Mountain biking in the Olympic region of Seefeld
An unforgettable experience
Whether sport is your hobby or you're an ambitious biker, everyone can find "their" route in Seefeld and the surrounding area. The best signposted routes with a breathtaking mountain backdrop truly are paradise. With more than 570 km of cycle routes, starting with easy laps for the whole family through to challenging routes for active mountain bikers and athletes, there's a perfect route for everyone, guaranteed. From routes for beginners and families to challenging mountain bike routes, the Seefelder high plateau is one of the most diverse destinations for those wanting to discover the landscape and people on two wheels.
The 570 km cycle routes offer exceptional views and untouched nature such as in Karwendel park, for example. You have the chance to try alpine farming products and celebrate both big and small sporting achievements – these are the "ingredients" for a successful day cycling! You can find all of the routes and important information on cycling in the Olympic Region of Seefeld here!
Strength through nature and exercise
in the Olympic region of Seefeld
The chances to gain strength and vitality in crystal clear air in a breathtaking natural setting are extremely diverse in the Olympic Region of Seefeld. The generous high plateau reaching to the south, sitting 1,200 m above sea level, sets athletes' hearts racing. The joys of exercising in lush meadows, through endless forests and in the moutains, plus the varied and perfect leisure infrastructure lure an abundance of sports enthusiasts to the region.
For mountain bikes, the unique natural landscape at the Seefeld high plateau with the Wetterstein and Karwendel mountain ranges is just perfect.Almost right up to the mountain peak, you have the opportunity to "bike" more than 200 km on approved forest roads and tracks. Captivating views and fresh, clear moutain air make trips into the mountains an extremely special adventure.
Unique routes for ambitious bikers such as the Gaistal valley Alpine paradise, a potential starting point for the "lap of the Zugspitze", the Karwendal Alpine Park, Wildmoos nature reserve with links to Mösern and Buchen, but also family-friendly routes such as along the Leutascher Ache river, round the Ahrnspitze (Leutasch - Scharnitz - Mittenwald - Leutasch) or from Seefeld to Reith really do make the Olympic region a true biking El Dorado.?It's an overwhelming feeling to ascend higher with every pedal and every turn. Your view and mind are cleared in equal measure.??Arriving at the destination – the alpine inn – you've earned some substantial Tyrolean food, enjoy the calm of the mountains, unhurried, and the view of the surrounding peak and into the valley.
Those with a bit of extra time and the right conditions could even scale a peak before leisurely rolling down back into the valley – with a helmet and with care, of course! Anyone wishing to try it out first can rent out a bike and helmet from number of sports businesses in the region and take part in guided tours.