Lake Möserer See lies in the quiet hamlet of Mösern between Telfs and Seefeld at 1,295 metres above sea level and reaches a pleasantly warm 25°C in summer.
The lake is, in fact, a popular destination all year round thanks to its beautiful forest location offering absolute peace and quiet. The many benches dotted along the shoreline are an ideal place to sit down, take a rest and enjoy the fabulous views.
However, it is in summer that this moorland lake, which lies within a nature reserve, comes to life. Many waterbirds call the Möserer See home, and if you are lucky then you may even get your own personal duck escort as you swim across the lake. Fever clover grows in the shallow areas, while pretty wild flowers (including alpine roses) can be found along the shore.
After exploring the network of well-maintained hiking trails leading around the lake, stop off for a drink and a snack at the Möserer Seestubn restaurant serving traditional food prepared with fresh herbs, including local fish and homemade desserts. One walk particularly popular with families is between Seefeld and the Möserer See, which takes around an hour. There is a bus service from the centre of Mösern to Seefeld. The Möserer See is accessible free of charge all year round.