SunOrama & Adlerhorst

Enjoy an Eagle's Eye View

Sensational Panoramic Views

Adlerhorst is the German word for ‘eyrie’, that is the nest of an eagle. The viewing platform built on the Drischlsteig path (part of the Eagle’s Way long-distance walking trail), which is accessed via a 200-metre walking path directly from the top station of the Alpjoch gondola lift, offers breathtaking views of the Muttekopf nature 

protection area. The SunOrama at the top station of the Alpjochbahn lift offers spectacular views, pleasant seating areas for enjoyable picnics, comfortable sun loungers – and a location 2,100 metres above sea level to boot! Both viewing platforms can be easily accessed by the brand-new gondola lift.

Aussicht vom Adlerhorst

SunOrama & Adlerhorst

The SunOrama panoramic sun terrace welcomes you to the mountains right next to the Alpjoch top station of the Imst Mountain Lifts.

There are lots of inviting seats and loungers on the sun terrace, so the moment of pleasure lasts as long as possible and the impressions can have a lasting effect.

The Adlerhorst is just a few metres from the Alpjoch top station and is easily accessible even for inexperienced mountaineers. It towers 8 metres into the air and its footbridge is 13 metres long. Anyone who can put two and two together knows that the result is an exhilarating alpine highlight with a fantastic view.



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