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Jerzens

Jerzens in Pitztal

Sunny Plateau between 1,100 and 1,450 meters above sea level at the foot of the Hochzeiger ski and hiking resort

Jerzens, a village with approx. 1,000 residents and covering 30 square kilometres has developed into a modern holiday destination all year around through the consistent but careful growth and expansion of Hochzeiger ski and hiking resort.

Especially during the summer months, it is apparent that the village hasn’t lost its original appeal. It is transformed back from a buzzing winter metropolis to its roots: a charming Tyrolean mountain village. You will find peace and quiet, relaxation and hours of walking possibilities. A very special highlight in the summer is the traditional mountain pasture and the church festival on the second September weekend.

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    Jerzens in Pitztal
    Jerzens in Pitztal
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    Jerzens direction Innerpitztal
    Jerzens direction Venet
    Jerzens direction Venet
    Jerzens in summer
    Jerzens in summer
    Jerzens village in winter
    Jerzens village in winter
    Jerzens in the winter
    Jerzens in the winter
    Jerzens in the winter
    Jerzens in the winter
    Jerzens in winter
    Jerzens in winter

    Must Sees in Jerzens

    The landscape conservation area Riegetal is a special highlight with its unique flora and fauna. The Riegetal is a high valley between the peaks of Hochzeiger (2,584 m), Wildgrat (2,971 m) and Hoher Gemeindekopf (2.771 m). A visit to the Stone Pine Museum, the Stone Pine Oil Extraction, der Zirbenpark [Stone Pine Park], der XP Abenteuerpark [Adventure Park], Stuiben waterfall and the Circular hiking route around the Kaitanger landscape pond are among Jerzen’s highlights.  

    Describing the little town of Jerzens in Pitztal is to, above all, highlight its family-friendly ski resort Hochzeiger. Children up to the age of 10 go free (on presenting a family passport), varied ski slopes, sunny hillside location, 6 kilometre toboggan fun and yet absolute snow guarantee. A walk through the beautiful winter wonderland of Jerzens is an experience full of atmosphere, especially on snowy days. Off the pistes cross-country skiing, curling and ice skating round off our guest’s winter experience in Jerzens in Pitztal.

    Jerzens in Pitztal has a number of hamlets: Liss (1,462 m), Kaitanger (1,451 m), Schwaig (1,252 m), Larchwies (1,318 m), Haag (1,307 m), Breitwies (1,297 m), Egg (1,300 m), Falsterwies (1,247 m), Gischlewies (1,235 m), Kienberg (1,022 m), Stein (1,115 m), Graslehn (1,244 m), Schönlarch (1,027 m), Schön (1,054 m), Wiesle (1,080 m) and Ritzenried (1,121 m).

    pine tree park Hochzeiger
    pine tree park Hochzeiger
    Stuiben waterfall in Jerzens Schön
    Stuiben waterfall in Jerzens Schön
    Tobogganing at Hochzeiger
    Tobogganing at Hochzeiger
    Groaßsee Riegetal
    Groaßsee Riegetal
    Pine tree park Jerzens Hochzeiger
    Pine tree park Jerzens Hochzeiger
    xp adventure park in Pitztal
    xp adventure park in Pitztal
    stone pine exhibition in Jerzens im Pitztal
    stone pine exhibition in Jerzens im Pitztal
    Alpine pasture in Jerzens
    Alpine pasture in Jerzens

    Pitztal Tourism Association

    Your contact in Jerzens Tourist information office: Silke Melmer and Melanie Köll
    6474 Jerzens, Austria
    Tel. +43 (0) 5414 86 999 32
    Fax +43 (0) 5414 86 999 88
    jerzens@pitztal.com

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