The nine villages Alpbach, Brandenberg, Breitenbach, Brixlegg, Münster in Tyrol, Kramsach, Kundl, Radfeld and Reith im Alpbachtal and the medieval town of Rattenberg are waiting to show their cultural and scenic treasures in summer and winter and numerous events are planned. Regardless of whether you're looking for a tranquil nature experience or fun as a team, participants here can expect a comprehensive recreational programme that acts as an ideal complement or finishing touch to a unique meeting.
One overnight in the Alpbachtal region is a real bargain! Each holiday maker is entitled to their own "Alpbachtal Card", which includes services and advantages in Summer and Winter.
The annual event program in Alpbachtal region contains many music, culture, gastronomic and sport events. Find out more about upcoming events in the region:
The Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau with its 109 kilometres of groomed pistes and 45 lifts is one of the 10 largest ski areas in the Tyrol, an area where you can still enjoy an authentic Tyrol. Thanks to its diversity of long and wide slopes as well as challenging runs and freeride zones the ski area is attractive to both beginners and experienced winter sports lovers.
Numerous additional services and attractions off-piste such as the "Alpbachtaler Lauser-Sauser" and thrilling toboggan runs ensure that everyone enjoy their stay.
The KlimaWerkstatt Alpbachtal is the joint future project of the 5 municipalities Alpbach, Brixlegg, Kramsach, Münster and Reith i. A. and the Tourism Association with the aim of enabling a livable and climate-friendly future for the region. A central coordinating body takes care of projects for the expansion of renewable energies, environmentally friendly mobility, preservation of natural jewels and adaptation to climate change. The main task is to raise awareness and inform businesses and the public, as well as to support communities on their way to energy autonomy.
The region is part of the Climate and Energy Model Region (KEM) and Climate Change Adaptation Region (KLAR!), which are supported by the Climate and Energy Fund of the Ministry of the Environment.