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Crystal clear lakes of drinking water quality

Glasklare Seen in der Naturparkregion Reutte TirolWater – pure and clear

 

The Lech, which used to be known as the “wildest water in the Tyrol”, is the oldest ‘inhabitant' of our charming high-lying valley. We should make the river an honorary citizen.

 

Tamed and harnessed, but still crystal clear and full of nature’s force, its fresh clean mountain water flows through the valley.

 

The Reutte Nature Park Region has five crystal-clear lakes, which tempt you to go swimming, sailing, surfing, diving and fishing or take a boat trip.

 

Schiffahrt am Plansee und Heiterwanger See in der Naturparkregion Reutte Tirol

Pure water fun! 5 lakes of drinking water quality

 

  • Plansee and Heiterwang lakes

    With a length of 6 km, the Plansee is Tyrol’s second largest lake, measuring 76.5 metres at its deepest point.

    With grade 1 quality water, it is also one of the cleanest lakes in Tyrol. It is a paradise for sailors, divers, snorkelers, swimmers and anglers.

    An alternative way of exploring the lake is by taking a boat trip.


    Glasklare Seen in der Naturparkregion Reutte TirolAt the very end, the Plansee merges into lake Heiterwang, which lies at an altitude of 1,000 m. The path that leads around the lake is particularly popular with hikers and joggers.



  • Lake Urisee is idyllically located and excellent for bathing. From June to September, the water in the lake reaches temperatures of up to 23°C and the water quality is excellent.




  • Alatsee in der Naturparkregion Reutte TirolLake Frauensee is romantically situated and is an excellent starting point for numerous hikes.



  • A number of impressive hiking trails lead around Lake Alatsee at an altitude of 842 metres. The thriving population of flora and fauna will enthral all nature lovers.