SUMMER ACTIVE 2013 - Imst Tourismus

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SUMMER ACTIVE 2013 - Imst Tourismus

SUMMER

ACTIVE 2013

Cordially welcome to the Imst holiday region!

This brochure “Summer active” is dedicated to all guests and all those who are

interested in our beautiful holiday region!

You’ll find here the most important information on attractions, sights,

events and prices.

Opening hours Imst Tourismus offices:

Office in Imst, Johannesplatz 4

Monday 8.00 - 18.00

Tuesday - Friday 9.00 - 18.00

Saturday 10.00 - 13.00

July - August: additionally Saturday 10.00 - 15.00

Office in Tarrenz *, Hauptstraße 14:

Monday - Friday 9.00 - 12.00

Office in Nassereith*, Postplatz 28

Monday and Friday 9.00 - 12.00 + 14.00 - 17.00

Tuesday - Thursday 9.00 - 12.00

July - August: Saturday 9.00 - 12.00 + 15.08. 15.00 – 18.00

Infopoint Trofana Tyrol:

Monday - Friday 8.00 - 20.00

Saturday + Sunday 08.00 - 19.00

Our offices stay closed on Sundays and holidays!

* April/May/June/October//November/December: Reduced opening hours!


GLETSCHERPARK-CARD

Imst: with the Gletscherpark-Card 3, 7 or 10 days unlimited experience of nature:

Discover all the highlights of the area with the "Gletscherpark-Card"

With just one card in your pocket – the Tyrolean holiday regions of Imst, Pitztal and Kaunertal have

crammed an outstanding array of holiday experiences into the "Gletscherpark-Card". The

"Gletscherpark-Card" unlocks a complete world of diverse fun and enjoyment for outgoing spirits at

one of the Tyrol’s most beautiful spots.

Pay once and use everything

The price includes use of the Imst, Hochzeiger, Pitztal Glacier, Rifflsee, Fendels and Kaunertal

Glacier cableway services and the Kaunertal Glacier Road. This is a wonderfully convenient

and above all inexpensive way to discover mountains with fantastic views and premium

hiking routes.

What’s more, you also gain admission to the Haus der Fasnacht in Imst and Nassereith, the

Museum im Ballhaus, the Gurgltal Mining Museum "Knappenwelt", the Starkenberger Beer Myth in

Tarrenz, the "Naturparkhaus" museum, the "Serfauser Lauser" and the use of the Glacier-Road up

to the Kaunertaler Glacier.

And if you add up the costs for each admission to all these great attractions, you’ll find they exceed

the price of the "Gletscherpark-Card" by far.

Lots of discounts

The following facilities also grant a 10% to 20% discount off admissions or services upon

presentation of the "Gletscherpark-Card": the climbing centre in Imst, the Alpine Coaster, the

Imst outdoor swimming bath, AREA 47, the indoor swimming bath “Tschirgantbad” in Nassereith,

Kaunertal mountain guides, Pitztal mountain guides office, Alpin Center Hochzeiger and Horse

Riding in Tösens.

VALID FROM 08.06.-13.10.2013, available at the cable ways

PRICES adults

3 days: € 43,00

7 days: € 63,00

10 days: € 84,00

PRICES children (from 10 yrs.)

3 days: € 21,50

7 days: € 31,00

10 days: € 42,00

TOP-OFFER FOR FAMILIES

Kids under 10 years accompanied by a parent get a bambini free-ticket. Kids from year 2007 and

younger go for free, from year 2006-1998 children’s price.

Adults from 1997

GUEST CARD

With the guest card of the Imst holiday region you can use the city bus and the post buses (VVT) to

and out of the villages Nassereith (including Holzleitensattel and Fernpass),

Tarrenz, Imst, Imsterberg, Mils, Schönwies, Landeck, Karres, Karrösten,

Roppen, Hahntennjoch pass and Elmen FOR FREE!

Timetables available at the Imst Tourismus offices!


IMSTER MOUNTAIN LIFTS

Your family friendly hiking area with two double chair lifts is the starting point

for many kilometres of hiking trails.

Opening hours summer 2013:

Section 1 - UNTERMARKTER ALM

29.03.2013 - 01.04.2013 Friday - Monday

01.05.2013 - 23.06.2013 Thursday - Sunday, 20.05.2013

27.06.2013 - 15.09.2 013 daily

19.09.2013 - 27.10.2013 Thursday - Sunday

09.00 - 17.00

Section 2 - ALPJOCH

13.06.2013 - 23.06.2013 Thursday - Sunday

27.06.2013 - 15.09.2013 daily

19.09.2013 - 06.10.2013 Thursday - Sunday

09.15 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 16.45

Prices summer 2013

Prices Summer 2013

Adults from

year 1992

Youth till year 93,

Sen. from year

1952

Children year

2006-1997

Families:

adults +

children till year

93

Section 1

€ € € €

Ascent 7,50 6,10 4,30 19,40

Ascent + Descent 12,40 9,90 6,40 31,10

Descent 6,20 5,40 3,30 15,70

Section 2

Ascent 12,80 9,90 6,70 32,20

Ascent + Descent 14,60 11,40 7,30 36,60

Descent 6,90 5,90 3,60 17,40

6 days 43,30 33,00 21,60 108,10

group discount: 20 persons - 10% + 1 free ticket for the group leader.

Contact

Imster Bergbahnen

Hoch Imst 19

A-6460 Hoch-Imst

+43 5412 66322

+43 5412 66822

http://www.imster-bergbahnen.at

info@imster-bergbahnen.at


NEW PERSPECTIVES FROM EAGLE'S NEST AND SUNORAMA

"Eagle's nest"

The brand-new "Eagle's nest" of the Imst mountain cable ways allows absolutely new perspectives

from the bird's eye view.

The nest has been completed and the „Eagle's nest“ high above Imst invites you to take

breathtaking views to the Muttekopf nature reserve and beyond. The impressing steel construction

which is located just 200 metres from the mountain station Alpjoch is accessible by a 13 m long

footbridge. The viewing platform is carried by an 8 m high pillar and allows even less experienced

hikers to enjoy fascinating summit views.

“SunOrama”

Visitors of the „SunOrama“ can enjoy fantastic views on Imst and the Gurgltal valley. The

panoramic terrace right next to the mountain station invites hikers and excursionists to rest and

enjoy. Seats to enjoy a snack, comfortable wooden sunbeds at 2,100 m sea level and all that easily

accessible by chairlift.

Opening times such as section 2 of Imst mountain lifts.

Find more information on www.imster-bergbahnen.at

Our tip for a memorable daytrip:

Visit "SunOrama" and "Eagle's nest" - followed by the "3 alpine huts tour" (Muttekopfhütte,

Latschenhütte, Untermarkter Alm) if desired with taking the chairlift from Hoch-Imst to Alpjoch at

2,100 m and descent taking the Alpine Coaster.

Duration: approx. 4 - 6 hours

ALPINE COASTER

the longest alpine roller coaster in the world

Great fun for kids and adrenaline addicts!

“Get ready to rock and roll!” – there’s no better way to describe the Alpine Coaster in Imst. A ride

on the longest alpine roller coaster in the world is a family-friendly attraction that thrills both young

and old.

Opening hours summer 2013

29.03.2013 - 01.04.2013 Friday - Monday

Opening hours: 10.00 - 16.00

01.05.2013 - 23.06.2013 Thursday - Sunday, 20.05.2013

27.06.2013 - 15.09.2013 daily

19.09.2013 - 27.10.2013 Thursday - Sunday

Opening hours: 10.00 - 17.00

Contact

Imster Bergbahnen

Hoch Imst 19

A-6460 Hoch-Imst

+43 5412 66322

+43 5412 65822

http://www.imster-bergbahnen.at

info@alpine-coaster.at


Prices summer 2013

Roller Coaster Adults Children

Children

7-15 years

3-6 years

1 Ride € 6,60 € 4,30 € 4,30

3 Rides € 19,00 € 12,40 € 12,40

10 Rides € 59,30 € 38,90 € 38,90

Roller coaster +

chairlift

Adults Children

3-6 years

Children

7-15 years

1 Ride € 10,90 € 4,30 € 8,70

3 Rides € 30,90 € 12,40 € 24,70

10 Rides € 98,30 € 38,90 € 77,90

group discount from 10 persons: - 10 %

A HIKING PARADISE

SELECTED HIKING TIPS

Hachleschlucht Imst – Hachleschlucht - Hoch-

(gorge)

Imst – Wetterkreuz - Imst

Salvesenschlucht Tarrenz – Hexenlehrpfad –

(gorge)

Hoher Übergang – Tarrenz

Nassereith

Alpine hut Karrer

Alm

Tschirgant

Alpine hut Karröster

Alm

Nassereith village – St.

Wendelin –St. Wendelin grotto

Karres – Karrer Alm –

Tschirgant

2,5 hours panoramic views

3 – 4 hours panoramic platform

good hiking boots

required

2 hours panoramic views

4 hours day tour

Karrösten – alpine path – 1,5 hours geological trail

Karröster Alm

Panoramic trail Mils bei Imst – waterfall –

Starkenbach

4 hours good hiking boots

required

Panoramic trail

Starkenbach

Starkenbach (exit east) 1 hour good hiking boots

required

Geoweg Roppen

geological trail

Roppen – Forchet – Roppen 2 hours info folder available at the

tourist offices

Alpine hut Venetalm Imsterberg – Venetalm 3 hours pretty hike

EDUCATIONAL TRAILS FOR CHILDREN

Mountain nature trail:

There are 9 boards along the trail leading from Untermarkter Alm pasture to Latschenhütte hut and

Muttekopfhütte hut, informing on the alpine habitat.

Get to know everything about nature and mountains! Suggestions for playing, watching and picking

invite you to discover and explore nature and to make hikes more enjoyable for kids. The right

answers to the questions can be found in a brochure available in the three huts and the tourist

offices.

Magic Educational Trail for children:

Along the trail there are 16 information panels in Salvesen gorge in Tarrenz. Starting point next to

Tarrenz parish church. Answer the theme-related questions on legends and animals of the region.

Collect your Magic Trail Pass at our offices and get a small present as a reward!


ALPINE HUTS

Latschenhütte, Hoch-Imst

Fam. Nothdurfter

Phone: +43 664 9859424

Mid-May – end of October :

daily

Closed on Mondays (except

20.02.2013)!

Anhalter Hütte

Ms Kathrein

www.anhalterhuette.at

carmenkathrein@hotmail.com

Phone: +43 664 4618993

mid-June - end of September

2013

14 beds and 75 in dormitory

Untermarkter Alm, Hoch-

Imst

Fam. Frischmann

Phone: +43 664 1625443

open such as Imst cableways;

at the moment under reconstruction,

umbrella bar until

completion

Karrer Alm, Karres

Fam. Riml

Phone: +43 664 6532533

May – October

dormitory for 12 pers., 2

double rooms

Muttekopfhütte, Hoch-

Imst

Fam. Riml

www.muttekopf.at

info@muttekopf.at

Phone: +43 664 1236928

01.06.2013 – 13.10.2013

Beds and dormitory for 50

pers.

Maldonalm

Fam. Posch

Phone : +43 664 4648815

mid-June - mid-September

2013

Maisalm, Roppen

Fam. Pohl

Phone: +43 664 9855181

mid-June - mid-September

dormitory for 15 - 18 pers.

Karröster Alm, Karrösten

Ms Elke Haferkorn

Phone: +43 664 5084472

01.05. - 31.10.2013

Hanauer Hütte

Fam. Kirschner

www.hanauer-huette.de

hanauer.huette@aon.at

Phone: +43 664 2669149

mid-June to beginning of

October 2013

32 beds + 135 in dormitory

Tarrentonalm, Tarrenz

Fam. Tiefenbrunner

Phone: +43 664 6332504

mid-June - mid-September

2013

dormitory for 6 pers.

Imsterberger Venetalm,

Imsterberg

Mr. Josef Wöber

Phone : +43 676 6604199

08.06. - 29.09.2013

15 pers. in dormitory

Muthenaualm

Fam. Auderer

Phone: +43 650 4956339

end of May - mid-October

2013

dormitory for 12 pers.

Free bus to “Hahntennjoch” pass

with the guest card of the Imst holiday region from 22.06. to 29.09.2013

Timetable available at our tourist offices and on www.imst.at!

EAGLE’S HIKE – on the wings of the eagle

The local mountain in Imst, the Muttekopf, serves as a gateway to the

Adlerweg, the largest Tyrolean long-distance hiking route. Whether you opt for the route along the

Scharnitzsattel and Anhalterhütte or prefer to go directly across the Hanauer Hütte, you’ll

eventually come to this extensive hike through the Tyrol. The best way

to start this tour is with an overnight stay at the Muttekopfhütte.

Aside from the Adlerweg, there are also connecting links to the long-distance hiking trails E4,

E5, the Jakobsweg (Way of St. James), the Lechtaler high-altitude trail and the Via Claudia

Augusta.


THE „ROSENGARTEN“ GORGE

Home to one of the Tyrol’s most precious biotopes, the Rosengarten gorge is situated just a

short walk away from the centre of Imst. The Schinderbach winds its way for 1.5 km from

the ‘blue grotto’ through the bedrock of Imst’s low mountain terraces to St. John’s church. In doing

so, it passes down through 200 m of rock. For geologists, it also reflects millions of years

of the earth’s history, but having said that, you don’t have to be a geological expert to marvel

at the beauty of the gorge with its abundance of flowers, wildlife and stones.

Your most intensive experience will doubtless be the wildly romantic narrow ravine and its

wonderful natural phenomena on a guided tour of the geology and plant life at this spot.

Guided hiking tour: on Mondays 14.00-17.30, accompanied by our hiking guide, free for guests of

the region. Reservations at our offices!

MOUNTAIN BIKING & CYCLING

Things are looking up for bikers in the Imst holiday region. And the down hills are not so bad, either

– not only are the routes breathtaking, they’re breathtakingly beautiful into the bargain.

Discover the area with expert guides on half-day or all-day tours which are specially selected

to match the condition of the participants. You can hire out bikes and helmets, and we’ll even

include an invigorating, refreshing drink in the price.

Enjoy biking uphill or down dale – you’ll soon see that riding along the valley trails is equally

charming ... mountain bikes, GPS and e-bikes can be hired from local outlets!

Cycling and mountain biking routes

route name km

1 Innradweg Tiroler Oberland 112,7

5 Radwanderweg Gurgltal 15,3

619 Hachleschlucht (Teilwiesen - Rastbühel - Hoch-Imst) 4,9

620 connection way to the Inntalradweg - direction Landeck 2,3

621 Gurgltal Rundrouten 12,5

622 Auhöbweg (Obermarkter Almweg - Auhöbweg - Teilwiesen) 4

623 Rotanger (Teilwiesen - Rotanger - Tarrenz) 1,5

630 connection way Roppen - Ötztal 2

631 connection way to the Inntalradweg - direction Innsbruck 2,5

12 Imst-Karrösten-Karres-Roppen 7

614 Pitztal Bike 42

615

Obermarkter Alm (Imst parish church - Rastbühel – car park

Obermarkter Alm - Untermarkter Alm) 6

616

Untermarkter Alm (Hoch-Imst - Hoisl' s Angerle - Untermarkter

Alm) 4,6

617

Imster Au - Hoch-Imst - (Imster Au - Recyclinghof - Gunglgrün -

Hoch-Imst) 8

618 Hoisl' s Angerle (Hoisl' s Angerle - Sirapuit – Imst centre) 6

639 Karröster Alm (car park Karrösten - Karröster Alm) 3,8

Falterschein Runde (Schönwies - Falterschein - Zams -

705 Schönwies) 21,3

836 Nassereither Alm (Muthenaualm) 12,3


604 Imsterberger Venetalm 7,6

610 Nassereith - Fernpass 7,5

Lenzenanger (Obtarrenz – tennis court – sports ground –

624 Lenzenanger) 2

627 Haiminger Alm (Gurgltalradweg - Haiminger Alm) 9,6

632 Karrer Alm 6

connection to the bike trail Tirol, Pitztal Bike, Ötztal Trail

Bike-Events:

24.06. -25.06.2013 : Schwalbe Tour Transalp

21.07.2013 : Cycling marathon Tannheimertal

14.09.2013 : Endura Alpen-Traum

29.06.2013 : Cycling day « Hahntennjoch »

ENJOY EASIER PEDALING WITH E-BIKES

"Experience" the sights, the best vantage points and cultural highlights of the Imst holiday region

comfortably with an electric bike.

Rent an E-bike or bike locally!

RENTAL PRICES

half-day € 12,00

1 day € 18,00

trial hour € 4,00

Bike rental and charging stations:

Bike & Run

Meranerstraße 15 (Post office)

6460 Imst

Tel.: +43 5412 63770

info@bike-run.at

Mon - Fri 09.00-18.00, Sat 09.00-12.00

Jump & More

Segway rental station

Hoch-Imst (Imster Bergbahnen)

6460 Imst

Tel. +43 650 5867466

office@jumpandmore.at

Opening hours such as Imster Bergbahnen and on request

Tarrenz tourist office

Hauptstraße 14

A-6464 Tarrenz

Tel.: +43 5412 6910-0

info@imst.at

Mon - Fri 09.00-12.00 (June, September, October reduced opening hours)


Nassereith tourist office

Postplatz 28

A-6465 Nassereith

Tel.: +43 5412 6910-0

info@imst.at

Mon and Fri 09.00 - 12.00 and 14.00 - 17.00

Tue - Thu 09.00 - 12.00

Sat (July and August) 09.00 - 12.00

"Bike Center" Hotel Belmont

Teilwiesen 10

A-6460 Imst

Tel. +43 5412 68944

office@hotel-belmont.at

June - September, daily 08.00 - 19.00 and on request

Alpenhotel Linserhof

Teilwiesen 1

A-6460 Imst

Tel.: +43 5412 66415

hotel@linserhof.info

daily 08.00 - 20.00

Bike rental:

Familienfreund Gästehaus Bauer

Hoch-Imst 18

A-6460 Imst

Tel.: +43 5412 623150

info@familienfreund.at

on request

Charging stations:

Hahntennjoch pass

6460 Imst

Tel.: +43 5412 623150

info@familienfreund.at

Tarrenz tourist office

Hauptstraße 14

A-6464 Tarrenz

Tel.: +43 5412 6910-0

info@imst.at

Mon - Fri 09.00 - 12.00 (June, September, October reduced opening hours)

Nassereith tourist office

Postplatz 28

A-6465 Nassereith

Tel.: +43 5412 6910-0

info@imst.at

Mon and Fri 09.00 - 12.00 and 14.00 - 17.00

Tue - Thu 09.00 - 12.00

Sat (July and August) 09.00 - 12.00


Bike & Run

Meranerstraße 15 (Post office)

6460 Imst Tel.: +43 5412 63770

info@bike-run.at

Mon - Fri 09.00-18.00, Sat 09.00-12.00

FITNESS, RUNNING AND NORDIC WALKING

Fit 2000 – fitness course in Hoch-Imst and in Strad

The way to new vitality starts in the mind and leads straight outdoors – to the 2000 fitness course in

Hoch-Imst and in Strad: a fitness course in the wood whose 10 training stops – all

built of solid wood and arranged in accordance with the latest findings – are spread over the 1000

m circuit. Descriptions and recommendations on the exercise sequences, exercise units

and frequency, etc., show you the right way to train and are also a great incentive. Runs for

runners – the running tracks! To make sure that everything’s running alright, Imst has special Fit

2000 running tracks ... 800 m in Hoch-Imst ... and 400 m in Strad.

Running and Nordic Walking Park:

1 Nuireith-Fittrail 2,2 km

2 Speed-Run 0,8 km

3 Teilwiesen-Run 10,2 km

4 Starkenberglauf 15,2 km

5 Gurgltal-Halbmarathon 21,1 km

6 Sparkassenlauf 8,1 km

7 Berglauf Rosengarten 2,9 km

13 Stadtlauf 5,1 km

8 Tschirgant-Line 11,8 km

9 Wald-Runde 6,5 km

10 Kapellen-Runde 2,0 km

11 Cherres-Runde 5,2 km

12 Innbrücken-Lauf 6,1 km

14 Fernsteinsee Runde 1,8 km

15 Adlerweg 8,5 km

16 Nassereither Dorfrunde 4,4 km

17 Adlerhorststeig 11,2 km

Orienteering course in Hoch-Imst

Orienteering is a sport for body and mind. Folder and map available at our tourist offices!

Running events:

30.06.2013 Marathon Pitztal-Imst (from the glacier to the city)

11.-12.07.2013 Salomon 4 Trails

12.-13.10.2013 ARGE-ALP orienteering event


CLIMBING

A great climbing region

Climbing is a fascinating sport involving a game of balance and the harmony of body and mind –

it’s an up-and-coming sport that really grows on you. Imst is the centre and home of many climbers

who have opened up the rock faces of the region which mean the world to them. And it’s here in

the Imst holiday region that you’ll find numerous climbing ranges offering routes at all levels of

difficulty as well as alpine routes ranging from the revered classic to the absolutely modern: sports

climbing routes, steep climbing trails and, of course, the climbing hall.

www.climbers-paradise.com

IMST CLIMBING CENTRE

> 1.420 m² climbing area indoor, 1.312 m² outdoor (climbing tower, 18 m)

> level 2-11 (longest route 28 m)

> 200 routes to (max. 22 m height)

> 2 boulder areas

> climbing shop, sports café

Contact

Knabl Andy

Am Raun 25

6460 Imst

+43 5412 626522

www.kletterhalle.com

a.knabl@kletterzentrum-imst.at

Opening hours climbing hall:

Monday - Friday 14.00 - 22.00

Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10.00 - 18.00

Special openings in bad weather and on request!

Opening hours "Sonnendeck" (outdoor climbing wall):

Monday - Friday 14.00 - 22.00

Saturday and Sunday 10.00 - 18.00

Prices:

day-tickets:

adults € 8,50

youth (12 - 17 years) € 7,00

kids (6 - 11 years) € 5,00

Rental prices:

Climbing shoes € 2,30 | harness € 1,70 | rope € 3,30 | via ferrata set € 5,50/day| helmet € 3,30 and

further climbing equipment...

BOULDER ROOM TARRENZ

Suitable for beginners and experts, young and old - for a climbing holiday in the Imst holiday region

whether in summer or winter!

Climbing surface approx. 100 m 2 , max. height 4 m

Opening hours:

on request


Tickets:

€ 3,50 Adults

€ 1,50 Kids until 14 years

Contact

Boulderhalle Tarrenz

Hauptstraße 65

A-6464 Tarrenz

+43 680 2186 722

boulder.tarrenz@gmx.at

BOULDER ROOM KARRÖSTEN

Due to its variable walls the level of difficulty can be modified.

Enjoy all year round climbing in Karrösten boulder room.

Climbing surface approx. 30 m 2 , max. height 4,5 m.

Opening hours:

on request

Tickets:

€ 4,00 Adults

€ 2,00 Kids 6 - 18 years

Contact

Boulderhalle Karrösten

+43 680 2199 890

CLIMBING SCHOOLS

inout – climbing school Bettina Schöpf

Climbing with the World- & Europe champion Bettina Schöpf

You want to learn sport climbing? Then you have to visit the new inout

climbing school!

Contact:

Mag. Bettina Schöpf

Phone: +43 676 33 55 74

info@inout.cc, www.inout.cc

K3-Climbing by Angy Eiter & Team

Climbing with the 3-times World Champion Angy Eiter

Beginners, advanced climbers or former climbers receive a wide range of inspiring

climbing courses during the whole year.

Contact:

Angy Eiter & Team

Phone: +43 680 33 38 202

office@k3-climbing.at, www.k3-climbing.at


VIA FERRATA

IMST VIA FERRATA - Maldonkopf (2,632 m)

800 m; 400 m difference in altitude, difficult to very difficult; takes 2.5 hrs. Secured climbing on

rocky faces is one of the most exciting experiences in alpine sports. And the via ferrata in Imst is

considered to be one of the most attractive climbing routes – equipped with foot and climbing aids it

leads you right into a high-alpine climbing adventure.

The start of the via ferrata can be greatly facilitated by taking the Imst cableways to the Alpjoch.

From here, continue up the Drischlsteig to the Muttekopfhütte. If only the first section of the lift is

operating, set off from the Untermarkter Alm towards the Latschenhütte, and from there head past

the Muttekopfhütte to the start. It takes about2 hours to walk.

You can sign up for tours accompanied by a mountain guide at the Imst tourist office.

WATERFALL VIA FERRATA near Muttekopfhütte:

Waterfall fixed rope routes (1,934 m), level of difficulty: B/C; thrilling state-of-the-art fixed rope

routes for families, children and beginners right next to Muttekopfhütte.

LEITE VIA FERRATA

in Nassereith. Sporty, modern and challenging via ferrata in the limestone wall of Tieftal valley.

Best season for this via ferrata from May to October, generally accessible all-year-round.

HANAUER VIA FERRATA

near to Hanauer Hütte. Fantastic via ferratas with long rope bridge and two alternative routes. Hut

on a promontory overlooking the valley.

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

Rafting

So we’re all in the same boat – and that means a lot of fun. Qualified rafting guides will accompany

you along 14 km on the Inn from Imst to Haiming. The tour sets off at a quiet section with plenty of

water before the Inn is squeezed through the Imster/Karrer gorge to wind its way down past pine

forests, meadows and sandy bays. Foaming breakwaters and waves alternate constantly with

quieter sections – this is the premier rafting route in the Alps (from the beginning of May to mid-

October).

Canyoning

... neither river, mountain nor air… and yet a bit of everything: swim, climb, abseil, slide and jump

your way on a voyage of discovery to the lost worlds of wildly romantic gorges (the Rosengarten,

Hachle, Kronburg gorges are just some examples) as well as to yourself. A state qualified

canyoning guide is on hand for you.

Bungee jumping

Strong nerves are what are called for on Europe’s highest pedestrian bridge. Emotions run high

during a bungee jump from Benni Raich Bridge with quite a drop. While the bungee team puts the

TÜV-tested equipment on its protégés, they look way down 94 meters. And then they hear the final

command “jump”! – guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience!

Pitztal Bungy : Tél. +43 650 6365133, info@bungy-pitztal.com, www.bungy-pitztal.com


Tandem paragliding

The same also goes for paragliding – the first step is simple. Because during a tandem flight you

not only lift off like a feather, you also don’t need any previous knowledge. Accompanied by a

licensed flight operator, you can safely soar to new heights.

Airgliders : +43 664 8978691, www.airgliders.at

OUTDOOR OPERATORS

AREA 47

THE outdoor-highlight in Roppen

Europe's biggest adventure playground crowns the outdoor paradise

Imst.

The best the outdoor world has to offer has been combined in one location. At the high-ropes

course of Climbers’ Paradise the brave

can balance and climb at a height of 27m, check out what they can on the large climbing wall or

compete against time on speed routes. An impressive exit is also possible: the brave can jump into

the gigantic pad, swing on the “Megaswing” liana across Ötztal Ache River,

observe the AREA 47 from the 350m-long Flying Fox from a bird’s eye perspective.

It gets really wet when rafting or kayaking on Ötztal Ache River or Inn River or on Canyoning tours

in the wild-romantic gorges of the Ötztal Mountains, which are also a paradise for mountain bikers

and mountaineers.

AREA 47 features traditional Tyrolean lodges and authentic wooden tipis. Even spending the night

there is an experience.

AREA 47

Ötztaler Achstraße 1

6430 Ötztal-Bahnhof,

phone: +43 5266 876 76

e-Mail: info@area47.at, www.area47.at

Lemming Tours

Gunglgrün 71

6460 Imst

phone: +43 5412 62830 or +49 821 343 4640

info@lemming-tours.de, www.lemmingtours.de

SEGWAY TOURS

Fun and action for everyone from 12 years!

Rental station:

Mr. Reinhard Deutschmann, Hoch-Imst, phone: +43 650 5867466

Open such as Imst mountain lifts – booking recommended!


HORSE RIDING

Reitstall Seehof

Strad 1, Tarrenz

Phone: +43 650 3805 618

Lindenhof

Bigerweg, Imst

Phone: +43 676 4020104

Reit- und Isländerhof MANG

Sachsengasse, 6465 Nassereith

Phone: +43 676 84940966

www.pferdehof-mang.at

TENNIS

Glenthof (indoor courts), Imst Phone: +43 5412 63094

Tennis club, Hoch-Imst Phone: +43 664 400 56 78

Tarrenz tennis centre Phone: +43 5412 63549

Teilwiesen tennis court, Imst Phone: +43 5412 68944

Nassereith tennis centre Phone: +43 5265 5132

LEISURE CENTRE GLENTHOF/FUN PARK

• indoor tennis arena and outdoor courts

• squash

• minigolf

• bowling

• children’s games park

• children’s cars park

• trampoline

• children’s train

Phone: +43 5412 63094

IMST SPORTS CENTRE

Picture the fun: the kids are diving into the swimming pool, Mum’s getting a suntan

on her lounger when Dad suddenly turns up at the beach volleyball in the sports centre.

• football pitches

• beach volleyball area

• rollerblade fun park with half-pipe

• light athletics centre

• archery course

• curling course

• indoor climbing hall and outdoor climbing wall

• children’s playground

• Gurgltal circuit for electric model cars (scale 1:10)

Phone +43 5412 62652 or +43 664 60698241


IMST OUTDOOR SWIMMING POOL

heated open-air pool with children’s pool and giant slide (80 m)

fantastic park with spacious sunbathing lawn

beach volleyball area

Opening hours:

01.05. - 08.09.2013 10.00 - 18.00

from mid-June to mid-August 09.00 - 19.00

Contact:

Imster Freibad

Schwimmbadweg 20

A-6460 Imst

Phone: +43 5412 66511

www.sportzentrum.at

TSCHIRGANTBAD NASSEREITH

Indoor pool (suitable for swimmers of all ambitions) and sauna facilities: Finnish sauna, lowtemperature

sauna, steam room, Physiotherm infrared cabin, cold water pool.

Opening hours

Tuesday - Sunday

10.00 - 21.00

Closed on Mondays!

Annual closure from 08.04. to 29.04.2013!

Prices:

Dayticket:

Adults € 5,50

Kids from 6 years € 3,00

kids under 6 years FREE

Contact

Tschirgantbad Nassereith

Fernpassstraße 4c

6465 Nassereith

+43 5265 5333

http://www.tschirgantbad.at

info@tschirgantbad.at

SWIMMING LAKES

Hoch-Imst bathing lake

Water Area - AREA 47


FISHING

Brenjursee in Tarrenz:

from 29.03.2013, 07.30 till dusk

dayticket € 22,00 (available at the lake)

Info: +43 650 5936672

Nassereither See in Nassereith:

from 14.04.2013

Tuesday - Sunday 09.00 - 19.00

evening ticket (from 15.00), children and youth € 10,50 (1kg fish free)

dayticket € 21,00 incl. 2 kg fish, each further kg € 8,50

Info: +43 5265 5212

KNEIPP FACILITIES

FRAUENBRUNNEN „KNEIPP CENTRE“ IN TARRENZ

A wonderful Kneipp centre can be found in Tarrenz, right on the Gurgltal cycling trail

between Imst and Strad: fresh, rejuvenating radon water gushes into the spring reservoir for wells,

fountains, troughs and pools made of impregnated natural wood. The local water has always

enjoyed a reputation for having superior healing powers and providing effective treatment for skin

problems in particular. This is documented both in scientific papers and in reports of successful

therapies, some of which border on the curious. The centre also includes benches, panels with

descriptions of how to use the Kneipp facilities and a drinking water fountain which you can use

whenever you wish. Free!

“RÖMERBADL” KNEIPP CENTRE IN ROPPEN

A sheltered Kneipp centre was built in 1998 on the site of the former Roman baths, which is

situated right on the Inntal cycling trail and the ‘St. James’ route. The unique waters are of mineral

water quality. This facility also features seating under a canopy of wine leaves, a drinking fountains

and panels with descriptions of the Kneipp centre. Free of charge!

INSTALLATION KNEIPP “MÜHLSPRUNG” IN NASSEREITH

in Nassereith, next to Nassereith fire department, with children’s play ground

THE MILSER AU WITH THE „HITTE HATTE“ CENTRE

On a hike through the boggy meadowland of the Milser Au with its fascinating vegetation it’s hard

not to notice a wonderful adjacent spot consisting of carefully arranged walkways, ponds,

playgrounds and stalls for little animals. Named after a local legend, the ‘Hitte-Hatte’ meadowland

centre, which features a children’s zoo, Kneipp centre and games park, never ceases to enthral

both young

and old.

FERNSTEINSEE LAKE IN NASSEREITH

Located in one of Tyrol's most beautiful areas, at the entrance to the Gurgltal Valley, Lake

Fernsteinsee is a popular destination among locals and visitors. With the former Sigmundsburg

hunting lodge looming out of the water, and the romantic atmosphere the lake is just perfect for

spectacular photographs, leisurely walks and a refreshing swim. Pedal boats are available.


THE IMST “CHOO-CHOO BEAR”

Chug, chug, chug, look over there, here it comes, the Choo-Choo Bear. Daily rides on the Choo-

Choo Bear slow train are just as popular with grown-ups as they are with children. The Choo-Choo

Bear travels to the most beautiful destinations in the Gurgltal and will even take you on a tour

through the centre of Imst.

Timetable 2013

Stop 1 st ride 2 nd ride

Hotel Post/Imst 11.00 13.00

Sparkasse/Imst 11.05 13.05

Tourist office/Imst 11.10 13.10

Hotel Stern and Hotel Hirschen/Imst 11.15 13.15

Ahornweg/Imst 11.20 13.20

Brenjursee/Tarrenz 11.30 13.30

Fire Brigade Tarrenz, Biermythos /Tarrenz 11.35 13.35

Hotel Lamm/Tarrenz 11.40 13.40

Knappenwelt car park/Strad 11.50 13.50

Strad 11.55 13.55

Knappenwelt/Tarrenz (arrival) 12.05 14.05

Knappenwelt Tarrenz (departure) 12.20 14.20

Brenjursee/Tarrenz 12.35 14.35

Sports centre/Imst 12.50 14.50

Hotel Post/Imst 13.00 15.00

May, June, September and October: Tuesday - Friday

July and August and May 20: Sunday – Friday

Prices:

Round trip: € 3,00 per person (stop possible)

One ride: € 1,50 per person

Seasonal ticket: € 30,00 per person

Children up to 3 years free!

Rental "Bummelbär"-train:

Possible when train in operation according to timetable above from 7.00 - 10.45 and from 15.30.

For reservations please contact our tourist offices 2 days in advance.

Train with 3 wagons (max. 60 persons) € 110,-

each further hour € 73,-

VIA CLAUDIA AUGUSTA

Originally built as a military supply route, the former ‘Imperial Roman Road’ across

the Alps linked the Roman motherland to the foothills of the Alps. It went on to

become an important and highly influential trading and travel route in the following

centuries. Nowadays it joins up regions, historical periods, people and their cultures,

creating a colourful range of impressions and experiences that can

still be felt today, for example, on a ride along the Via Claudia Augusta cycling route.

The road takes you past an enormous variety of different landscapes from the Danube, the

Lechfeld plain and the gentle slopes of the Bavarian through the wildly romantic Alpine

valleys of the Tyrol, across the Fern Pass and the Reschen Pass, through the apple orchards


and vineyards of South Tyrol (Italy’s Alto Adige) and the Trentino, on past the Val Sugana to the

Adriatic. It features two languages, hundreds of dialects, different cultures of eating and drinking,

historical towns and picturesque villages as well as hundreds of cultural monuments.

www.viaclaudia.org

WAY OF ST. JAMES

In the Imst holiday region, the ‘Jakobsweg’ (way of St. James) runs from Roppen

through Imst to Schönwies before heading to the Arlberg. The Roman bath in Roppen

and the church of St. Vigil in Obsaurs are authentic relics of the original St. Jacob’s

route through the Inntal valley.

www.jakobsweg-tirol.net

CULTURE IN THE IMST HOLIDAY REGION

HAUS DER FASNACHT – Carnival Museum

The carnival house in Imst’s upper town uses contemporary means to covey unique

impressions of the Schemenlaufen (the traditional carnival run for adults) and the Buabefasnacht (a

smaller version of the same for the young lads). Awarded the Tyrolean museum prize in 2003!

Since 2012 the Imst carnival "Schemenlaufen" is inscribed on the Representative List of the

Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity!

Opening hours & Prices

Every Friday from 16.00 – 19.00

Guided tours for groups are available by prior arrangement with the Imst tourist office.

Adults: € 4,-, Youth & Students (from 15): € 2,-, Children (6 - 14): € 1,-

Combi Ticket with Museum im Ballhaus: € 6,-

Haus der Fasnacht

Streleweg 6

6460 Imst

+43 5412 6910

http://www.fasnacht.at

office@fasnacht.at

FASNACHTSHAUS NASSEREITH – Carnival Museum

The Schellerlaufen – the traditional carnival in Nassereith is one of the

colourful carnival processions and parades in the Tyrol.

Opening hours & Prices

Friday 16.00 - 19.00

and by appointment under +43 680 5508806

Adults € 3,-

Children (6 - 14 years) € 1,-

Groups of 10+ people € 2,- per person


Fasnachtshaus Nassereith

Sachsengasse 81a

A-6465 Nassereith

+43 680 5508806

http://www.schellerlaufen.at/

info@fasnacht-nassereith.at

MUSEUM IM BALLHAUS

Opened in 2003, the Museum im Ballhaus illustrates the extremely rich

history of Imst. Works of art and everyday objects (as ‘archaeological finds’)

document the journey through time, starting with the Urnfield civilisation through mining and

the activities of the guilds in the middle ages to the bird trade, as well as Baroque and modern

art in Imst.

Opening hours: Tue, Thu, Fri: 14.00-18.00; Saturday: 09.00-12.00

Tickets: Adults € 3,00, students € 2,00, children up to 12 years free

Guide + €1,00; free for groups of 10+ persons

Combined ticket with Haus der Fasnacht € 6,00

Opening hours

Tue, Thu, Fri: 14.00 - 18.00, Sat: 09.00 - 12.00

Guided tours:

For groups from 10 persons by prior arrangement.

Prices

Adults € 3,-

Students € 2,-

Children up to 12 years free

Guide + €1,-; free for groups of 10+ persons

Combined ticket with Haus der Fasnacht € 6,-

Museum im Ballhaus

Ballgasse 1

6460 Imst

+43 5412 64927

http://www.kultur-imst.at

ballhaus.imst@cni.at

TARRENZ MUSEUM OF LOCAL HISTORY AND GALLERY

The gallery is located in the former cowshed of an old, well-preserved farm house with objects

dating from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

In the winter months the museum also hosts an exhibition of nativity models, in addition to the

permanent exhibition. In the summer various local artists show paintings, sculptures, etc.

Opening hours & prices

On the occasion of exhibitions: Friday 18.00 - 20.00, Sunday 10.00 - 12.00

On request and as part of guided tours through the village of Tarrenz

Tickets: Adults € 1,50

Tarrenzer Heimatmuseum

Schulgasse 18

6464 Tarrenz

+43 5412 62870

http://www.imst.at

info@imst.at


KNAPPENWELT - Gurgltal mining museum Tarrenz

The Gurgltal Mining Museum tells the story of these times.

You will see how the ore was mined and how the miners worked

and lived.

New from 2013: "The healer from Gurgltal valley"

Exhibition of a female body found in the woods next to Tarrenz and dated to the Thirty Years' War

(1618 - 1648) considered being a healer.

Events:

01.05.2013 Opening ceremony

24.08.2013 Wine festival

22.09.2013 Rupertfest

Opening hours

01.05. - 30.06.: Tue - Sun from 10.00 - 18.00

01.07. - 31.08.: daily from 10.00 - 18.00

01.09. - 31.10.: Tue - Sun from 10.00 - 18.00

Prices

Adults € 6,00

Children 5 - 15 years € 3,00

Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) € 12,00 (each additional child € 2,00)

€ 5,00 per person for groups from 15 persons

Combined ticket with "Biermythos" € 12,00

Guided tours included in ticket price (10.30, 12.30, 14.30, 16.30)

Knappenwelt Gurgltal

Tschirgant 1

6464 Tarrenz

+43 5412 63023

http://www.knappenwelt.at

office@knappenwelt.at

STARKENBERGER BEER MYTH

The brewery at Schloss Starkenberg in Tarrenz near Imst in the Tyrol opened its exciting

new tourist section under the very mysterious-sounding name of Biermythos in June 2005.

In recent years the 200 year old brewery has been renovated, with extensive work being

carried out on giving the palatial 700 year old building a well deserved make-over.

Opening hours

01.05. - 31.10.2013: daily 10.00 - 17.00

Guided tours and beer swimming: open all year with prior notification

Prices

Tickets (incl. beer tasting):

Single ticket € 7,-

School children, students € 6,-

Groups of 15+ people € 6,- per person

With guided tour (advance notice) € 8,-

Combined ticket with Knappenwelt € 12,-

Children up to 10 years FREE!


Schloss Starkenberg

Griesegg 1

6464 Tarrenz

+43 5412 66201

+43 5412 66201 25

www.starkenberger.at

biermythos@starkenberger.at

Other museums

Fire department museum in Imst, www.ff-imst.at. Registration at the Imst Tourismus offices.

Phone: +43 5412 6910!

All museums offer guided tours for travel groups from 8 persons.

Registration at the Imst Tourismus offices, Phone: +43 5412 6910!

SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGE

Hermann Gmeiner contributed to a big part of Imst’s past 50 years ago. With a handful of visionary

men and women, he laid the foundation for a global idea in “Sonnberg”, a section of Imst: in 1949

the 1st SOS Children’s village in the world was founded. More than 400 SOS Children’s Villages in

132 countries are leading the brilliant relief organization, true to the original motto, “small steps,

great hope”, into the new millennium. Today, millions of people support the children’s villages,

aided by politicians and businesses and even the oldest rock band in the world, The Rolling

Stones, bowed down and gave its first concert in the Tyrolean mountains in celebration of its 50th

anniversary. Yet what’s more important is that children are given a chance!

www.sos-kinderdorf.at

Ubuntu

Ubuntu is the SOS-Kinderdorf cultural project. www.ubuntu-imst.at

SOS Kinderdorf

Hermann-Gmeiner-Straße

6460 Imst

+43 5412 66234

http://www.sos-kinderdorf.at

info@sos-kinderdorf.at

IMST – A TOWN OF FOUNTAINS

There are more than 40 of them in all, of which 18 historical examples have been lovingly

restored

If the region has something almost in profusion, then it’s water. There are plenty of springs in the

surrounding mountains, and far-sighted local planning has enabled man to make use of the water

they contain as a source of energy or for the supply of drinking water. The springs, of course, have

been here since time immemorial. Although they now serve as embellishments enhancing the

appearance of the towns and villages, they once had an important economic and social function.


Very few houses were connected to a water supply. So people fetched the precious water they

needed for cooking and washing from the nearby spring, or well. This explains why each spring

also had a small basin for washing potatoes, etc. The larger troughs were used to water cows and

cattle. People entitled to use the wells established special ‘spring communities’ and made sure they

were kept clean and in good working order. Of course, the drinking water that gushes out of them

today comes straight from the spring! The tourist board also offers guided walks to the historic

fountains of Imst.

If the region has something almost in profusion, then it’s water. There are

plenty of springs in the surrounding mountains, and far-sighted local planning has enabled

man to make use of the water they contain as a source of energy or for the supply of drinking

water.

www.imst.at


WEEKLY PROGRAMME

* free of charge for guests of the Imst holiday region WITH GUEST CARD

MONDAY:

Panoramic bus tour - a member of our team tells you everything you need to know about Imst

and its neighbouring villages, and has plenty of tips on how you can spend your holiday.

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required:

Price:

10.00–12.00 Imst tourist office till Monday 09.00 4 free*, € 1,-

Rosengarten gorge/Blaue Grotte hike

An introduction to unusual geological and botanical features

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required Price:

14.00–17.30

until Hoch-Imst

14.00-15.30

Imst tourist office till Monday 10.00 2 free*, € 1,-

Fun am See (rafting and water games) – 27.05.-30.09.13

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

15.30-17.00

car park

Hoch-Imst

No. of persons

required

Price:

till Monday 10.00 4 free

TUESDAY:

Guided tour up to the Tschachaun (Hahntennjoch area) – 2.334 m

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required

Price:

09.00-16.00 Imst tourist office till Monday 17.00 2 € 30,00/pers.

Rafting “Fun & Family” – pirates’ tour (from 8 years)

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

from 11.30,

approx. 3 hrs

Lemming-Tours

outdoor-station

No. of

persons

required

Price:

till Monday 15.00 4 € 29,-/child

Guided tour through the village Tarrenz – a member of our team will be showing you all

the sights of Tarrenz ; includes a visit to the local heritage museum.

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required: Price:

10.00–12.00 Tarrenz tourist office till Monday 12.00 2 free*, € 1,-

Schatz handicrafts and weaving mill – in Karrösten, traditional and modern methods used

in the art of genuine Tyrolean weaving, explained impressively and clearly.

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required Price:

10.00–11.00 Weberei Schatz till Monday 17.00 10 free


Music Night with Barbara & Hubert in the restaurant Seebua in Nassereith

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required Price:

From mid-June

table booking:

Seebua Nassereith

20.30

+43 5265 5324

-- free

WEDNESDAY:

Trial lesson on the rock with the World and European champion Bettina Schöpf

No. of

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

persons

required Price:

9.00–12.00

Imst climbing centre,

08.30

till Tuesday 12.00

+43 676 3355749

2

€ 5,-* /pers.

€ 35,- /pers.

Hiking bus to Venet alps and Pitztaler alpine paths

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of

persons

required

Price:

all-day

Imst, Terminal Post

till Tuesday at the Imst

tourist office

2

€ 10,- /pers.

round trip

Trial lesson - Canyoning-tour for the whole family

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

11.30-13.30

Lemming-Tours

outdoor-station

No. of

persons

required

Price:

till Tuesday 15.00 4 € 45,-/pers.

Curling in Nassereith

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

13.00

sports ground,

Tschirgant Bad

No. of

persons

required

-- --

Price:

€ 2,50

(incl.1 drink)

“Fackelwanderung” Guided torch walk through the romantic Gurgltal valley

No. of

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

persons

required

Price:

20.30–22.30 Imst tourist office till Tuesday 18.00 2 free*, € 1,-

Wine walk – with Georg and Alexandra Flür (Flür winery)

No. of

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

persons

required

From 14.30,

approx. Knappenwelt car park till Tuesday 18.00 5

2,5-3 hrs

Price:

From € 15,-/pers.

children until 6

free of charge


THURSDAY:

Mountain tour from Imst up to the Muttekopf – 2.774 m.

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required

9.00–15.00 Imst tourist office till Wednesday 17.00 2

Price:

€ 30,00/pers.

+ lift

E-Bike tour about the Tyrolean honey - incl. e-Bike, guide, honey pancakes, guided tour of the

“Tiroler Imkergenossenschaft” and a present

No. of

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

persons

required Price:

13.00-16.00 13.00 Bike & Run till Wednesday 12.00 4 € 28,50/ per pers.

Nature experience hiking tours

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required

Price:

14.00-17.00 by agreement till Wednesday 18.00 2 free*, € 4,-

Stone painting for Kids (04.07-29.08.13)

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required

Price:

14.00–16.00 Gasthof Sonne/Imst -- -- free*, € 1,-

Rafting tour «Imster Schlucht» (from 12 years on)

No. of

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

persons

required

3-3,5 hours

Lemming Tours,

outdoor-station

till Wednesday 15.00 4

Price:

€ 42,-/pers.

FRIDAY:

Guided tour to the “Karröster Alm”

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required

Price:

09.00-12.00 Imst tourist office till Thursday 12.00 2 € 20,-/per pers.

Fountain sight-seeing tour – visit the historical fountains of Imst on this pleasant walk

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required Price:

16.00–18.00 Imst tourist office till Friday 12.00 2 free*, € 1,-

Guided tour through the village Nassereith

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

16.00-18.00

Nassereith tourist

office

No. of

persons

required

till Thursday 17.00 2

Price:

free* + entrance to

carnival museum

€ 2,00


SATURDAY:

Curling in Nassereith

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

13.00

sports ground,

Tschirgant Bad

No. of persons

required

-- --

Price:

€ 2,50

(incl. 1 drink)

SUNDAY:

Guided tour along the Via Claudia Augusta

- with visit of the “Kneippanlage Frauenbrunnen”

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of persons

required

Price:

09.00-12.00 Imst tourist office Saturday 13.00 2 free*, € 1,-

OTHER THINGS TO DO:

Climbing trial lesson with World and European champion Bettina Schöpf

daily in the highest climbing hall of Austria or on rock possible

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

2 hours Imst climbing hall

Rafting/Canyoning/Mountainbike-tours…

2-3 days before +43

676 3355749

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of

persons

required

4

No. of

persons

required

Price:

€ 25,-/pers.

excl. equipment +

entry

Price:

2-4 hours by agreement -- 4 from € 45,-/ pers.

Segway tours

No. of

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

persons

required Price:

1 hour

rental station

Hoch-Imst

+43 650 587466 3 by agreement

Rafting for children – Captain Hook’s adventure

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of

persons

required

Price:

approx. 3 hrs AREA 47 +43 5266 87676 5 € 29,-/ child

Geocaching with Lemming Tours

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of

persons

required

2 hours by agreement +43 5412 62830 3

Price:

adults € 19,-

child. (-16 yrs.)

€ 10,-


Geology in the Imst holiday region

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of

persons

required

Price:

1,5 – 5 hours by agreement 1 day before 2 free*, € 1,-

Horse-carriage ride

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

No. of

persons

required

1 hour by agreement 1 day before 4

Price:

adults € 11,-

child (3-12) € 6,-

Horse riding

Time

(duration): Meeting place: Registration:

0,5-1 hour Reitstall Seehof

1-2 days before

+43 650 3805618

No. of persons

required

Price:

1 to max.4 € 14,- / € 18,-

EVENTS IN THE IMST HOLIDAY REGION

26.-27.04.2013 Opening AREA 47

01.05.2013 Opening Knappenwelt Gurgltal

8.-18.05.2013 11. Int. TschirgArt Jazzfestival Imst

18.-19.05.2013 Youth Color Climbing Festival – children and students

01.06.2013 GILBERT at AREA 47

08.06.2013 Handicraft market

08.06.2013 BEATS4EDUCATION at AREA 47

09.06.2013 Family festival in Hoch-Imst

15.06.2013 BEYOND GRAVITY at AREA 47

15.06.2013 Muttekopfhütte season opening

24.-25.06.2013 Schwalbe Tour Transalp 2013

29.06.2013 Cycling day Hahntennjoch

29.06.2013 SCHOOL'S OUT FESTIVAL at AREA 47

29.06.2013 European Youth Speed Cup – European Youth Cup Speed

30.06.2013 Glacier Marathon Pitztal-Imst

11.-12.07.2013 SALOMON-4-Trails

12.-13.07.2013 Harley & Blues 2013 at AREA 47

13.07.2013 Tarrenz Village festival

20.07.2013 BEATS4EDUCATION at AREA 47

26.-28.07.2013 European Youth Championship in Lead and Speed

09.-10.08.2013 IFSC Climbing-World Cup lead climbing

10.-18.08.2013 Klangspuren lautstark

17.08.2013 AREA 47 Fight Night


17.08.2013 Rastland Open Air with "Ursprung Buam" in Nassereith

24.08.2013 BEATS4EDUCATION at AREA 47

31.08.2013 10 years Alpine Coaster - 1 year SunOrama

01.09.2013 Frühschoppen at Muttekopfhütte

01.09.2013 Brennbichler Kirchtag

01.09.2013 Coming back of the sheep from the alpine pastures

Nassereith

06.-08.09.2013 Jodel workshop with Sackl Margie at Muttekopfhütte

08.09.2013 Alpine Autumn with coming back of the sheep and cattle

from the alpine pasture in Tarrenz and Imst

14.09.2013 Coming back of the cattle in Roppen

14.09.2013 Endura Alpen-Traum 2013, Cycling event

14.09.-15.09.2013 SAAC Climbing Camp

15.09.2013 Nepalese festival at Muttekopfhütte

22.09.2013 Rupertfest at Knappenwelt

27.-28.09.2013 THE END AREA 47

12.-13.10.2013 ARGE-ALP orienteering event

13.10.2013 Tyrolean Eagle’s Festival

08.11 - 17.11.2013 13th Imst Art Trail

22.11.-23.12.2013 (Advent) Imst nativity trail, christmas market, Advent evenings

30.12.2013 „Musikalischer Ausklang“ at Imst town hall

Preview

09.02.2014 Buabefasnacht Imst (boys‘ carnival)

07.01.2016 Roppener Fasnacht (carnival tradition)

24.01.2016 Schellerlaufen Nassereith (carnival tradition)

31.01.2016 Imster Schemenlaufen (carnival tradition)

29.01.2017 Fasnacht Tarrenz (carnival tradition)

Date: 16.04.2013

Subject to change!


Group travel offers

City Tour in Imst (from 20 persons)

with visit of the «Haus der Fasnacht»

with visit of the «Museum im Ballhaus»

with visit of »Haus der Fasnacht» &

«Museum im Ballhaus»

“Biermythos” –Starkenberger beer myth

Panoramic bus tour in the region (by own bus)

Evening in hut with dinner, music and transfer

(possible for groups min. 45 pers.)

Alpine Coaster (including lift) from 10 persons

Tour «Rosengartenschlucht/Blaue Grotte»

Groups up to 20 persons

Groups up to 40 persons

€ 33,00/group

€ 4,00/pers.

€ 3,00/pers.

€ 6,00/pers.

€ 6,00/groups at least 15 pers.

€ 8,00 with guide

€ 60,00/group

from € 32,00/pers.

€ 9,90/pers.

€ 66,00/group

€ 132,00/group

Train Bummelbär

3 waggons up to 60 persons € 110,00

Each additional hour € 73,00

Walk to an alpine hut (cableways and drink)

€ 25,00/pers.

Imst Tourismus

Johannesplatz 4

A-6460 Imst

Tel: +43 5412 6910 0

Fax: +43 5412 6910 8

Email: info@imst.at

Skype: imst.tourismus

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