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Tyrolean Lech Nature Park

Nestled between the Allgäu and Lechtal Alps lies the alpine wild river landscape Lech, which is of international importance due to its size and formation. Due to its natural dynamics and free formative power, the wild river Lech forms large areas of gravel and sand that are subject to constant change.

The Alpine Wild River Landscape Lech

The Lech and its floodplain forests represent a last refuge for many plant and animal species that were once widespread in wild river landscapes. Today, the Lech is the last wild river in the Northern Limestone Alps and its exceptional species richness underlines the natural history significance of this area.

The Tyrolean Lech Nature Park has set itself the task of preserving the natural and cultural landscape in its diversity and beauty. In addition to the protective function, the nature park also tries to set further positive impulses for the area of recreation, education, research, regional development and eco-tourism.


Coordinated quality and environmental standards

Tyrolean Lech Nature Park Partner accommodations

At the Nature Park partner businesses you can use the entire hiking program of the Nature Park free of charge. In addition, the Nature Park partner businesses meet quality and environmental standards that are coordinated throughout Tyrol.

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