Matrei – Mühlbachl –Pfons –Navis –Steinach – Trins – Gschnitz – St. Jodok – Schmirn – Vals
In Wipptal nature's still intact, crystal clear water, healthy air and a large range of recreation and entertainment guarantee your holiday experience at any time of year. An extensive infrastructure with indoor/outdoor pools, sauna, tennis centre, alpine-adventure park, indoor rockclimbing, and a varied events program guarantee an unforgettable holiday experience.
Only 15 minutes drive from the state capital of Innsbruck, easy access via the Brenner – Autobahn, lies the idyllic villages of the Wipptal.
Countless walking tracks of diverse levels of difficulty, mountain and high alpine tours, as well as rockclimbing, cross-country tracks, toboggan and ski regions invite you to an alpine experience. Enjoy the many recreation and sporting activities in the magnificent surroundings of the Wipptal and its neighbouring valleys.
Plenty of lookout and resting points offer you not only the opportunity to relax, but also to get to know the hearty tirolean cuisine. The varied recreation and sport program offers something for every age group, an ideal holiday destination.
Steinach am Brenner
The Bergeralm ski region is open day and night, being one of the largest night-ski-arenas in Europe. Further ski regions and glaciers are close by. Valley buses are often free for guests in the Wipptal.
Excellent tracks, unchartered heights and breathtaking views, all awaits ski tour enthusiasts. Exhilarating toboggan runs, often lit up at night, provide fun for the whole family.
In summer the adventure walking track is of particular interest.
Magnificent mountainbike tracks follow the Wipptal valley and the surrounding mountain ranges. You can also take the cablecar up to reach the higher mountainbike tracks of Steinach.
Why not make use of the facilities for tennis and minigolf, and the swimming pools with beachvolleyball court. On a visit to the Alfons Graber Museum you can take in the approx. 1000 exhibits of the contemporary artist Alfons Graber, born 1901 in Steinach.