Hiking in Seefeld
The Seefeld - Tirols Hochplateau region lies at an altitude of 1,200 metres and is surrounded by the largest nature park in the Austrian Alps. Here you'll find the Karwendel nature reserve, the Wildmoos nature reserve and the impressive Wetterstein mountain range with no less than 650 km of hiking, mountain climbing and Via Ferrata routes. The walks vary in difficulty but also in duration, so there is a suitable route to find for everyone.
- 650 km of hiking trails
- Different levels of difficulty
- Themed routes for young and old
Various hiking trails
Unique to the Alpine region are the wide and flat "promenade walking paths". These routes do not rise in height, which makes them ideal for hikers of all ages. Parts of the promenade routes are passable in winter as well as in summer. This way the beautiful landscape of Seefeld can be discovered all year round.
Do you prefer to take it higher up? Then choose one of the beautiful hiking routes to the top. After an intense walk, you'll be rewarded with a breathtaking panoramic view of the Tyrolean mountain landscape. View the hiking trails here.
Themed routes for young and old
There are three different themed routes to be found in the surroundings of Seefeld. All three hikes end up at the viewpoint of Brunschkopf and will take you through the beautiful mountainous landscape. The themed routes start in Seefeld, Leutasch and Mösern. Hot day? During the hike, it is possible to cool down in the swimming lakes along the way.
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