Snowfall-14° / -3° CDetails & further outlook
Route: Seefeld village square - Klosterstraße - Seekirchl - Tennis centre (WM-Halle) - Kirchwald - Möserer Mähder - Möserer See - Broch-Weg - Pirschsteig - Lottensee - Wildmoossee - Wildmoosalm - Hörmannweg - Seekirchl - Seefeld village square
This thirteen-kilometer-long winter circuit leads over Mösern and Wildmoos, through the deeply snow-covered forests around the mountain Brunschkopf. On the way back, you will be rewarded with views of Seefeld and the surrounding mountains.
The starting point of the circular walk is directly at the Seefeld village square, which can be reached in few minutes from the train station and from the (paid) parking facilities. From here you walk along the Klosterstraße through the historical Seefeld pedestrian zone to the Seekirchl, where you follow the main road for a while until shortly after the tennis centre (WM Halle) the hiking trail (No. 2) to Mösern begins. Start walking on this path through the forest and over the Möserer Mähder, then in Mösern cross the Albrecht-Dürer-Weg and continue along the forest path to the Möserer See. A break rewards you with a romantic lakeside view at the cosy Möserer Seestub'n - then it's again downhill along the Broch-Weg and always straight ahead along the Pirschsteig (trail no. 2) to the Lottensee.
You can walk around the aperiodic lake and then enjoy a meal under mighty trees in the Lottensee Hut. From the Lottensee, the tour continues via the (also aperiodic) Wildmoossee to the Wildmoosalm. You can take a break and try Kasknödel (cheese dumplings), fresh apple strudel and homemade doughnuts.
From the Wildmoosalm you can either take the wide road or the Wildmoosbus back to Seefeld - or turn right at the turning point not far from the hut into the Schöllingwald and the Hörmannweg (path no. 2) to the Seekirchl. From there follow the path to the Klosterstraße to the starting point at the village square.
Refreshment stops: Tennisstüberl, Möserer Seestub'n, Lottenseehütte & Ferienheim Wildmoos, Wildmoosalm