If you love mountains and mountain landscapes, Leutasch and Seefeld will be your paradise. There is no better place for walking, biking and hiking - on wide paths or steep trails, in gorges with gurgling water, picturesque mountain lakes and beautifully situated alpine pastures and huts - all of which guarantee breathtaking mountain experiences with panoramic views.
The Gaistal is among the highlights of the Leutasch Valley and caters to all tastes: a short walk along the Leutascher Ache river or a quaint hut hike - from the Hämmermoosalm via the Gaistalalm to the Tillfussalm - always along the “Ganghoferweg" path. More seasoned hikers might prefer the crisp and long hike along the Südwandsteig - the hike dotted with high alpine pastures starts at the Wettersteinhütte at 1,717 metres altitude and leads deep into the Gaistal to the Spartan "Steinernen Hüttl” via the Wangalm and the Rotmoosalm (2030m) - with excellent culinary delights and dream views on the way... The Gaistal is also a popular e-bike destination, with a trail that follows the natural streambed of the Leutascher Ache river and passes the beautiful Igelsee lake to the picturesque Seebensee lake. If you still haven't had enough, you can leave your bike there and continue on foot to the Coburger Hütte / Drachensee.
The 3 km long Klammgeisterweg ("gorge spirit trail") runs 800 m over a bold footbridge and leads along the 1.9 km long Koboldpfad (goblin trail) over the glacier slope into the Leutasch gorge. Even if only a few people have ever seen ghosts and gnomes, you stand a good chance in the Leutascher Geisterklamm... as everyone knows, trolls, ghosts and goblins like to hide in forests and gorges.
First, you head through the gorge gate into the forest, which will lead you into the mysterious realm of the gorge spirit: a 75-metre-deep gorge where it lives together with goblins and water gnomes. It’s best to observe their gurgling and bubbling water dwelling from the safe distance of the trail. After all, you never know...
Situated in the Karwendel Nature Park, you can hike directly from the car park in Länd in Scharnitz into the Hinterautal valley. Along the Isar river, the moderately inclined trail leads into the Karwendel mountains along forest paths and gravel paths. To the left and right, steep rock faces line the scenically stunning Hinterautal valley.
If you plan to cover the entire 15-kilometre distance to the Kastenalm, make sure to wear sturdy shoes or go by bike.
Casino Seefeld is open daily* from 3 pm for you to enjoy roulette, black jack, poker and baccarat. Every guest receives chips worth Euro 30 at the reception for Euro 27, and guest card holders also get a drink.
Did you know that Casino Seefeld also hosts events and tournaments? Among others, the Poker Masters Baccarat World Championships provides particular excitement. Try your luck!
*Every day except December 24th / subject to change due to Covid-19 regulations
Relaxed fishing just around the corner.
The Weidachsee lake in Leutasch and the Leutascher Ache river are perfect for relaxed fishing trips. The operator, Dr. Angerer, runs a quality breeding farm at the Weidachsee. From the beginning of April to the end of October, you can simply swing by and fish without an appointment, and a fishing certification is not necessary here. Rental equipment and admission are available for a small fee.
If you so wish, you can have your catch prepared on the spot.
In winter, there is also the possibility of ice fishing.
Our bathing pond, Lake Möser, indoor pools & more...
In addition to our own bathing pond, you will find many other swimming opportunities in the Seefeld Olympic region / Leutasch: lake Möserer, Wildsee lake in Seefeld, Alpenbad Leutasch and the Olympic pool in Seefeld! Lake Möser offers a particularly blissful bathing experience in the middle of the forest - a must-see for all nature enthusiasts! Lake Wildsee in Seefeld has 2 outdoor pools as well as a pedal boat rental, and the indoor pools in Seefeld and Leutasch offer great swimming fun - you can even basque in the sun in their outdoor pools - with 30° water! The nearby Werdenfelser region between Mittenwald and Garmisch also has numerous lakes where you will discover true refreshment - lake Lautersee and Grubsee are particularly worthy of mention.
This summer, the educational bee trail invites you to discover the mysterious life of honey bees along a total of ten interesting stations. Learn how the little honey makers organise themselves as a colony, or request a guided tour at the Reith Information Office by the local beekeeper, who will also give you a glimpse of the bee hotel among other things.
Learn all about this historic fortification that was built as a dam between 1632 and 1634, and, in keeping with its importance, was named after the personally present Princess Claudia de Medici at its inauguration. However, it also played a central role in the Napoleonic Wars in 1805...
Guests of the Olympic region will discover exciting culture and the urban hustle and bustle in nearby Innsbruck! Concerts, exhibitions, museums and much more can be easily reached by public transport. From Seefeld, the train takes you to the Tyrolean capital in less than an hour. Well-known sights, such as the old town with the Golden Roof, the Grassmayr bell foundry, the Alpine zoo or the ski jump on the historic Isel mountain - a must-see for all visitors. On request, we will gladly take you to the train station (for a fee).