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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.


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.


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