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Rambling in Seefeld. Walking Routes in Spring 2

Möserer See, Region Seefeld
Möserer See, Mösern, Region Seefeld. Picture: Ski Paradise

The Region Seefeld in Tirol, Austria, offers a wide range of hiking opportunities, from easy walks around the Wildsee and Reither Moor to more challenging mountain trails with breathtaking views.

In the spring, the region comes alive with wildflowers and greenery, making it an ideal time for walking and exploring the region's many trails.

In the Seefeld Region, several scenic walking routes offer beautiful panoramic views and a chance to enjoy nature while exercising.

Walking is a simple yet effective form of exercise that offers numerous health benefits for people of all ages and fitness levels. Walking is the simplest way to improve your mental and physical well-being.

There are certainly a whole host of reasons to go for a walk in the great outdoors. There seems to be something particularly beneficial about being in the mountainous areas. Research has shown that being outside in nature can reduce stress. There is also evidence that more time spent in nature is beneficial for your heart and your immune system.

Being surrounded by nature not only makes us feel good at the moment but also might have a more lasting effect on our stress levels in our mental health.

Region Seefeld, Moeserer See
Möserer See, Region Seefeld. Picture: Ski Paradise

The small, fine Möserer See is picturesquely embedded in the middle of the idyllic landscape of the Seefeld plateau and is often adorned with rare water lilies.

From the Mösern information office via Calgary, it takes 75 minutes to reach Lake Mösern and back.

Lake Möserer See, at an altitude of 1,295 meters, is an idyllic natural gem between Telfs and Seefeld. Surrounded by a fir forest, the lake attracts bathers and nature lovers. As a moorland lake in a nature reserve, it is home to diverse flora and water birds. Benches set up along the shore offer relaxation and invite you to linger in the tranquil forest atmosphere.

Lake Möserer See is a retreat at any time of year for those who want to experience the beauty of the Tyrolean Alps.

Möserer See, Region Seefeld
Möserer See, Mösern, Region Seefeld. Picture: Ski Paradise

From May, the Möserer Seestub’n restaurant located right beside the lake is open, and the sun terrace is an ideal spot to enjoy tasty treats in summer (also during the winter season). The restaurant is run by Andrea and Hans-Peter who make sure they provide guests with plenty of seasonal, regional products: freshly roasted coffee from Polling, apple juice from Inzing, meat from Haiming, and homemade ice cream from Thaur.

Möserer See, Region Seefeld
Möserer Seestub’n. Mösern, Region Seefeld. Picture: Ski Paradise

Mountain walks help me to reconnect with nature, and to feel really mindful of the environment. After a walk, I am much more efficient at work as well because of that because I've got a focus now. So I really enjoyed thoroughly, thoroughly enjoyed these longer walks in Seefeld.

Being in the mountains, being in a place with breathtaking landscapes, listening to nature, taking the sounds, taking the smells, and enjoying the solitude, but really appreciating where you are is simply one of the best things to do in life.

For more information on hiking trails in Seefeld, you can visit the official website, which provides detailed maps and descriptions of various trails, including their starting points, lengths, elevations, and difficulty ratings.


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