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Leaving the Brenner motorway, you drive towards Bruneck and further towards Innichen, turn left at the village entrance of Percha, and go via Tesselberg to Mühlbach. Just before the village take the forest road on the right to the reservoir and drive to the large parking lot (walking time 15-20 minutes).
Coming from the Tauferer Ahrntal (Sand in Taufers) you cross the bridge in Uttenheim and drive all the way up to Mühlbach, after passing the village take the forest road to your left until the reservoir and parking lot.
From Uttenheim the mountain bus runs 3 times a day. Here you can find the current timetables.
Mountaineering on the three-thousand-meter-peaks of the Rieserferner Group: Schwarze Wand, Sauchkofl, Windschar or Morgenkofl
Hiking and walking in the nature park Rieserferner Ahrn
Nordic-walking, barefoot walking, water treading, recharging your batteries on serval forest trails
Cycling: experienced cyclists ride up the valley, the easier option is to stay on the suitable trails of the Mühlbach valley
Sledding on the prepared toboggan run
Snowshoeing & ski touring
Snow paradise for children
Discover the surroundings
Castle of Sand in Taufers
Medieval castle with a view of the village of Sand in Taufers and the Ahrntal. Without or with guided tour.
The largest waterfalls in South Tyrol on the Reinbach with the Saint Francis’ Walkway.
Cascade Sand in Taufers
Swimming pool, natural bathing pond and saunain Sand in Taufers.
Crib museum Luttach
Crib museum Maranatha and various exhibitions.
Mineral Museum St. Johann
Exhibits from the Zillertal Alps and the HoheTauern.
The mine of Prettau
It leads a train into the mine and the climatic tunnel, where the air is so pure that people can find their breath again.
Earth pyramids near Percha
The pyramids are located at 1550–1750 m above sea level and form the most important earth pyramid occurrence in Val Pusteria.
Folklore Museum Dietenheim
The museum shows the world of the rural population in earlier days – from the country nobility to the self-sufficient farmers.
Bruneck – Small town at the Rienz river
Livable and lovable small town with lovely shops, bars, restaurants and the charming Christmas market in winter.
“… finally the Mühlbach Badl came into sight. A small number of spa guests and farmers of the area were hanging around the house or rested from the effort of doing nothing in the meadow surrounding the house.”
Dr. J. Daimer Taufers, 1877