Volders im Frühling

Spring in the Hall-Wattens region

Spring Awakening in Tyrol

When the carnival hustle and bustle in the villages of the region is over and winter has finally and officially come to an end, the spring awakening in the Hall-Wattens region also starts with Lent.

Step by step, nature and the landscape are transformed into a colourful and lively appearance. Spring also arrives in the alleys of Hall's old town. Guest gardens open their doors and life shifts back to the town squares. Spring in Tyrol!

Enjoy a spring-like holiday in the Hall-Wattens region. Whether at Easter or at Pentecost, spring in the region offers not only culture but also lots of nature. Take the last turns on the slopes of the Glungezer or discover the spring-like nature in the valley on the first hike of the year. Experience traditional processions or visit a folk festival in spring.

Our 5 spring hiking recommendations

Enjoy spring while hiking in the Hall-Wattens region. Start with a leisurely hike in the valley or climb to higher destinations such as the Kaisersäule on the sunny side of the Inntal. A very special highlight in spring is the crocus blossom at the Walderalm, which takes place in April depending on the weather.

Spring event tips

Easter holiday in Tyrol

The time around Easter is a special time in Tyrol, but especially in the Hall-Wattens tourist region. Tradition and customs are lived and celebrated by the population at Easter.

Highlights worth seeing around Easter in the region include the well-known palm tree processions on Palm Sunday in the towns of Thaur and Hall in Tirol. In many churches in the region, colourful, elaborately designed and guarded Easter tombs can be admired during the Easter season. The Easter market in the old town of Hall in Tyrol and the exhibition "Kunst am Ei" (Art on an Egg) present handicrafts, handicrafts and gifts related to Easter. During the Easter market you can stroll through the spring-like alleys of the old town and enjoy the first drink in the spring sun in one of the town's guest gardens.

Depending on the winter, you can still ski in the Glungezer ski area at Easter and enjoy the spring in the snow. Those who have already finished with winter, however, use the spring-like weather in the valley for walks or the first hike of the season. Events such as the Radish Festival, the Easter Festival and the Haller Nightseeing ensure a varied programme of events in spring.

Skifahren im Frühling

Skifahren im Frühling

Gerade im Spätwinter lockt das Skigebiet Glungezerbahn mit seinen abwechslungsreichen und sonnigen Pisten sowohl sportliche Ski- und Snowboardfahrer, aber auch Familien mit Kindern.

Pentecost holiday in Tyrol

Experience early summer in the Tyrolean mountains. In addition to the flowering meadows in the valley, the flora and fauna at higher altitudes are also slowly awakening. Mountain hut keepers, alpine cattle and the first hikers are already drawn back to the mountains. The fresh mountain air and the awakening of nature as well as the early summer temperatures make the first hikes of summer a very special experience.

Lived traditions and Tyrolean customs also characterise the events in the region in early summer, both on the mountain and in the valley. The highlights in early summer include the traditional Corpus Christi processions in the villages of the region, which are well worth seeing, as well as the mountain and Herzjesu fires on the mountain. The Haller Gassenspiele and the "Haller Burgsommer" Hall Castle Summer attract culture enthusiasts to the door in early summer. Whether as a Whitsun holiday, a time-out over one of the long weekends in May and June or just as a stopover on your way through to Italy, the Hall-Wattens region offers you the perfect place to stay in early summer.

Die Kraftorte der Region im Frühling