WildeWasserWeg Stubai

Water is pure life! Constantly in motion, powerful, creative and energizing, it has fascinated people since time immemorial. It is particularly fascinating to trace the origins of a torrential stream in the Stubai Valley back to its origins and walk in its footsteps.

On the WildeWasserWeg in the Stubai Valley with its unique alpine locations, this natural phenomenon can be experienced in a fantastic way on three routes. From glacier fields glistening in the sun to turquoise-blue mountain lakes, numerous smaller springs that gather to form thundering waterfalls, small floodplains and alluvial plains, you can marvel at all the different manifestations of the wet element on the WildeWasserWeg.

The WildeWasserWeg offers the opportunity to explore the dynamics and beauty of water in all its forms. From the radiant glacier fields glistening in the sun to crystal-clear, turquoise-blue mountain lakes and mighty waterfalls fed by numerous small springs, this trail shows the diversity of water in Alpine nature.

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Why the WildeWasserWeg is a must for your vacation in the Stubai Valley

The WildeWasserWeg is more than just a hiking trail; it is an experience that connects visitors deeply with nature and highlights the importance of water in our ecosystem. It is an ideal excursion destination for families, nature photographers and anyone seeking the healing power of nature. Each route offers different levels of difficulty and is excellently signposted, making the route accessible to beginners and experienced hikers alike.

The Stubai Valley, known for its natural beauty and alpine challenges, presents itself from its most impressive side along the WildeWasserWeg. Plan your visit to the Stubai Valley and experience the wonders of water on the WildeWasserWeg - a journey you won't soon forget.

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 Waterfalls are health-boosting

Staying at the waterfalls along WildeWasserWeg Trail is health-promoting.

Waterfalls create atomized aerosol and predominantly negatively-charged ions in the area where the water hits the rocks. These micro particles are so small that they can deeply enter and cleanse the lungs. The upper respiratory tracts is expanded and diseases of the lungs can be prevented or healed, including common diseases like asthma, allergies, stress or burnout.

Examinations of the private Paracelsus University Salzburg have shown that the different Stubai waterfalls have different medical effects. Grawa waterfall is marked by a high concentration of nano-aerosols and a small aerosol size. Already a stay of one hour near Grawa waterfall cleanses the upper respiratory tract and improves the breathing quality significantly.

Sulzenau waterfall has an exceptionally high aerosol and ion concentration – even in sunny areas where visitors can stay dry for a longer time. In combination with the climb up there it is a perfect destination for boosting the cardiopulmonary system.

Plattform am Grawa Wasserfall im Stubaital

NEPTUN Water Award 2021

The Neptune Water Award in the category Water COMMUNITY was awarded to the WildeWasserWeg. The award-winning project was implemented by the Stubai Tirol Tourism Association. „Das Element Wasser mit dem Kernprodukt WildeWasserWeg ist eine zentrale Säule im Stubaier Sommertourismus. Es freut mich, dass der WildeWasserWeg ein Publikumsmagnet bei Einheimischen und Gästen ist“,("The element of water with the core product WildeWasserWeg is a central pillar in Stubai summer tourism. I am pleased that the WildeWasserWeg is a crowd puller for locals and guests,") says Adrian Siller, chairman of the TVB Stubai Tirol.

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