Crystal clear lakes, natural bathing places, imposing waterfalls, plus indoor pools – all of this invites you to bathe and swim. In addition to swimming and bathing, lakes can also be experienced with a stand-up paddle or underwater while diving. Whether in the outdoor pools or something more natural in the bathing lakes – there is always a cooling off in summer.
- Blindsee – Below the Fernpass and in the middle of a wooded mountain landscape lies the Blindsee – bathing with an impressive panoramic view
- Mittersee – With a water temperature of up to a pleasant 22 degrees Celsius, people love to swim here, and there is a playground for younger visitors
- Heiterwanger See – Together with the Plansee, it forms the second largest body of water in Tyrol
- Bichlbach natural bathing lake – the special children’s area invites you to splash around and play with a water depth of 40 to 80 centimeters.
- Seebensee – a natural jewel with turquoise blue water in a picturesque location in the middle of the imposing mountains – what more could you want?
- Drachensee – The Drachensee is the highest lake in the region, which is why you can expect frosty water temperatures.
- Igelsee – Depending on the weather and the water level, the Igelsee is visible
Tip: On warm days, a hike to one of our waterfalls is also a nice change.
In addition to the indoor pool at MyTirol, there are also the following bathing options:
- Panoramabad Lermoos
- Bärenbad Berwang
- Ehrwald family pool (indoor pool)
- Indoor swimming pool Hotel Edelweiß (Lermoos)