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Quiet beauty and unspoilt countryside epitomise the Wildmoos Nature Reserve. This high plateau between Mösern, Seefeld und Leutasch provides nature lovers with shady woodland, spectacular views and rare natural phenomena. It is an insider tip not only for sporty and outdoor types, but also for anyone in search of simple relaxation. There are fabulous walks throughout the year and in winter it is a veritable paradise for cross-country skiers.

Brunschkopf Panorama, © Region Seefeld, Stefan Wolf

Wildmoos in summer

Summer in Wildmoos is sunny and bright and there are both easy and more challenging biking and hiking trails which lead from Seefeld, Mösern or Leutasch directly to this natural paradise. With a bit of luck, you might even be able to see the two aperiodic lakes.

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Wildmoos, © Region Seefeld

Wildmoos in Winter

Winter turns Wildmoos into a real wonderland with sparkling forests, sunny glades and some of the most beautiful cross-country trails and winter hikes in the whole region.

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With moorland landscapes. little ponds and streams and traditional alms dotted among the forests, there are plenty of places where you can go to recharge your batteries or enjoy some peace and quiet. There is the small bathing lake, one of the warmest in Tyrol, which glistens among the trees close to Mösern and then, if you are lucky, you might come across the two aperiodic lakes, the Wildmoossee and the Lottensee. They appear and disapear as if by magic when the snow melts in spring – just not every year.

Not to be missed are the many pretty refreshment spots and sun terraces around the Brunschkopf. The picturesque huts and alms along the way offer tasty dishes to delight the palate and the Seefeld-Wildmoos Golf Club is the perfect place to unwind while enjoying some delicious fare in the sunshine.  

When the setting sun colours the Inn valley panorama from the Ropferstub’m, or when the morning mist swirls mystically around the Möserer Seestub’n, or the two aperiodic lakes appear between the Wildmoosalm and the Lottenseehütte, then the Wildmoos nature reserve becomes the “jewel in the crown“ for many.

Parking in winter, © Region Seefeld, Bizcomburnz


You can get to the idyllic Wildmoos plateau via different trails from Seefeld, Mösern and Leutasch. If you prefer a more relaxed option, you can take the Wildmoos…

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Kaiserschmarrn preparation with powdered sugar, © Roastmedia, Martini Sportswear


‘Foodies’ have eight refreshment stops around the Wildmoos plateau to choose from.

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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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