Spending the summer in Seefeld

In summer and winter, the Seefeld Region – Tyrol’s High Plateau welcomes its guests with an impressive natural backdrop and a varied range of leisure activities for young and old.

Surrounded by the largest nature park in the Eastern Alps, the “Karwendel Nature Park”, the Wildmoos landscape conservation area, the Wetterstein Mountains and the Hohe Munde, the plateau, which is open to the south and situated at 1,200 metres above sea level, offers extended hours of sunshine in the heart of the Alps. At “Das Kaltschmid”, athletes, nature lovers, pleasure seekers, relaxation seekers and families all get their money’s worth and can enjoy the summer to the fullest.

Golf in Seefeld

Experience a wonderful golf holiday in the Tyrolean Alps. Improve your handicap during your summer holiday in Seefeld in Tyrol. If you like to play golf, you shouldn’t miss a game in bright weather in front of the mountain panorama!

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Beginner, advanced or professional: in Seefeld in Tyrol, training is fun for everyone, because where else do you have such a fantastic view of the Alpine panorama?

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Horse riding

Seefeld is not only synonymous with skiing and cross-country skiing, hiking and cycling. The region also offers a wide range of activities for horseback riding enthusiasts. Explore the high plateau with its untouched nature on horseback.

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Would you like to take off, feel weightless and admire nature below you? During your holiday at “Das Kaltschmid” you can make your dream of flying come true. We wish you a good flight!

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Do you fancy a real adventure? Do you want to experience the rugged nature, hike over gorges, slide down waterfalls and fight against the current?

Deep in the gorges of the Tyrolean mountains, you follow the course of the river through beautiful alpine nature while canyoning. Are you ready for this challenge?

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Rafting in the Land of Rivers

This is also what Tyrol is called, which is why rafting is particularly popular here. Translated, rafting means travelling down a river on a raft, which was not without danger in those days because of the white water in the mountains. Today, however, rafting is a safe and popular leisure sport. You can therefore also take your children along in the very stable inflatable boat.

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