The Tannheimer Valley serves as the starting point of the famous Bike Trail Tyrol, which takes you across North and East Tyrol
Altitude: 1,087 m a.s.l.
Zöblen is located at the northern side of the Tannheimer Valley and represents the smallest municipality of the valley. Here, every year in June you can see the Sacred Heart Fires on the mountain slopes: The custom dates back to a pre-Christian time, and reminds today the pledge given to the Heart of Jesus during the Tyrolean Freedom Fights in the 18th century.
In summer, Zöblen is - like the entire Tannheimer Valley - meeting point for those who love nature. There are plenty of hiking trails in the valley able to satisfy every needs, taking to the peaks of the mighty Tannheim Mountains. A particularly popular destination is the Stuiben-Senn Alp with dairy, located at 1,359 m a.s.l. The path leads you from Zöblen to the entrance of the Pontental valley. On a forest trail you can proceed to the Stuiben-Senn Alp. The total walking time is 3.5 hours.
However, also cyclists are attracted by this beautiful area, as 15 bike routes with a total of 150 km and the connection to the neighbouring Allgäu are available. Among them there's also the Tannheimer Valley Cycle Route in the valley basin. Furthermore, the valley is the starting point of the new Bike Trail Tyrol, representing the longest continuous round course for mountain bikers in the alpine area. In winter, Zöblen offers together with Schattwald a small but mighty skiing area: the Schattwald-Zöblen Skiing Area featuring 15 km of slopes and a 250 m long toboggan run.