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Bike-tour Mösern-Seefeld

Route No. 546 - Forest adventure from Mösern to Seefeld


Starting point: Information office Mösern
Finishing point: Information office Seefeld
Ascent100 m
Highest point1,240 m
Route distance5.3 km
Level of difficultymedium
Driving time00:30 hh:mm

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Route: Information office Mösern - Chapel - WM-Anlagen/Skisprungschanzen - Seekirchl -  Information office Seefeld

Route description:
"Through dense forest to Seefeld": The connection between Mösern and Seefeld.
This route has a special character: it leads from the end of Mösern to just before Seefeld through dense woodland and ends directly at the train station in the pedestrian zone of Seefeld. The tour starts directly at the information office in Mösern and then leads on asphalted municipal roads to the south-eastern end of Mösern. The forest adventure begins at the level of the chapel there. The next 1.5 km you drive on footpaths with short but steep ascents and descents. Some roots and coarse gravel have to be considered in sections. Then we descend towards the newly constructed facilities for the Nordic Ski World Championships 2019 and then south of the Olympia ski jump to Seekirchl and into the pedestrian zone of Seefeld.

Tip: Visit the new WM tower at the ski jumps, from here you have a magnificent view. The route ends at the information office Seefeld at the train station. The route is signposted so that it can be used in both directions. If you want a good overview of the new facilities due to the Nord. Ski WM 2019 is exactly right on this route.

Alpine emergency call:
Call: 140


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