Crystal-clear mountain lakes, untouched forests, lush green alpine meadows, and a fairytale mountain panorama – this and much more awaits you on your summer holiday in Lechtal
Discover a love of the mountains
Thanks to its wonderful location and picturesque village, Holzgau is rightly considered the hidden pearl of Lechtal.
Holzgau is situated at 1,103 m above sea level and has still preserved its rural character today. Nestled into a varied and mostly still unspoilt alpine landscape, this is the perfect setting for a successful holiday in Lechtal – as well as a contrast to city life and plenty of space for peace and quiet and pure nature for anyone in need of a holiday.
Stay with us at the Posthotel Lechtal and be inspired by the idyllic village, because the many splendidly painted houses give the village its special charm!
Who will dare to cross the highest and longest free accessible pedestrian suspension bridge in Austria?
The crossing over the more than 200 metre long cable suspension bridge promises an exceptional adrenaline rush as it is suspended 110 metres above the wild and romantic Höhenbachtal gorge.
As part of the new “Lechweg”, the Holzgau suspension bridge opens up many new opportunities to explore the magical hiking region around the sunny slopes on the Gföllberg and the sunny plateau on the Schiggenberg combined with the Höhenbachtal and impressive Simms waterfall.
The last wild river landscape in the northern Alpine region.
Immerse yourself in the last wild river landscape in the northern Alpine region and discover the many different aspects of this natural paradise. The Lechtal nature park region – Reutte is nestled between the Lechtal and Allgäu Alps and extends from Lechtal in Tyrol to the Reutten valley area. Numerous cultural, historical and natural beauties invite you to discover them over 62 km from Steeg to Vils.
Lechtal without hiking? No such thing! Hiking without huts and alpine pastures? There's no such thing either!
Whether it’s leisurely long-distance hiking on the Lechweg, high alpine mountaineering on Lechtal’s high-altitude trail or marvelling at angular peaks on the Adlerweg, hikers and passionate sports enthusiasts are sure to find what they are looking for in Lechtal!
Don't forget to take a breather in this indescribable atmosphere with a stop at one of the idyllic and rustic huts that the trails take you past. This is what a dreamlike summer holiday in Lechtal looks like.
Sporty or leisurely, fast or slow, uphill or downhill - the Lechtal Nature Park region is perfect for exploring on two wheels.
Impressive panorama trails, challenging mountain routes and idyllic alpine tours – more than 27 routes along approx. 150 kilometres are waiting to be ridden.
A cycling tour for all the senses awaits you on the Lechradweg. An easy yet varied route awaits you along the crystal-clear white-water river. You can discover quite a few brightly blooming flower and herb meadows along the path and be fascinated by the landscape’s flora and fauna.
Discover the 5 elements according to the Kneipp health teachings along the new “Vitalweg Holzgau”. The elements of water, exercise, nutrition, herbalism and balanced lifestyle management are waiting to be explored over just under 4 kilometres. You can tread water in the natural stream, feel the earth under your feet on the barefoot path, smell and taste along the herb trail, recharge your batteries at the energy spot with panoramic lounger or take a bath in the forest bed among moss and treetops.
Geierwally open-air theatre
In the middle of the wild and romantic Bernhardstal gorge, which winds its way towards the Lechtal capital of Elbigenalp, you will find the Geierwally open-air stage, which is unique in Tyrol. It has been attracting visitors since 1993 as a cultural highlight in the region and offers an idyllic setting for all kinds of events as well as top-class theatre performances.
Lechtal herb witches
The origin of our herb witches comes from a course by the Ländliches Fortbildungsinstitut, where all kinds of interesting facts about herbs and medicinal plants had to be learned. The Lechtaler Kräuterhexen (Lechtal herb witches) association was then created as part of the final project. Since then, the herb witches have been burning to pass on their profound knowledge to all nature lovers in courses, on herb walks through the region and in workshops. Today, a lot is mixed, tried out and passed on in the kitchens of the Lechtaler Kräuterhexen, which is why the products with the Lechtaler Kräuterhexen label attest to high and valuable quality.
The approximately 125 km long Lechweg trail leads through the Lechtal-Reutte nature park region and ends at the Lech waterfall in Füssen.