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In the alpine village of Ausservillgraten, which is characterized by agriculture, and the adjoining Winkeltal, you can enjoy nature-oriented and relaxing holidays to the fullest. Heinfels-based local poet Franz Josef Kofler once called the Villgrater's most beautiful property the rustic alpine lodges, which, set in fragrant meadows, guarantee relaxation and deceleration high above the valley. These unique arrangements of rustic huts, surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery, are understandably regarded coveted holiday homes. Many of the varied hiking trails lead across lush alpine meadows, passing by these huts.
Among other things, numerous ski tour options in Ausservillgraten facilitate varied winter activities, especially for those who want to escape everyday hassle in their holidays. The ski-tracks with guaranteed snow in Innervillgraten and Ausservillgraten also offer plenty of opportunities. Moreover, Ausservillgraten provides an alpine ski-track through the Winkeltal and the illuminated Tilliachalmweg toboggan run. In the town centre you can enjoy an ice rink. The unique Villgrater mountains can be best explored on a wild-romantic snowshoe hike. Particularly advantageous in Ausservillgraten is the fact that the idyllic village with its valley run and a four-chairlift provides direct access to the ski resort Skizentrum Hochpustertal, where 45 snow-covered kilometres of slopes, coupled with stunning panoramic views, make skiers hearts beat faster.
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In East Tyrol you will find a genuinely extensive range of places to visit and excursion destinations. Whether culture connoisseur, nature lover, hobby historian or adrenaline junkie – everyone is very well catered for here!
Visit the Nationalparkhaus in Matrei to find out about the Hohe Tauern National Park and its flora and fauna. Pay a visit to Bruck Castle if you have an interest in art and history. Or have a go on the "Osttirodler".
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