happens when leaves begin to change colour, the air turns crisp and cool and days are getting darker earlier. Autumn brings a new set of activities to fill your days — here is my ultimate autumn bucket list.
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Reither Kogel im Alpbachtal.
, © Tirol Werbung, Georg Marshall
Alexander Zimmermann
Updated on 15.09.2021 in Recommendations from Alexander
8 min reading time
Almost half of the total carbon footprint created by a holiday in the Alps is caused by getting to and from the destination. Windsurfing board on the roof, mountain bike on the back, boulder crash pad in the boot or rock climbing equipment on the back seat – do you really need all that gear? Not in Tirol. The region has more than 500 rental and hire shops where outdoor enthusiasts can borrow the equipment they need during their stay. Ski and snowboard rental has been around for decades, but more and more places are now adopting the same model in summer. Here are four examples of rental services in Tirol to give you new holiday perspectives with minimum impact on the environment.
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