• Region view Seefeld

    Region view Seefeld

    Information Office Seefeld / Stephan Elsler

Hiking in the Seefeld Region, Tirol

Whether you prefer leisurely hikes or challenging summit climbs, take your pick in Seefeld.

 

Hiking

Seefeld in Numbers

Hiking

Information Office Seefeld / Stephan Elsler
  • Altitude of the plateau approx.
    1,200 m (3,940 ft)
  • Highest point (Birkkarspitze)
    2,749 m (9,019 ft)
  • Hiking & climbing routes
    650 km (400 mi)

When you arrive in the Olympairegion Seefeld, you’ll discover a veritable summer paradise. It truly is a timeless classic in the heart of the Tirolean Alps: Whether you prefer leisurely hikes or challenging summit climbs, take your pick amongst 650 km (400 mi) of walking trails and via ferrata routes in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.

Must-Sees:

  • Porta Claudia: a fortress in Scharnitz valley, built in 1632 during the time of the Thirty Years‘ War and named after the regent of Tirol, Claudia de Medici.
  • Mösern Peace Bell: With over 10 tonnes, this is the largest swinging bell in the Alpine Area. It tolls daily at 5 pm.
Halleranger in Karwendel in the Olympiaregion Seefeld

Halleranger in Karwendel in the Olympiaregion Seefeld

Information Office Seefeld / Stefan Wolf

Must-Dos:

  • Cultural Walking Path (Reith – Leithen – Reith): Discover historical monuments and learn about local history and culture on this beautiful circular walk. At the starting point in Reith, enjoy excellent views of the 90-year old Karwendel railway, which even today is considered to be a masterpiece of engineering. The trail takes about one hour to cover and is suitable for walkers of all levels.
  • The Way of the Cross: This new trail starts at the Parish Church and leads along 14 stations up to Pfarrbichl hill; it takes about 1 hour.
  • Spirit Gorge: Enter a world of ghosts, goblins and gnomes! Take a hike on the 3-kilometre (1.9 mi) long Spirit Gorge Trail in Leutasch to arrive at a roaring waterfall with a drop of 23 metres (75 ft).
Hiking Seefeld

Hiking Seefeld

Information Office Seefeld / Stephan Elsler

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Information Office Seefeld / Stephan Elsler

How to Get There

The closest airports are Munich, Germany (90 minutes transfer time from the airport) and Innsbruck (about 20 minutes transfer time from the airport).

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