Closed today
Friday, 05/21
08:00 - 22:00
Saturday, 05/22
08:00 - 22:00

The rustic restaurant, the Wildmoosalm, is located on a beautiful little plateau and is easily reachable on foot from Seefeld. You can sit on the sun terrace and take in the fabulous countryside while enjoying some home-made apple strudel served by the host himself. As well as an array of traditional desserts ‘like grandma used to make‘, the menu also offers plenty of hearty Tyrolean fare from a ’Brettljausn’ (mixed platter) to freshly-caught trout.

The Wildmoosalm is surrounded by lush meadows and gorgeous scenery and there is a rare natural phenomenon not too far away for you to visit - the aperiodic lake, the Wildmoossee, which only appears every few years. In winter, a picturesque cross-country trail leads directly past this charming Alm and in summer, there are hiking and biking trails aplenty. You can lock up and leave your bike at the Alm and there is also a charging point for e-bikes (please bring your own charger).

There is a good selection of easy walking trails from Seefeld’s historic centre to the Wildmoosalm or if you prefer, you can cycle up along the access road on your (e)-bike. You can even drive up the access road in your own car after 5 pm (parking available by the Alm). The Wildmoosalm bus service operates in winter too or there is always the option of a romantic horse and carriage ride to the Alm.


  • 3-lake walk. Moderately difficult circular walk of around four hours, past three lakes and different alms on the Seefeld plateau. Start at the indoor tennis hall in Seefeld and go past the lakes, firstly the Möserer See, then the Lottensee and the Wildmoossee to the Wildmoosalm. From there, head back to Seefeld through the woods finishing at the little church, the Seekirchl.
    To the walk

  • Bike tour: Moderately difficult, picturesque (e)-bike tour over the sunny Seefeld plateau. Start at the Gschwandtkopf in Seefeld and cycle to the lake, the Möserer See. From there the tour goes gently uphill along forest trails and past shady trees to the area known as Wildmoos. There are plenty of great photo opportunities at the various mountain lakes and alms along the way. The stretch from the Wildmoosalm to the Katzenkopf is a bit more demaninding and from the Katzenkopf carry on through the pretty valley, the Fludertal, back to Seefeld. (Click here for the blog report: https://blog.seefeld.com/2019/09/e-bike-tourernbericht-lisa-unterweger/)
    To the Biketour

  • Brunschkopf. Moderately difficult circular tour from Kirchwald in Seefeld via Hörmannweg to the viewing platform Brunschkopf. Descend to the Wildmoosalm for some well-earned refreshment or go down to Mösern (known for its Peace Bell and Albrecht Dürer view) and back to Seefeld.
    To the walk

The walking routes along the wide forest and gravel paths around the Wildmoosalm are not only popular in summer but as magical winter walks too.


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Today - 05/16/2021 Sunshine and cloudiness will alternate throughout the day. A chance of showers towards evening. 3° / 13° C

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