Alpine pasture hike Seefeld

Beautiful trails, breathtaking views
Cross-country through untouched nature, the imposing Alps in front of you, lush nature behind you and above you bright blue skies and sunshine.

Our Wildmoosalm

(approx. 12 km)

“Visit the Wildmoosalm! You will be surprised … there the -GRATIS Schnapser’l comes out of the well, and the apple strudel is still served by the boss himself.”

A small and very beautiful hiking trail leads you directly to the Wildmoosalm. If you are not so good on foot anymore, you can take the bus to the alp every half hour!
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(approx. 15 km)

This alp is open for you in winter as well as in summer, easily accessible and therefore perfectly suitable for all ages.

From the Salzbach car park you have the following ascent options:

  • The leisurely walk is best via the forest road (approx. 30 min).
  • Sporty hikers reach the alp via the Ganghoferweg (approx. 20 min)
  • Those who like to walk longer choose the path through the Salzbach valley (approx. 45 min).

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Eppzirler Alm

(approx. 13 km)

The Eppzirler Alm is located at approx. 1,100 metres above sea level in the western Karwendel Mountains. From here you can enjoy magnificent panoramic views.

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(approx. 17 km)

The Gaistalalm is located in the heart of the Gaistal valley, between the Wetterstein mountains with the Zugspitze to the north and the Mieminger chain with the Hohe Munde to the south. Once at the top, refreshing and warming drinks are offered for hikers and cyclists. In addition, genuine Tyrolean home cooking satisfies small and large appetites after the ascent.

From the Salzbach car park, take the forest path into the Gaistal valley.
The hike takes about 1 hour.

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Reitherjoch Alm

Many paths lead to the Reitherjoch Alm – three in fact!

  1. Hike from Seefeld to Reitherjoch Alm
  2. Hike from the Rosshütte to the Reitherjoch Alm
  3. Mountain tour Reither Spitze

In the hiking area at the foot of the Seefeld and Reither peaks, there are hikes for every level, whether by cable car or from the valley. In addition, the Reitherjoch Alm offers plenty of places to stop for refreshments.

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