Burg Hasegg / Hall Mint - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Burg Hasegg 6, 6060 Hall in Tirol, Austria
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About Burg Hasegg / Hall Mint
A majestic castle built to protect the salt mines, river trade, the bridge over the River Inn and also to guard the old salt route. During the 15th century the castle was enlarged to become a residence for princes. It now houses a museum called mint museum and open to the general public. Demonstrations of historical minting techniques are given from time to time.The castle itself is an example of early Gothic era Tirolean fortress architecture.
Attractions Near Burg Hasegg / Hall Mint
The Karwendel Höhenweg is marked as a difficult, black mountain trail, divided into 6 stages. The route covers 7,000 meters in altitude (3,400 meters in ascent), from tranquil high valleys and alpine pastures up to the craggy peaks of Austria's largest nature park
This is the largest nature park in Austria and covers almost the entire Karwendel massif over a total area of more than 727 square kilometers. It presents itself in wild, sublime beauty with its rocky mountain flanks, extensive forests and gentle alpine meadows. Covering an area of 727 square kilometers, it combines eleven different rest and landscape protection areas from high mountain peaks to moors.
Perfectly groomed ski slopes, surrounded by the beautiful, untouched nature of the Tux Alps, the wonderfully wide view of the Inn Valley and over 400 mountain peaks. The comfortable 10-seater gondola takes winter sports enthusiasts directly from the valley station to the Halsmarter middle station in just 6.5 minutes. From there you can take the "Tulfein Express" - a state-of-the-art combination lift with gondolas and chairs - to the Tulfein mountain station.
This is one of most popular hikes in the Austrian Alps. It provides a quick and simple route to amazing panoramas of the Inntal Valley below and offers great views of 400 craggy peaks in the Alps, including many within the Karwendel Massif. This short, family hike offers amazing panoramas of Innsbruck and the Inntal.
This beautiful lake is the summer meeting point for sun worshipers, trend athletes and families - everyone gets their money's worth here. With an area size of 2.8 ha it is the second largest lake in the city area. Only the Lake Lans surpasses it by size and volume. Rare water birds like cormorants and swans were detected by eager ornithologists who use this territory during the non-bathing season.
The Großer Bettelwurf is a mountain, 2,726 m, and thus the highest peak in the Gleirsch-Halltal Chain in the Karwendel mountains of Tyrol. It is also the fourth highest summit in the Karwendel. The neighbouring Kleiner Bettelwurf reaches a height of 2,650 m. It is a good trekking destination and also it offers nice views of this area also.
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Tyrol is a state in western Austria. You can experience a majestic and enchanting mountain landscape sure to touch their soul. Countless outdoor activities and a warm welcome make holidays in this stunning region an unforgettable experience.