What to do in the summer in Ulten?
Have a break and spend some relaxing and carefree time in the summer in Ulten. Many easy and more challenging hiking trails lead past green meadows, steep cliffs, thick forests, traditional huts, old farms and picturesque mountain lakes. You may even see the three famous Ulten larches, which are part the UNESCO World Heritage site and are about 800 years old. Ultner Höfeweg Trail is a special tip.
The valley gets its unique character also because of the many reservoir lakes, such as Weißbrunnsee Lake at 1,872 m or Zoggler Lake located between Sankt Walburg and Kuppelwies. Over the years these lakes have become more and more popular especially among hobby fishers.
The ruins of Eschenlohe Castle are a special highlight of Ultental Valley. It was first mentioned in 1164 and used to be the home of counts of Ulten. If you want to learn more about the valley’s history, visit the Ulten Museum, providing insights into the hard farmers’ life.