Imst, a picturesque Alpine gem in Western Austria, invites adventurers and families alike with its blend of cultural richness and outdoor splendor. Read more

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Perched in the Tyrolean Oberland, Imst is often celebrated as the 'Merano of North Tyrol', offering a delightful mix of natural beauty, cultural experiences, and active pursuits. This small town, with a population of just over 10,000, has established itself as a hub for climbers and hikers, thanks to its proximity to the stunning Ötztal Alps. In winter, it becomes a gateway to the surrounding ski areas, appealing to winter sports enthusiasts.
The town's layout reflects its historical roots, with a quaint center that boasts traditional Austrian architecture and welcoming taverns serving regional specialties. The Rosengartenschlucht, a natural limestone gorge just outside Imst, is a remarkable natural attraction that leads to blue waterfalls and lush, forested paths, making for a breathtaking hike or nature walk.
For thrill-seekers, the Alpine Coaster in Hoch-Imst is the longest alpine roller coaster in the world, offering a rush of adrenaline along with panoramic views of the valley. Meanwhile, families can enjoy the tranquil mountain environment at the local wildlife park or explore the many thematic trails designed to entertain and educate children.
Imst also takes pride in its cultural scene, with various festivals and events throughout the year that celebrate Tyrolean traditions, including the famous Schemenlaufen carnival, which is a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage event. The town's artisans are known for their woodcarving skills, a craft that can be appreciated in local workshops and galleries.
Imst is a destination that masterfully blends the serenity of its alpine location with the vibrancy of its community life, making it an excellent choice for travelers looking for an authentic Austrian experience.

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Explore this magnificent gorge with cascading waterfalls, lush flora, and geological wonders formed over millions of years.

Alpine Coaster Imst

Experience the thrill on the world’s longest alpine roller coaster, twisting and turning through stunning alpine scenery.

Hoch-Imst Ski Area

In winter, this family-friendly ski resort offers diverse slopes, a snow park, and cross-country skiing tracks.

Schloss Starkenberg Brewery

Discover the art of brewing in one of Tyrol's oldest breweries and taste some local beer varieties.

Imster Schemenlaufen

Join the locals in this unique carnival held every four years, showcasing elaborate masks and traditional performances.

Imst Climbing Center

An ideal place for climbers of all skill levels, featuring both indoor and outdoor climbing opportunities.

Knappenwelt Gurgltal

Step back in time at this mining-themed museum, showcasing the region's mining history with interactive exhibits.

Gurgltal Trail

A scenic hiking path offering splendid views of the valley, perfect for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.

Wildlife Park Hoch-Imst

A lovely spot for family outings, with native animals and plenty of space for children to play and learn about local wildlife.

Imst Art Trail

Stroll through the town and discover various artworks, from sculptures to murals, highlighting Imst's cultural heritage.

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In and around Imst

Alpine Coaster (1.18 km)

Nestled amidst the majestic Austrian Alps, the Alpine Coaster promises a heart-pounding adventure. This roller coaster, built on a mountain, offers a thrilling ride combined with breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding alpine scenery.

Stams Abbey (19.17 km)

In the heart of Tyrol's alpine splendor, Stams Abbey stands as a golden testament to Austria's rich monastic tradition. This Cistercian monastery, with its twin-towered church, is not just a spiritual haven but also an architectural masterpiece.

Fiss (22.01 km)

Serfaus (24.22 km)

Highline 179 (25.3 km)

As the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the Tibetan style, it challenges the bravest of souls to cross its length and offers unparalleled vistas of the surrounding alpine landscape.

Wildkirchli (25.3 km)

Nestled within the jagged rock face of the Alpstein Massif, the mesmerizing Wildkirchli caves offer a fusion of natural wonder, history, and spirituality. Experience a journey through time, set against the backdrop of stunning Swiss mountain vistas.

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