Seefeld: Holidays with a viewSurrounded by the mighty Wetterstein massif and the Karwendel Alpine Park, the Seefeld Olympia Region nestles on a sunny high-altitude plateau, comprising the holiday villages of Leutasch, Mösern/Buchen, Reith, Scharnitz and Seefeld. The renowned Seefeld Olympia Region is synonymous with superb cross-country skiing since it hosted the Nordic competitions of Olympic Winter Games already twice. Also Alpine skiers feel at ease on the rather small but comfy ski mountains – as well as winter walkers, ski mountaineers and snowshoe hikers. In the summer, the magic landscape with a picture-book Alpine lake in its center lends itself to outstanding walking, hiking, biking and golfing. Holders of the Seefeld Olympia Region Card enjoy varied discounts on sports, activities and cultural events.
Sunny vacation amid forests, lakes and pasturesIf you have ever spent a summer day on the shores of Möserer See lake, you will come back for sure: embedded in a fabulous forest at about 5 km from Seefeld – above the hamlet of Mösern – unlimited water fun (average temperature: 20°C) is guaranteed in one of Tirol's warmest and most scenic swimming lakes. Varied other Alpine lakes like Wildsee, Weidachsee, Wildmoossee and Lottensee are an absolute must-see when it comes to a memorable summer vacation in the Seefeld Olympia Region.
The scenic Seefeld Olympia Region with its holiday villages of Leutasch, Mösern/Buchen, Reith, Scharnitz and Seefeld, nestles on a sunny high-altitude plateau which makes a real heaven for all kinds of sports and activities. Choose from 200 kilometers of mountain bike routes, 266 kilometers of running & nordic walking tracks, an 18-hole golf course and a 9-hole Golf Academy located right next to Seefeld's pedestrian area. The area also boasts 650 kilometers of marked mountain hiking, climbing and walking routes plus 60 serviced mountain inns. Enjoy a great mountain summer at the heart of the Karwendel Alpine Park . A true insider's tip: don't miss out on the picture-book walking routes in Leutasch or Gaistal – the Alpine pastureland renowned in all of Tirol.