Imagine waking up in the morning and you can't decide which of the many great things in Imst you want to experience today! As soon as the morning sun tickles your nose, there is a lot to discover for you and your parents. Because there are so many possibilities here, amidst the wonderful Tyrolean mountains.
Numerous playgrounds are waiting for you to romp around - your parents can now make themselves comfortable on one of the many seats, enjoy the sunbeams and watch you from the corners of your eyes.
The Rosengarten Gorge in Imst attracts you magically. The Schinderbach creek from the Blue Grotto digs through the rock over a length of 1.5 km. Alpine plants and animals rise far deeper than their actual distribution due to the special conditions. The humid, cool climate encourages the growth of ferns and mosses, you will encounter unique vegetation.
Many leisure activities, such as painting stones or the exciting nature trails with their animals and plants will make you discover this pristine nature. And of course, the swimming pools and bathing lakes in the Imst holiday region also offer plenty of water fun.
The cosy hotels, guesthouses, inns or campsites are the ideal starting point for you and your parents to make excursions to events. Welcome to the family and holiday region Imst!
On a length of 1.5 km, the Schinderbach digs from the Blue Grotto through the rocky ridges of the Imster Mittelgebirgsterrassen to the Johanneskirche.For geologists, this reflects millions of years of geological history, but also those who are less concerned with geology, the beauty of the rose garden canyon and the abundance of flowers, animals and stones in this gorge in Imst be amazed.
Today it goes into higher realms. From Hochimst you can easily reach the SunOrama with its unique view with two lanes. From here it is only downhill. First to the Eagle's Nest, then to the Drischlsteig, which requires sure-footedness and sturdy shoes.If you want, come here to the Muttekopfhütte, alternatively, there are the lower Latschenhütte and Muttehütte. There are three ways to get there: take the cable car down to the valley, or walk down the mountain or head for the Alpine Coaster.
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The miners drove studs into the stone with a hammer and chisel and created a man-high passage measuring 35 meters. Considering that about one centimeter of rock could be worked off in one day, one can figure out how long the miners needed to reach such a length: a good three years. Only from 1670, at the beginning of the modern era, blasting was common.
More information about the exact history of the Imst Klamm can be found every Monday with a free guided tour starting in Imst.Free rental of children's backs in the information offices of the holiday region Imst.
There is something for everyone to discover on this hike. First, the little ones are on it. You start above the parish church Tarrenz. Here begins the "Hexed Children's Path", while the children playfully learn about the legends and folk myths of the region on 16 boards. In the end there is a small gift.In the Salvesenklamm even the big ones will not be able to get out of their amazement at the sight of the mighty, original nature.And then it goes slowly downhill, back to the valley, with bright eyes and all the new impressions.
Once around the Fernsteinsee it goes today, then up to the island along the Uferweges and the castle ruins. At least here, the little ones to discoverers, if behind each stone a goblin could wait and you think together, who used to live here and with what these people drove off the day.
From Hochimst it goes through the Auerwald to the mushroom path, where to learn interesting things about mushrooms, not only for the little ones.On the way back the mountains spoil you with wide views here and there. Who likes takes the Imst Trail as an abbreviation.