Rambling hiking routes across forest paths and up to the highest summits – your hiking holiday in Tyrol promises to be an unforgettable experience. The Seefeld high plateau, Karwendel nature park, the Wettersteingebirge and the landscape conservation area of Wildmoos offer countless tours and routes. They have one thing in common, regardless of length and difficulty – the breathtaking mountain panorama, the clear air and the unique moments you enjoy while hiking in Tyrol’s pristine nature.
You’re looking for a challenge in Tyrol’s mountains? Get your money’s worth on select, challenging routes as a motivated summiteer. Steep ascents, narrow trails and rises on 2,500 altitude metres and more await you in the Tyrolean Alps. Surefootedness and an absolute head for heights are required on many tours. A 360-degree view across the Tyrolean Alps beyond compare awaits you on the summit as a reward. It’s certainly worthwhile to tackle the adventure mountain holiday in Seefeld.
The numerous easy hikes at Seefeld are a bit less demanding, but just as spectacular. Numerous hiking trails for indulgence hikers and families ranging from snug meadow loop tours to adventurous paths through gorges to a stage of the Way of St James can be found in the Tyrolean mountains.
Whether you want to embark on a neat little hiking tour with your children or travel through high alpine terrain for several days while mountain hiking, stopping by one of the many huts most definitely is a must. The hut-keepers in our surroundings are looking forward to spoiling you with regional delicacies.
Feel like a hiking holiday in Tyrol? All our doors are open for an unforgettable stay at AlpenParks Alpina Seefeld! Take a look at the pictures of our webcam to get an impression of our beautiful region and learn more about our current offers.