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Recreational activities in the Olympiaregion Seefeld

Sport and leisure amid pristine nature

For those who love hiking, walking or climbing, no fewer than 650 kilometres of marked hiking trails, mountaineering routes and via ferratas covering all levels of difficulty offer the chance to enjoy the natural beauty of the Olympiaregion to the fullest. In addition, the Nordic Walking and Running Arena, with its 266 kilometres of sign-posted routes, provides an ideal opportunity for exercise in the great outdoors.

More than 570 kilometres of cycling and mountain biking routes offer the chance to explore the stunning natural landscape on two wheels. From easy-going family routes, to challenging cycle trips and mountain-bike tours, the Seefeld plateau is considered to be of the most multifaceted biking areas in the Alps. Those who prefer to take it easy can rent an e-bike and explore the area without working up too much of a sweat.

For golf aficionados the region boasts fantastic fairways and greens set against a breathtaking mountain backdrop. As a member of Austria’s elite ‘Leading Golf Courses’ association, and ranked as one of the ‘Top 100 Golf Courses’ in the world, the 18-hole Seefeld-Wildmoos course is a veritable jewel. Superb playing conditions can likewise be enjoyed on Seefeld-Reith Golf Club’s challenging 9-hole course, which is also open to non-members. Both golf courses, in addition, offer tailor-made courses for children, beginners and proficient players.

Seefeld das Familienskigebiet

Hiking, climbing and more...

Hiking and climbing in the Olympiaregion Seefeld Mösern - unlimited hiking!

Embedded in the mountain ranges of the Wetterstein, the Karwendel Alpine Park and in the Wildmoos nature reserve, the Olympiaregion Seefeld is the ideal "base camp" for those who want to experience "more".

Hiking in Mösern, known as the "Swallow's Nest of Tyrol" with a breathtaking south-facing slope, is the ideal starting point for hikes and walks such as to Lake Lottensee or the Möserersee, one of the warmest bathing lakes in Tyrol.

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Tips for rainy days

Things to do in bad weather

Rainy weather is sometimes quite nice, unless you have other (vacation) plans. However, spontaneous weather changes are by no means uncommon, especially in the mountains - our varied rain program therefore offers really impressive experiences even in bad weather:

Particularly atmospheric places, a wide entertainment program, fascinating workshops, regional shopping opportunities, excellent wellness offers and culinary diversity put together a varied alternative program across all five villages in the region. With the right attitude, rain is even a piece of heaven on hand.




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