Brief characteristic of Jungholz:
Jungholz came to Tyrol in 1342 through the sale of the Wertacher Hermann Häselin to Heinz Lochpühler from the Tannheimer Tal as an enclave in the German territory. The 294 inhabitant community is Tyrol's first herbal mountain village. In summer it is above all the hikes and the herbs that make young wood attractive. In winter the snow enchants the mountain village. Hiking and skiing is the order of the day. With the help of the modern snowmaking system, snow is guaranteed.