The village Seefeld in Tyrol is always worth a visit. Stroll through the lively pedestrian area and stop by one of the numerous shops, cafés and bars. In the evening the Seefeld casino invites to fun & entertainment in alpine atmosphere. Beyond the quaint village Seefeld there’s so much to experience in the surrounding region.
That’s why we compiled 5 (insiders’) tips for you that are definitely worth a visit.
A trip to the Leutascher Geisterklamm gorge, only a brief drive from Seefeld, is a special tip for tourists with guests. An exploration tour through breathtaking crevices, inhabited by gorge ghosts, water dwarfs and water fairies, awaits you there. Your children will love this adventure – and you get to enjoy a brief hike through this natural phenomenon. Find all details about the Geisterklamm here.
Not really an insiders’ tip among the sights anymore, but definitely always worth a trip – the Rosshütte in Seefeld. The funicular railway brings you to the Rosshütte via the Kaltwassersee. There you can decide whether you want to start another hike up to the Seefelder Joch, take the cable car even further uphill or maybe even have a rest stop straightaway? Additionally, summer offers a mountain tour from the Rosshütte via the Seefelder Joch onto the Seefelder Spitze (an approximate 1.5-hour hike with around 450 altitude metres). The clear winter air attracts sporty activities in winter, too, when skiers and snowboards enjoy white entertainment.
Visit the Peace Bell in Mösern an approximately five-minute drive from AlpenParks Alpina Seefeld. It is situated on the western hill in Mösern at approx. 1,250 altitude metres, thereby offering an astounding view across the Tyrolean Inn Valley. Embark on the approx. 90-minute Peace Bell hiking trail and listen to the sounds of the bell, which stands for peace and good neighbourhood, every day at 5 pm. The municipality Seefeld has additional information in store for you.
Declared natural monument in 1926, the Wildsee lake remains a well-known and popular destination amidst Tyrol’s unique natural sites. While the Wildsee might not by a swimming spot for all holiday guests with water temperatures usually at around 20 degrees, it is still very popular as the starting point for an idyllic walk. The directly adjacent public lido with heated outdoor pool invites to some swimming as well. Swimming in the cool water and relish in the panoramic view of the surrounding mountain scenery.
The Tyrolean capital Innsbruck is about a 25-minute drive from Seefeld. The famous Goldenes Dachl aside, the city offers numerous other sights. Get a first impression from the number one destination in Tyrol here.