The Pfundser Tschey is a high alpine valley in the west of Tirol home to many lush green pastures dotted with wooden huts. In springtime the meadows are covered in thousands of colourful flowers.
The Pfundser Tschey is a sunny alpine valley perched at 1,650 metres above sea level. As winter slowly fades and spring arrives, its south-facing exposure means it doesn't take long for the first crocuses to appear, eventually spreading to form a colourful carpet over the lush green meadows. Dotted across the landscape are many wooden hay huts used as weekend homes by locals in summer. In the heart of this picture-perfect landscape stands the white Maria Schnee chapel. Near the start of the valley you will find the 300-year-old Greiter Mühle mill, which has been painstakingly restored and continues to work today. The Pfundser Tschey is easy to explore on foot. The main route through the valley is asphalt, making it suitable for buggies and wheelchairs.