Enchanting Multiplicity in the Centre of Tyrol.
The soft plateau with its 2.000 hours of sunshine per year and its scenic plurality proves to be an adventurous recreation area. Let majestic mountains and blooming alpine meadows, sunny clearings and clear lakes and sputtering mountain streams work their magic on you. The Mieminger Plateau. A piece of intact nature. And the Kaysers Tirolresort Hotel right in the middle.
The major part of this fascinating holiday corner in Tyrol is a 9 km² landscape protection area, marked by vast larch meadows on a relatively flat area, embedded in traditional agriculturally used environment.
2 torrents, lined with Grey Alder and ash woods — the Marienbergbach and the Sturlbach which forms a 60 m cascade at Schloss Klamm - run through the landscape protection area. The rural character of the individual hamlets that should be preserved as well presents a special kind of allurement.
The outstanding beauty of the landscape of the Mieminger Plateau is coined by the scenic plurality and the rich interplay between vast open areas and the Mieminger mountain range as an impressive contrast. The Mieminger Plateau has already been populated in the Stone Age. Several archaeological excavation areas (e.g., round the Schloss Klamm) are located inside the landscape protection area. Moreover, there are some culturally significant buildings, among them the Schloss Klamm, a series of chapels and the parish church Obsteig.
Larch meadows with aromatic odour impressively co-determine the natural scenery. They are a unique recreation area in Tyrol in summer as well as in winter. It is a rare piece of intact nature, showered with multifaceted beauty, that awaits you at the Kaysers Tirolresort Hotel. A country full of mountains, woods, meadows, lakes and 2.000 hours of sunshine a year. A piece of earth that impresses and draws attention. You feel the need to face every moment with the required regardfulness. No more, no less.