Hiking in Seefeld in Tirol
On the Seefeld high plateau at 1,200 m, framed by the Karwendel Nature Park, the Wildmoos nature reserve, the mighty Wetterstein Mountains and the Hohe Munde mountain, you will discover numerous hiking trails in untouched nature.
Seefeld in Tirol is a true hiking paradise: in summer there are over 650 kilometres of hiking, mountain and climbing routes through the impressive nature. In all levels of difficulty and for all ages. In addition to steep mountain trails, the region also delights with partially accessible panorama trails and unique themed trails. On the way you will find over 60 cosy huts and alpine pastures for a relaxed and enjoyable stop.
Hiking paradise Seefeld in Tirol
The Olympiaregion Seefeld in Tirol was awarded the Mountain Path and Hiking Trail Seal of Approval by the State of Tyrol - and not without reason: on holiday in Seefeld you have an excellent hiking region with excellent sign postings and careful maintenance of all paths.
From flat, barrier-free panoramic trails for toddlers and people with restricted mobility to high-altitude trails and climbing routes. Many culinary options are also provided on the mountain: 60 huts and mountain pastures look forward to your visit and will spoil you with delicious Tyrolean home cooking.
Panoramic and themed trails
In addition to demanding mountain tours, which often lead to dizzying heights, there are also easy hikes near the valley. The easy, wide and flat panoramic trails in the Seefeld in Tirol region, which are unique in the Alpine region, are particularly suitable for families.
A hiking highlight for young and old are also the three star-shaped themed trails, which each start in Seefeld, Leutasch and Mösern and meet together at the Brunschkopf. On the way you can also treat yourself to a refreshment in one of the natural swimming lakes Möserer See, Wildsee or Lottensee.
The Karwendel Nature Park
A special experience is a trekking and long-distance hiking tour in the Karwendel Nature Park, which takes you into pristine nature and offers one magnificent panorama after the other.
The Karwendel Nature Park opens up an incredibly wide variety of flora and fauna, with rocky mountain formations and dense forests, gentle alpine meadows and rustic places to take a break, such as the Karwendelhaus at a viewpoint at the end of the Karwendel Valley. Despite the often demanding climbs, the natural paradise that is on offer is always worth the effort.