There are few more beautiful experiences in Tirol than strolling along the banks of the Leutascher Ache river in the warm spring sunshine, following its meanders in a high alpine valley full of meadows until the rushing water enters the Geisterklamm gorge and cascades down through the jagged rocks.
To the left the mighty peaks of the Wetterstein Mountains, to the right the summits of the Arnspitz Massif, on your back the warm spring sun – welcome to Leutasch! This long high-alpine valley north of Seefeld is located at around 1,000 metres in altitude and is one of the valleys in Tirol where gantians and crocuses blossom in early spring. They can be seen in the lush green meadows around the Leutascher Ache river, accompanying hikers as they make their way along the banks out of the valley. At the start of the valley the water cascades into the mighty Leutascher Geisterklamm gorge, where hikers can continue to follow the flow as soon as the walking trail through the gorge opens in spring.