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Located 7 km south-east of Innsbruck and at the entrance to the Stubai Valley, the rural village of Mutters is home to 2,077 people. The municipal area comprises Kreith, Mutters and Raitis.
Mutters has a moderate climate with an average annual temperature of 8.1° Celsius. February is the driest month with 42 mm of rainfall and July the wettest with 142 mm.
Mutters sits only a few kilometres from Innsbruck and can easily be reached by the Stubaital Tram, which connects this alpine village to the urban centre of the state capital. Tourism is very important in this region, offering a vast array of activities both in the summer and the winter. Muttereralm Lifts started operation in 1953 with a two-person chairlift. In the late 1960s the chairs were replaced by modern coloured gondolas. Today, the new cable car takes visitors up to 1,600m in only a few minutes.
The top station is also the starting point of many hikes and mountain tours. The ascent on foot to the top takes around two hours. Muttereralm Park offers a fantastic and diverse programme for families and kids. The more adventurous will enjoy exploring the new downhill single track, perfectly suited for beginners and more advanced mountain bikers. Novices to mountain-biking find a training area at the adventure restaurant. Do not forget: Fun tobogganing in summer with mountain carts. Natterer Lake located in the neighbouring Natters is a great place to stay cool on hot summer days.
In winter loads of fun is guaranteed for everybody. The family-friendly ski area offers perfectly groomed ski trails, a terrain park and an eight kilometer toboggan run. The ski resort is very popular among ski tourers and locals enjoy night ski touring with a final stop at the cosy Muttereralm Adventure Restaurant. Cross-country skiers and skaters will be thrilled by the 12km trail between Natters and Neugötzens.
Culture connoisseurs will love the great number of chapels and churches, especially the Parish Church of Saint Nicholas and the baroque high altar.
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