Holidays Imst

Hiking paradise and bike eldorado

Home to one of the Tyrol’s most precious biotopes, the Rosengarten gorge is situated just a short walk away from the centre of Imst. The Schinderbach winds its way for 1.5 km from the ‘blue grotto’ through the bedrock of Imst’s low mountain terraces to St. John’s church. In doing so, it passes down through 200 m of rock. For geologists, it also reflects millions of years of the earth’s history, but having said that, you don’t have to be a geological expert to marvel at the beauty of the gorge with its abundance of flowers, wildlife and stones. Your most intensive experience will doubtless be the wildly romantic narrow ravine and its wonderful natural phenomena on a guided tour of the geology and plant life at this spot.

The historic small town of Imst modestly reveals its cultural, sports and scenic charm in the Tyrolean Oberland, at a “place in the sun”, and at the foot of striking mountain ranges. For centuries it acted a social centre and link for outlying regions and cultures. Today, this home to 10,00 inhabitants is a holiday destination offering an easy-going atmosphere, vibrant traditions and a wide array of leisure and recreational activities. What’s more, it’s an ideal starting point for outings, trips and excursions to the holiday region with the same name.
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1 Lake in Imst

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Information on the region

Winter fun for the whole familiy

Welcome to Imst!

The town of Imst and its lovely surroundings are ideal for those who wish to spend first-rate winter holidays away from the crowds.

The area offers a number of ski areas, ranging from family-friendly Hoch-Imst (with the highly popular Alpine Coaster) just in front of your hotel to the more famous resorts in neighboring valleys.

If you are fed up with the impersonal service in big resorts, charming Imst offers the perfect combination of comfortable places to stay and top skiing in Europe's prime winter sports region.

A wintry paradise begins right on your doorstep: And there are many ways for you to observe the natural surroundings – on ski tours, for example, or on snowshoe hikes and tobogganing excursions. Naturally, the experience would not be complete without the mugs of steaming mulled wine served up in rustic alpine huts.

The Hoch-Imst skiing area extends a particularly warm welcome to families: In addition to teaching the right skiing technique, the free kids’ ski weeks make learning to ski great fun for children.

More detailed information provided by the Tourist Board

Holidays in Imst The historic small town of Imst modestly reveals its cultural, sports and scenic charm in the Tyrolean Oberland, at a “place in the sun”, and at the foot of striking mountain ranges. For centuries it acted a social centre and link for outlying regions and cultures. Today, this home to 10,00 inhabitants is a holiday destination offering an easy-going atmosphere, vibrant traditions and a wide array of leisure and recreational activities. What’s more, it’s an ideal starting point for outings, trips and excursions to the holiday region with the same name.

Glacier Park Card

3 days in 4, 5 days in 7 or 10 days in 12 - maximum flexibility for an unforgettable close-to-nature experience. The Glacier Park is a place of untouched ruggedness and unspoilt authenticity. A place where nature and culture go hand in hand. The Glacier Park offers unparalleled imensions of width, depth and height. Every path, every trail, every trip is memorable journey of discovery into a different world.
Welcome to Imst! The town of Imst and its lovely surroundings are ideal for those who wish to spend first-rate winter holidays away from the crowds.

The area offers a number of ski areas, ranging from family-friendly Hoch-Imst (with the highly popular Alpine Coaster) just in front of your hotel to the more famous resorts in neighboring valleys.

If you are fed up with the impersonal service in big resorts, charming Imst offers the perfect combination of comfortable places to stay and top skiing in Europe's prime winter sports region.
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Climate & Weather

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Travel Route & Address

Switzerland: Arlberg pass or Arlberg tunnel - Landeck - Imst
Germany: B314 federal road and B189 Fernpass road - Nassereith - Imst
Italy: Brenner pass - Innsbruck - A 12 motorway to Imst
Reschenpass - Landeck - A 12 motorway to Imst

Toll sticker required for Austrian motorways! Available at borders and petrol stations.
Toll-free via Fernpass!
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Nearest train station: Imst/Pitztal (3km from the town center)
Public bus. Taxis.
Airports: Innsbruck 60 km
Munich 143 km
Allgäu Airport Memmingen 128 km
Friedrichshafen 170 km
Zurich 237 km
Salzburg 239 km
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Imst Tourismus
Johannesplatz 4
6460 Imst, Austria
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