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06/23/24 - 06/30/24

Simply beautiful – Surprisingly charming

Holidays in Reith

The cosy mountain village of Reith is located at an altitude of 1,130 metres in the south-east of the Region Seefeld, directly on the old Roman road at the foot of the mighty Reither Spitze. The spectacular Karwendelbahn railway connects this idyllic peaceful village with Seefeld, Scharnitz and the provincial capital of Innsbruck in just a few minutes. Around Reith, a panorama trail, a culture trail and a wild bee trail offer an invitation to discover and explore, but there are also wonderful hiking trails into the Karwendel Nature Park with the Reither Spitze and Nördlinger Hütte. The information office and bus stop are located at the village square, as well as the traditional Hueber bakery with travel provisions, baked goods and fresh coffee for every imaginable adventure.

A warm welcome to Reith and Tirols Hochplateau!

Reith in a nutshell

Reith in a nutshell

Did you know...

  • ...the small mountain village of Reith with its hamlet Leithen only has 1,454 inhabitants? (01.01.2022)
  • ...the scenic village lies at the foot of the Reither Spitze at an altitude of 1,130 metres above sea level?
  • ...the municipality has a total of 843 comfortable guest beds? (11.11.2022)
  • ...the Reither municipal area consists of 7 different districts?
  • ...according to ancient legends, the giant Thyrsus once lived in the hamlet of Leithen? The giant's house there is still a reminder of this today.
  • ...the valuable Tyrolean stone oil (Ichthyol) was still extracted in the mountains around Reith until 1964?
  • ...according to an old legend, the black blood of the giant Thyrsus, who was slain by the Innsbruck castle giant Haymon after a fierce quarrel in the Karwendel mountains around 540 AD, still flows from the oil shale today?
  • ...the area around Reith was probably already inhabited in the Bronze Age around 1800 to 750 BC?
  • ...the Reith mountain chapel celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011?

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