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What is your favorite season?

Spring, summer, autumn and winter. Unfortunately, I can't make up my mind, because every season has its special charm and makes our region so diverse.

What hiking, biking, climbing and swimming is in spring, summer and autumn, is skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. In our wonderful landscape, every season is a good time for me to be outdoors.

 

My holiday tips for sporty guests

I recommend the mountain bike tour / e-bike tour across Klausenberg and Weißenstein to the Straubinger Haus.

Every time I find the view of the mountains (Central Alps, Großvenediger, Großglockner) fascinating. On some days we chain up the bike at Straubinger Haus and make the detour on foot to the summit cross of the Fellhorn.

The way back then goes past Hindenburghütte and Nattersbergalm to Seegatterl. From there, you can either roll back to Reit im Winkl on the bike path or, if the battery is full enough, go for a swim at Lake Weitsee and cycle over the Jochbergalmen back to Reit im Winkl.

On this tour you have several options to refresh your dry tongue or to fill that hole in your stomach.

 

My tips for guests who come to Reit im Winkl for the first time

Behind the church, on a small hill, is our popular barefoot park with various stations, for walking barefoot on small pebbles or on tree bark and of course a lap through the Kneipp basin. In the summer months you can experience a musical treat here every Monday evening, with the evening sounds of the Alphorn Players in front of the fantastic backdrop of the Kaiser Mountains.

If you walk a little further uphill from the Barefoot Park, you walk past a little Chapel, Kriegerkapelle (beautiful view over the town!) towards our via ferrata by the Hausbach waterfall. From the hiking trail opposite you have a great view of the waterfall and the climbers, and if you listen carefully, you can hear the snap of the snap hooks.

Where else do you have that? Access to the via ferrata in the middle of town!