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Kramsach, 520 m above sea level, is located in the Lower Inn Valley in Tyrol, Austria. The view is dominated by the Rofan mountain range north of Kramsach. The municipal territory covers 26.87 km2 and includes four lakes and the river Brandenberger Ache. “Tyrol’s Lake Village” is ideal for vacationers looking for a refreshing summer retreat! The feratel webcam provides you with the current live pictures of Lake Reintalersee.
The average yearly temperature in Kramsach is 9° C. The climate is representative of the alpine climate of the mountains in Tyrol: January is the coldest month and July is the warmest month of the year. Detailed current weather and wind information and forecasts for the next few days are provided by the Kramsach feratel webcam.
Especially in summer Kramsach has plenty to offer. The visitors can explore the Rofan mountain range enjoying great hiking trails and paths. Thrill-seekers can enjoy the canyoning, rafting, wild water swimming opportunities or the high ropes course at the Kramsach outdoor center to increase their adrenaline levels. Then cool down and relax in one of the four bathing lakes after a mountain or climbing tour. The webcam Kramsach provides you with a perfect view of the events at Lake Reintalersee.
Winter in Kramsach has its allure, too. Novices find ideal conditions to get started skiing or snowboarding or to refresh their skills at the two beginners’ lifts in town. The free ski shuttle provides transportation to and from the nearby Alpbachtal ski area. The Alpachtal feratel webcam provides you with the current live pictures and information about the opening and closing times of the pistes and lifts. The illuminated cross-country ski trail along the shore of Lake Reintalersee is a highlight for cross country skiers. The frozen bodies of water around Kramsach provide skating and ice stock sport opportunities.
The Tyrolean Farm Museum in Kramsach is a special highlight. This open air museum exhibits the different types of farm buildings found in Tyrol. Strolling through the buildings and the premises visitors can experience rural customs and farming ways of life. The “Graveyard Museum“ in Kramsach exhibits a variety of bizarre epitaphs on gravestones and grave crosses from the complete Alpine region. Other popular tourist attractions are the sculpture park of the Kramsach artist Alois Schild and the parish and pilgrimage church Mariathal in the part of the town with the same name.
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