500 years of history on the Tratzberg castle. Natural spectacle Wolfsklamm Stans
Tratzberg castle in Stans, a jewel among the castles in Austria, was built in the year 1500, high above the Inn valley. It was the hunting lodge of Emperor Maximilian I. and the Fuggers. It is exquisitely equipped and was richly extended in the renaissance. Since 1848, the castle is a private residence of the counts Enzenberg. By using fascinating radio plays (available in up to 8 languages) emperors, knights and other aristocratic owners of Tratzberg lead in person through the castle and show magnificent renaissance rooms, originally furnished gothic rooms, the hunting hall, the gothic chapel, and a unique wall painting of the Habsburg family tree with its 148 figures and the extensive collection of armory.
Tratzberg castle is accessible by car in about 20 min. from the Alpine Caravan Park Achensee.
Raging waters, the sound of the Stans creek and sturdy wooden bridges lead through the most beautiful tyrolean gorge - the romantic Wolfsklamm in Stans. A hike through the gorge will become an impressive experience. In summer its even better because it is refreshingly cool in the gorge. 354 steps, catchy boardwalks and into the rock handy carved galleries lead through the Wolfsklamm up to the pilgrimage monastery St. George. In the shade of ancient chestnut trees the hosts of the pilgrimage monastery St. George offer their guests delicious, traditional food from the region.
The Wolfsklamm near Stans is accessible by car in about 30 min. from the Alpine Caravan Park Achensee.