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An area of 41 square kilometres has been identified for particular protection - and for good reason, as anyone will quickly realise. With its impressive natural features, the Tyrolean Lech Nature Park is one of the most beautiful and pristine landscapes in the Alps. This wide-ranging natural and near-natural area, complete with characteristic habitats and a large number of rare or endangered species, became the protection goal of the European-wide network of Natura Protected Areas 2000.
The Tyrolean Lech Nature Park makes it easy for visitors to immerse themselves - without a difficult trek - into a very special world: the last wild river landscape in the northern Alpine area. The Tyrolean Lech is unmistakeable! It is the last wild river in the northern Alpine region and is able to do along vast stretches what every mountain rivers was allowed to do a long time ago - spread itself out and forge a path under its own power.
The nature and the landscape in the Tyrolean Lech Nature Park can be discovered through many different ways and means - via idyllic hiking trails, by bike or by a guided tour with one of our experienced Nature Park leaders.
Vast alluvial forests, clear spring lakes and the mountain world of the Allgäu and Lech Valley Alps are among the most beautiful and pristine landscapes in the Alps. Discover the treasures of our nature and our culture.
All events at a glance: use the events calendar to find information about lectures or hikes in the Tyrolean Lech Nature Park. In the Tyrolean Lech Nature Park there really is a lot to see and to discover!
Nestled between the Allgäu and Lech Valley Alps lies the Alpine wild river landscape Lech, known worldwide for its size and shape. Due to its natural dynamic and free creative power, the Lech forms a large area of gravel and sand flats that are always changing. The Lech and its floodplain trees represent a last refuge for many plant and animal species that were once widespread in wild river landscapes.