Discover Tyrol

Excursion tips and experiences

Experience moments of happiness together. There is nowhere better to do this than in the healthy, invigorating mountain air of Kühtai. Kühtai attracts visitors both in summer and winter with its countless opportunities for excursions and adventures: outdoor action, water fun, historical voyages through time or urban sightseeing.

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Aqua Dome: relax in Tyrol's largest thermal spa

Relaxation is limitless and children's fun knows no bounds here. The Aqua Dome in the Ötz Valley is considered one of the most modern thermal resorts in the Alps and offers everything a wellness heart desires on over 50,000 square metres: 12 indoor and outdoor pools, wonderful lounge oasis, children's world and fitness area.
You can reach the Aqua Dome in Längenfeld by car from Kühtai within 45 minutes.

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Family fun in the Widiversum Hochötz

The Widiversum Hochötz is an adventure land where play and nature harmoniously combine. Seven puzzles have to be solved with courage and brains in search of the stolen magic crystal. Fun for the whole family! You can get from Kühtai to Hochötz in just 30 minutes.

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Outdoor Action im Ötztal

Ein Garant für Spaß und Action ist der Outdoor Freizeitpark Area 47 im Ötztal, nur rund 30 Fahrminuten vom Kühtai entfernt: Neben dem Badesee mit einem spektakulären 
Rutschenpark finden Sie einen Klettergarten, steile Kletterwände, Mega-Swing oder Flying Fox. Außerdem werden Canyoning, Höhlenwanderungen und Raftingtouren angeboten.

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Nature jewel of Lake Piburger in Oetz

A shimmering green pearl in the heart of the mountain landscape. Surrounded by a fairy-tale forest with a picturesque footpath. Lake Piburger is a natural monument and the landmark of Oetz. It is regarded as one of the warmest bathing lakes in Tyrol (up to 24°C). This popular excursion destination is situated approx. half an hour's drive from Kühtai.

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Shimmering Crystal Worlds

The Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens are a dazzling world of fantasy, aesthetics and entertainment. The sparkling crystals of the Swarovski family are known far beyond the country's borders. The owners teamed up with artists from all over the world to create this unique place to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the company. The Crystal Worlds are also a popular excursion destination for families with a colourful, seasonally changing programme of events, a play tower and playground with an idyllic garden to linger in.

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Innsbruck: fancy some sightseeing?

You can stroll through the historic old town in the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck, which is nestled between mountain ranges. The famous Golden Roof or the Alpine Zoo are worth a visit. The Maria-Theresien-Strasse offers a wide range of shopping opportunities. Numerous museums, such as the Tyrolean State Museum, the historic city tower, the Imperial Palace, the Zeughaus Armoury or the impressive Ambras Castle with its beautiful park will captivate culture lovers. The magic of Christmas spreads from mid-November to the end of December with wonderful Christmas markets.

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Unique views high above Innsbruck

Innsbruck opens up fascinating views from above. A ride with the Hungerburgbahn funicular railway to the Nordkette takes you up into high alpine terrain in no time at all. Those who do not want to go quite so high can visit the Bergisel ski-jumping stadium. The Olympic Games were staged here in 1964 and 1976 and it is still considered one of the most important sports venues for international ski jumping competitions. The ski jump was newly designed in 2001 by star architect Zaha Hadid. You can enjoy views sweeping over the city from the viewing platform and the panoramic restaurant.

KidsPark and swimming pool in Oetz

Insider tip for families: one of the largest free adventure playgrounds in Tyrol is just a 30-minute drive from Kühtai. Climbing frames, balancing beams, wobbly trails and suspension ropes put a smile on the faces of children. All play equipment is made of wood and natural materials. Meanwhile, parents can unwind in the neighbouring swimming pool café with good views of the play area. The Oetz adventure pool is right next door.


Umhausen with Ötzi Fun Arena and Ötzi Village

The most modern go-kart track in Austria is approx. one hour's drive from Kühtai in Umhausen. You and your children can zoom around the track in the Ötzi Fun Arena. Traffic light start and timing is all part of the fun and included.

The Ötzi Village can also be found in Umhausen. It is named after the 5000-year-old mummy that was found nearby. The adventure village offers interesting insights into the life, housing and economy of the Neolithic period. A birds of prey park is situated directly beside it. Around 30 creatures from 15 different bird species such as vultures, eagles, kites, falcons and owls live here. Flight shows take place in an arena seating 300 visitors from May to October. You can hike to the largest waterfall in Tyrol, the Stuibenfall, from the birds of prey park and marvel at the thundering water masses.


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