The Tramser Weiher in the Upper Inntal valley is a popular lake for bathing and a habitat for rare animal and plant species.
Image gallery: Trams Pond
If you proceed from the town of Landeck towards Landeck Castle, at the cross-road before the castle a road leads to the "Trams". On this highland above Zams and Landeck, beside a hotel, you can also find a little lake, called Trams Pond or Tramser Weiher.
It is an old, artificial water reservoir, which was installed for the irrigation of fields. Today, it is merely a recreation area and a lake for bathing, offering a beautiful lawn and an adventure playground. The pond is freely accessible. If you want to reach it by foot, you can take the path from Landeck to the lake (approx. 30 minutes), providing a great panoramic view on the valley basin, or you can choose the Trams Trail (Tramsweg, 40 minutes) starting in Zams.
Representing a habitat for rare animal and plant species, Lake Trams is worth to be protected. Animals that live in this place are the crayfish, the swan mussel and various dragonflies. In the water, there are numerous fish including carps, tench, pikes, basses and pikeperches.
Altitude: 950 m a.s.l.
Surface: 1 hectare
Maximum depth: 3 m
Water sports: no