The famous Seefeld ski area lies between the Karwendel, Wetterstein and Wildmoos nature reserves. In 1964 and 1976 the Winter Olympic Games were held here. In their honour, the Olympiaregion was established in 2003.
Seefeld has been awarded as the best cross-country skiing destination in the Alps. It has proven high-quality standards for years with its 270 km of top trails. Of course, there are excellent conditions for both skiing and snowboarding.
The ski area consists of five municipalities: Seefeld Leutasch, Mösern/Buchen, Reith and Scharnitz. There is over 140 km of well-maintained winter hiking trails, a modern skating and curling centre. The area is also a paradise for Nordic sports lovers.
There is something for everyone in Seefeld, from 450 km of marked hiking trails to more than 500 km of cycling trails of varying difficulty. It is also possible to use the championship golf course with 18 holes, located directly in the protected area of Wildmoos. There is a smaller 9-hole course in Seefeld. This is complemented by dozens of other sports and non-sports activities.
- The venue of the Winter Olympics
- 40 km ski slopes
- 570 km of cycling routes
- 270 km of trails for cross-country skiing
- 450 km of hiking trails