Alpbachtal
 

About Alpbachtal

Alpbachtal - Das authentische Tirol erleben!
Die Region Alpbachtal ist ein alpiner Erholungsraum, deren Gäste neben der Bewegung in der Natur und authentischer Lebenskultur frische Impulse finden. Urlaubsgäste suchen im Alpbachtal „Entschleunigung“ in Form von genussvoller, aktiver Bewegung in herrlicher Landschaft sowie das Entdecken von Neuem und dem Erleben origineller Inspiration.
Sein idyllisches Ambiente verdankt der Urlaubsort Alpbach der einheitlichen Holzbauweise seiner Häuser. Für diesen Holzbaustil ist das Bergdorf weit über die Grenzen hinaus bekannt und er ist mitunter einer der vielen Gründe, warum Alpbach als das schönste Dorf Österreichs gilt. Nicht weniger sehenswert ist die historische Kleinstadt Rattenberg. Aber auch die malerische Bergkulisse der Kitzbüheler Alpen und weitere Attraktionen tragen zu einem unvergesslichen Urlaub mit zahlreichen Glücksmomenten bei.

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  1. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    01:15
    9.72 mi
    7.8 mph
    2,300 ft
    2,275 ft
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      This tour takes you into the tranquil Luegergraben, which extends south-east after the end of the valley near Inneralpbach. At the hiking car park in Inneralpbach, you then start this moderately difficult tour with 15 kilometers and 700 meters of altitude. If you want to go even higher, make sure to put on suitable footwear - then you can also consider continuing on foot to the Sonnjoch.Immediately after the start, at the intersection in front of Conny's Original Tiroler Wirtshaus, turn left and follow the moderately steep, asphalted side road into the Luegergraben. Surrounded by imposing peaks such as the Großer Beil and Heimjoch and beautiful old farmhouses along the way, time flies by.After a while the side road becomes a gravel forest road and the gradient increases a little. Before it gets exhausting, the Faulbaumgartenalm offers the first break. But it's not too far to the goal, the Steinbergalm. Strictly speaking, you will reach it after another 250 meters of altitude. This original alpine pasture is managed by herdsman Hannes Klingler, who of course also offers his self-made cheeses as a snack. Whether you end the day on the Alm or aim for the Sonnjoch is entirely up to you. To Inneralpbach it goes back on the same route.

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      • May 31, 2021

  2. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    00:59
    8.83 mi
    8.9 mph
    1,825 ft
    1,800 ft
    Andreas🚲😉 and Claudia like this.
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      This tour is all about the Reither Kogel. Due to the manageable length, this tour is also suitable for anyone with little biking experience. The highlights of this round are the great views down into the Inn and Zillertal as well as the opportunity to stop at the Almstüberl Gschwendt.From the parking lot of the Reitherkogelbahn you drive through the village and then gently uphill to the Hubkapelle. Here you branch off to the left onto the Panoramaweg. Now it's time to find rhythm, because it's uphill for 300 meters - beautiful views of the Inn Valley included. After this ascent you have some time to breathe on the Hornboden before you activate your turbo mode or that of your bike for another 200 meters in altitude. Again and again you will find nice places to take a break on this piece.After a gently downhill section you will reach the Kerschbaumer Sattel, which marks the transition to the Zillertal. But you follow the small road eastwards back to the Alpbachtal. At about half of the descent you have the opportunity to stop in the cozy Almstüberl Gschwendt. Typical Austrian dishes are served here, which you can enjoy on the terrace with a great panoramic view of the Inn and Alpbachtal valleys. You now only have a few meters of descent to get back to the starting point.

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      • May 31, 2021

  3. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    02:17
    19.7 mi
    8.6 mph
    2,950 ft
    2,950 ft
    Bo, DidiRe and Claudia like this.
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      The Brandenberg Alps are known for their quiet and scenic corners. There are also many worthwhile destinations here on a mountain bike, one of which is the Gufferthütte. With a good 30 kilometers and an altitude of 900 meters, the tour is quite demanding, but does not make any great technical demands. The tour is particularly worthwhile on hot summer days, as it always offers opportunities for swimming.

      The starting point of this day-long tour is at the traditional Kaiserhaus. The forest road begins right next to the Kaiserhaus, which you follow along the Brandenberger Ache to the Trauersteg. There you cross the river and, protected by the forest, you continue gently uphill through the narrowing valley. After six kilometers you will reach a bridge, on which you will translate and then follow the course of the forest road in the valley of the Bairache. Now it goes through a wonderful alpine cultural landscape towards the goal.
      There is one last steep ascent to overcome and you have reached the destination of the tour. The Gufferthütte is popular with hikers and mountain bikers alike, which is why there is usually a lot going on here. You can also spend a night in the hut and take a closer look at the charming area or hike up one of the nearby mountains. The return to the Kaiserhaus is then back on the same route. If you have enough time, it is worth taking a short exploration tour back to the starting point in the Kaiserklamm, the entrance of which is right next door.

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      • May 31, 2021

  4. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    01:21
    10.8 mi
    8.0 mph
    2,975 ft
    2,975 ft
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      The tour to the Holzalm starts in Brixlegg, at the entrance to the Alpbachtal and leads to the beautifully situated and managed Holzalm. You conquer just over 900 meters in altitude on this beautiful round. If you also want to experience a peak moment, then you can hike further from the Holzalm to the Gratlspitze, which offers a great all-round view.You can also easily reach the starting point of the tour by public transport, because Brixlegg is well connected to the train network. From the village you then follow the road in a south-easterly direction and the climbing starts right away. Past fields and wooded areas you drive uphill on a pleasant incline. If you take it easy and are also on a culinary journey of discovery, then after a good two kilometers you can turn off to the Hecha snack station and enjoy the homemade bacon and the great view of the Inn Valley.The route to the Holzalm then leads you past the Schwarzenberg chapel, after which you turn right onto a gravel road. Then there are two long hairpin bends and you can already see the Alm. At the popular Alm, it's best to find a sunny spot on the terrace and order a schnitzel, for which the Alm is known. Of course, there are also meat-free alternatives. Many hiking routes also lead away from the Alm, such as the tour to the Gratlspitze mentioned at the beginning. Then it's back on the same route.

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      • June 2, 2021

  5. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    01:07
    8.39 mi
    7.5 mph
    2,300 ft
    2,300 ft
    1. Alpbachtal

      The tour to the Thaleralm starts in Alpbach, for many the most beautiful village in Austria. The reason for this lies in the uniform townscape with the many beautiful houses and their wooden facades. You can therefore plan a foray through the town before or after the tour.From the starting point at the cemetery you follow the paved road in a south-easterly direction out of the village. After almost one and a half kilometers, turn right and drive up the road towards Zottahof. You reach the popular snack station after two bends. If you already want to take a break, then you can indulge yourself with all kinds of delicacies here. But it's still a long way to the highest point of the tour.You can then reach the Krinnjoch via a forest road. In the end the path becomes a path. Here you may have to push your bike briefly or you can park it and walk the last few meters to the yoke. From the yoke you have a great view of the Alpbachtal, but also over to the Wildschönau.After enjoying the panorama on the Krinnjoch, it is now down a forest road 500 meters in altitude again. At the beautiful Pechhof you will reach paved terrain again. You now follow this road out of the valley. At the Alpengasthof Rossmoos you have the opportunity to try local delicacies again. The last few meters to Alpbach you can then roll downhill in a very relaxed way.

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      • June 2, 2021

  6. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    00:51
    6.49 mi
    7.6 mph
    1,600 ft
    1,600 ft
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      Dreamy alpine pastures await you on this tour to the Farmkehralm. The tour leads from the Alpbachtal into the Greiter Graben, a side valley of the Alpbachtal. The scenery here is dominated by the Großer Galtenberg, by far the highest mountain in the valley.The starting point of this mountain bike tour is in Inneralpbach. The first few meters are on an asphalt side road - ideal for warming up. At the former Gasthof Leitner, the underground changes and from now on you are on a gravel road. You will soon reach the Greitalm, which is not managed, but where you can watch many animals.Now it goes uphill on a forest road until you reach the Alm at 1760 meters. To reach the Farmkehralm, turn right after you have crossed the Farmkehrbach. The Alm is known for its snacks and the crispy baked Wiener Schnitzel. After the refreshment stop, take the same route back down to Inneralpbach.

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      • May 30, 2021

  7. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    01:36
    15.8 mi
    9.9 mph
    2,700 ft
    2,700 ft
    Roland and Hermann Deixler like this.
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      The Panorama Tour takes you once through the Alpbachtal and has a lot to offer: Many vantage points with great views of the mountains and several options for a nice stop. With 820 meters of altitude on 25 kilometers, there is definitely a bit of up and down. In terms of technical requirements, the tour is not difficult.You start in Reith and briefly follow Alpbacher Straße, but leave it again immediately and start the ascent up to Hygna. On a small side road you drive further into the valley and get great views down to the valley floor again and again. After a short stretch on gravel and a sliding section, you drive back on asphalt to Inneralpbach. At the intersection, follow the street to the left into Luegergraben. Now follows a steeper section and you reach the Wurmhof snack station, which is wonderfully located and invites you to take a break.Strengthened, you now follow the slightly downhill road, which also offers wonderful views, and you reach the town of Alpbach with its beautiful center. After a little extra lap through the village, you will complete a few more meters in altitude and can now look forward to the fact that it is only downhill back to Reith. In Reith you then have several options to toast this beautiful tour

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      • June 2, 2021

  8. Alpbachtal planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    May 28, 2021

    01:40
    11.4 mi
    6.8 mph
    3,350 ft
    3,350 ft
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      The tour to the Bayreuther Hütte is one of the kind where you will appreciate the tail wind from your e-bike, because the ascent is long and in places quite steep. The nice thing about the tour is that after the nine-kilometer ascent, during which you climb a good 1,000 meters in altitude, you will be rewarded with a great hut and the way back is then largely done by gravity.This tour starts in Grünsbach, a district of Münster. If you want to travel to the tour publicly, you can take the regional train to Brixlegg, as you can easily take your bike with you. From Brixlegg it is only a few minutes to the starting point. After the start, the climb quickly takes you up towards the Sonnwendjoch. Over more than 20 hairpin bends, you will go up meter by meter. The view to the south will soon offer you a great panorama of the Kitzbühel Alps and as far as the snow-covered giants on the main ridge.Towards the end you can already see the Bayreuther Hütte. The DAV hut is picturesquely located at the foot of the Vorderen Sonnwendjoch and is open all summer without a day off. Good snacks and homemade pastries are served here. If you still have energy for a hike, then after the break at the hut you can hike up to the Zireiner See (seven kilometers and 300 meters in altitude). The descent on the same route down to Münster promises a nice end to this tour.

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      • June 2, 2021

  9. Alpbachtal planned a hike.

    May 12, 2021

    01:02
    2.22 mi
    2.2 mph
    300 ft
    300 ft
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      On to the Alm! This nearly four-kilometer walk takes you to the rustic Böglalm. At an altitude of 1,220 meters, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains and taste the specialty of the house: Alpbacher Kasspatzl. The starting point for the short tour is the Inneralpbach car park.You hike through the idyllic Alpbachtal and reach the Böglalm after more than one and a half kilometers. From the sun terrace you have a great view over Inneralpbach and the green valley. This is a great place to take a long break. In addition to the famous Kasspatzl, there are also other Tyrolean specialties such as Kaiserschmarrn and Knödels.After your stop at the cozy Alm, you walk the same path back to the starting point of the Tour. This route is also perfectly doable with a pram.

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      • May 12, 2021

  10. Alpbachtal planned a hike.

    May 12, 2021

    01:57
    4.56 mi
    2.3 mph
    250 ft
    275 ft
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      On this pleasant family tour you walk from the village center in Kramsach to the Kramsacher lake plateau. Along the seven-kilometer loop you will enjoy a beautiful panorama, fun for children and a dip to cool off - so don't forget your swimwear!You leave Kramsach and walk straight through the water. The path leads you between the Krummsee and the Buchsee to the shore of the Reintaler See. You walk clockwise around the largest lake of the Kramsacher lakes. The Reintaler See and the Krummsee are among the warmest bathing waters in Tyrol, so reason enough to jump into the water along the way. You will find the best swimming spot at the fish shop. Enjoy the sun in the meadow or settle in and enjoy the sun in the panorama café.After the swimming break, continue along the shore to the Haflingerhof, an adventure farm with a large playground. While the children let off steam and pet the horses, the adults can enjoy the beautiful view over the lake. Before you continue, a homemade farm ice cream will be ready.Finish the loop around the Reintaler See and walk back towards Kramsach. But before you go, maybe there is still time for a last cooling dip?

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      • May 12, 2021

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