The Tyrolean Uplands and the Tyrol West holiday region, which is home to Sonnenhang, is known for providing both tourists and locals alike with a wonderland of indulgent pleasures. The area is ruled by a sense of welcoming, which is seldom found anywhere else in the world. Celebrate the high-end lifestyle and la dolce vita with us.
At Sonnenhang, you will be living at the foot of the Venet mountain. The holiday region of Tyrol West’s local mountain is a paradise of relaxation and natural beauty. At the top, you can expect a fantastic panoramic view of the Alps, lots of options for hiking and sports, and several places you can take a break.
Upstream along the Inn, the neighbouring town of Prutz is home to the family-run company Turabauer Maas, which is devoted to fruit cultivation and manufacturing premium spirits. Among the fragrant trees, selected fruits are processed into fine liqueurs and brandies. There are a lot of high-end products and experiences on offer there; from tasting the spirits to buying the finished product. It’s worth a visit!
The diverse range of hiking trails surrounding the mountain railways in Imst are only a 20-minute drive away from Sonnenhang. Perfect for families and mountain enthusiasts alike, with lots of cosy places to take a break: The “Gourmet Trio” is composed of the Untermarkter Alm, Latschenhütte, and Mutterkopfhütte, and stands out to its idyllic location and the culinary delights on offer, which have an excellent reputation.
Every year in late summer, St. Anton sees the interplay between yoga and nature. The Mountain Yoga Festival is the meeting place for yogis, nature enthusiasts, and fresh air addicts who enjoy an active lifestyle. A diverse range of yoga workshops are offered throughout the summer in St. Anton am Arlberg.
Blooming meadows, fragrant stone pine forests, crystal-clear mountain streams and lakes, all against the majestic backdrop of the mountain peaks. The Kaunergrat nature reserve is breath-taking and well connected for hikers with an elaborate network of trails – also suitable for high alpine tours. Here, you will be staying more or less at the feet of this Alpine wonderland. Viewpoint tip: Take a walk to Gogles Alm.
On a hill between Zams and Schönwies, there is an excellent traditional guesthouse, Kloster Kronburg (940 m). From Sonnenhang, you can reach it on a simple and beautiful circular walking route through idyllic meadows and forests. From the Kloster, you can climb a further 20 minutes to reach the Kronburg Ruins with a view over the Inntal valley. Approximately 4 hours.
The “Tiroler Edle” is a local chocolate specialty by Konditorei Haag in Landeck. Master confectioner Hansjörg Haag knows how to enchant gourmets with the finest chocolates made from milk from the exquisite Tiroler Grauvieh cows.
The gourmet tour leads you from the mid-station of the Venet mountain railway up to Gogles Alm via cable car, where the happy cows provide the milk for the chocolate creations. From there, you can continue on foot to the Restaurant Gachenblick at the Nature Park House Kaunergrat with all kinds of local specialty dishes. Then, the Nature Park bus can bring you back to Landeck for some chocolate tasting at Konditorei Haag.