LANS - THE SUNNY HOLIDAY VILLAGE ABOVE INNSBRUCK
ALPINE BATHING IN THE LANSERSEE
The nearby Lansersee offers unforgettable bathing fun. Surrounded by the beautiful mountain panorama of the Patscherkofel, you can enjoy the very highest water quality and a welcome break from the daily routine in this natural Alpine lake. Children can play to their hearts’ content in the children's playground with its shallow pool or on the diving board. Sports enthusiasts can play beach volleyball, badminton, football or Frisbee, and anyone who wants to bare their all in the sun can make use of two nudist areas. All of our guests enjoy free admission with the guest card.
RUNNING & WALKING IN LANS
In Lans, there is always a way to discover something new. The extensive network of beautiful walking trails and old pilgrimage routes make it hard to resist going for a relaxed stroll or even a longer jog. If you would like to go a bit further, you are well advised to use our range of guided hikes. You will find further information at reception.
HIKING & MOUNTAIN CLIMBING
Around the Landgasthof WALZL, mountains full of adventure await you. Depending on your personal condition, you can choose between various hikes and mountain tours, for which we will be happy to arrange the appropriate equipment (e.g. hiking poles). Thanks to the cooperation between the tourist office and the Alpine school, guided tours and a number of other highlights are also on the menu such as, for example, a lamp-lit night walk or a sunrise hike to a mountain peak. You can find out more at reception.
CYCLING & MOUNTAIN BIKING
If you would like to explore the area by bike or go mountain biking off-road, then you should make use of an offer that will set your pulses racing. Just in the immediate vicinity, there is a network of paths of over 100 km in length. Many more tours await you as soon as you descend into the Inn Valley. Racing bike fans have the old Roman road in Lans at their disposal and can follow in the footsteps of the Romans to rediscover the legendary road that heads to the Brenner Pass.