Abbey Stams and Mieming

Hand weaving in Karrösten: the family’s grandfather was a weaver in Imst.

He established his own weaving business in 1932 after visiting a weaving school and adjoining practice in the Tiroler Heimatwerk, the Tyrolean association if cottage industry. The business only uses natural fibres such as cotton, linen, and wool. Tel.: 0043 (0) 5412 65809 Schatz family. Can also open outside normal hours by prior arrangement. Please book in advance. Guided tours are free of charge.

Continue on via the Mieming Plateau. Enjoy a cosy stop-off at the Moosalm restaurant, located right on the edge of a forest. Can be reached easily by bus. Take a carriage ride or simply stroll through the shaded forest. This stop-off is all about feeling cosy and convivial.

Kutschenfahrt Moosalm carriage rides. Please book in advance on 043 (0) 5264 5688 (in Gasthaus Moosalm guest house). Individual packages are available on request.

Option of visiting the house featured in television series Bergdoktor. The house is just a façade. Guided tours of individual filming locations can be arranged by special request.

Continue on to Telfs before returning to Landeck with a stop at Stift Stams Cistercian monastery. This is one of the most famous monasteries in Tyrol, along with the Premonstratensian Stift Wilten in Innsbruck and the Benedictine Mount St. George’s Abbey in Schwaz. In previous centuries, Stift Stams was a spiritual and cultural centre for Tyrol, and many key spiritual and cultural impulses still come from there today. Visitors with an interest in cultural matters are in for a treat at Stams, with a whole host of sights. Please book in advance on 00 (0) 5263 / 56972 oder 6242