A pure idyll in a high alpine valley
Holidays in Leutasch
The high Leutasch valley stretches an impressive 16 kilometres through the Alps south of the Zugspitze at an impressive 1,136 metres – open to everything your heart desires. The lush landscape is pristine and completely unique in the Tyrol: hiking trails through deep green forests and lush alpine meadows, extensive (e-)bike trails along the turquoise-blue Leutascher Ache, interspersed with untamed torrents, climbing areas and crystal-clear lakes, flanked by rustic huts and the imposing Wetterstein mountain range. There really is a lot of space to enjoy here. The Hohe Munde looks majestically over the vast mountain world and its precious natural treasures – from the alpine paradise of Gaistal to the spectacular Geisterklamm gorge.
A warm welcome to Leutasch and Tirols Hochplateau!
Leutasch in a nutshell
Did you know...
- ...Leutasch lies at an altitude of 1,136 metres above sea level?
- ...the 16-kilometre-long high valley has only 2,472 inhabitants?
- ...the municipal area consists of 25 hamlets and offers a total of 4,025 comfortable guest beds?
- ...the valley has its own fibre-optic network for lightning-fast internet?
- ...there are two parish churches and a total of 20 small chapels?
- ...the area is still characterised by many small, traditional farms?
- ...nature in Leutasch offers an unbelievable diversity of species?
- ...the lush alpine meadows here bear colourful blossoms right up to the end of June?
- ...in Leutasch's alpine paradise Gaistal you can still admire genuine 'Buckelwiesen' (hummocky meadows) – a typical post-glacial landscape form, which has, however, been levelled in many places for more productive field work.
- ...you can still see the marks of the mighty Ice Age glacier on the Koboldpfad (Goblin Trail) in the Leutascher Geisterklamm (Spirit Gorge)?
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