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The early summer of 2015 saw the opening of three trails that come together to form a star on the summit of the Brunschkopf mountain. Starting points of the three trails are the villages of Seefeld, Leutasch and Mösern, and each one is devoted to a specific theme. The walking trails are conceived in such a way as to reflect the chronological and touristic development of the region. They also offer a link-up to the subject of ‘Nordic Lifestyle’ and include elements to stimulate the mind too, since mental power plays an important factor in sport and in tackling everyday tasks and challenges. - The “Seefeld Ski Trail” focuses on the cultural and historical development of the sport of skiing. Starting at the Seekirchl chapel/ski jumping stadium interesting and varied stops have been constructed along the way showing, for example, historical pictures and exhibits (old skis, start numbers, symbols), while other stops offer the chance of a spot of exercise based on the sports of cross-country skiing, ski jumping and alpine skiing. - The theme of the “Ice Age Trail” in Mösern is the landscape formation of the Seefeld high plateau created by glaciers during the last Ice Age. Informative panorama boards are installed at various viewpoints. Starting at the Möserer See lake 10 information stops provide fascinating facts and figures related to glacial runoff and water cascades, ice streams, glacial change and glacial polish. In addition to the information points, the trail also gives walkers the chance to participate in fun yet educational activities such as the cascade game, the stone press and the glacier pressure game. - Starting in Leutasch-Weidach, the concept behind the “Mental Power Trail”, which involves the longest ascent of the three trails, is in keeping with the current trend of searching for peace and tranquillity, slowing down the pace of our everyday lifes and finding the path to one’s own inner self. The three paths come together and end on the breathtaking summit of the Brunschkopf mountain, which offers views of all the villages in the region and serves as the central panoramic point in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. The new walk-on viewing platform set to open in July 2017 offers an additional panoramic attraction. Particular mention must be made to the fact that hikers can not only glean a wealth of information as they follow the stations along the trails, but are also invited to enjoy active participation. Holidaymakers can experience the positive effects of the energy-boosting landscape and unique scenic spots amid breath-taking natural surroundings and savour 360° vistas of the Olympiaregion Seefeld and its surrounding mountain ranges. Detailed maps and route descriptions are available in all the information offices in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.