A little village (St.Nikolaus from the 15.century) on a beautyfull lake, 5 buses per day from Kufstein train station, it´s also possible to walk there from Kufstein or Schaftenau (train station), about 8 km, or a bit longer via Hechtsee.
With the beautiful ridge of the Wilder Kaiser on the back ,The Antonius chapel is acessed by a walking route going in the Kaiser Valley, About an hour walking distance from the start of the trail at the end of Kufstein. You can see the chapel on numerous poscards of the region, but it's always better to go see it for yourself.
The tree king or Ent ( as they were called in "Lord of the rings" ) was standing at the side of the road ,watching over the pedestrians. Isn't he just impressive , with his old hands raised to reach the sky. He even has a mouth ,but you gotta look carefully as the pic is sombre. He is dressed with moss ,to keep him warm during winter :)))
Not really a cave in the proper sense of the word ,or at least not the way I imagined it , the Tishofer Cave is located in the steep rocky wall over the river ( see the second pic ) , and is acessed by a weaving narrow trail. Rather a cavity than a cave , the place is round and spacious and there are no hidden galleries on the back. It reminds me more of a huge amphitheater. There are no stalactites or stalacmites ,but you can set a fire or spend the night - there are enough options for that.