Pretty Versatile

The Tannenhof is where we have all dreamed of being at some time. Here is home, the idyllic simplicity. For some, it means a full activity program,  and for others, indulging in idleness. Enchanted forests, the wild rushing Lech river, breathtaking mountain scenery and crystal clear alpine lakes on the most beautiful terrace of the Tyrolean Ausserfern - just about everything is possible!

Quite central for explorers

The Tannenhof is the ideal location to explore some of the finest jewels of the Alpine region: The famous Bavarian royal castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau are just around the corner. Innsbruck, Wattens and Bregenz can be reached within 1.5 to 2 hours; in the Bavarian capital Munich, it will take much longer. And in the city of Salzburg you drive almost 3 hours by car. A cozy home base for explorations in all directions, so to speak ...  

Arrive and enjoy

Through out the whole year there is a lot to do and see around the Tannenhof and vicinity. The  Guests active card offers more activities than the length of a holiday for big and little outdoor enthusiasts, individualists or people who like to experience the adventure in a group. Or just relax  in the midst of all this natural beauty.

HIGH LINE 179

In a breathtaking height of 115m, the rope suspension bridge spans accross the valley and connects the Ehrenberg ruins with the Fort Claudia. On the " longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world in Tibet Style" brave visitors can take the opportunity to test their fear of heights. Come along on the suspension bridge.

THE KING LUDWIG CASTLES

Not far from Reutte is the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle, the "Castle of the fairy tale king" Ludwig II, nested in fantastically beautiful mountain scenery. On the hill opposite the romantic castle, is the Hohenschwangau Castzle, which was commissioned by Ludwig's father.

Knights Tournaments

Every year in late July, thousands of Medieval friends arrive in Reutte to assist in the production of - to be a participant of the "Ehrenberg Medival Times", live on site where the famous battle in anno 1552 is refought around the castle. These knight games offer something for the whole family and are one of the most significant historical events ...

THE “PLANSEE” LAKE

A paradise for sailors and surfers, but also for swimmers and fishermen. The Plansee is the second largest lake in Tyrol and 76.5 m deep at its deepest point. With more than 6 km in length, it nestles between the ridge of Zwiesel and Spießberg. We also recommend a boat excursion.

NATURE PARK REGION

There is hardly any other region with such extensive and varied hiking trails surrounded by glorious natural beauty. A trip to one of the many alpine pastures and shelters is an unforgettable experience. You will be rewarded for your effort with a beautiful view and a delicious snack snack at the shelter.

EHRENBERG RUINS

The ruins were built in 1296. Ehrenberg offers everything you would expect from a medieval castle: fortified walls, high towers and a lot of history. The Gothic castle was home to emperors and kings, princes and tsars. In the castle Ehrenberg you can learn all about the exciting history of the region.

INNSBRUCK

Magnificent monuments and modern architecture, historical art and sporting excellence, openness and traditions: The Tyrolean capital has always been a place of diversity.

MUNICH

Munich is the Bavarian royal capital city, a vibrant center and at the same time a charming historical metropolis . History and modernity, art and culture, pleasure and shopping harmonize together, each in their utmost attractiveness.

ALPENTHERME EHRENBERG

Sports, health, wellness, adventure: Here, young and old have the chance of sporting, of relaxation or to enjoy the sauna. The generously designed bathing area, the indoor and outdoor relaxing areas and a children's playground offer a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains.

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