There are several lakes next to Krambach: Frauensee, Buchsee, Krummsee, Reintalersee (all in the valley like Kramsach) and the Berglsteinersee (in the mountains). The Reintaler See is the largest of these lakes, with a maximum depth of 10m. There’s a walking trail around this lake, mostly pretty small and very nice. There only could be a few more...more
The cemetery museum in Kramsach is a rather bizarre museum: it’s a collection of funny tombstone inscription. On the first view it looks like you are on a real cemetery – and then you wonder why there are so much people walking around and laughing! The inscription are in German, and you are not allowed to take photos, but the entrance is free....more
We had a great day at Kramsach in the Museum of Tyrolean Farmsteads. It is an ecomuseum with historic farm buildings from all over Austria. There are costumed docents demonstrating crafts and lots of animals wandering loose that you can pet. Children would love it (and so did we). There is a nice restaurant and the views throughout the outdoor...more
their are five lakes in the area. The biggest is the Reintalersee, then the Krummsee, the smaller Buchsee, de Frauensee and the higher Above Mosen, the Berglsteinersee. You have to buy a ticket (family 8 euro) if you want to swim in a lake.The water is very clean, but cold. The view is beautiful!more
Museum Tiroler BauernhöfeAll parts of Tirol are covered by this museum. The took away the buildings at their original place and built them up again here in the museum. Lots of old furniture, machines etc. can be seen too.Entrance feeAdults € 5,50Children 10-17 Yrs. € 2,60Children 6-9 Yrs. € 2,20Children 5 yrs. F.o.C.Familycard € 12,40 Opening...more
Museumfriedhof KramsachThis is a nice collection of weird and comic sayings written on gravestones etc.One has to speak at leeast a bit german to understand the jokes made.For example:Hier ruht Franz Josef Matt,der sich zu Tode gesoffen hat.Herr gib ihm die ewige Ruhund ein Gläsle Schnaps dazu.or another one:Hier liegt Martin Krug der Kinder, Weib...more
Pensions as well as hotels are the best in Austria. The Austrians must be one of the most hospitable...more
Claudiaplatz 9, Kramsach, 6233, Austria
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Achenrain 58, Kramsach, 6233, Austria
Good for: Couples
Is this the only non-smoking restuarant in Europe?The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.The restuarant is owned by Markus and his Thai wife, who is a terrific cook!!! They serve traditional Thai dishes prepared with passion. The best my family and I have ever had in Europe.Beware of the signs: 4 chillis - darn HOT ; 3 chillis - very HOT ; 2...more
3 Reviews and Opinions
There are some extraordinary places in Austria where it is all about apres-ski in stead of ski. Discotheques in every street and cafe's filling up the gabs. Kramsach is not like that at all. There are a few bars, that mostly belong to the hotel above them. But ... it's not the place where you go, but the company that you go with. We had a spectacular good time on our last visit to Kramsach and partied a few night until way to late in the night. Almost still drunk from the evening before we got back on the ski's for the next lesson. The only thing you could do perfect was "slalom" - hahaha.
Kramsach is outside the large famous skiareas and itself an left beside wintersportvillage. That makes it however a very priceworthy place and the large skipistons of the Zillertal are around the corner. Also the skiclasses are kept relatively small and after learning on the quiet pistons of Kramsach itself, the last few days are in Kaltenbach in Zillertal.
High Rope Garden is a terrific experience to learn about courage and will! It increases your self-confident and test your limits. Don't miss this activity! The ONLY natural High Rope Garden in Europe!Water sports such as Rafting, Schlauchreiten or Wild Water Swimming is an alternative for those looking for an extreme sports activity. Then take a...more
Kramsach is not that well-known, but has an excellent skiingschool for both beginners as progressed skiers. Manfred Gager offers for everyone that what they want (need) and both on individual bases as in classes. This last is recommendable as you will have big fun in a group and will learn quicker. For beginners it's best to rent skis and all...more
Seek the highest spots and you will experience the longest pistes variating from extremely black until easy blue. Austria has very busy places during wintersportseason, but also quiet slopes, that are still well prepared, where you only will meet the Austrians themselves. Together with the excellent ski-schools that are in Austria, this is the best country to learn how to ski and lift your technical experience to a level that will (then) amaze fellow-skiers all over the world.
Fondest memory: Jana from Halle (former DDR). Though she was way out of my league, we understood some things very well and had some great apres-ski-laughs.