The beautiful town of Going is enveloped by the Kitzbühel Alps to the south and the Wilder Kaiser mountain range to the north. Going is 795 metres above sea level and 19 km from the hotel. Going's idyllic location includes the hamlets of Schwendt, Aschau, Prama, Sonnseite and Schattseite. When the town was first mentioned in the 12th century it was under the name "Gouwingen". Today Going is extremely popular, not least for the impressive mountain panorama.

The most beautiful natural lake for bathing in Tyrol is the bathing lake in Going. It gets its water from the natural spring of the Wilder Kaiser mountain range. The water temperature reaches a pleasant 24 degrees and besides the white sand, there is also an adventure playground and the largest beach volleyball area in western Austria.

Further highlights of nature are the Schleier waterfall, which is a mecca for extreme hikers as well as the Hintersteiner lake.

Going is, thanks to the "Stanglwirt" a well-known town. The "Stanglwirt" celebrated its 400th birthday in 2009 and thanks to this bio and wellness hotel Going has become a well-known town. In 2009, "Skiresort Service International" crowned a top resort. Around 70 ski resorts in 8 countries were tested. The winner was Brixental in the Wilder Kaiser ski area.

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