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W17: Winter circular hike on the Wiesenweg

Winter landscape tour over snowy meadows and through light larch forests.


Starting point: Kirchplatzl Leutasch
Finishing point: Kirchplatzl Leutasch
Ascent61 m
Highest point1,193 m
Route distance6.2 km
Walking time / total01:45 hh:mm
Walking time / ascent01:45 hh:mm
Level of difficultyeasy

Elevation profile


Route: Parking at the sports field - Kirchplatzl - Meadow path - Plaikner Mähder - Leutasch Klamm - Plaikner Mähder - Kirchplatzl - sports field

Parking and public transport:
P23 "Parking Alpenbad".
Take the train to Seefeld train station and continue with the Regio-/Skibus to the stop "Leutasch Weidach Alpenbad".
You can find all connections in real time with the Mobility-App "wegfinder".

The winter hiking tour along the Wiesenweg leads through the beautiful and scenic Leutasch valley and starts directly from the small car park at the sports field in the Leutasch district of Weidach. From here, you first walk along the gravel path westwards to the Leutascher Kirchplatzl, past the Kühtaierhof and Gasthof Birkegg and on to the Meadow path at the edge of the forest. Follow this to the second turn-off and continue via the Plaikner Mähder to Leutasch Klamm. Keep to the left along the gorge road and stroll around the small hamlet of Leutasch until you reach the Plaikner Mähder again from below.

Now turn left and walk through the sparse larch woods and from Kirchplatzl the way back to the starting point of the hike at the sports field. If you walk a few more minutes from here, you will find many tempting wellness and feel-good offers in the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch.

Alpine emergency call:
Call: 140


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