Sonnenaufgang Seefeld
Sonnenaufgang Seefeld

Seefeld in Tirol

The famous holiday resort Seefeld in Tirol combines the flair of the Olympic Winter Games with a stunning natural landscape.

Altitude: 1,200 m a.s.l.

The Olympic Region Seefeld, including the five localities Leutasch, Mösern-Buchen, Reith, Scharnitz and Seefeld, became popular as venue for Olympic Winter Games in 1964 and 1976. In the last years, it has hosted the Winter Youth Olympic Games 2012, the Nordic World Ski Championships 2019 and the annual Double Nordic World Ski Championships - in the meantime upgraded to Nordic Combined Triple. Today, the Olympic Region Seefeld Skiing Area unites five skiing areas.

Seefeld in Tirol is a true outdoor hotspot: Hikers can discover the area of Mt. Seefelder Spitze and the Seefeld Lakes, cyclists can tackle the Tyrol Mountain Bike Safari or the Isar Cycle Route, and if you prefer swimming, the bathing establishment at Lake Wildsee and the Olympic Swimming Pool Seefeld are well-worth a visit. In winter, the trails turn into beautiful winter hiking paths. The offer is completed by the 18-hole Golf Club Seefeld-Wildmoos in the protected landscape of Wildmoos and some tennis courts. At the entrance of the village rises the Seekirchl, the symbol of Seefeld.

This little church is a much-coveted photo motif, particularly in clear spring and autumn days with blue sky, the surrounding snow-capped mountain peaks and lush alpine pastures covered by alpine flowers. In the heart of this stunning landscape stands the white chapel. In the evenings, the pedestrian zone becomes a lively centre, also thanks to the casino, which is not only famous in Austria. These alleys host the fairy-tale Seefeld Christmas Market in the Advent period.

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