Seek and you shall find – pristine nature for example. As if fallen in a deep slumber, Angerberg lies away from the hustle and bustle of the Inn Valley. Ancient farmhouses amidst untouched nature, idyllic hiking paths, shady forests, meadows and fields.
Angerberg is a place where to find rest and relaxation, it is a place to stay.
Along the road to the pilgrimage site Mariastein you find a sign pointing towards Angerberg. In case you are a fan of natural gems you should follow that sign. Angerberg is a popular starting point for hiking enthusiasts as well as for mountain bikers – over rough and smooth lead the paths up to airy heights.
The Buchacker, the local mountain of Angerberg, is irresistible to those who want to touch the sky and be close to the earth at the same time – because there is the only ice and dripstone cave in Tyrol which is open to the public and which can be visited under experienced guidance from May to October.