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Mösern-Buchen – Authentic Alpine village. Close-to-nature hideaway.

Quiet beauty with picturesque views

At a sunny elevation of 1,245 metres in the west of the Region Seefeld – Tirols Hochplateau, the small mountain village Mösern and its district of Buchen look out over the Inntal valley in a particularly picturesque way. Although the village still belongs to the area of the neighbouring market town of Telfs, it is also part of Tyrol's high plateau because of its location high above the valley. A quiet and impressive place - with the mighty peace bell, exquisite culinary highlights and one of the warmest swimming lakes in Tyrol. With its favourable hillside location, Mösern enjoys particularly many hours of sunshine - on average over 2,400 per year. From the idyllic sunny village, Tyrol's diverse high plateau opens up towards Seefeld and the nature reserve Wildmoos - those who prefer silence, on the other hand, can simply walk to Buchen.

Cross-country skiing

Over 245 perfectly groomed kilometers of cross-country trails for various levels of difficulty as well as snow reliability due to the optimal geographical location: Cross-country skiing in the Region Seefeld is a real highlight especially this winter!

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Sights and attractions

Mösern-Buchen boasts many historical attractions that recount stories from times gone past. From viewing traditional hand-crafted fences, to the Calvary, to a little farming museum, visitors can venture on a journey of discovery through the history of Mösern-Buchan.

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The Peace Bell

The inscription on the edge of the huge Peace Bell translates as ‘I ring for good neighbourly relations and for peace in the Alpine countries’.

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Möserer See

The lake at Mösern, the Möserer See, is freely accessible to the public and lies at 1,295 m above sea level, just a short walk from the village.

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History

The village of Mösern is fondly referred to as the Swallow’s Nest of Tyrol. The artist Albrecht Dürrer, who travelled through Mösern during a trip to Italy in 1498,…

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The Region Seefeld is just around a 20-minute drive from Innsbruck Airport and around 90 minutes from Munich Airport (toll free). The region is also easy to reach by car from all directions. Those in search of a scenic, romantic journey can travel to the region along the Karwendel railway line, one of the most beautiful rail routes in Europe.