Seefeld in Tirol in summer

Seefeld in Tyrol

Among the most beautiful villages in the Alps, part of the community “Best of the Alpes”, appears Seefeld in Tyrol: it is a picturesque Austrian village located in Innsbruck Land, in the heart of beautiful Northern Tyrol.

Despite being considered a very popular ski resort, with the Rosshütten lift which allows you to reach the area, Seefeld in Tirol is also a very popular destination in summer: the climate is pleasant to say the least and sunny most of the year, allowing everyone holidaymakers to get to know Seefeld in Tirol in every aspect, historical, cultural and above all landscape.


Summer in Seefeld in Tirol

Seefeld in Tirol rises to 1180 m. high on a plateau which, like a natural balcony, overlooks the Inn Valley, with its meadows which in summer are dotted with beautiful Alpine flowers and the peaks that surround it. In particular, the Karwendel, Wettersteine ​​and Mieming mountains can be distinguished.
There are at least 650 kilometers of the vast network of paths that surround Seefeld in Tirol, to be explored on foot, by mountain bike or even on horseback, among mountain huts, lakes and lush woods populated by local fauna.

The first news of Seefeld in Tirol dates back to 1022, when only a fortress existed: only in 1384 did this Austrian municipality acquire notoriety thanks to the miracle within the fifteenth-century Church of S.Osvaldo.

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During a summer holiday in Seefeld in Tirol, the baroque sanctuary of Heligkreuzkirche: at the beginning there was only one cross in the center of the Kreuzsee lake and only in the mid-600th century was the octagonal church built, with the iconic dome that stands out on the green lawn.

From the church you can easily reach the Wildsee, a picturesque lake fed by spring water, surrounded by woods inhabited by squirrels, claryxets, reeds and rushes which constitute the hiding place of wild geese and other aquatic birds. On the southern shore of the lake there is the protected area of Reither Moor, scented with rosemary, sundew, blueberries and mountain pines.

Two overlook the lake lidi, which allow you to take refreshing baths but also have fun on the beach volleyball court, without forgetting the presence of a play area for children and a heated swimming pool. In this regard, we cannot forget the internal and external tanks of the Olympia Sports and Conference Centre, where there is no shortage of opportunities to relax with saunas, hydromassages, Kneipp paths and water games.

Who loves the golf, you can play at the 18-hole Seefeld-Wildmoos golf course or the 9-hole Goldacademy golf course: the common denominator is the Alpine panorama that frames these splendid sports areas.

In Seefeld in Tirol there is no shortage of opportunities to get to know the local culture, as demonstrated by the presence of Museum of Mountain Farmers , Nostalgic exhibition on the Olympics within the Panoramarestaurant Rosshütte, located at 1750 m. high: many objects and documents recall the two winter editions of the Olympic Games, 1964 and 1976. It is a very scenic place, from which you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Karwendel and Wetterstein mountains: next to the building you there is also a children's play area with a mining theme.

If during the day you hear chimes echoing in the Inn Valley, well it is nothing other than the Peace Bell in the neighbourhood Mösern, which is played every day at 17pm sharp. It can be reached by following a path immersed in silence that invites contemplation and represents peace throughout the Alpine area and collaboration between nations.

The more sporty ones, however, will be able to climb aboard theirs mountain bike and travel along the many paths present in the Seefeld in Tirol area: for example, there is the Karwendel Tour which takes cyclists to the heart of the park of the same name and along the Nordkette chain.

Equally beautiful and challenging are the mountain bike routes on the Zugspitze or the stages of the Tyrol Mountain Bike Safari such as the Leermos-Seefeld or the Seefeld-Fulpmes, which respectively cross the Gaistal Valley and the Inntal. The Tillfussalm bike tour instead allows you to cycle towards the mountain hut of the same name, where the writer Ludwig Ganghofer loved to stop.

What to do and what to see

The mountains in summer invite you to take part in hiking excursions in uncontaminated nature and in Seefeld in Tirol the opportunities are many, given the presence of many naturalistic jewels waiting to be discovered, from the lake Rosshutte al Brunschkopf, where there is a wooden viewing platform at 1510 m. high with a view of the Hohe Munde and the Wetterstein peaks.

The walk is very easy and suitable for the whole family Kreuzweg-Wildsee, which turns out to be a real Via Crucis that starts from the Parish Church of Seefeld in Tirol: the destination is the Pfarrhügel hill and during the journey you come across numerous erratic boulders representing the Apostles, depicting some moments of the Passion of Christ, i.e. the Last Supper and the Burial of Jesus. The excursion also allows you to take a tour of the Wildsee lake and visit the Reither Moor peat bog, declared a nature reserve in 1975.

From the tennis court in Seefeld in Tirol wall the 3 Lakes excursion, via path no. 2 which first leads to Lake Mösern, passing through the Gasthof Mentlhof and the Pirschsteig via ferrata. We then continue towards Wildmoos, a plateau at 1320 m. high where the Wildmoos See and Lottensee lakes are surrounded by larch and birch forests: these are two lake mirrors that form in spring when a perfect combination is created between the thaw and the rains that feed the underground karst systems.

The excursion that leads to it is very pleasant Wildmoosalm hut, one of the most picturesque mountain huts in all of Tyrol: the route starts from the parking lot of the Olympiahalle sports hall and passes through the Kirchwald church forest and across large marshy meadows. Near the mountain hut it is also possible to see a small lake, which however forms occasionally: according to the local farmers, its formation depends on the more or less snowy winters.

It is difficult but very satisfying the Seefeldr Spitze hike, i.e. the most famous route that leads to the discovery of the imperial peaks of the Austrian Alps. We start from the Bergbahen Rosshutt ski lift, thanks to which we arrive at the Rosshutte refuge, from which the Seefelder Jochbahn cable car departs and arrives at the Seefelder Joch station at 2064 m. in height. From here starts the actual excursion towards the Seefelder Spitze, from whose summit at 2220 m. above sea level you can enjoy a spectacular view of the town of Seefeld in Tyrol and Tyrol below: on the clearest days you can also see the highest mountain in Germany, the Zugspitze, but also Switzerland and Alto Adige in Italy.

The excursion continues along path B which, passing a long scree, reaches the Harmelekopf pass at 2224 m. high with a view of the glaciers and the Inn valley. A final effort leads to the summit of the Reither Spitze at 2374 m: alternatively you can go down to the Heìarmelekopf cable car at 2045 m. in height and from here to Rosshutte.

There is no summer in Seefeld in Tirol that does not include a I wander among the mountain pastures, along path no. 65, which is quite easy and flat: the first stop is the Bodenalm hut, a lovely mountain house in typical Tyrolean style surrounded by pastures populated by cows and horses. Continuing along the path you arrive at the other mountain hut, the Triendlsaege, passing through the woods and Giessenbach.

It is worth reaching the splendid town of Seefeld in Tirol Mittenwald, defined by Goethe “lively picture book”, due to the presence of frescoed houses that characterize the center of this Tyrolean village. Among all the buildings, one cannot fail to appreciate the old Zur Post hotel and the Rococo-style Church of St. Peter and Paul, with red frescoes on the walls.

From Mittenwal, where the Museum dedicated to the ancient art of luthiers is also worth a visit, you can reach the Leutascher Geisterklamm Gorge: also known as Gola degli Spiriti, due to the legend that it is populated by elves and gnomes, it is 3 km long and is crossed by a thunderous torrent.

The rocky walls that enclose it are high and impervious and are flanked by a suspended platform that allows hikers to admire the gorge from an incredible perspective. The path also leads to cross two suspension bridges, including the Hollbrucke, with the noise of torrential waters and waterfalls interrupting the silence of this splendid naturalistic jewel. If you wish, you can end this excursion near the panoramic Gletscherschliff refuge, for a well-deserved regenerating break.

Among the most beautiful excursions to do in Seefeld in Tirol is the one stage n.10 of the wonderful Eagle Trail, or the Falkenhütte – Karwendelhaus: the route starts from the Falkenhütte refuge and takes walkers towards the Ladizalm hut, dating back to the 16th century. The excursion continues along a mule track until reaching the beautiful maple grove of Kleiner Ahornboden: from this point onwards the most challenging stretch of the route begins which leads to the Untere Filztal valley and from here to the scenic Karwendelhaus refuge.

Equally beautiful is the stage n.11 of the Eagle Trail, Karwendelhaus – Hallerangerhaus: this route takes you to the top of the Birkkarspitze passing through the Schlauchkar glacier area, the Hinterautal valley and the Hallerangerhaus refuge, with particularly challenging sections to overcome with the aid of ropes.

Holidays in Seefeld in Tirol

Those who decide to spend a summer holiday in Seefeld in Tirol must take into account that the village is only a starting point for visiting the entire surrounding area: getting to know every historical and scenic beauty takes time and will be enough 1 weeks to fully enjoy the heritage of Seefeld in Tirol.

In any case, we must not forget that it is one of the most beautiful villages in the Alps on the Austrian side: nothing is missing in Seefeld in Tirol to have fun, among beautiful golf courses golf, casino and shops where you can spend a few afternoons Shopping looking for the best souvenir to take home.

A valid alternative is the market which takes place every Tuesday in the heart of the town, certainly an excellent way to experience the most authentic atmosphere of this Tyrolean town.

Having more time available it is possible in particular to dedicate yourself to walks and excursions, by mountain bike or on foot, to discover the area, and then reach one of the many refuges to taste the typical kitchen Tyrolean.

Absolutely worth trying Pressknödel, i.e. the classic dumplings in a flattened version and with accompanying sauce, i Kasspatzln (cheese dumplings), the gröstl, the sweet omelette Kaiserschmarrn Recipe, Almudler (sugary lemonade) and strudel: a section is dedicated to this last typical dessert festival right in the summer in Seefeld in Tirol, between tastings and cheerful traditional Tyrolean music.

Choosing to take a summer holiday in Seefeld in Tirol means having a wide range of accommodation facilities of all types, from the most luxurious complete with 5-star hotels with wellness area, to the cheapest guesthouses where the atmosphere is more familiar.

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