Durchholzen

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Durchholzen seen from the Zahmer Kaiser mountains

Durchholzen is a village in the municipality of Walchsee in the Austrian state of Tyrol and has 570 inhabitants.

Geography[edit]

The lowest point in the parish is Durchholzen (Schmiedtal) at 650 m, the highest is the Pyramidenspitze mountain at 1,999 m above sea level (AA)

The street names in the village are Durchholzen, Hochberg, Kaiserweg, Liesfeld, Lindenweg, Moosen und Sonnleiten.

Tourism[edit]

In summer the Sommerrodelbahn and a play park are the tourist attractions of the village, in winter the main draws are the ski slopes and lifts on the Zahmer Kaiser.

Coordinates: 47°38′24″N 12°17′14″E / 47.63995°N 12.28735°E / 47.63995; 12.28735