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Route: Seewaldalm - Albrecht-Dürer-Weg - Möserer Seeweg - Möserer See - Möserer Seestub'n - Broch-path - Church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary - Peace Bell.
The contemplative Möserer Friedensweg leads from the car park at the Seewaldalm over seven spiritual stations around Lake Möser and up to the peace bell. The hike begins at the Seewaldalm car park with the station "Aufbrechen" (setting off) and leads from there through the woods and meadows onto the Albrecht Dürer path to "Schauen und Staunen" (looking and marvelling). Via the Möserer Seeweg, the trail finally leads to the idyllic mountain lake and the next trail station, where "the soul of man resembles water". What exactly this means can be contemplated on the cosy sun terrace of the Möserer Seestub'n.
After a lap around the lake, you then face "narrowness and fears" at station four, because instead of hiking back to the Albert Dürer path, you take the route down to the right here. The trail continues downhill on the Broch path to the fifth station, which looks into the Inn valley with "Weitblick und Verantwortung" ("Vision and Responsibility"). At the Möser Church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary, you reach the penultimate station, where you recall "values and family" and finally stroll a final loop to the last station - and the "living vibrations of peace" of the Möser peace bell.
Refreshment stops: Seewaldalm, Möserer Seestub'n, Tiroler Stub'm