The “last untamed river” in the Lechtal Valley is not just any old waterway, but a trusty friend and source of inspiration and spiritual energy: because it is wild and free!
The Lechtal Nature Park Region lies nestled between the Lechtal and Allgäu Alps. Named after the Lech River, which has shaped the natural environment over millennia as it flows towards the Danube. In addition to verdant alpine meadows and crystal-clear mountaint lakes, the alpine landscape is dominated by vast shingle banks and beautiful riverside woods. The Tirolean Lechtal holiday region is an advocate of sustainable and authentic tourism and a year-round destination for nature lovers and those seeking a quieter pace of life. Hikers enjoy taking the Lechweg, a 125-kilometer long long-distance hiking trail through the valley with its 14 villages, including four tiny mountain municipalities. Customs and tradition play an important role in the Tirolean Lech Valley. The region is also characterised by its innovative craftsmanship, design and homemade products.