Lakes in the Zugspitz Arena
Cooling waters in breathtaking Alpine scenery
Crystal clear water and bracing mountain air refresh the senses. The Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena boasts a host of mountain and bathing lakes – dive in and enjoy! Surrounded by a beautiful mountain landscape, you can be assured of refreshing water temperatures even on the hottest days of summer.
Pack your swimwear and a blanket for endless opportunities to enjoy, relax and refresh.
Swimming, sights, boats and more
Lake Heiterwang and Lake Plansee form the second largest body of water in Tyrol. The fjord-like landscape is best explored by boat, perhaps aboard the MS Margarethe or the MS Willhelm. The diverse marine flora and fauna, excellent water quality and extremely good visibility offer ideal diving conditions, and it is a popular spot for anglers.
Lake Mittersee is a small, idyllic mountain lake near Biberwier. The water temperature can reach 22°C in the summer. Young bathers can also satisfy their wild side at the playground.
Bichlbach bathing lake
Bichlbach’s natural bathing lake offers 1,400sqm of water with an excellent children’s area, rafting equipment, mini-golf, a beach volleyball court, a tennis court and much more.
Lakes, nature and mountains
Lake Seebensee in the Mieminger Mountains is situated at an altitude of 1,675m above Ehrwalder Alm. Thanks to its unique location and deep turquoise water, the lake is a popular destination for walkers and cyclists.
Lake Drachensee is the highest lake in the region. Just below the Coburger Hütte mountain refuge, it lies 1,910m above sea level and is 28m deep. The lake’s water temperature is guaranteed to cool you down.
Christina Singer’s insider tip
Charming Lake Blindsee is just 15 minutes from the Relais & Châteaux Singer Sporthotel & SPA. Even the journey there is picturesque: as you follow a narrow road through the forest you soon catch a glimpse of the deep blue lake, sparkling in the sun. Leave the car in the car park and walk the rest of the way for a refreshing swim in the clear mountain waters. If you feel the need for a little exercise before cooling off, a walk around the lake is highly recommended.