This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Imst.
Imst, Austria, is an intriguing city located on the Tyrolean Alps, and is known as the City of Fountains since it is home to forty-two fountains that provide fresh drinking water sourced from the springs in the region. Imst also boasts the longest alpine roller coaster in the world, and hosts cultural events regularly, providing fun and entertainment for everyone. The hostels in Imst, Austria, are located at strategic locations that will give you easy access to the River Inn as well as the hiking and skiing adventures in the region, along with a comfortable stay.
When visiting Imst, Austria, a perfect place to begin your exploration is the city itself. Take the guided tour that will take you across the city to visit the fountains, and get a taste of pure water. After you indulge in some water tasting, take the Choo Choo Bear slow train that is a favourite among children, and traverse across Imst to some beautiful places around the city. Visit the Starkenberger Biermythos brewery to taste some local beer, or enjoy the Area 47, Europe biggest adventure playground.
In winter, visit the Hoch-Imst winter resort with your family and enjoy the family-friendly ski routes here. If you are an adrenaline junkie, take on the three-and-a-half-kilometer-long Alpine Coaster that will take you rolling down across the Untermarkter alpine meadow to the surrounding valleys at a thrilling pace. The summer in Imst, Austria, is a perfect time for hiking, climbing, or cycling across the well-marked, two-hundred-sixty-kilometer trails in the region. The Rosengartenschlucht is a five-kilometer walking trail, and is a must-visit where you can enjoy a stunning view of waterfalls and houses cut into rocks, and also be amazed by the astounding blue shade of the Blaue Grotte cave pool. Follow this up with the Three Alpine Huts Tour and explore the Muttekopfhütte, Latschenhütte, and Untermarkter Alm hiking trails.
The hostels in Imst, Austria, are well maintained and provide clean rooms with a kingly breakfast. The spacious rooms in these Imst, Austria hostels are equipped with free Wi-Fi and TV, and the Imst, Austria hostels even provide organised rafting trips to the River Inn. Book your accommodation soon for a hassle-free visit to this city.
Written by local enthusiast for Imst hostelsAaron Barboza