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The beautiful Wildsee near Seefeld has probably been around as long as the mountains themselves. In 1022 the idyllic settlement "Sevelt" (Feld am See) was first mentioned in a document. Already at the time of Emperor Maximilian the area around the Wildsee was known for its lush flora and fauna. A species of fish that was settled there at that time made the Wildsee popular later under the name "Lampretensee". However, the economic use of the water was limited to a few decades - today the natural jewel is under protection and fishing is also prohibited. Instead, an idyllic circular hiking trail leads through the nature reserve and invites you to experience the countless botanical specialities at close quarters all year round. During the hot summer months, two lido facilities also offer refreshing cooling in the crystal-clear water of the Wildsee.