Experience pure winter fun away from the ski slopes – enjoy nature experiences and time out from everyday life.
Feel the crunching snow and explore the fairytale winter landscape with us at the Posthotel Lechtal. Go exploring in snowshoes through the deep snow, whizz down into the valley on a toboggan or diligently collect kilometres on the cross-country ski trails that are freshly prepared every day.
There is always something to do with the many activities on offer during your winter holiday in Lechtal.
Snow-covered Lechtal invites you on wonderful winter hikes through a magical white winter wonderland.
The whole valley glistens in the sunshine and time appears to stand still for a moment.
The impressive winter hikes around the last wild one, the Lech, enjoy the best conditions. Far away from the hustle and bustle of ski tourism, you have the opportunity here to hike around 132 kilometres on 34 winter routes and enjoy the wonderful silence of winter during your holiday in the Lechtal
Would you like a little change from skiing? Then go ahead and get up on the toboggans!
In the nature park region you will find 6 toboggan runs, which you can use both during the day and partly at night. Most of the runs are suitable for the whole family, which means absolute tobogganing fun for young and old!
Experience white nature on snowy routes through the forests and vast panoramic slopes.
Amidst striking mountain scenery, you pass idyllic little villages - this is exactly what characterises the cross-country skiing paradise of the Tyrolean Lechtal Nature Park Region!
The snow-covered forests along the Lechauen, snow-white meadows and sunny plains make cross-country skiers' hearts beat faster. Glide along 190 kilometres of cross-country tracks through the winter landscapes and experience their magic. The main track - the Lechtalloipe - connects all thirteen communities in the region, so nothing stands in the way of a sightseeing tour on cross-country skis!
All information about cross-country skiing in Lechtal, winter hiking, snowshoeing and tobogganing can be found on the interactive winter map.