The Wildmoos Loop is one of the most beautiful cross-country skiing routes in the Seefeld Olympic Region. It combines several trails to form a 17-kilometre-long loop taking in several cosy huts featuring fine views of the surrounding landscape. En route, skiers will also pass three mountain lakes and plenty of thick pine forests. There are just a few roads which need to be crossed. The final section is a descent down into Seefeld, which hosted the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in 2019.
The route begins next to the Seekirchl church in Seefeld, where you will also find parking spaces, showers and toilets. Take trail B1 to the "WM-Arena". Then head uphill to the Seewaldalm hut and continue to Mösern. Change onto B10 to "Möserer See". Here you have the option of visiting the Möserer See lake itself as well as the cosy Möserer Seestubn hut serving food and drink. Trail B10 then leads to the Lottensee, a small lake which regularly appears and disappears depending on the underground water level, and the Lottenseehütte hut. From there, take C11 via the Wildmoosplateau uphill to the Wildmoosalm hut. A3 takes you through the forest, before C2 and C1 provide a thrilling conclusion with a descent back into Seefeld all the way to the starting point at the Seekirchl church.