Olympiaregion Seefeld … energy through nature and exercise
There are countless possibilities to top up your energy levels and put a spring in your step, while enjoying the crystal clear air and the breath-taking scenery of the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
This high plateau, which lies at 1,200m above sea level, opens out to the south and the resorts of Leutasch, Moesern/Buchen, Reith, Scharnitz and Seefeld will have your sporting heart beating a little faster. Sports enthusiasts are attracted to the region not just for the sheer pleasure of getting out and about and enjoying the lush meadows and endless forests of the surrounding mountains, but also for the many other leisure activities the local infrastructure has to offer.
The Olympiaregion Seefeld is an ideal destination for the whole family. Whether it‘s mum and dad with the kids, grandma and grandpa with the little ones or the whole family together – this is where everyone, whether young, old or somewhere in-between, will find just what they’re looking for to spend an enjoyable, interesting and, above all, relaxing holiday. The region is particularly proud of its 279km of perfectly groomed cross-country ski trails which have been ranked repeatedly among the top 3 cross-country ski areas worldwide by both the ADAC Ski Atlas and the DSV Atlas Ski Winter. And Alpine skiing enthusiasts, young and old, will be in their element on the three family-friendly ski areas (1,200 – 2,064m). In summer the region boasts 650km of stunning walking, hiking and via ferrata routes. The 266km-long all-embracing Running & Nordic Walking Arena will set running devotees’ hearts aglow, while the 34 mountain bike trails offer the perfect route for every cyclist. The 18-hole Golfclub Seefeld-Wildmoos and the 9-hole Golf Club Seefeld-Reith near Seefeld’s pedestrian zone are veritable jewels nestling amidst the stunning Alpine scenery, and the two leisure pools in Leutasch and Seefeld, along with the three bathing lakes, are just the thing for a refreshing dip. Here you can find attractive offers!