Seefeld food and restaurants
You can experience some truly delicious cuisine in and around Seefeld in a variety of different restaurants and bars that cater for different tastes and interests. Milchhof offers some traditional Austrian food and is a firm favourite of Inghams, and Klosterbrau Grill has a brilliant setting in an old wine cellar, serving their own home-brewed beers.
Seefeld wine and bars
Fleder Maus sports bar sits in the centre of town and is lively on the weekend evenings, and Woods is a popular après ski bar in the winter but opens out into a lovely sunny terrace in the summer that overlooks Seekirchl. Beer is the local drink of choice, and you can find home brewed beer on the tap at the Klosterbrau Grill.
Seefeld sits only 10 miles away from the city of Innsbruck, which makes an excellent shopping location for those who want to pick up a few designer goods, souvenirs, clothes, shoes, handbags and more! Getting to Innsbruck is easy, you can get the train from the centre of Seefeld and be within the city within 40 minutes.
Seefeld spas and relaxation
You can find a spa complex in the Olympia Leisure Centre in Seefeld where there are saunas, tranquility rooms, cold plunge pools, relaxation pools, massages on offer as well as beauty treatments.
Most 4-star hotels also offer spa facilities, but notably the Hotel Seespitz has a wonderful indoor/outdoor swimming pool, saunas, steam baths, infrared cabins, gym, massage and beauty treatments. The lake-side location adds to the charm of this hotel.
Seefeld arts, culture and events
With an action-packed summer calendar there is no shortage of things to do in Seefeld throughout the whole season! Experience a slice of real Austrian Tyrolean culture at one of the many town festivals, including the Strudelfest and Annual Dorf Festival.
Exploring further afield, Innsbruck is only a 40 minute train journey away is brimming with culture and history. Visit some famous international landmarks like the Golden Roof, Imperial Palace, Ambras Castle, Tyrolean Folk Art Museum and the Swarovski Crystal World.
Lift and cable-car approx. opening times 2019
Rosshutte: Approx. 04 May to September / October
Car hire is available
Seefeld offers a variety of long and short walks all around the valley, taking in meadows, forests, waterfalls, grassy peaks and limestone gorges. The Seefeld Scharnitz valley is ideal for low level rambles and the lower summits offer wonderful views of limestone peaks. Many walks directly from the village centre to the Gschwandkopf offer lovely village views over rolling hillsides and pastures. Keen hikers will also find plenty of harder walks to challenge them from the Rosshütte.
INGHAMS GUIDED WALKS
A guided walk programme is organised by your Inghams Rep and payable locally. The following programme is shown as a guide only and is subject to change.
The Lakes of Mittenwald / 12km / Easy
After a short walk through the typically beautiful Barvian town of Mittenwald, this walk starts to climb up towards the Sankt Anton Gasthaus through the woods that give Mittenwald its name. The trail continus up to the top of the Kranzberg where, looking back over the town, we are treated to incredible views of the towering Karwendel peaks. Continuing through the forest we walk to the first of the two lakes included in the walk, the Ferchensee. After looping round the edge of the lake the walk turns back towards Mittenwald via the Lautersee, our second lake. As the path ducks into trees again we follow the Lainbach river down past a waterfall and into the oldest part of Mittenwalkd bringing us to the end of the walk.
Scharnitz and the Karawedal Valley / 11km / Easy
After arriving in the town of Scharnitz on the German border, the initial route takes you alongside the river Isar, with a photo stop at a breath-taking gorge. From there, you ascend to the Gleirschhohe and get some amazing views. Then head back down the valley, back to Scharnitz and jump on the bus back to Seefeld.
Exploring the Seefeld Plateau / 14km / Moderate
Starting in Seefeld you head out to the small town of Reith, then after make your way around the Gschwandtkopf mountain to Mosern, where you can enjoy wonderful views down the Inn Valley. Relax and stop for lunch by the Moserer See bathing lake. Follow a gentle path, and make your way back down into Seefeld.
Local Walking Map
Plan your walking in advance, purchase a map of the local area for just £6.95. Must be ordered at time of booking.