Thierbach at an altitude of 1150 m is the most idyllic and smallest village in the Wildschönau and also the highest village in the Kitzbühel Alps.
The enchanting hamlet lies hidden away and consists only of the parish church, a few traditional farms, a couple of inns and the primary school with just 9 pupils. Here, in this remote location with only 160 inhabitants, there is endless peace and quiet and a very special atmosphere.
The village in winter could not be more idyllic. Snow-covered farms, the church with its onion roof and the silence have an effect all their own. A carriage ride through the little village is uniquely romantic. One of the most beautiful winter hiking trails leads around the Thierbach Hilltop (a forest family trail). There is no ski lift in Thierbach but skiers who take the ski bus to the Schatzberg ski area in the morning can ski back down to Thierbach via the ski route at the end of the day.
Tips in summer
In the background of the village rises the imposing Gratlspitz mountain, a popular hiking area and the "landmark" of Thierbach. Thierbach is also the starting point for a mountain bike tour or a hike up the Schatzberg. The life of the miners is documented in the show mine. There is much for children to discover among the trees on the forest family trail in Thierbach. There are also a few beautiful guesthouses, farms and appartments in Thierbach.