Gems & Power Places - Silberregion Karwendel

Gems & Power Places

Recreation oases in the silver region Karwendel

Powerful places

The Silver Region Karwendel has special places that stand for the originality and peculiarity of our region and are worth discovering. Get on your way and enjoy the unforgettable impressions.

Wanderliege Vomp

Wanderliege Vomp

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Wanderleige Loassattel

Wanderleige Loassattel

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Wolfsklamm Gorge

Wolfsklamm Gorge

Currently Closed Open!

WeekdayOpening hour
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su09:00 - 16:00

  • Place: Stans

Wild and romantic, rocky mountains, thundering waterfalls, emerald green waters and a magnificent panorama with healthy mountain air leave lasting impressions on those hiking through the Wolfsklamm Gorge.

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Freundsberg Castle

Freundsberg Castle

Currently Closed Open! Open! Open!

WeekdayOpening hour
Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa11:30 - 22:00
Su10:00 - 18:00

  • Place: Schwaz

Visible from afar, Burg Freundsberg Castle sits enthroned on a hill high over the City of Schwaz.

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Alp village Eng Alm

Alp village Eng Alm

Currently Closed Open!

  • Place: Hinterriss

Family-friendly
Nearby hiking trail
Pets permitted

The Engalm has been farmed for about 1000 years and the milk of the cows is processed into cheese.

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St. Georgenberg Monastery

St. Georgenberg Monastery

Currently Closed Open!

WeekdayOpening hour
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su09:00 - 16:00

  • Place: Stans

A special place of pilgrimage in the Karwendel Silver Region is St. Georgenberg in Stallental.

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Tratzberg Castle

Tratzberg Castle

Currently Closed Open!

WeekdayOpening hour
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su10:00 - 16:00
From 01.07.2020 until 31.08.2020
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su10:00 - 17:00
From 01.09.2020 until 08.11.2020
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su10:00 - 16:00

  • Place: Jenbach

This mighty, yet magical castle sits enthroned on a rocky ridge on the slopes of the Karwendel between Jenbach and Schwaz: The magnificent Renaissance Castle of Tratzberg.

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Kellerjochhütte

Kellerjochhütte

Currently Closed Open!

  • Place: Schwaz

Cordial, heavenly, close and down-to-earth - the free view up there makes and keeps us open and attentive.

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Knippingpark Buch - Naturspielplatz

Knippingpark Buch - Naturspielplatz

  • Place: Buch

Protected by a dense canopy, the playground is a great place to discover new things outdoors, even in light rainfall.

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Fiecht Abbey

Fiecht Abbey

  • Place: Vomp

The monastery with its magnificent baroque collegiate church is one of the outstanding cultural sites of the Lower Inn Valley.

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Maria Larch Chapel and Pilgrimage Place

Maria Larch Chapel and Pilgrimage Place

  • Place: Terfens

In 1678, the pilgrimage chapel Maria Larch (Our Lady of Larch) was founded for a sitting earthen figurine of Mother Mary. The figurine was attached to a larch tree before, hence the name.

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Parish Church Mary Ascension Schwaz

Parish Church Mary Ascension Schwaz

  • Place: Schwaz

The parish church of Maria Himmelfahrt is the largest and most important Gothic sacral building in Tyrol. The mighty church is a monument of exceptional artistic quality and an important cultural and social history document from the transition from the Middle Ages to modern times.

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Schwazer Silberwald

Schwazer Silberwald

  • Place: Schwaz

The "Silver Forest" of Schwaz.

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Pill Waterfall

Pill Waterfall

  • Place: Pill

Natural beauty, peace and seclusion are the companions of the one-hour hike to the Piller Waterfall.

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Franziskanerkloster

Franziskanerkloster

Currently Closed Open!

WeekdayOpening hour
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa09:30 - 11:30

  • Place: Schwaz

The Franciscan monastery in Schwaz was founded in 1507 by Emperor Maximilian I. Built by Christof Reichartinger in the style of the "Bettelordenskirchen", the church of the monastery is one of the most beautiful and largest Gothic churches in Tyrol. The choir windows are decorated with colourful stained glass. They are a work of the black artist Prof. Fred Hochschwarzer and depict scenes from the life of St. Francis.

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