BE EXHILARATED BY THE BEAUTY OF WINTER SET AMID MOUNTAINS AND VALLEYS.
„Zwoa Brettl, a g’führiger Schnee, juche, des is halt mei höchste Idee“ are the words of a well-known german speaking folk song in praise of skiing as a special winter sport. Pure bliss for many people. However, at the Ladizium, in the Tyrolean Oberland, the snowy season has a lot more to offer.
RENDEZVOUS WITH NATURE COVERED IN A BLANKET OF SNOW
Winter at the Naturparkhaus.
Join the Nature Park guide around the Nature Park House Kaunergrat on the Piller Moor out into the silently snow-covered countryside. Try snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or reading animal tracks and experience winter with all your senses. Situated in a unique position above the Tyrolean Oberland, high up on the Gachenblick ridge, a fascinating multimedia exhibition awaits you: ‘3000m vertical’, an educational and interactive display dedicated to the Kaunergrat Nature Park.
Ice Skating in the tyroler Oberland.
Adults and children alike join hands and glide together, laughing, dancing, performing pirouettes through the winter wonderland. The Lader Schloßweiher, within walking distance of the Ladizium, is open for ice skating in the evenings (dependent on weather conditions). Get active and enjoy the scenery whilst ice skating in the heart of nature on the 6km long, 1km wide Lake Reschen.
Winter hiking at trail wonderland.
Glistening snow crystals, snow-covered forests, heavenly tranquillity in the fresh air - throughout the Tyrolean Oberland, well-maintained and considerately-routed winter hiking trails and skiing tours lead to special places of spiritual energy which are scarcely found elsewhere.
Relax and immerse yourself.
Indoor pools recommended for bathing and relaxing in the region are the family-friendly Quellalpin in Feichten in the Kaunertal Valley with its stunning rooftop sauna (approximately 25 minute journey), the Alpenquell adventure pool in Samnaun (30 minute journey), or the Aqua Dome thermal spa in Längenfeld for well-being of the highest calibre (approximately 50 minute journey).
Culture and Wonderment.
Landeck Castle & exhibition.
In the district capital Landeck, which can be reached in around 25 minutes by car or by bus, take a pleasant stroll along the small shopping street. Then treat yourself to a hot chocolate from the local confectioner and chocolatier before immersing yourself in the culture of the Tyrolean Oberland at Landeck Castle. We recommend a visit to the nativity scene exhibition.
Finstermünz in Winter.
Scarcely anywhere is the history of the Tyrolean Oberland border region more impressively told than here, within the strong walls of the fortress. In autumn and winter the atmosphere along the former route over the Reschen Pass is particularly intense. Ideal for a winter hike incorporating culture.
An interactive museum dedicated to the high alpine Tyrol region, which has received numerous prizes and awards. Nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award in 2007 and 2015. Approximately 1 hour from the Ladizium via Landeck into the Paznauntal Valley and on to Galtür at the valley head.