Oberperfuss is a municipality with almost 3,000 residents on the south side of the Inntal Valley. It is located 15 kilometres west of Innsbruck on a high mountain plateau overlooking the regional capital.
With its beautiful baroque church dating back to 1733, this quiet village at the start of the Sellraintal Valley is an ideal destination for visitors who enjoy spending their holidays in nature. The nearby Rangger Köpfl (1,939 m) is a family ski area in winter with a 10 km toboggan run and a hiking paradise in summer. A cable car leads from Oberperfuss up onto the high slopes. Hikers will enjoy the Sellrain Valley High Trail, a long hiking path with fabulous views of the Inntal Valley. Those who prefer to take things a little easier can use the car to drive up to the Stiglreith hut at around 1,400 m and marvel at one of the best views of Innsbruck. A little higher up is the Rosskogelhütte, a charming wooden hut popular with mountain bikers and hikers. Another trail well worth exploring is the Schützensteig to Lake Hundstalersee with its Apollontempel, a fascinating stone temple and work of art.