Bild vom Campingplatz


In the middle of the North Tyrolean mountains, only a few kilometres west of Innsbruck , the capital of Tirol and twice host city of the Olympic Winter Games, there is the camping site Tiefental in Pettnau (in the tourist region of “tirolmitte”)

Due to its sunny location and forests, this region is one of the most beautiful recreation areas in North Tirol. The different sites of the Olympic Games and many wonderful hiking areas are within easy reach. You also get to the various beautiful side valleys of the Inn valley easily and quickly (Stubaital, Ötztal, Pitztal, Zillertal…) Whatever you want to explore in Tirol, neighbouring Bavaria or South Tyrol, Camping site Tiefental is — due to its central position — the perfect starting point

Within a distance of 6 kilometres, there are three big out-door swimming pools, so that your desire to swim on hot days will be satisfied. In the small town of Telfs nearby, there are an indoor swimming-pool, a sauna, a solarium, tennis courts, a bowling alley, riding stables, department stores, museums (one on carnival and another for local history with a unique collection of butterflies) — to name but a few attractions.

You should also make a visit to the village of Stams with its Cistercian monastery, one of the most famous monastic buildings in Tirol. In the same village there is also a special high school, where Austria’s future skiing stars can combine their education with a skiing career.
We would also recommend a walk across the 109-metre-long suspension bridge, which crosses the river Inn there. It was built in 1936. There is also a popular hiking path to the Mieminger Plateau and the pilgrimage church of Maria Locherboden, which is — because of its position high above the Inn valley on the edge of a mountain — visible from afar.

There is also a zoo for children in Reith near Seefeld, where they can touch and caress animals. There is a summer tobogganing track in Leutasch. The Mieminger Plateau, also known as the “sunny plateau”, with its fairy-tale-like larch trees offers itself for wonderful and not too strenuous walks and hikes.

If you are looking for adventure, you can go rafting in the canyon near Imst. Those in pursuit of recreation will find a wellness and fitness oasis in the new Aqua Dome with its stunning architecture in Längenfeld in the Ötz Valley, where you can spoil yourself all day long in different thermal pools and saunas, fitness rooms, massages, etc. — whatever you desire, it is there.

A visit to Innsbruck is a must. On a leisurely walk through the city you will come across world famous sights such as the Golden Roof, the Imperial Palace, the Court church, the Museum Ferdinandeum (provincial museum), the town tower, and many more. If you dare to take a slightly wider circle, you will see the two churches in Wilten (the Basilica and the Abbey), the new amazing ski jump designed by the star architect Zaha Hadid or Schloss (Palace) Ambras with Archduke Ferdinand II.’s collection of curiosities (Gallery of Wonders), Europe’s oldest museum.
For children, but also for adults, the Alpenzoo is a special attraction. All animals which have their natural habitat in the Alps can be found in this unique zoo. From Innsbruck a shuttle bus will take you right to the entrance of the zoo. You should spend at least half a day there — it is relaxation as well as excitement.


     


Walks and hikes in unspoilt nature


... make you forget your stress.

Goldenes Dachl
The Golden Roof


Junger Steinbock
Young ibex
in the Alpenzoo Innsbruck

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