Schattwald

Schattwald

Schattwald is a municipality with 425 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2016) in the district Reutte in Tirol (Austria) and the last or most westerly town in the Tannheim Valley, through which flows the Vils. It is located east of Bad Hindelang (Bayern) leading Oberjochpasses so he is just east of the border with Germany. The settlement area of ​​the municipality is spread over several small villages and hamlets. The municipality own power plant supplies the whole Tannheim with electrical energy. Schattwald is a two seasonal tourism community. In winter Schattwald may have the largest slope area, divided into a total of 5 lifts, along with Zöblen. Schattwald also has the oldest ski school in the Tannheim Valley.

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