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W9: Winter circular hike around Weidachsee lake

Idyllic winter circuit around the deeply snow-covered Weidachsee.

Overview

Starting point: Music Pavilion Weidach (P15)
Finishing point: Music Pavilion Weidach (P15)
Ascent46 m
Highest point1,156 m
Route distance3.8 km
Walking time / total01:00 hh:mm
Walking time / ascent0:0 hh:mm
Level of difficultyeasy

Elevation profile

 

Route: Weidach Music Pavilion - Katznerkapelle - Weidachsee - Weidach Music Pavilion

Parking and public transport:
Please use the following parking options: P15 | P21 | P23
Note: Parking at the lake is only allowed for fishermen!
By train to Seefeld train station and continue with the Regio-/Skibus to the stop "Weidach Zentrum".
Find all connections in real time with the Mobility-App "wegfinder".

Directions:
This exciting and beautiful winter hike leads from the music pavilion Leutasch around the snow-covered Weidachsee and back again. At the beginning of the music pavilion in the hamlet of Weidach, keep left along the road until you reach the Katznerkapelle. At the bus stop "Weidach Quellenhof" turn left to the Weidachsee. There you pass the lake café with its fishing business (in winter you can go ice fishing here) and follow the lake promenade around the Weidachsee.

If you get hungry on the way back, you can enjoy a freshly caught trout in the café or enjoy the idyllic lake view with a steaming hot drink. Afterwards, you can return to the starting point of the winter hike at the music pavilion, well fortified and warmed up. After your hike you can enjoy a break at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch.

Alpine emergency call:
Call: 140

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