01 – Welcome
Discover mountains & lakes in the Zugspitz Arena
Crystal-clear swimming lakes & fabulous mountain lakes
Enjoy refreshing cooling off on hot summer days amidst nature. The sparkling swimming lakes at the foot of the Zugspitz Arena beckon to jump into the cool waters. Dive in and enjoy in the wonderfully clear waters surrounded by the fabulous Tirolean alpine world.
Lake Heiterwanger & Lake Plansee
Only 15 minutes from Hotel Witt you’ll find Lake Heiterwanger. Here you can enjoy plenty of swimming fun and feel the sun rays on your skin while relaxing on the lakeshore. A 300 m long canal links it with Lake Plansee in the neighbouring municipality of Reutte, making both the second-largest body of water in Tirol.
Hidden amidst the forested mountain landscape you can enjoy impressive panoramic views at Lake Blindsee. The lake is popular both with people coming to fish as well as diving enthusiasts exploring the depths of Lake Blindsee.
The small but beautiful mountain lake near Biberwier in an idyllic setting is popular with swimmers in summer. With a pleasant 22 degrees water temperature, jumping into the cool waters is not a big dare.
Lake Seebensee & Lake Drachensee
Lake Seebensee numbers among the most beautiful lakes in Tirol. Nestled among a picturesque mountain backdrop at an altitude of 1,675 m, the turquoise blue natural gem attracts nature-loving hikers and mountain bikers.
A short distance above Lake Seebensee you’ll find crystal-clear Lake Drachensee with a depth of 28 m. At 1,910 m it is the highest located mountain lake in the region and also a very popular daytrip destination. Above the lake lies Coburger Hut, where after a strenuous climb you can reward yourself with some local treats and take in the picturesque view of the impressive Tirolean alpine world.
Diving into the deep blue is a popular hobby at Lake Fernsteinsee in Nassereith. This small mountain lake by Fern Pass is suitable not only for underwater sports, but also for cycling tours. You can set off directly from Hotel Witt by (e-)bike on a scenic route through the Tirolean mountain nature.
04 – DISCOVER
Impressive peaks & majestic mountains
Tirolean Zugspitze – the highest summit of the Zugspitz Arena
With an altitude of 2,962 m, Zugspitze is not only the highest mountain in the region, but also in all of Germany. Here you can enjoy unforgettable views of the surrounding alpine world and, in fine weather, marvel at more than 400 summits from the panoramic platform. Grossglockner – Austria’s highest mountain – as well as Munich’s Olympic Tower can also be spotted from here.
Roter Stein (Red Stone) – Hidden gem in the Lechtal Alps
Roter Stein is considered a hidden gem among hiking fans and mountaineers. At 2,366 m altitude, expansive views of the alpine world can be enjoyed: from the Alpine foothills all the way into the glacier-covered Central Alps, from Wetterstein and Karwendel mountain range across the Allgäuer and Lechtal Alps all the way to the Lechquellen Mountains.
The much-walked climb up to Grubigstein summit is always very rewarding. From here you have fantastic views of Zugspitze Mountain. At 2,233 m altitude you can also take in the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the surrounding Mieminger Mountains. From Grubigstein, not only a look into the distance, but also downhill, is a promising prospect: The northern drops of Gartnerwand mountain with imbricate rock layers outshine many a summit view.
We look forward to welcoming you!