The mountain summer in the Pitztal is not only for hiking, but is also perfect for a colourful mixture of summer activities:
The Reithof Pitztal offers children's rides as well as half-day rides and horse-drawn carriage rides.
The Pitztal valley offers you 140 kilometres of marked trails through the almost untouched nature. You can choose between 880 and 2,100 meters above sea level with 1 to 11 kilometres in length. There are maps available on the Nordic Walking routes in the hotel.
Run region Pitztal
The Pitztal trekking region offers over 95 kilometres of marked running trails in a beautiful nature.
The 12 marked tracks vary between 880 and 2,300 meters above sea level with 2 to 17 kilometres in length.
Swimming and Kneippen
Hotel Möderle is located about 1 km from the Pitztal Water World. In the bathing lake along with the large sunbathing lawn, you can enjoy the cool water in the summer temperatures in the Pitztal. The Kneipp facility at the Stillebach takes care of the well-being of your feet. Changing rooms, information board with the Kneipp rules, “Weg-der-Sinne” and a refreshing drinking water fountain complete the offer. Guests can visit the water worlds from about the beginning of June till the end of September.
It is worth seeing the Klockelefall, which falls beautifully from a high cliff.
Tip! In the evening it is illuminated.
In Wenns there is the PitzPark. In addition to the bathing pond, jumping towers and sunbathing lawn, a playground invites you to linger. The leisure park is open from June till September in good weather.
In Jerzens in the Hochzeiger hiking area, there is another attraction, the Zirbenpark, waiting for your little ones. In addition to a Zirbenzapfen slide the Zirben jump, the pine water or the Zirbencarts await you on the adventure trail. The mascots Pitzi and Gratsch are looking forward to a visit.
You can also experience the Pitztal from the bird's eye view. More information here
Rafting, Kayak and Canyoning
You can either go through the Imster Gorge or go wild through the Ötztal Ache. Book your tour from home.
You can practice this art of sport in the Pitztal Valley, in Jerzens or Wenns
Only for real adrenaline junkies. A 94-meter jump from the Benni Raich Bridge.
Fish a trout or char in the Rifflsee or from the Pitze.
You can also play tennis, football, beach volleyball and street soccer in the Pitztal Valley.