Ebbs, Tirol, municipality in the district of Kufstein, alt. 475 m, pop. 4,457 (1981: pop. 3,750), area 40.05 km2, summer resort (186,735 overnight stays) in Inn Valley, north of Kufstein, at the foot of Zahmer Kaiser mountain. - Wood processing (building industry, sawmills, furniture manufacturing), shoe manufacture and trade, clothes factory, printing works, hotel and restaurant trade; Oberaudorf-Ebbs run-of-river power station run by the Austro-Bavarian Power Station AG (founded in 1992, 134,000 MWh); "Fohlenhof" (largest Haflinger stud-farm in Europe). - Baroque church (1748-1756) with ceiling frescoes by J. A. Moelk (1750) and altars, pulpit and sculptures by J. M. Lengauer; late Gothic pilgrimage church of St. Nikolausberg (first documented mention 1361) with late Gothic murals; small zoo with exotic animals, nature reserve, Kaiser mountain range, Wagrain castle (originally Gothic residence, rebuilt in 1862).
Literature#G. Anker, Ebbs - Tirol, 1988; R. Stadler, 700 Jahre Schloss Wagrain, 1993.