The Reintaler See, characterised by a turquoise-green colour, is the largest lake in the so-called “Kramsacher Seengebiet” area.
Lake Reintal is fed by Lake Berglsteiner, located above, while its effluent feeds the Krummsee: Here you are in the Kramsach Lakes' Area. The lake can be reached from Kramsach, following the signs "Zu den Seen" (To the lakes). The road first takes past the Krummsee and then to the parking space at the end of Lake Reintal. Also means of public transport operate on this course.
In summer, the water temperatures rise up to 25 degrees C, which results in the Reintaler See to be one of the warmest lakes of Tyrol. The bathing ticket makes you access various lawns round the lake. Two campground as well as the Via Ferrata Lake Reintal complete the offer.
There is by the way a pleasant walking trail round Lake Reintal, which takes you about one hour. It leads past fishermen - here in Lake Reintal there are carps, pikes, eels, wels-catfish, zander and various other whitefish. If you would like to extend your walk, you can proceed along the edge of the forest to the Tyrolean Farmhouse Museum in the east of the lake.
Altitude: 564 m a.s.l.
Surface: 29.5 hectares
Maximum depth: 10 m
Water sports: rowing, pedalo-ing