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Reith – Beautiful beyond words. Delightful beyond description.

Sunny balcony high above the Inntal Valley

The cosy mountain village Reith lies at 1,130 metres in the south of the Region Seefeld – Tirols Hochplateau, directly on the old Roman road. Here, those seeking peace and quiet will find relaxation while mountain enthusiasts can explore the Alps right from the front door: With an exciting bee nature trail, the Reither Moor water protection area, a panoramic and cultural circular hiking trail, the traditional Hueber bakery and Rasler's show smokehouse, the rich natural and cultural treasures are omnipresent here. Austria's largest nature park also presents itself from its most impressive side on the extensive Karwendel Höhenweg trail, while the spectacular Karwendelbahn railway connects this idyllic place with Seefeld, Scharnitz and the capital Innsbruck in just a few minutes.


Cross-country skiing in Reith bei Seefeld, in Tyrol, © Fischer Sports GmbH

Cross-country skiing

From the village of Reith you can access Seefeld’s vast network of cross-country ski tracks which offer a wide spectrum of routes covering all levels of difficulty against the region’s breathtaking natural backdrop.

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Austria - Reith bei Seefeld in Tiyol - in Winter, © Region Seefeld

Sights and attractions

The idyllic little mountain village of Reith offers not only stunning views across the Inn Valley, but also some fascinating attractions of historical and cultural interest.

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The vast countryside of the Region Seefeld also offers ideal conditions for fantastic snowshoe hikes through an untouched winter wonderland.

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Accommodation in Reith

The hospitable Tyrolean village impresses with warmth and a breathtaking panoramic view over the Inn Valley, a paradise for a holiday far away from the stress of…

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The exact date when Reith was founded is unknown, but urn -graves indicate that the area around the village was inhabited by a tribe called Veneto-Illyrians as early…

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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.