Tiroler Oberland holiday rentals are set in the Austrian state of Tyol, to the west of the city of Innsbruck. It’s an area ideal for outdoor activities at any time of year – serving as a winter sport paradise in the colder months, and offering spectacular terrain for hiking and mountain biking in the summertime.
When it comes to winter activities, there’s a tremendous choice close to Tiroler Oberland holiday accommodation. The Kaunertal glacier ski area has an exceptionally long season thanks to its high elevation. You can come to ski here from autumn all the way through to spring or even early-summer. There are 35 kilometres of ski slopes here, served by 10 lifts. Elsewhere, Nauders is also a top destination in the winter months. There are more than 120 kilometres of slopes here, spread across three different ski areas, all accessible with just one ski pass. In Nauders there are also terrain parks, including the Funpark, which provides a fantastic environment for freestyle sports.
During the summer months you’ll encounter a very different landscape around Tiroler Oberland self-catering holiday chalets, but there’s no shortage of things to see and do close by at this time of year. At Ried Prutz Pfunds you’ll be able to explore a landscape of mineral springs, lakes and waterfalls, which offers all kinds of water sports, from canyoning, to swimming and boating. Meanwhile at Nauders you’ll have the opportunity to go mountain biking in an area that comprises three different countries. There are a host of trails here, suiting both experienced thrill-seekers and families on the hunt for a scenic backdrop to a laid-back bike ride.
The city of Innsbruck can be reached via an easy drive from Tiroler Oberland holiday accommodation. It’s a city tucked into a mountain landscape and boasting lots of historic architecture, including numerous churches and castles, such as the magnificent Hofkirche and the Schloss Ambras, which was constructed by Archduke Ferdinand II.
Around Tiroler Oberland holiday rentals you’ll experience a continental climate. This results in cold winters, with the high elevation creating lots of snowfall throughout the winter season. Summers though are usually warm, especially in the valleys, with highs in the mid-20s or more from mid-June to September.
You can get to Tiroler Oberland self-catering accommodation by flying to Innsbruck Airport (INN) from a host UK airports including Manchester (MAN), London Gatwick (LGW), Edinburgh (EDI), Liverpool (LPL), Bristol (BRS), Birmingham (BHX), London-Stansted (STD) and Newcastle (NCL) via Thomson, Thomas Cook, Flybe, EasyJet, British Airways and Austrian Airlines.