Sights and attractions in the Olympiaregion

The history of the Olympiaregion
Interesting facts about the region’s past – we have put together a detailed summary of the history of all 5 villages in the region with information on historical sights/buildings and lots more besides.
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The lakes of the Olympiaregion
The picturesque landscape of the Seefeld plateau is characterised by its many lakes. Particularly interesting are the stories behind their names and a mysterious natural phenomenon.
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The “Seekirchl” Chapel & St. Oswald Parish Church / Seefeld
The historical background of Seefeld’s famous landmark is particularly interesting and the little chapel offers an idyllic place to visit during the summer months.
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The Stone Circle & Stations of the Cross / Seefeld
The parish hill, one of the region’s most spiritual spots, offers not only wonderful views of the village, but also a unique artistic highlight in the form of the stone circle.
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The Spirit Gorge / Leutasch
Sinister streams and creepy cascades, witches’ cauldrons and devilish ditches – the Leutasch Spirit Gorge opens up a craggy world of water-filled adventure to all who visit.
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The Ganghofer Museum / Leutasch
A cultural treat, not only for hunting enthusiasts. Here you can take a glimpse into the world of hunting, explore the history of the village of Leutasch and learn about the life and works of the writer Ludwig Ganghofer.
The Peace Bell and Peace Walking Trail / Mösern
The largest free-swinging bell in the Alpine region serves as a reminding symbol of the good neighbourly relations and close ties of the Alpine countries. The Peace Walking Trail serves to ease the mind into a state of contemplation and reflection before admiring this impressive masterpiece.
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Calvary / Mösern
Built in 1830, the Calvary in Mösern was restored and extended in 1988/89. An idyllic walking path past tiny chapels and through a picturesque landscape leads up to the Calvary Hill.
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Historical Fences / Mösern
Fences play an important role in the cultural landscape of Mösern. They bear testimony to one of the oldest farming traditions and offer a fascinating insight into this intricate craft.
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Bee Nature Trail / Reith
The Bee Nature Trail in Reith offers an insight into a wonder of nature. Thanks to a series of information boards and Austria’s very first “Bee Hotel”, visitors can find out all about the industrious little honey makers.
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Culture Trail / Reith
Tyrolean rural culture at its finest – that is what you can discover as you walk along the Culture Trail in Reith with its ten interesting attractions. An enlightening experience – not only for culture enthusiasts.
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Porta Claudia / Scharnitz
In Scharnitz, beside the former Austrian customs office, you can still see the ruins of the majestic “Porta Claudia” fortress, an impressive historical legacy.
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Source of the River Isar / Scharnitz
Here, at the source of the River Isar, there are numerous spots where water bubbles out of the ground all year round. A unique jewel of natural diversity, this is an attraction not to be missed.
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