Welcome to Apart BergRaich!

Our house, BergRaich, is located at the peaceful entrance to the Pitztal valley.
Here we have lovingly furnished two beautiful apartments to comfortably meet your needs.
Additional relaxation is provided by a sauna, infrared cabin, and a wonderful panoramic view of the Tyrolean mountains.
We cordially invite you to enjoy our home and we look forward to welcoming you as our guests!

Carina Stecher and Olympic champion Mario Stecher along with David and Luis

Families

Our “BergRaich” also offers plenty for our smaller guests. Whether it’s summer or winter, our home is surrounded by nature so your children can play outdoors and have adventures in the nearby forest. In nice weather, we invite you to make use of the playground or the tennis court at Carina’s parent’s house, Ferienhof Raich.

You can also have an adventure on an excursion to Area 47, or to the longest summer toboggan run in the Alps, the AlpineCoaster, in Hoch-Imst. Pitztpark, Zirbenpark, and XP Park also offer plenty of excitement in the Pitztal valley!

Relax

After an eventful day in the mountains, give your body and soul a well-deserved rest in the sauna and infrared cabin and let your spirit soar free in the relaxation room.

The spacious garden with a view of the fascinating Tyrolean mountains offers you an environment to recharge your strength and energy, and brighten your spirit and mind.

Pitztal valley

Whether you prefer skiing or tobogganing, the Hochzeiger ski resort offers family-friendly activities.

Besides many extensive slopes, the Pitztal Glacier boasts the highest café in Austria: “Café 3,440” offers a wonderful view over the mountains of the Pitztal valley.

You can also recharge your batteries by cross-country skiing on the Pillar, along the Pitztaler Ache, on the high-altitude trails on Rifflsee (Lake Riff), or on the Pitztal Glacier.

Olympic Champion Mario Stecher

Vacation with the Olympic champion—Mario Stecher is a two-time Olympic champion and a two-time world champion in the Nordic Combined. Since retiring in 2015, after 22 years as one of the world’s leading professional athletes, he has been working as an expert for Nordic Combined at the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation and holds talks on the topic of “Ausdauernd erfolgreich” (Perseveringly successful)—also the title of his book, published in 2015.