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The small community Kolsassberg with its 750 inhabitants is located at 906 meters above sea level “in the south” of our silver region Karwendel – respectively south of the Inn.
Kolsassberg belongs to the parish of Kolsass, lies on the western slope of the Weerbachtal in the Tuxer Prealps and offers not only a magnificent view of the Karwendelgebirge. The municipality comprises the four districts Außerberg, Innerberg, Merans and skyscrapers. Kolsassberg can be reached via the local road through Kolsass, which leads on to the Sagalm (1.712m) at the foot of the “Rote Wand” (2.252m) and then to the Weidener hut (1.799m). At this point, a transition over the Nafingalm and the 2,292 meter high Geiseljoch leads into the Tuxer and Zillertal. This transition was of great importance in times past.
The “Rettenberg Castle Ruins” is the most significant historic building in Kolsassberg. The castle was built in 1429 by Florian Waldauf. Meanwhile, only a few remnants of the stunning building are present, which is now privately owned. The ruin Rettenberg is well known for the popular “Schlossfest”, which takes place every year on the third weekend of July – but this festival is a unique highlight in the region.
The small mountain church in Kolsassberg can already be seen from a greater distance. It was inaugurated in 1974 and is very popular for family celebrations such as weddings and baptisms because of its original family style.