Put together the most beautiful cross-country skiing trails in the Seefeld Olympic Region and what do you get? The Kaiser Max Loop! This 60-kilometre-long circular route has it all: challenging uphill sections, quiet valleys, frozen lakes and idyllic pine forests. Skiers need good fitness to complete the full route from Seefeld to Mösern, Wildmoos and the Leutaschtal Valley.
This almost 60km loop begins at the Seekirchl church in Seefeld, where there are also parking spaces, toilets and showers. Take trail B1 to the "WM-Arena", the Seewaldlift and on to Mösern. There, the trail does a U-turn and heads back to the "WM-Arena". However, just before you get to Mösern you need to turn left onto trail C1 heading into the Kirchwald forest and, after a steeper section, along the C2 trail to Wildmoos. Skiers can stop for a rest and a snack at the Wildmoosalm hut. The adventure then continues along B3, C11 and C6 to Buchen, past the Wildmoossee and Lottensee lakes. Soon it is time to cross over the main road and then follow trail C10 to the large car park in Moos. It is there that trail A5 begins, which is the most beautiful and also one of the easiest sections of the entire Kaiser Max Loop. It leads through the picturesque Leutaschtal Valley, onto trail A6 all the way to the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch swimming pool. Take A7 to Ahrn and then A9 along the banks of the Leutascher Ache river to Unterkirchen. There, at the northernmost point of the loop, the trail turns around 180° and heads back to Ahrn. The final section leads back past the Alpenbad swimming pool and the car park in Moos, then along C10 to Muggenmoos. Here there is the option of adding an extra loop through the forest on trail A4 for those who have the energy and motivation for a little more. Then head back to Wildmoos and take trails C2 and C1 downhill to the "WM-Arena" in Seefeld.