Hiking trails in the Tannheimer Tal, Tyrol Hiking trails in the Tannheimer Tal, Tyrol Hiking trails in the Tannheimer Tal, Tyrol

Family

Holidays with the whole family in the Tannheimer Tal

The family vacation begins already with the journey. The journey across the border from Bavaria to Tyrol is fast, comfortable and vignette-free, and after a few kilometres children and parents arrive relaxed in the high valley. Here, near the Allgäu Alps, stress-free holidays are guaranteed with a wide range of leisure activities for toddlers, teenagers and adults. In the Tannheimer Tal holiday region, parents don't have to worry about boredom among their offspring. The Tanni- Children´s club with special offers for the very young and the youth programme with activities such as climbing courses, Flying Fox or canyoning for the older ones take care of this.

Professionals are at work here when it comes to varied family holidays. Playgrounds and the climbing forest promise fun, games and action for the little guests. Hiking tours  become an exciting discovery tour. Especially the theme trails are suitable for families. The Schmugglersteig from the Wannenjoch to the Iseler, for example, used to be a popular route for secret businesses. Today the hikers can slip into the roles of smugglers or customs officers and solve exciting tasks on the way. And what could be nicer than cooling off after a hiking tour? The ideal place for such a refreshment is the open-air swimming pool Wasserwelt at Haldensee. Young and old water rats, who prefer it quite natural, take a swim trip to the idyllic Vilsalpsee.

The Tannheimer Tal is known as a particularly family-friendly destination. As a member of the "Tiroler Familiennestern", the high valley meets the highest quality standards. This includes numerous certified guest establishments in various price categories, each offering individual facilities and care options - from organic farms to wellness hotels, everything is on offer.

Children look out from a playhouse into the Tannheimer Tal
Children playing in the water at a playground in the Tannheimer Tal