Lakes in Tyrol

Pure water means relaxation. Swim in one of the crystal-clear Tyrolean lakes and strengthen yourself for your everyday life.

The Fernsteinsee is a mountain lake in Tyrol, at 934 m above sea level. It is in the Fernpass region and can be reached by car. The Fernsteinsee is privately owned, but can be visited freely. +read

The Blindsee is hidden directly on the busy Fernpassstraße road, but you cannot see the road from the lake. It's a cold lake, but in the summer you can easily swim for a few minutes. +read

The Achensee is also called the Tyrolean Caribbean. Officially, its water has almost drinking water quality, although it is a very popular sports and bathing lake. +read

The Pillersee impresses with numerous narrow, crystal-clear tributaries that meander through the flat valley and flow into the lake. It is one of the colder lakes in Tyrol, the water is around 17°C even in summer. +read

The Piburger See lies lonely and relaxed in the middle of an impressive mountain landscape in the Ötztal. It is also one of the warmer bathing lakes in Tyrol (which does not mean that it is warm). +read

The Hintersteiner See is one of the warmer bathing lakes in Tyrol. Swimming is only permitted directly at the bathing establishment. On sunny summer days there are often longer waiting times at the lake car park, which is subject to a fee. +read

The Obernberger See is almost at the Brenner Pass at 1590 m altitude. Even in summer it is a very cold lake and only a few dare to jump into the water. However, it is one of the most beautiful lakes in Tyrol. +read

The Berglsteiner See is a lonely natural bathing lake in the Tyrolean lowlands. The lake is only up to two meters deep and so it warms up to over 20 degrees Celsius in summer. It cannot be reached by car, it is about a 40-minute walk from the parking lot to the lake. +read

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