Tobadill - Holiday in the holidayregion TirolWest

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Tobadill

The small village of Tobadill at 1,136 m above sea level is home to two of Tyrol's most impressive buildings: the 86-meter-high Trisanna Bridge and the Wiesberg Castle, perched high above the entrance to the Paznaun and Stanzer valleys.

Tobadill is a typical mountain village. Enjoy your holiday while hiking through the beautiful natural landscape or skiing in the nearby ski resorts of the Arlberg.

Idyllic village in the middle of the holiday region Tyrol West
Tobadill is located on a wooded hill and has an idyllic center around which the parish church, as well as many hamlets and farms group. The village, first documented in 1275, derives from the Latin "Taveldilli" (small haystack). High above the wild foaming Trisanna, where the Paznauntal flows into the Stanzertal valley, Schloss Wiesberg is built in the 13th century. Next to it is one of the most imposing buildings on the Arlberg line, the 231 m long and 86 m high Trisanna bridge.

Enjoy lush meadows and good air in Tobadill
The townscape of Tobadill is characterized by rural buildings and many chapels in the midst of a beautiful natural landscape. Here, hikers can enjoy the tranquil ambience amidst fields and fields in summer, while skiers can let off steam in the nearby ski areas such as the Arlberg or Ischgl ski areas, as well as in the Venet ski area. In Tobadill you can enjoy the beauty of nature and the pure mountain air in a well-kept village with great views.
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Name:Tourismusverband TirolWest
Street / House number:Hauptplatz 6
Postcode:6511
Town:Zams
Phone:+43.5442.65600
E-Mail:info@tirolwest.at
Website:www.tirolwest.at

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Hike to the Thialkopf

Hike from Tobadill to the imposing mountain Thialkopf, past the Flathalm and chapel on the Zirmegg

Wiesberg Castle

High above the wildly foaming Trisanna River, where the Paznaun Valley flows into the Stanzer Valley, Wiesberg Castle is enthroned on a protruding wooded rock.

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