The Seefeld Olympia Region is one of the most beautiful walking areas in the Alps, boasting 650 km of cleared and maintained walking trails and an abundance of opportunities for all levels of walking. The Tourist Information Offices in Seefeld and the surrounding area run an excellent weekly walking programme, from gentle strolls and cultural walks to more demanding routes over the Wildmoos plateau, through the Karwendel Gorge, or over the area's highest peaks. All walks in this superb programme are led by a qualified mountain guide and cost from approx. €12 per person per day. Full details of the extensive programme and how to register for the walks, are available from the Seefeld Tourist Information Office.
If you do intend to join some of these walks please make sure you bring comfortable walking boots with ankle support, waterproof clothing, a day rucksack and water bottle.
Seefeld is a great base for an Austrian adventure - set on a sunny plateau surrounded by three different mountain ranges. You'll love the views and we won’t blame you.
Once an old trade route between Bavaria in the north and the Tirol in the south – Seefeld's got great access to the wider region. Local trains can take you over the German border to nearby Mittenwald - while Innsbruck is only a 20-minute ride away.
Back in the village, daytimes are great for window shopping and wandering through the pedestrian district. In the evenings you could try your luck in the casino or simply enjoy a get-together at one of Seefeld’s bars or restaurants.
Out and about - Seefeld and the Olympiaregion is a walker’s paradise with 650km of hiking trails. Gentle rolling hills covered in pretty Alpine flowers and challenging mountains give you loads of different options and reasons for stretching your legs. And the nearby villages of Reith, Mösern and Leutasch are great spots to grab a bite for lunch along the way.
There are countless lakes in the region, including Wildsee and Möserersee which you can even take a dip in. If you prefer though there’s the lakeside heated outdoor pool of Strandperle with great views over the lake. Golfers have 2-courses to choose from including the 18-hole Seefeld-Wildmoos championship course.
Keep an eye out for the many events happening throughout the summer in Seefeld including the Seefeld Flower Parade on the first Saturday of August.
With the Olympiaregion Seefeld Card (that you receive free from your hotel) you’ll benefit from reductions on local bus fares, entrances to attractions, cable cars, leisure facilities, mountain bike rental and golf course green fees.
For summer 2016
Stay at either Hotel Kaltschmid or Hotel Bergland and explore the Olympiaregion and beyond with the Seefeld Discovery package. The package includes a trip to Germany to visit Neuschwanstein’s fairytale castle and home of the passion plays Oberammergau. You’ll also have a chance to stop off at the beautiful lakeside town of Achensee and take a trip up the Ötz Valley to the glacier.
Must book before 27th April 2016.
Top 3 accommodations in Seefeld
Family & Spa Resort Alpenpark
from £584 per person
from £541 per person
Activ Hotel Krinserhof
from £229 per person
€50 hotel credit
Special offers for summer 15
Free summer card: Free guest card for all guests staying in Seefeld giving free admission and discounts on many activities in the Olympiaregion.