Hiking at its finest in the Olympiaregion Seefeld! Whether you prefer leisurely hikes or challenging summit climbs, whether you're a nature lover, an adventure seeker or a rock climber – we've got something to suit everyone!
Nestling amid the stunning mountains of the Wetterstein range, the Alpenpark Karwendel and the Wildmoos landscape protection area, the Olympiaregion Seefeld provides the ideal "base camp" for all those who want "that bit more" out of their holiday. For walking, hiking and climbing enthusiasts, the area boasts 650 km of marked walking and hiking trails and via ferrata routes, all tested and approved, and more than 60 mountain huts offering food and drink. Together with the breathtakingly majestic mountain scenery, they guarantee an unforgettable hiking experience here on the sunny Seefeld high plateau.
Keep moving and enjoy the great outdoors! Whether you choose to walk at a leisurely or invigorating pace, whether you prefer steep, challenging terrain or gently undulating pastures, you're sure to find a tour to suit your wishes. In addition, the Olympiaregion offers a wide variety of themed walking trails, such as the Way of St. James, the Eagle's Path and the Culture Trail to name but a few, along which you can learn about the local flora and fauna, as well as about the traditions and customs of the locals living on the plateau.
The region boasts approximately 650 km marked hiking, Alpine, and climbing routes, distinguished with the Quality Seal for hiking trails, along with 60 serviced mountain lodges and mountain huts.
Old and young together through field and forest – for the whole family. Some hikes are also suitable for pushchairs..
Water: the source of life. Stunning gorges, roaring falls, the source of the Isar, and opportunities for enjoying Kneipp baths to rejuvenate the senses.
The Seefeld Olympics Region is surrounding by proudly towering peaks, waiting to reward intrepid hikers.
Cultural and Nature Hikes
Learn more about local cultures in the Alps, or discover the unique natural world. Cultural and nature hike tips enhance your experience in the Olympics Region.
Climbing in the Alps
Climbing has always been an applied locomotion for human being. Rocks were climbed for cultural reasons (religous place) or practical reasons (to look for animals or enemies).
At Middle Ages rocks have get a strategic importance. Rocks were using to protect or as signal tower to forward messages.
Beginning of Free Climbing
The ascent of the "Falkenstein" in Saxon Switzerland through some gymnast in 1864 applied as the hour of birth of the sportive climbing. From 1890 on the free climbing was developed in Saxon Switzerland. They don't use artificial appliences for locomotion. Early records describe climbers engaging in what is now referred to as bouldering, not as a separate discipline, but as a form of training for larger ascents. In the early 20th century, the Fontainbleu area of France established itself as a prominent climbing area, where some of the first dedicated bleausards ("boulderers) emerged.
Next to the Leutasch spirit gorge is a new climbing park. The high ropes course is equipped with revolutionary security system, has between 4 and 14 meter and let your dreams coming true in the trees. There are new elements on two floors. You don't have to follow a specified parcours. You start from a central platform in all directions.
Every participant can choose his own way and climbing elements. That avoids congestions and waiting times.
Our security system is unique and different from the other climbing parks. Wrong using is impossible. Mechanic ID points control the function of the hooks and make it impossible to release from the safety rope.
Size and Age
From a size of 1,25 meter children with an aldut could go to all elements in the 1st level through 4 and 7 meter. From a size of 1,40 meter children could go alone in the 2nd level through 10 and 14 meter.
Booking and Organisation
Ask us at the reception - we will help you.