Hiking & Climbing

With over 650 km of marked ways and climbing routes in the Olympic region Seefeld- one of the best hiking areas in the Alps. Nestled between Wetterstein and Karwendel Mountains, the high plateau of Seefeld stretches across the border to Bavaria and offers both beginners and experienced climbers breathtaking tours with panoramic views far beyond its borders. Seefeld is the ideal starting point to explore our surroundings by hiking, it welcomes the guests at any season with a great hiking program, daily updated and available at our hotel reception.

In the region there are some easy hikes offers as well- to delight the Krumers Post Hotel guests at any season. For Karwendehof guests here are some tips for hiking:

Walk around the Seefeld Wildsee

This easy walking ways start practically right in front of our door and stretches counterclockwise around the picturesque Wildsee in Seefeld. Passing the Seestüberl you get to Seefeld Kneipp facility and the "Squirrel Forest" with friendly squirrels which come very close to the people (Tip: Always take a few nuts). It continues to the south side with the golf fileds around Seefeld-Reith area and the lake view on the way back to Seefeld. On this way we would like to recommend you to visit the Lake Cafe / Restaurant - beach pearl, with a magnificent sun and bathing area in the summer months.

Total time : about 45 minutes

Walk to the Wildmoos Alm

Well known and loved far beyond its borders the wild moss Alm can be reached with about an hour walking time from Seefeld. Through the pedestrian zone, it goes first to the West to Kirchwald, where good equipped with the directions signs ways will bring you to Wildmoosalm. There at the legendary "liquor well" place, the Walter Reindl welcoming the gests and serves them personally the the apple strudel.

Walk to Triendlsäge

The same easy hike way stretches through the pedestrian zone, pasing the campsite Seefeld through the forest towards the Hotel Triendlsäge, a 150 year old hotel was made by a crafstman and since the renovation in 2000, the Triendlsäge is the most famous Tyrolean tavern - specializing on local cuisine with regional ingredients.

Walking time : about 30 minutes

Hiking Area Rosshütte

In winter, a well-known ski resort, in summer a popular hiking destination. A beautiful panoramic way stretches from Seefeld to the Roßhütte and Seefeld peak (2,220 m) with 360 ° views of the Karwendel mountains, the Stubai Alps and to Bavaria from the northern side. The tour takes about 3-4 hours and can easily be shortened with the "Rosshütten Express" funicular and the cable car to the Seefeld Joch. For advanced climbers there is round way walk to the Reither Spitze (2,373 m), down to the Nördlinger Hut (2,230 m) and the Härmelekopf back to Seefeld. It is a highly recommended as a day trip, only for experienced hikers.

Leutasch and Gaistal

On the trails of Ludwig Ganghofer, one of Germany's most famous writers of his time (1855 - 1920), it goes to the picturesque Leutasch Gaistal. A circular route takes us across the Tillsfussalm, which is located directly below the hunting lodge Ganghofer, where the most of his works have been written. Continuing through the Hämmermoosalm to Gaistalalm, then through a dreamy forest way back to the parking lot on the Tillfußalm in Leutasch.

Total time: about 3 hours.

Karwendel Valleys

Did you know that the Isar springs are near Seefeld in Hinterautal? Today we go up there. By car or train from Seefeld to Scharnitz, then on the Isar along the Almstraße over the Wiesenhof,where the Isar swell is, it calles "Isar". In half an hour there will be the rustic Kastenalm, which is working in the summer time as well.

The trip to the Gleirschklamm is a true adventure - it's all about the so- called Nederweg, it is a beautiful valley, along a narrow ridge with a roaring brook down the valley. Back it goes at the Scharnitzer Alm to the car park or to the railway station in Scharnitz.

More hiking and climbing tours are described in detail in various guides, which you can get directly in Seefeld.