The Seefeld Region has plenty of walking and hiking options for visitors of all ages and fitness levels, with plenty of fresh mountain air at 1,200 metres above sea level.
To the west of Seefeld is the Wildmoos nature reserve with the Three Lakes Circular Hike taking in, as the name suggests, three lakes: Möserer See, Lottensee and Wildmoos-See. Interestingly, the Lottensee and Wildmoos-See are lakes which only appear for a short period of time, usually as the snows of winter melt, before disappearing once again. To the west of Leutasch families will enjoy the Ganghofer Trail in the Gaistal Valley famed for its lush pastures and fabulous views of the craggy Wetterstein Mountains and Mieming Mountains – including the iconic Hohe Munde peak with its curved profile. Another top tiü for families is the Karwendelschlucht gorge near Scharnitz, at the entrance to the Karwendel Nature Park. Advanced and expert hikers can take on stage 11 of the Eagle Walk. The hike begins at the Karwendelhaus and ends at the Hallerangerhaus. Stage 15, from the Solsteinhaus above Zirl to Leutasch, is also within the Seefeld Region. Both stages of the Eagle Walk include between 800 and 1,400 vertical metres of uphill.