Sunny-7° / 6° C
Route: Möserer See(stub'n) - Lehenwald - Wildmoos(alm) - Lottensee(hut) - Pirschsteig - Broch-trail - Lake Möserer See.
Parking and public transport:
If you come by car, you can park for a fee directly at the small Möserer See parking lot (small contingent) and walk from there a short distance along the gravel path to the starting point at Möserer See.
Take the train to Seefeld train station and continue with the Regio-/Skibus to the stop "Mösern Kirche".
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This beautiful winter hike leads eleven kilometres without any notable ascents through the deep snow-covered forests around the Brunschkopf. On the way you will visit three huts and on the way back you will be rewarded with impressive views over the Inn valley.
If you come by car, you can park directly at the small Möserer See car park for a fee (small contingent) and walk a short distance from there along the gravel path to the starting point at Möserer See.
The actual lake hike begins with a leisurely round around the snow-covered forest and is rewarded at the end with a first rest on the sun terrace of the Möserer Seestub'n. With a romantic view of the lake, a seasonal hot drink that suits the mood and warms the soul (mulled wine, Jagatee, punch) is recommended, but coffee, various teas and refreshments also go well with the homemade cake and strudel variations. Afterwards, well fortified, walk from the Möserer Seestub'n back to the crossroads and there turn left on hiking trail no. 60 towards the Wildmoosalm.
At the next fork, keep to the right and hike comfortably through the Lehenwald forest above the snow-covered Möserer Mähder (mountain meadows). With a beautiful view over Seefeld and the Gschwandtkopf, the hiking trail then loops around until it changes to the winter road shortly before the Wildmoosalm - please watch out for hackney carriages and bus traffic.
The short loop around the unnamed lake at the alpine pasture can be reserved for a digestive walk, because the Wildmoosalm now tempts you with a variety of tasty Tyrolean hut specialities from its own production: from cheese dumplings to gröstl with cabbage salad to Kaiserschmarrn, and there are even homemade doughnuts!
Afterwards, you continue on to Lottensee (an aperiodic lake what you can see during the spring months), a wide hiking trail with a gentle slope that goes by itself. At the turnoff to the holiday colony at lake Wildmoossee, keep left and walk through the forest past the two aperiodic lakes. Directly at the Lottensee lake, the cosy Lottensee hut finally invites you to take an idyllic breather (digestive schnapps, espresso, second dessert) under mighty trees or in the warm parlour.
With the most panoramic section of the snow-covered lake circuit, the Pirschsteig trail (trail no. 2) a little above the road then rewards you with impressive views of the Inn Valley and wintry mountain scenery on the entire way back. In Mösern, the forest trail joins the Broch trail and continues in a straight line to the starting point at Lake Mösern.
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