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A WINTER EXPERIENCE IN THE HEART OF TYROL – LONG-DISTANCE HIKING IN THE SNOW IN THE OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
Spikes/boot chains required for Stage 1 and Stage 3!
Hike through a snow-covered landscape and marvel at the fantastic surroundings – long-distance winter hiking in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. No snow shoes required. Long walks combine physical exercise and vitality with scenic splendour and guarantee that this particular winter option is one of the region’s highlights. This 1st long-distance winter hiking trail in the heart of Tyrol reveals the most beautiful parts of the Olympiaregion Seefeld along selected routes and over a four-day snowy hike.
The multi-day long-distance winter hike can be booked Mondays to Thursdays between 13th January 2020 and 12th March 2020. An unforgettable experience in the snow.
Snow-sure. Fun. Heart-warming.
The wide 16 km-long Leutasch valley is well-known for its sunny, snow-sure winters and offers perfect conditions for all sorts of winter sport activities. That in itself promises that long-distance winter hiking in Leutasch, at over 1,100 m above sea level, will be a special experience.
Welcoming and traditional hosts charm their guests with tasty delicacies to delight the taste buds, while the impressive panoramic views delight the emotions.
Carefree. Relaxing. Luggage service.
A special service for anyone booking the 4-day long-distance winter hike is the luggage transportation which is included in both packages. This makes hiking the day stages much easier. Luggage will be delivered to the appropriate accommodation before the planned arrival time, making the long-distance winter hiking experience easy and enjoyable.
There are 2 packages available:
Guests have luggage transportation included in the price. Bookings can be made via Informationsbüro Leutasch. Additional overnight stays can also be booked.
Please plan ahead and assess your own ability for completing the 4 stages. That way you will be able to enjoy the route to the full as you follow the marked hiking trails.