Lake Reintal, a summer dream

Ziehen die heißen Sommertage ins Tiroler Unterinntal ein, bevölkern sich die Naturbadeseen in Kramsach. Auf der Suche nach Abkühlung beleben Wasserratten und Sonnenhungrige die Seeufer. Die liebliche Naturlandschaft und das warme Wasser des Natursees locken die Schwimmer an, die sich an den Liegewiesen rund um den See verteilen. Schwäne beobachten die Badenden aufmerksam, Libellen tauchen plötzlich aus dem Schilf auf. Am Reintalersee steht die Zeit still und vergeht doch viel zu schnell.

Information:

Please note the parking charge and the preservation charge for bathing. 

Walking around the Lake Reintal

The surroundings of Lake Reintal are exceptionally beautiful.

A well maintained walking path leads around the lake, across the meadows and through dense mixed forests.  Restaurants and a children´s playground are awaiting you. 

Walking time about 1 hour.

Climbing routes at Lake Reintal

The climbing routes of Lake Reintal treat climbers to fascinationg adventures. 

Route 1 with a degree of difficulty "C/D" and route 2 the sports climbing variant with a degree of difficulty "E" are  a challenge even for experienced climbers.

Degree of difficulty:
Route 1: C/D
Route 2, the sports climbing variant: E

Start: at the east of the "Kramsach Halbinsel“ car park bus stop.
Descent: follow the Bärengrube hiking path to Lake Reintal. 
Climbing routes: 1 - 1,5 hours

Fishing at Lake Reintal

Anglers value the variety of the fish population at Lake Reintal.
Carp, pike, catfish, bass, pikeperch, eel, bream and other whiting’s are living in the water.

Day tickets or night tickets are awailable in the Fischerstube restaurant at Lake Reintal.

Learn more about fishing at Lake Reintal.