Stand up paddle board photographed from above on turquoise water. A man is standing on it and paddling. | © TZA / Sam Oertiker
Our lakes, rivers and cascades

Lake Seebensee & Seeben cascade

A mountain crystal in the heart of the Mieminger Kette - the Seebensee. Glistening turquoise blue, surrounded by mighty mountain peaks and in the middle of the hiking paradise of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arnea, the Seebensee invites all hiking enthusiasts to marvel and the brave to enjoy a cool refreshment in the crystal-clear water.

The Seebenfall is the outflow of the Seebensee, where the water plunges into the valley from a dizzying height. Along the Seebenfall, a via ferrata leads up the rock face directly to the Seebensee. Attention, the Seebensteig is only suitable for experienced climbers!

Heiterwanger See

You will find everything you could wish for on your summer vacation at Lake Heiterwanger See - beach, boat trips, boat hire, fishing, stand-up paddling and of course swimming and bathing in the turquoise water with a fantastic panorama. An absolute vacation paradise with refreshment guaranteed!

Lake Heiterwanger See and Lake Plansee together form the second largest body of water in Tyrol. It is located right at the gateway to the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena in the municipality of the same name, Heiterwang. The Plansee is connected to the Heiterwanger See by a 300-metre-long canal and belongs to the municipality of Reutte.

Altitude: 976m | Area: 137ha | Depth: 60m

Drone image of Lake Heiterwanger See | © TZA / Sam Oetiker
The old bridge at the crossing to Plansee on the turquoise waters of Heiterwanger See. Shortly before the bridge, two people on their stand-up paddle boards.

Häselgehr Cascade

Climbing is the name of the game here. Climbing enthusiasts get their money's worth at the Häselgehr waterfall in both summer and winter. Whether it's a via ferrata under the waterfall, a short round in the climbing garden or ice climbing in winter, there's always something to do here.

A visit to the waterfall is of course also possible without climbing as a walk on a forest path and is definitely worthwhile!

Tyrolean Tripple

Blindsee, Weissensee, Mittersee

At the foot of the Grubigstein , there are three lakes in one spot. The Blindsee, the Weissensee and the Mittersee. They can all be hiked around, but you can only cool off in the largest of the trio, the Blindsee. This can also be easily reached by car (subject to charge) directly or by mountain bike after descending the Blindsee trail. In fact, diving enthusiasts can even enjoy the crystal-clear Blindsee lake, which is an absolute paradise for divers!

Altitude: 1093m | Area: 26ha | Depth: 25m


Panoramic view of lake Blindsee. | © TZA / Sam Oetiker
A small, completely wooded lake, shimmering green and overgrown with reeds, with a small wooden hut in the background.  | © TZA / Sam Oetiker

Rotlechschlucht & Wasserfall 

Another highlight here in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is the Rotlechschlucht gorge, which is just a short walk away. An absolute insider tip!

The Rotlech waterfall can be admired from the viewing platform. The start of the walk is in Rinnen, further down the valley towards Rauth, walking time approx. 20 minutes.

For more demanding hikers, the gorge hike is recommended, starting in the district of Rauth near Rinnen. Walking time approx. 1 hour. Here you hike along a circular route through the Rotlech gorge and to the impressive waterfall.

Loisach & Loisach springs

From Biberwier via Kochelsee to the Isar, the Loisach meanders 113 km through Austria and Germany. The sources of this beautiful river are here in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, more precisely at the Fernpass near Biberwier. A hike here is definitely worthwhile! 



Water adventure trail Zugspitzi

With our "Zugspitzi" water adventure trail, we have created a very special experience especially for younger guests of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. We are currently working on the development and construction of further adventure and escape routes, so stay tuned! :)  

Full overview with our interactive map 

Sport- & Freizeitpark

Im Sport- & Freizeitpark Bichlbach ist auf 6.000 Quadratmetern vielfältiges Familienvergnügen angesagt.


Aktuelle Wetterlage & -vorschau


Alle Ski-, Berg- und Biketouren - ideal zum Planen von Routen
Freshly snow-covered landscape with animal tracks in the snow, blue sky, white mountains and snow-covered fir trees in the background. In the foreground a snow-covered meadow with a few fence posts.


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Sport- & Freizeitpark
Freshly snow-covered landscape with animal tracks in the snow, blue sky, white mountains and snow-covered fir trees in the background. In the foreground a snow-covered meadow with a few fence posts.