Tipps and tours around
The Tannberg region offers a most diverse range of natural and cultural landscapes.
Like a little diamond, Lake Körbersee lies amidst the most breathtaking nature and a crown of peaks and summits, including Juppenspitze, Mohnenfluh, Braunarl, Hochberg, Rothorn and the Widderstein, our signature mountain. The fact that no road leads to the Berghotel is one of the reasons why so many people come here to enjoy the tranquillity and serenity of nature. Lake Körbersee is 8 metres deep and pretty crisp. It makes for an incredible swim on a hot summer day! The villages and towns in the Tannberg region are very close and each place has it’s own offerings, so we really like to work together. Also, the history of the Walser people that we share unites the settlements of Schröcken, Warth and Lech. A special history trail recounts the past of the Walser people on Tannberg at 57 stops; one of them is located here at Lake Körbersee.
Angela Schwarzmann, head of Warth Schröcken tourism
The history of the Walser people that we share unites the settlements of Schröcken, Warth and Lech.
Angela Schwarzmann, Warth Schröcken Tourismus
I am very happy that Lake Körbersee is not only a natural reserve, but also a protected area when it comes to plants. We really want to preserve nature as it is. Nature is of immeasurable value for us. We are proud of living in such an outstanding place. You have to come and see the rare plants that are still thriving around here! Many people who live in cities have never seen them, even people who live as close as the Rhinevalley haven’t! The fact that Lake Körbersee was awarded the title of Most Beautiful Place also made many locals find new appreciation for this patch of paradise we call home.
Herbert Schwarzmann, mayor of Schröcken