Winter hiking in Seefeld
On foot through the wintry mountain landscape
250 kilometres of winter hiking trails stretch through the Olympiaregion Seefeld, covered in white powder snow and surrounded by unspoilt Tyrolean nature. Fresh air and sunshine attract many winter hikers to the trails of the high plateau.
Not in the mood for skiing or snowboarding? Would you rather slow down and enjoy the landscape and let it take its effect on you? Then snowshoeing or winter hiking is just the thing. On various tours – with different lengths and degrees of difficulty – you can enjoy the wintry landscape to the full, breathe fresh and cool air and enjoy the white, glittering surface. Believe us: You won’t get a view like this almost anywhere else and maybe one or the other wild animal of our region will show up.
Recommended hiking trails
Through the Karwendel Valley to the Birzel Chapel
Start your winter hike at the information office in Scharnitz and climb 181 metres in altitude from there over a distance of 3.7 kilometres. This route is ideal for winter hiking beginners and takes about two hours in total.
Winter hike Obern-Rauthhütte
2.5 kilometres long and a little more difficult, because here you have to climb a whole 400 metres. Nevertheless, you should manage the route, which starts at the Rauthhütte car park in Moos, in 1.5 hours.
Snowshoe Hike Hohe Fluder
But now it’s time to get down to business, because on this route you fight your way up 600 metres in altitude over a length of 8.3 kilometres. Normally you need about four hours from the Kreithkapelle via Hohe Fluder to Hoher Sattel to Leutasch/Ahrn. If you want to rest a little in between, it may take a little longer.
Numerous other routes
Just ask at the reception. Taking into account your physical condition and hiking experience, we will select a beautiful route for you on which you can experience and enjoy the fresh air and Tyrolean nature.