Wildsee lake, © Olympiaregion Seefeld
Wildsee lake, © Olympiaregion Seefeld
"Seefelder Kreuzweg" trail in Seefeld, © Olympiaregion Seefeld
"Seefelder Kreuzweg" trail in Seefeld, © Olympiaregion Seefeld

Circular Hike
Seefelder Kreuzweg - Wildsee

This easy circular walk on the edge of Seefeld in Tirol takes just one hour to complete. Heading along the trail "Seefelder Kreuzweg" it heads up to the parish hill with its stone circle inspired by the author Winfried Werner Linde and arranged according to a certain star formation to represent the Last Supper and the burial of Christ. The following section leads around the Wildsee lake and is accessible for wheelchair users. It leads to the Reither Moor, an area of wetland which has been protected by law since 1975.

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Starting point  

Village square, Seefeld (Pfarrkirche St. Oswald)

Hike to

Stone circle and Wildsee lake

Finishing point

Village square, Seefeld (Pfarrkirche St. Oswald)

Mountain chain

Mieming Mountains

Length

3.3 km

Approximate hiking time

1h

Features

  • Wheelchair-accessible Hiking Route
  • Circular hike

Difficulty rating

easy (hiking trails)

Altitude

1,210m 1,177m

Elevation uphill 29m
Vertical metres downhill 29m

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Technique

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* These are approximate values and recommendations. Please take your personal fitness level, technical ability and the current weather conditions into account. Tirol Werbung cannot guarantee that the information provided is correct and accepts no liability.

Parking

Several car parks in Seefeld

 

Places serving food & drink

Various locations in Seefeld

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Trail description

The hike begins at the Pfarrkirche St. Oswald parish church in Seefeld and leads along the "Kreuzweg" trail to the parish hill ("Pfarrhügel") in Seefeld. From there is continues in a south-easterly direction to the Wildsee lake, which can already be seen from the parish hill. To the west of the lake, follow the path on the shore to the Reither Moor wetlands at the southern end of the lake. Then head back along the "Innsbrucker Straße" road to the pedestrianised area and back to the church in the centre of Seefeld.

 

Route for wheelchair users
Difficulty level: easy

The route for wheelchair users starts at the car park next to the Wildsee lake. Take the tarmac path for around 350 metres around the northern shore of the lake. At the western shore there are a number of viewing platforms overlooking the lake. At the transition from the trail into the forest there is a short steep section (around seven metres) with a few roots. For tetraplegic wheelchair users, these sections are likely to be difficult to negotiate without help. The trail then continues along the edge of the lake back to the starting point.

Info: The route will post no problems to fit wheelchair users with good mobility. It is also suitable for electric wheelchairs. The only tricky section is the steep pitch at the start of the forest.

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Your destination address: kirche, Seefeld in Tirol

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