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Long-distance hiking in the midst of the Region Seefeld

Long-distance hiking in the midst of the Region Seefeld

Long-distance hiking trails

On these nature adventures lasting several days from hut to hut, you hike along the mountain peaks and experience nature up close. In the process, the Tyrolean mountain world can be explored in a special way and opens up numerous opportunities for mountain hiking. Depending on your physical condition and stamina, the long-distance hiking trails allow for individual routes.

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The high trail in the Karwendel

Karwendel Höhenweg Trail
The Region Seefeld is proud to have the starting point of the Karwendel High Trail in Reith near Seefeld and the finishing point in Scharnitz. The new Karwendel High Trail leads through the southern part of the Karwendel Mountains of Tyrol. Unique is also the multiple change of view between the solitude of the Karwendel wilderness and the hustle and bustle of the Inn Valley.
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Walk where the eagle flies!

Hiking the Eagle's Way
Clearly signposted, well marked and with detailed descriptions – along the Eagle’s Way route, the contours of which resemble an eagle with outstretched wings, hiking enthusiasts can cover no fewer than 23,000 vertical metres along 31 stages covering a total distance of some 280 kilometres.
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The cross-border Way of St. James

Camino de Santiago
These stages close the connection between the Munich, South-East Bavarian and Tyrolean Way of St. James. Through Leutasch, the pilgrim finally reaches the Inn Valley at Mötz with a connection to the Tyrolean Way of St. James.