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Holidays with dogs

Holidays in PillerseeTal, where pets are also welcome

Holidays with dogs? No problem in PillerseeTal. Numerous landlords in the region warmly welcome you and your four-legged friends. Endless hiking trails across Alpine meadows and over hedge and ditch are waiting to be discovered. Cool mountain streams bring welcome refreshment on hot summer days.

PillerseeTal- Holidays with dogs

Dog dirt disposal

  • checkIt is the duty of each and every owner to dispose of the dog dirt. Numerous bag dispensers are available for this along the hiking and footpaths.

  • checkWhy? Dog dirt contains bacteria, which make the hey unusable and the cows sick. It is also a messy souvenir on every shoe sole!

  • checkIn winter, too, dog dirt must be removed to avoid unnecessary clean-up efforts in spring.

Holidays with the dog in PillerseeTal

Holidays with the dog in PillerseeTal

All throughout the Region PillerseeTal we would like to point out that leashes are strictly mandatory on all public roads and paths, in summer as in winter.

To ensure that everyone gets along without any trouble, we kindly ask you to keep the hiking trails clean (summer as winter) and to use the poop bag dispensers put up for this purpose.

Ask your landlord for the latest Info flyer "Holidays with dogs" or pick one up in one of the tourism offices of PillerseeTal. In it you’ll find lots of useful advice about leashes being mandatory, dog-friendly swimming spots, accommodation as well as contact details for care-service or vets.

Exceptions to leashes being mandatory in Fieberbrunn

  • checkLeashes are not mandatory outside of the indicated limits. A general map with the area charted is available in the tourism office and Fieberbrunn town hall.

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Out and about by bus, train and cable car

Of course, dogs can also travel on public transport and the cable cars of the region, but leashes and muzzles are mandatory and that for dogs both big and small. Please make sure that other passengers are not bothered or inconvenienced by your pet and that your dog does not damage anything.

Out and about on the mountain with the dog

Being out and about with your dog in the great outdoors is not only fun, but also decidedly healthy. Generally, you can use all hiking and footpaths in PillerseeTal with your dog. Please note, however, that leashes are mandatory throughout the region and the hiking trails are of course also used by other nature lovers. But if everyone keeps to the rules, there is nothing in the way of everyone getting along!

To keep in mind:

  • checkMuzzles mandatory on cable cars, buses or trains

  • checkLeashes mandatory on all hiking trails

  • checkMountain streams make for great refreshment on hot summer days - for dogs and owners. Please note that not all swimming lakes and waters are allowed for dogs.

  • checkStaying overnight in lodges: Please ask the respective lodge landlord first whether sleeping places are available for your dog. In the dormitory, dogs are strictly taboo.

Proper conduct when encountering Alpine cattle

Confrontations between dogs and grazing cattle are always possible in pasture regions. Here we have briefly summarised what to do in an emergency:

  • If the animal is approaching: Keep calm, do not turn your back and slowly leave the grazing grounds.
  • Take the leash off your dog or let go of the leash if you think the cow is about to attack!
  • In absolute emergencies hit the cow on the nose with a purposeful blow from your hiking pole.

Dog-friendly swimming lakes & waters

On hot summer days, it’s tempting to cool of in the refreshing waters. At Pillersee in St. Ulrich am Pillersee four-legged friends are also welcome and can cool off in the around 18° cool water. The numerous mountain streams also beckon to cool off during a walk or a mountain tour. The other swimming lakes in the region are unfortunately not open to dogs.

Here, dogs are a welcome guests:

  • checkPillersee in St. Ulrich am Pillersee (only on the leash, NOT in the swimming area!)

  • checkWiesensee in Hochfilzen (on the leash)

  • checkWaldbad Gieringer pond in Kitzbühel

  • checkWalchsee (separate dog beach on the eastern shore)

Dog care service

Vet, dog food & more

Dog food and other important dog supplies are available in all major supermarkets as well as at BIPA and in the warehouse in neighbouring St. Johann in Tirol, at "Fressnapf".

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