High above Weerberg there’s the Nafing Mountain Hut with the eponymous lake, a beautiful hiking destination.
Altitude: 882 m a.s.l.
Weerberg is a charming recreation village, located on a low mountain range terrace in the Lower Inn Valley, above the village of Weer. Due to its position at the foot of the 2,506 m high Gilfert mountain, you enjoy a fabulous view on the valley, often also to Innsbruck, and as this area is rather calm it is also a perfect place for those who seek relaxation and recreation. Lush meadows, the surrounding mountains and the crystal clear mountain air also pull their weights.
The well-marked hiking paths and MTB trails offer you ideal conditions for experiencing the mountains in the surroundings. Particularly popular with mountain bikers is the course from Pill to Weerberg, and further on to the Weidener Refuge (1,799 m a.s.l.) above the village. A beautiful hiking destination, however, is the Nafing Mountain Hut with the turquoise Lake Nafing at almost 2,000 m a.s.l. For those who love skiing, there are the Hüttegg and the Schwanner Ski Lifts in Weerberg as well as the Kellerjoch Skiing Area, 10 km away, featuring 14 km of ski slopes.
In Weerberg there's a charming old wooden house, called Rablhaus, which houses the Museum of Local History. It is a tastefully renovated sacristan's building dating back to the 16th century and provides an interesting insight into farmers' life of former times. Equally worth to be visited is the ancient St. Peter Church on a hilltop. It offers a great panoramic view on the Inn Valley and dates back to the 13th century. In 1749 AD, the church was renovated and extended.