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Updated on 03.06.2024 in Recommendations from Eva
7 min reading time
To help you cool down this summer, I have put together a list of 12 perfectly chill places to swim around in with a little help from my friends and colleagues. So take a deep, deep breath, and swim up to our mountain swimming spots power rankings:
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Summer solstice fire in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, 23.06.2018. Looking towards the Erwalder Sonnenspitze mountain
Outdoor activities, thumping techno and mountain biking – here in Tirol the month of June is both action-packed and easy-going. Highlights range from the legendary Heart of Noise Festival to guided walks in the rose-rich meadows of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains.
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The Olperer Hütte hut high above the Schlegeisspeicher reservoir.
Jannis
Updated on 27.05.2024 in Recommendations from Jannis
11 min reading time
Tirol's huts are already hard at work preparing for the summer season 2023. We have put together a list of places which open in late spring or early summer to welcome walkers, hikers and mountain bikers. Scroll down to find out more.
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Nürnberger Hütte, Neustift i. St.
Keeping an eye on the forecast in the days leading up to a vacation or to the weekend is often a nerve wracking experience. You’ve spent months planning your trip and the prospect of it being scuppered by poor weather is not something you want to deal with. How do you make the most of your trip if rain threatens to spoil your plans? Well, as you’ll find out, rainy days does not mean there isn’t anything to do in and around Tirol - there are plenty of dry options—and even a couple of not so dry outdoor pursuits.
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Highline 179, © Naturparkregion Reutte
Updated on 22.04.2024 in Recommendations from Michael
6 min reading time
Obviously, there is very little to do in Tirol. There’s nothing really unique or interesting to see there. Don’t believe us? Let us count the ways.
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Wake up
It is really mean. The sun is shining, the days are growing longer and the open-air season has begun. Spring has sprung, but not everyone feels energetic. For some, it is a season of leaden limbs and fits of yawning. While the world is waking up, they want to go to sleep. Observing the total renewal of nature after a long and cold winter is unbelievably beautiful, but it can make you behave like a sleepy fly—and not after a night out drinking. Somehow, you feel sleepier than during wintertime and that terrible feeling of fatigue and weakness coming between you and the world can feel uncomfortable, frustrating, and debilitating.
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Updated on 08.04.2024 in Recommendations from Rosanna
6 min reading time
Actually, Tyrolean cuisine is quite hearty: The classics include Kaiserschmarren (shredded pancake), bacon or cheese dumplings, with cooking centered around a lot of meat and dairy products. However, an increasing number of restaurants and hotels are demonstrating that it can be done differently by specializing in plant-based cuisine. We've looked around and discovered a selection of vegan favorite spots throughout the country.
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© Tirol Werbung, Ramon Haindl
Wolfgang
Updated on 04.03.2024 in Recommendations from Wolfgang Westermeier
3 min reading time
Winter transforms Tirol’s landscape. Craggy mountains are wrapped in a thick layer of snow. Temperatures plunge in the region’s ravines and canyons. Mighty waterfalls turn into skyscrapers of ice. Here are five natural wonders which take on a totally different atmosphere in the winter months.
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Spring skiing in St. Anton am Arlberg., © Tirol Werbung / Manfred Jarisch
Imagine sitting with an inventive drink, on a sun drenched terrace, listening to chill music while overlooking the most awe inspiring mountain views after a day on the slopes. Sounds like paradise doesn’t it? Spring is my favourite ski season. Having enjoyed the awesome spring conditions on the slopes, I find myself a patio and spend the day catching some rays, and take in the warm and cheerful buzz. Here are my top 10 sun terraces on the slopes in Tirol, in no particular order.
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Historic Old Town of Hall, © Tirol Werbung / Bernhard Aichner
For winter-loving sun worshippers, the best time to visit Tirol is arguably March, the month of fresh, lively, new beginnings. The year’s second season marks the end of the coldest days and sparks a feeling of renewal. Summer is on the horizon—but ski turns on corn, slush, or powder are yet to be indulged.
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