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The Seebenalm is located at the end of the idyllic Gaistal valley at 1,575 metres above sea level. The mountain lake, which is only a few minutes' walk from the active alpine pasture, was recently voted one of the most beautiful places in Tyrol and is also welcome for a refreshing dip in summer. After a delicious stop on the sun terrace of the Seebenalm, you can relax comfortably on the shore and admire the reflection of the imposing Alpine scenery. With a view of the iconic Zugspitze, host Gerhard serves all kinds of Tyrolean delicacies and a variety of freshly tapped refreshments at the family-friendly alpine hut during the summer months. From the Seebenalm there are numerous tours into the surrounding countryside.
LOCATION & STARTING POINT
The ascent to the Seebenalm starts at the Salzbach car park in the Leutasch Gaistal valley and is also easily accessible by regional public transport (Leutasch/Salzbach bus stop). On wide gravel roads you hike through the alpine paradise Gaistal to the Seebenalm. The ascent is feasible both as a hike and as a bike tour. Alternatively, the ascent can be shortened to a leisurely one-hour hike via a gondola ride with the Ehrwalder Almbahn.