Leutasch - Decelerated idyll. Sporty legendary.
At 1,136 m above sea level, the charismatic mountain community of Leutasch lies in a sunny high valley surrounded by a captivating mountain backdrop and a unique natural landscape. The alpine high area stretches over 16 km and is divided into 24 hamlets. Leutasch is a traditional community, where customs and village culture are still lived and promises vacations with a wide range of leisure activities. The focus is on nature, sports and relaxation at the highest level.
Vacations in Leutasch enchant not only in winter with a sparkling snowy landscape, but also in summer with blooming, spacious meadows. Leutasch is known as the starting point of the largest cross-country skiing area in Central Europe and offers endless and multiple award-winning cross-country ski trails and a night cross-country skiing route for sporting activities in nature. For winter hiking enthusiasts Leutasch is an Eldorado with prepared hiking routes and rustic huts in a beautiful winter landscape. For a sporty vacation in the snow, the surrounding ski areas provide optimal slope conditions for beginners and experts. Based on a study by Günther Aigner (2014), Leutasch is considered one of the most snow-sure places in Tyrol.
Vacations in Leutasch also offer a wide range of activities for the whole family in summer. The high valley presents itself as a hiker's paradise with wonderful tours through the Tyrolean mountains and offers pure nature during the vacations. From a leisurely alpine hike to a challenging summit march in the Wetterstein mountains, suitable routes through the Leutasch valley are offered for every requirement in different degrees of difficulty. An insider tip for families is the Leutascher Geisterklamm, where ghosts, goblins and water gnomes are said to be at home in the untouched nature of the thundering gorge. For cooling off and relaxation, the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch with a large tube slide, air bubble loungers, waterfall and a spacious sauna area. The Kneipp facility Salzbach in Gaistal has been adapted for children and is an experience in nature for the whole family.
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