The former miners’ village Bad Häring today is a famous spa town, thanks to its sulfureous and health-promoting spring
Altitude: 630 m a.s.l.
Bad Häring and its component localities Dorf, Osterndorf and Schönau extend on a high plateau between the towns of Wörgl and Kufstein. In the 19th and 20th century, brown coal was exploited here, and in the course of time Bad Häring has become a popular health spa. Both branches are depicted on the municipal coat of arms with crossed golden hammers and two blue cans.
In 1951, a sulfureous and health-promoting spring was found, to which the byname of the village - "Bad" - can be referred to. In 1996, Bad Häring was declared spa town. Its water is beneficial for the treatment of diseases of the locomotor system, rheumatic disorders, joint and vessel damages as well as vertebral injuries. The health and spa centre, located in a hotel, includes swimming pools, a back health path, and an area for medical and therapeutic services, including Cryotherapy.
Particularly popular is the outdoor swimming pool Plitsch Platsch of Bad Häring, including three pools as well as three water slides and a wellness island with whirlpool. In addition, the Haslacher Moor is located only 10 minutes from the village, where you can admire plants such as the yellow iris and the carnivorous sundew. In winter, however, four cross-country ski trails - among them the 5.9 km long panoramic trail - invite you to explore the beautiful landscape.