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The high pressure area named Dorit which brought us this wonderful weather yesterday will persist today. However, weather fronts from the Atlantic are approaching which make the air pressure here drop slightly and bring a few clouds in the course of the day. We will get another beautiful day.


We will remain under the influence of high pressure the next few days.

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Tourist office Gries

Mon - Fri: 9.00am - 12.00 noon
and 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Tourist office Oberperfuss, Unterperfuss, Ranggen

Mon - Fri 8.00am - 12.00noon
Mon 2.30pm - 5.30pm

A world of experience in Kühtai – Sellraintal

Winter in Kühtai – Sellraintal

During the winter months the region is a veritable paradise for winter sports enthusiasts, ski tourers in particular. Well-maintained trails are ideal for leisurely winter hikes, while frozen waterfalls offer the chance to try an out-of-the-ordinary winter sport, namely ice climbing. For those who prefer to spend the day on skis or a snowboard, Kühtai is the ideal destination. Boasting guaranteed snow from December until the beginning of May, it offers unparalleled fun on the slopes. Guests staying in the resort itself can put on their skis right outside their hotel door, while those staying elsewhere can travel on the free skiers’ bus to Kühtai and enjoy its 40 kilometres of slopes covering all levels of difficulty. A fun park, complete with a spectacular halfpipe, provides lots of fun and action. And the area’s numerous mountain huts and taverns ensure that no one goes hungry!

Enjoy a holiday packed with memorable experiences in the villages of the Kühtai – Sellraintal holiday region.

During the summer months majestic mountain backdrops offer an irresistible lure for hikers, nature lovers and sports enthusiasts. Spend your holiday here and you’ll spend it looking at more than twenty 3,000-metre peaks. Visit the three ‘mountaineering villages’ of Gries, St. Sigmund and Sellrain, all of which are ideal starting points for mountain tours. As you hike, you can take in not only the stunning mountain scenery, but also savour rare glimpses of seldom-seen flora and fauna. Watch the eagles as they circle over the summits; listen to the whistling calls of the marmots; marvel at the colourful, blossoming alpine roses growing by the wayside. Thanks to the ‘Höhenleistungszentrum Kühtai’ high-altitude training centre, this is also the perfect place for endurance athletes, who know that training 2,020 metres above sea level offers a clear advantage. The villages of Oberperfuss, Unterperfuss and Ranggen are also well worth visiting. Located at the foot of the Rangger Köpfl – a mountain with breathtaking panoramic views – they exude idyllic rural charm and nurture their Tyrolean customs and traditions. 

The stag rut – a spectacle of nature

Guests who stay in the area during autumn can enjoy a fascinating and memorable experience. Autumn may be a quiet time for humans in the Sellraintal valley – but for the local stag population, the rutting season is a time of drama and excitement. If you've never experienced the rut before, you’ll be astounded by the spectacular noise of the stags roaring to attract hinds. Autumn in the Sellraintal offers visitors a fascinating new wildlife experience.

Health and Peace

Breathe deeply without fear of pollen or house mites. The Kühtai-Sellraintal region is ideal for those suffering from asthma or allergies. Many people spend their holidays here without medication, as the air is clear, fresh and, thanks to the altitude, free from house mites and low in pollen. Take a deep breath and enjoy the peace, or even the tweeting of the birds - a charming interruption to the silence. Hike across the alpine meadows for relaxation and serenity, and allow the strains of everyday life to melt away.

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