Welcome to Fieberbrunn
Mountains and valleys, water and rocks: these characterize Fieberbrunn and its surroundings. Herein lies the attraction of the village. For leisure or a holiday this region enchants everyone. Whether you are an adventurer or an active athlete, an individual hiker or a family with children - the most beautiful weeks of the year can be enjoyed in Fieberbrunn. Whether in summer or in winter, we know what holidaymakers want in Fieberbrunn!
The most important links for Fieberbrunn are summarized below.
The KITZBÜHELER ALPEN take in the area between the Zillertal in the west and the Zeller Lake in the east. To the south the Kitzbüheler Alps are separated from the Venediger group by the Gerlospass and Salzachtal. Through the Kitzbüheler Ache, the Kitzbüheler Alps are divided into the Glemmtaler Alps in the east (Salzburg) and the Kelchsauer Alps in the west. For more than a hundred years, guests have come to the Kitzbüheler Alps for skiing. The region around Kitzbühel has developed into one of the largest skiing areas in the world. The cable cars and lifts are of the most modern standard. The ski region has the charm of the romantic villages, the beautiful valleys, the rustic huts and, of course, the snowy mountains. You can also enjoy the good food, without being on skis!
The PILLERSEETAL is located in the north-eastern part of Tyrol, on the border with the state of Salzburg and Bavaria. The 5 villages of Fieberbrunn, Hochfilzen, St. Jakob in Haus, St. Ulrich am Pillersee and Waidring have become an all-year holiday region around the Lake Pillersee. In short, the PillerseeTal is a varied destination, ideal for a holiday with the family, a picture book landscape coupled with modern leisure facilities.
FIEBERBRUNN: Originally, the area around Fieberbrunn was called "Pramau", which means in old-German "brambles". The name is a typical name for an infertile region, which it was before the first settlement. The place name "Fieberbrunn" did came up after 1354. According to a legend the Tyrolean Duchess Margarethe Maultasch was healed from fever by the water of a spring on the church hill. The coat of arms symbolizes the name of the municipality, which owes its origin to the healing power of the well.
Over 100 years of skiing history
The birth of skiing in Fieberbrunn started in the winter of 1903/04. In this first verifiable winter season, there were two events that would lead to the development of winter sports in Fieberbrunn. The Fieberbrunner mountain,the Wildseeloder, was used in the winter by a ski group from Munich. The second event was a military course under the direction of the then world-famous skier, Colonel Georg Bilgeri. In recent years Fieberbrunn has developed into a modern wintersports resort.
Friends and links
|TVB Pillerseetal Kitzbüheler Alpen||www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com/pillerseetal|
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