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BaTHING LAKE IN Hoch-Imst

What could be nicer on a hot summer day than bravely jumping into cool water? Actually only a leisurely family hike including a speedy downhill ride on the Alpine Coaster and a visit to the small natural bathing lake in Hoch-Imst!

Location

From the car park at the Imster Bergbahnen lifts, you will reach the cosy bathing lake after a walk of only a few minutes. After a family-friendly hike in Hoch-Imst or on a rewarding excursion with children in the Tyrol – relax and unwind and let time fly!

TIP Admission is free of charge!

Der Badesee in Hoch-Imst im Sommer

Family TIP

The natural bathing lake between the valley station and the car park not only scores points for its drinking water quality - all around it, there are numerous opportunities for children to play in the great outdoors. Right next door, Albins Play Park, the Family Park and Alpine Coaster offer even more highlights for your next excursion with the family.

Don'T forget to have a break stop!

Best pack a delicious picnic for your day at the bathing lake in Hoch-Imst. If you get really hungry, you will also find something to eat in the many cosy restaurants and cafes around the valley station. Or you can combine your bathing day with a short hike to the UAlm. Up there, you will not only find a spacious sun terrace, but also a wide selection of Tyrolean delights for every taste!

hiking, swimming, chilling

The family-friendly Hoch-Imst holiday region captivates the young and old with variety and adventures. In the summer, you can refresh in the small natural bathing lake near the valley station after an exciting hike or fun climbing session. Or you dare a speedy downhill ride on the world’s longest alpine roller coaster – a jump into the cool water will certainly crown your family excursion in the Tyrol! And if you fancy a lazy day in the shade of trees: the Hoch-Imst bathing lake is a real insiders’ tip for families and is only a few minutes’ walk from the car park.

  • free admission
  • pure nature
  • drinking water quality

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