Where the Brixentaler Ache joins the Inn and the valley becomes wide and expansive, lies the town of
with 13,000 inhabitants, one of the largest municipalities
. Wörgl is one of the most important shopping centers in the Tyrolean lowlands. Situated in the Hohe Salve vacation region , Wörgl is Wörgl is the perfect starting point for a wealth of hiking and cycling tours. In addition to enjoyable routes in the valley, the family-friendly ascent to the local mountain Möslalmkogel or a tour to the Hohe Salve (1,829 metres) with its magnificent views are highly recommended. For winter sports enthusiasts, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental is just a stone’s throw away in winter. Incidentally, the town of Wörgl is the birthplace of free money! Freigeld was an alternative currency that was introduced in Wörgl in the 1930s during the Great Depression by the then mayor Michael Unterguggenberg. The idea was simple: the municipality issued free money bills, which were accepted as a means of payment in the region. Free money was a great success. In the first few months after its introduction, demand for labor increased, the economy flourished and unemployment fell. However, the experiment was soon banned by the authorities. Photo: Adobe Stock / leszekglasner

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