There are heaps of great destinations in the area surrounding the Riederhof. Go with your four-legged darling, by yourself or as a pair and experience a variety of programmes and exciting destinations within an hour's drive.
The tremendous range of activities includes hiking in summer, cultural and shopping opportunities all year round and skiing in winter. Take a beautiful day or two to indulge yourself with everything Tyrol and the Oberinntal have to offer!
Area 47 provides plenty of fun and action for the whole family in Ötztal. You will experience unprecedented action and adrenalin in this ultimate leisure park in Tyrol.
The Reschensee is an artificial reservoir in the western part of South Tyrol, more specifically in the Graun municipality in Vinschgau. Its waters conceal a church steeple. Numerous varieties of fish roam the waters of the lake, including whitefish, lake trout, perch, pike and rainbow trout – and the lake shore is very popular with those who enjoy hiking, Nordic walking and jogging. Owing to its picturesque location, the Reschensee is a popular destination and a perfect place to relax.
You can experience water, the gold of our millennium, in all its aspects at Zammer Lochputz. From one of the oldest power stations in Tyrol, slopes and tunnels lead you to the natural jewel of the Lötzklamm.
Above the 30 m waterfall is an area of wild natural beauty. There's plenty to discover along the way, from an imposing water fountain to mighty turbines and an impressive multimedia show.
Gloomy? It was once. After painstaking restoration works, the former border and toll station of Altfinstermünz is now a well-kept memorial of times gone by.
FORBIDDING CLIFFS. The journey past Altfinstermünz with the Inn crossing and toll station was once feared by travellers: as their carriages rolled along the old Roman road of the Via Claudia Augusta from Italy, passengers were aware that from now on they would need to take certain safety precautions. They would remain seated while the carriages were fitted with brakes. Passengers who smiled about this soon learned that they had something to fear. From that point on the carriage would jolt its way rapidly downhill, between steep cliff faces where falling rocks and landslides threatened. Even the name failed to evoke any good feelings: The word "Finstermünz" comes from the Indo-European word "mintsja", meaning "towering, threatening cliff".
A visit to the ALPENZOO is a must at any time of year! Most of the animals can be seen in winter; only the marmots, reptiles and amphibians are sleeping away the cold season. Most of the babies in the ALPENZOO are born from April to June. The main birthing season for ibex, chamois and roe deer is May-June.
Please keep in mind that dogs are not permitted in the zoo, as many wild creatures see dogs as dangerous predators and will try to flee. This panicked flight carries a great risk of injury for our animals. We appreciate your understanding!
Schloss Landeck was constructed in the 13th century and has now gained a new lease of life with its inauguration as the Heimat (local history) museum. Take a guided tour through the permanent exhibition “Bleiben oder Gehen” (“Stay or Go”) and learn about the eventful history of the Tyrolean Oberland. The exhibition includes displays on life “in the homeland” and “far away” and offers surprising insights and intense interactions between people and their destinies.