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The "Bummelzug Wildschoenau", a slow road train, brings you during the summer daily to the beginning of the "Kundler Klamm", a beautiful gorge in the Tyrolean mountains with a magnificent natural landscape. The walk through the gorge is easy and a...more
Every hour the Bummelzug road trains run between the villages in the valley. As a walker, here for a week, we bought the week's pass for 15Euros [small discount with the area card]. This proved to be a good buy as we used the train...More
The Bummelzug (one road train, think 'dressed-up tractor pulling carriages) connects with the Bummelbahn (the other local road-train) in the village of Muehltal, and it's a pleasant 20 minute ride to the entrance of the gorge, which is well worth exploring. Then you can return...More
It's called a train but really it's a tram without rails. It scarcely goes any faster than you can walk. It's not very comfortable and it's a bumpy ride. But still it's a fun way to get to the absolutely wonderfull Kundler Klamm Gorge and,...More
Takes you from the centre of Mutal to the start of the Kundle Gorge which is lovely to walk through but allow lots time because you will be stopping to take many photos. The ride is bumpy but a good way to get to the...More
We used this way of getting round the valley on our recent visit to Niederau. It is an efficient way of getting around with hourly pick-ups. It is not the most comfortable ride ever and can be rather smelly from the Land Rover exhaust so...More
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There are loads of organised free walks which are good. Highly recommend the electric mountain bike morning on a Wednesday bootable from the tourist office next to the outdoor pool - it was €40 including the bike and was... More
There are loads of organised free walks which are good. Highly recommend the electric mountain bike morning on a Wednesday bootable from the tourist office next to the outdoor pool - it was €40 including the bike and was absolutely fantastic. There is a large outdoor pool a Mike away from the hotel which is free to enter. You can do trips to both Saltzberg and Insbrook either organised or get the bus and train yourself. We went to Saltzberg on an organised trip from the travel agent in the next village which was €34 and a full day. Also trips available to salt miles, waterfalls and the gorge. The village is small and there isn't much to do in the evenings at all, but many daytime options. We used the tourist office for info where they are really helpful and have fantastic English. Hotel is good, food fantastic. No kettle in the room so recommend taking one. We really enjoyed it, but yes, it's a quiet area. We just went to bed early and got up early. Have fun.