Pertisau is located at about 1000 metres above sea level between Lake Achensee and the Karwendel Nature Park. Due to it’s outstanding location, winters here are free from noisy snowmaking systems while still featuring plenty of snow for the active enjoyment of nature.
Physically active, yet completely relaxed
Take a deep breath in the Karwendel Nature Park. During the winter months, no cars are permitted to drive in our Karwendel valleys. Experience the power of wintry silence here!
Take a deep breath of fresh winter air while exploring the snow-covered forest landscapes: this is forest therapy at its most refreshing. It’s even more unforgettable on a clear night beneath the twinkling starry sky.
Lake Achensee and the Karwendel Nature Park have even more to offer: the region is known for its diverse offers for relaxation and activity.
Enjoy sports in the snow
From December to April, there’s ample snow in the Karwendel valleys for active winter sports enthusiasts keen to take advantage of the approx. 200 km of perfect cross-country skiing trails, mountain guides for ski tours or for snowshoeing, cleared paths ideal for winter hiking to rustic Alpine huts or comfortable Alpine inns.
On particularly cold days, experienced ice skaters brave the the frozen lake. Alternatively, there's also a family ice rink at the new Atoll recreational facility in Buchau.
All around Lake Achensee, mountains form a natural fun park. Best of all, the further you head up the mountain, the more exciting the decent while enjoying the thrill of tobogganing, skiing, snowboarding, & paragliding.
The region boasts 3 ski resorts, several toboggan runs and countless activity programmes to ensure plenty of variety during your winter holiday. The reception team at the Hotel Post in Tyrol will be happy to help you best organise your time.
And the sporty fun doesn’t end in the evening! Nights are especially popular with ski tourers who make a nighttime ascent to the Zwölferkopf mountain station. Alternatively, enjoy a short walk through the quiet streets of Pertisau.