Walk along Starkenberg's Panorama Trail and discover Castle Starkenberg
A transfer will pick you up and take you to Nassereith (approx. 15 mins) from where you will pick up the Starkenberg Panorama Trail. Ascend to the viewpoint over the Gurgl Valley. Continue to Schloss Starkenberg; a restaurant and brewery.
Enjoy a locally brewed, refreshing beer in the garden before continuing on the final 3km to the Alpine town of Imst. Sitting at 826m above sea-level, this traditionally Austrian town is a delight.
Watch the short term local weather forecasts. Avoid high altitude hiking when the weather is bad. There are plenty of trails in the valleys, that allow you to reach a village quickly if bad weather sets in.
We recommend sturdy waterproof boots with ankle support at all times of the season – steep steps, exposed roots and (if wet) slippery rocks can pose a risk
Salvesenklamm - Creepy witch stories entwine around the mystical Salvesenklamm. If you believe the legend, witches performed their wild dances here some time ago. The today's stage leads over a bridge with wonderful deep view to the Salvesenbach, which rushes far below in the deeply cut gorge to valley.
Imst: A city map and some sights of the "Brunnenstadt" Imst can be found at www.imst.at/media/17251/Imst%20Tourismus%20Detailplan%20A3%202017%20WEB.pdf
The Rosengarten Gorge: Follow the Schinderbach to 1.5 km from the Blue Grotto to the Johanneskirche through this gorge, bursting with impressive flora and fauna.
An overview map can be found at www.imst.at/de/aktivitaeten/sommer/wandern-und-bergsteigen/rosengartenschlucht The city's museums (www.imst.tirol.gv.at/kultur) provide insights into the art, culture and customs of the region.