High-alpine trails, family-friendly walks and cosy mountain huts make the Tirol West Region in the Lechtal Alps and around the Venet peak a haven for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.
With the Venet mountain to the south and the Lechtal Alps to the north, the Tirol West Region in the Upper Inn Valley enjoys a spectacular setting. From the village of Zams near Landeck there is a cable car leading up onto the Venet mountain, where a state-of-the-art restaurant with fabulous views awaits. The region is also home to many traditional huts serving hearty local food, for example the Gogles-Alm hut and dairy farm at 2,017 metres above sea level. The hut can be reached via a circular walking trail on the Venet mountain. Some of the best huts in the Lechtal Alps include the Steinseehütte next to a beautiful lake, the Steinsee, at 2,060 metres above sea level, and surrounded by the mighty Parzinn Massif. Even higher up you will find the Württemberger Haus, where hikers exploring the mountains on foot can stay the night at over 2,000 metres.