If you visit during the winter months you will find all manner of snow-related activities including skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing, and snowboarding. Night and cross-country skiing is available, and you will find that there are not the long lines that you find at some other ski resorts. During warm weather enjoy hiking, climbing, cycling and rafting.
One of the loveliest waterfalls in the country, Falling Bach, is found here. It is worth the hike to be able to see this beautiful display. Tirol is filled with interesting attractions including historic buildings and museums. The Court Church of Innsbruck was completed in 1587. Another church, the Cathedral of St. James, is a wonderful example of the Baroque style of architecture that was so popular during the 18th century. Another interesting bit of architecture is the Golden Roof. This roof of this building is comprised of gilt copper roof tile and it is quite stunning. There are family-friendly attractions as well. Spend a day at Alpenzoo where you can see animals and learn about what you can do to protect them and their natural habitats. The Alpine Coaster is much like a typical roller coaster except you will be moving down the side of a mountain. This thrilling ride is not for the faint of heart and lasts several minutes.
Cold winters and pleasant summers are what you can expect when you choose Kaunertal/Fendels for your next holiday. During the winter months the average low temperatures are between -7° and 0° C and the average highs are between 4° and 8° C. During the spring, the average low temperatures are between 4° and 8° C and the highs are between 16° and 20° C. During the summer, the average lows are 11° to 13° C and average highs are 24° to 25° C. There are 11 to 19 days with precipitation per month. The most occur during the June and July. Of course, during the winter the precipitation is in the form of snow.
The closest airport to Kaunertal/Fendels is Innsbruck Airport (INN), located 85 km away. There is a railway station in Landeck, just 18 km from Kaunertal/Fendels. If you plan to spend your holiday right in Kaunertal/Fendels then you will not need a car. A car is only necessary if you want to explore some of the surrounding towns.