With its varied landscapes such as the Lechtal, the Stubaital and the Sellraintal, the Kitzbühel Alps or the Arlberg, Tyrol presents itself as a particularly attractive destination throughout the seasons. From the fancy destinations of St. Anton and Kitzbühel to the wild and romantic valleys of the Pitztal and Ötztal up to the National Park Großglockner-Großvenediger in the idyllic eastern part of Tyrol: The mountains offer plenty of holiday activities for the whole family.
St. Johann in Tyrol. Surrounded by the Kitzbühel Horn on one side and the striking Kaiser mountains on another side, the picturesque baroque town of St. Johann in Tyrol is situated at an altitude of 670 meters and embedded in breathtaking mountain scenery. Experience the special holiday feeling of the region in the new lti alpenhotel Kaiserfels starting from winter 2014/15!
A holiday in Tyrol is a winter dream for skiers In the summer, juicy green alpine meadows shine and in the winter, skiers and snowboarders leave their tracks on powdered snow. Directly above St. Johann, the 1604 meter-high “Harschbichl” rises up to the sky which is considered to be one of the most beautiful snowy areas for families of the Kitzbühel Alps. Connoisseurs and experts are as welcome as beginners of winter sports. Once a year, the region is host to the largest cross country skiing race in Austria, the “International Tyrolean Koasalauf”, where more than 2000 participants put on their cross country skis.
Holidays in Tyrol, a summer’s tale in the mountains
The Kitzbühel Alps provide ideal conditions for an active family holiday in Tyrol. Diversified summer leisure activities around alpine pastures, lakes, and meadows leave nothing to be desired. At the foot of the Kaisermassiv mountain, cyclists and hikers are always on the right track. Mountain tours around St. Johann in Tyrol are special pleasures for hiking and stopping by for a bite to eat. They lead past the most beautiful alpine pastures, waterfalls, and wildflower meadows to more than 20 quaint alpine snack bars, huts, and guesthouses where guests can enjoy authentic Tyrolean hospitality.
Accessibility St. Johann in Tyrol is accessible by bus, train, and plane. The town is located near the cities of Salzburg (approx. 70 km away), Innsbruck (approx. 90 km away), and Munich (approx. 150 km away) that are also accessible by plane. Guests traveling by train can go to the express train station of St. Johann in Tyrol or to the local railway station of Oberndorf.