Cable Cars free of charge
Mountain bikers have long been familiar with the Muttereralm. Families in particular will also get their money's worth: an adventure playground for splashing around on watercourses and giant water wheels will delight the little ones. Around the idyllic panoramic lake there are rest areas and an unbeatable beautiful view of the Inn Valley and Innsbruck. Our tip for the adventurous: ride down the valley on a mountain cart.
The Rangger Köpfl mountain, over 1.900 m high, lies to the west of Innsbruck. With the Oberperfuss cable cars, a large part of the altitude meters can be covered comfortably and without effort. Stage 1 of the lift ends in Stiglreith, where there is also a panoramic restaurant with fantastic views of the mountains and the valley. Stage 2 ends at 1,650 m at the picturesque Sulzstich lake. There are plenty of play opportunities for children.
The direct view of the striking, rugged limestone peaks – called the "North Tyrolean Dolomites" - make the Axamer Lizum a special experience. The spacious sun terrace of the Hoadl-Haus on the plateau near the top station at 2,340 m offers plenty of space to relax, put your feet up and unwind. Tip: from the middle station (cable car stops only uphill), an easy path leads around the enchanting Herzlteich pond.
With a one-hour drive, Kühtai is a bit further away from Innsbruck. But even the drive itself, through the Sellrain Valley along the Melach River, gives a foretaste of the beautiful, natural mountain landscape at the end of the valley. The DreiSeenBahn takes you comfortably up to 2,410 meters. Our tip: in just 20 minutes you can reach the turquoise-blue Finstertal reservoir, surrounded by imposing mountains, from there via the high-altitude panorama trail.