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Seefeld In Tirol, Austria

Seefeld, Austria

Seefeld Location

Click here for a Region Map and details of walking / hiking maps.

The village of Seefeld In Tirol lies in the Tirol (Tyrol) region of Austria and is south of the Germany town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and only a few km north west of Innsbruck. The main road (177) passes to the east of the village.

Seefeld is a member of “Best of the Alps - The Classic Mountain Resorts”.

Walking / Hiking in the Seefeld Area

High walks in the Reither Spitze (2373m) area to the east of Seefeld are good as well as more moderate walks to the south to Gschwandtkopf.  The village of Leutasch north of Seefeld is a good starting point for walks in the Wetterstein mountain range just south of the border with Germany.

The Tourist Office may offer free led walks.

Skiing in the Seefeld Area

Downhill skiing is available in the Reither Spitze (2373m) area, the  Gschwandtkopf area and the Leutasch area.

There are lots of cross country tracks in the area.

Seefeld Walking / Hiking Maps

There are several maps that cover the area at different scales suitable for walking, hiking and exploring the area.

Click here for Seefeld Map Information.

Seefeld Tourist Information

Airports (Flughafen)

The nearest airport to Seefeld is Innsbruck.

  • Innsbruck: 25 km - 0h 20 mins
  • Salzburg: 200 km - 2h 00 mins
  • Munich: 130 km - 1h 30 mins

Rail Stations (Bahnhof)

There is a train station in Seefeld on the line between Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Innsbruck.

    ÖBB (English) also has bus information.

Buses

There are a number of Bus routes.

Cable Cars - Chair Lifts

 

 

Seefeld, Austria
Seefeld, Austria
Seefeld, Austria
Seefeld, Austria

 

Seefeld, Austria

“Walking Easy in the Austrian Alps”
Chet & Carolee Lipton

0933469160
This US book covers day walks in Alpbach, Damüls, Kitzbühel, Neustift, Seefeld, Tschagguns - Schruns, Wagrain, Zell Am Ziller, Wien (Vienna). Walks are graded as ”Gentle”, “Comfortable”, and  ”More Challenging”.There is also a chapter on getting to and about Austria, what to take, and information about Austria.

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