The location of this idyllic community in the middle of the Hohe Tauern and Kitzbühel Alps offers direct access to activities in the paradisiacal natural surroundings at all times of the year. Hikers and cyclists get their money’s worth on the adventure hiking trail or the Tauern cycle path. In winter, several large and small ski destinations are practically on the doorstep.
In Niedernsill, naturists can experience quiet days but also active hours, and nothing stands in the way of a varied holiday. The natural bathing lake with its spacious sunbathing lawns and children’s paddling pool is THE attraction for water rats of all ages. The recreation centre with Kneipp facilities, volleyball, tennis and football courts, mini-golf, children’s playground and much more offers a perfect all-round package of relaxation, play and fun. The adjoining “Luzia-Lacke”, a protected landscape, invites you to take a walk and observe the local fauna.
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Horse lovers will be amazed at the Noriker Horse Museum, right in the centre of Niedernsill. In the museum, designed according to the latest findings and museum educational guidelines, the natural and cultural history of the Noriker horse is brought closer to you. The dialect archive on the first floor is dedicated to the local dialect. Regional dialects in sound documents, video recordings and in written form are collected here on behalf of the Tauriska Association.
The immediate proximity to the top ski destinations make the resort a base camp for winter sports enthusiasts, families and village dreamers. Even a small ski lift is available in Niedernsill, which is especially popular with children, beginners and those returning to the sport. Those who prefer a quieter pace can enjoy the snow-covered winter landscape on the cross-country ski runs, winter hiking trails, on a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride or snowshoe hike.
A tip for hiking enthusiasts is the certified Naglköpflweg to the power spot. The start of this easy and pleasant circular hike is in the Steindorf district near the Ematen car park. From there, you can follow the natural hiking trail to the power spot at Naglköpfl. Via the Rohrerberg and Gitschen for the circular hike back to the starting point.