Reith bei Seefeld lies at the southern edge of the Seefeld Plateau. It is home to 1,300 inhabitants and offer fabulous views of the Inntal Valley.
To the east of the village stands the mighty Reither Spitze (2,374m), whose north-western slopes form part of the Skiarena Seefeld-Rosshütte ski area. Cultural highlights include the “Pestmaterl”, a pillar memorial to those who died from the plague brought to the region by troops during the Thirty Years War; the Riesenhaus (Giant’s House), where, according to legend, the giant Thyrsus hid away after contracting the plague so as to avoid infecting the villagers; and a selection of wood carvings by local artist Johannes Obleitner. Reith is also an excellent starting point for walks and hikes, for example to the ruins of Fragenstein Castle, into the Schlossbachklamm gorge at the foot of the Zirler Berg mountain, or up to the fertile moorland of the Reither Latschenhochmoor by Lake Wildsee. Also popular is the themed culture hiking trail to nearby Leithen and the idyllic Lake Möserer See, one of the warmest swimming lakes in Tirol. Guests with children can explore the Bee Adventure Trail, an educational hiking path with a bee hotel and a series of information stations about the life of bees. The Karwendelbahn railway line connects Reith to the Inntal Valley, while a road also leads from the village over the border to the town of Mittenwald in Bavaria.