A hiking break on the Tyrol’s largest high plateau

An unforgettable walking experience through the unspoilt natural beauty of the Tyrolean mountains. 

Its unique location alone makes the Olympiaregion Seefeld a veritable hikers’ paradise. Nestling amidst the mountains of the Wetterstein range, the Alpenpark Karwendel nature reserve and the Wildmoos landscape conservation area, the south-facing high plateau offers the ideal ‘base camp’ for seasoned and aspiring mountain enthusiasts alike. With over 650 kilometres of marked walking, hiking and climbing routes covering all levels of difficulty and over 60 Alpine huts and farmhouses where walkers can stop for food and drink, the region has everything visitors need for unforgettable, close-to-nature experiences.

With routes ranging from gentle trails for beginners and families to challenging mountain bike tracks, the Seefeld high plateau is one of the most multi-faceted destinations for those who like to get to know a country and its culture on two wheels. The 570 kilometres of trails and paths offer unparalleled views and pristine scenery (for example in the Karwendel Alpine Park). During your tour you can stop and taste mouth-watering local mountain produce and be proud of your sporting accomplishments, no matter how big or small. These are the ‘ingredients’ for an unforgettable day in the saddle!