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ROUTE: Seefeld Seekirchl - Brunschkopf - Wildmoosalm - Seefeld Seekirchl
Ascent route: From the panorama board south below the Seekirchl up to the little church (Seekirchl) and briefly left towards the WM-tennis hall. Before the WM hall turn right on path no. 2 towards Wildmoos. Up into the Kirchwaldsiedlung and at the upper end of the settlement, along the access road through the "start gate of the Seefelder Skisport Spur", shortly afterwards keeping right at Hörmannweg Nr. 2 in the direction of Wildmoos. After the information board for the "XII Olympic Winter Games 1976" you enter the forest path no. 60, which you follow on the left for some time until you reach the sharp corner on the right where the Blattsteig no. 63 branches off. Turn right here at the Blattsteig through the south-southeast slopes of the Brunschkopf until you reach the Panoramaweg, which leads from the Wildmoosalm to the Brunschkopf (detour of about 15-20 min. to the Brunschkopf possible). Keep right along the Panoramaweg (also Mental Power Weg) downhill until you reach the access road to the Wildmoosalm. Left along this path to the stairs of the winner (playground for children), which is located directly next to the Wildmoosalm.
Return route: Either along the ascent route or at the first turnoff with the short ascent not right back, but straight along the road briefly downhill, after a few meters right on gravel road No. 60 to the turnoff Hörmannweg and from there on the already known path back to the starting point (much shorter!).
STOPS OF INTEREST
The beginnings of Nordic skiing
• Olympic Games 1964
• Olympic Games 1976
• Crank projector with historical pictures
• The farmer of the Olympiaregion Seefeld
• 1985 World Championships
• Martin Tauber
• Toni Seelos
• Ski-jumping and the development of the ski jump record at the Seefeld ski jump as a trail
• Modern-day skiing
• The winners’ podium
Besides the historical showpieces the stations also offer exercise elements relating to cross-country and Alpine skiing. Children can enjoy the specially constructed, ski-themed fitness course, which is set approximately half way along the trail.