In the hamlet of Wildbichl there is the homonymous wildlife park, where you can observe animals of the Alpine region.
Altitude: 738 m a.s.l.
Niederndorferberg is a calm village on a hilltop site above the Unterinntal valley, at the border to Bavaria. Once upon a time, this place used to be called Ebbersberg, referring to the Lords of Ebbs, eternalized on the municipal coat of arms. Its colours - white and red - point to the sense of belonging to Tyrol, while the white-blue rhombuses remind on the former Bavarian possessors.
In the hamlet of Wildbichl there's the Wildbichl Wildlife Park in an untouched high-altitude valley. On an area of 80,000 sqm you can watch animals of the Alps, such as red deer, lynx and boars. An educational nature trail shows you 60 different types of trees and bushes, and together with the children's playground and the adjacent tavern there's everything you need for a carefree day.
Also worth to be visited is the Hatzenstädt Dairy, which has won several prizes in cheese competitions. Today, it has dedicated itself to organic products and produces cheese, butter and buttermilk. Once a week, also fresh bread is baked. At the alpine dairy starts the "Öko Kultur Weg" theme trail, providing information on nature, agriculture and culture of this area, representative also for other mountain farm settlements. In winter, the village awaits you with beautiful winter hiking trails and two nearby skiing areas: Zahmer Kaiser and SkiWorld Wilder Kaiser - Brixental.