The popular bathing lake is located in the middle of the idyllic Thierseetal valley. The sunny high plateau is surrounded by the mighty mountain ranges of the Bavarian and Brandenberg Alps in Tyrol. In the summer it attracts with its water temperatures of up to 25 degrees and thanks to the charming surroundings it can also be optimally combined with a walk or hike. Nordic Walking is particularly popular in the Thierseetal with three specially advertised rounds!
After a few refreshing moves through the cold wet, generous sunbathing lawns invite you to linger. The rental of deckchairs, mats and sunshades is popular with holidaymakers. While the parents can relax and enjoy the sun, the little ones are in good hands at the newly designed playground. A restaurant takes care of the physical well-being of all visitors to the lido.
Things to do
The leisure activities around Lake Thiersee are something to be proud of. Rowing, dolphin and pedal boats can be rented for a small fee.
For courageous guests there is a water trampoline as well as a diving tower and water slide. The Edith raft is new on Lake Thiersee and particularly popular with young guests: seven to eight children can pull themselves over the water along a pair of ropes. Surfing enthusiasts will also get their money's worth at the lake.
In addition, a beach volleyball court and table tennis tables ensure that boredom is guaranteed even out of the water.
From 1 May to October it is also possible to go fishing with an official guest card.
- With an area of 62 acres, Lake Thiersee is among the 5 largest Swimming Lakes / Beaches in Tyrol.
- Lake Thiersee is among the 15 best rated Swimming Lakes / Beaches in Austria.
- The swimming lake / beach's average water temperature during the summer season is 68 °F (currently: 79 °F). The swimming lake / beach is normally warmest during July with an average water temperature of 73 °F. See the currently warmest Swimming Lakes / Beaches in Austria.
- Kids of all age groups will love the nearby playground and water slide, begging their parents to stay overnight.
- There are parking spaces available in the vicinity. There are public restrooms close by at the Swimming Lake.
How to get there
Take the A8 towards Salzburg and at the Inntaldreieck continue on the A93 towards Kufstein. Leave the motorway at the Kufstein Nord exit and take the B175 to Thiersee. The lake of the same name is right next to the village.
By public transport:
The border station of Kufstein is easily reached by train. From there, buses run regularly to the municipality of Thiersee, where it is only a few minutes' walk to the lake.