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INFORMATION
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Summer 2016
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INDEX
A
Air rifle shooting..........................................4
Airports.......................................................4
Alpine information.......................................4
Angling.......................................................4
Archery.......................................................4
Art, handcrafts, sculptures & wood carving.....4
Astrological services.....................................5
Austrian Alpine club......................................5
Automobile associations...............................5
B
Babysitters..................................................5
Bakeries.....................................................5
Banks/cash dispensers.................................5
Barrier-free establishments...........................6
Bars/pubs...................................................6
Basketball...................................................6
Beach volleyball...........................................6
Beauty salons and chiropodists......................6
Billiards......................................................7
Boat trips....................................................7
Books.........................................................7
Bowling......................................................7
Bowls.........................................................8
Buses.........................................................8
Butcher’s shops...........................................8
C
Cafés/pastry shops......................................8
Camp sites..................................................9
Car parks/garages.......................................9
Casino......................................................10
Cemeteries................................................10
Child care/Programme of
activities for children & families................... 11
Children’s fashion....................................... 11
Church services.......................................... 11
Cinema.....................................................12
Climbing...................................................12
Congress facilities......................................12
Crazy Golf................................................. 13
Cycling /mountain biking /e-biking............. 13
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D
Dancing, music, entertainment....................14
Darts........................................................14
Dentists.................................................... 15
Dialling codes............................................ 15
Directory enquiries (telephone numbers)...... 15
Discos....................................................... 15
DIY store ................................................. 15
Doctors..................................................... 15
Dog parlour/dog boutique........................... 16
Dogs/dog-minders..................................... 16
DVD rental................................................ 16
E
E-Bikes..................................................... 16
Electrical retailers....................................... 16
Emergency ambulance................................ 16
Emergency numbers................................... 16
Estate agents............................................ 16
Events...................................................... 17
Excursions/places of interest/museums....... 19
F
Farm product shops/farmers’ markets.........28
Fashion retailers........................................29
Filling stations...........................................29
Fire services..............................................30
Fitness/personal trainer............................ 30
Florists.....................................................30
Football....................................................30
Funiculars, cable-cars and lifts.....................31
Furniture...................................................31
G
Game and venison.....................................31
Garages/recovery and towing services.........32
Geocaching ..............................................32
Glassware and pottery................................32
Golf..........................................................32
Guest card.................................................33
H
Hairstyling salons......................................33
Hiking /guided walks.................................36
Horse riding...............................................37
Horse-drawn carriage rides..........................38
Hospitals...................................................38
J
Jewellers...................................................39
K
Kneipp facilities.........................................39
L
Laundrette/dry cleaners.............................41
Libraries....................................................41
Local council offices...................................41
Local television station...............................41
Lost property offices...................................41
M
Massage services.......................................42
Milk vending machines...............................42
Minerals...................................................42
Motorcycle retailer.....................................42
Motorway toll stickers................................42
Mountain huts...........................................42
Mountain rescue........................................42
Museums..................................................42
N
Newspapers/magazines/paperbacks...........42
Non-dispensing chemist stores.....................43
Nordic Competence Centre..........................43
Nordic Walking & Running..........................43
O
Opticians...................................................43
Outdoor activity services.............................43
P
Paintball...................................................44
Paragliding & tandem flights ......................44
Parish Office/Parsonage.............................44
Pharmacies...............................................44
Photographic services.................................44
Physiotherapy............................................44
Play areas/play parks................................45
Police.......................................................45
Post office.................................................45
Pre-paid phone cards..................................46
Public toilets..............................................46
Public transport timetables..........................46
Pushchair rental ........................................46
R
Rafting.....................................................46
Railway stations........................................46
Restaurants...............................................47
Road conditions report................................52
Roller ski sport...........................................52
Running & Nordic Walking..........................52
INDEX
I
Information offices.....................................38
Inline-Skating............................................39
Interactive Maps........................................39
Internet access..........................................39
Ironmongers..............................................39
S
Segways...................................................52
Shoe retailers............................................53
Shopping.................................29, 39, 53, 58
Snack bars/takeaways...............................53
Solariums.................................................56
Souvenirs/gifts/accessories........................56
Spas and wellbeing....................................56
Speaking clock..........................................58
Special tributes for returning guests.............58
Spirit retailers............................................58
Sport shops/equipment rental.....................58
Squash.....................................................59
Statutory health insurance fund...................59
Summer biathlon.......................................59
Supermarkets/grocery stores......................59
Swimming pools/saunas............................60
T
Tailors....................................................... 61
Tax free.................................................... 61
Taxis......................................................... 61
Telephone facilities..................................... 61
Tennis....................................................... 61
Tipping.....................................................62
Tobacoonists/newsagents..........................62
Toy shops/stationers..................................62
Traditional attire........................................62
Trains.......................................................63
V
Veterinary surgery......................................63
Vintage vehicle clubs..................................63
W
Weather....................................................63
White Water Sports....................................63
Wildlife enclosure & animal activities ..........63
Wine boutiques/wine tastings....................64
W-Lan/WiFi..............................................64
Wooden products.......................................64
Y
Yoga.........................................................65
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AIR RIFLE SHOOTING
LEUTASCH
Schützenheim (shooting club)
Kirchplatzl 128 a
14th July - 29th September 2016, Thurs, 7 - 9 pm
If a specific number of points are achieved, you
receive a badge; € 3.00 for 5 practice and 10
normal shots (badge incl.)
REITH
Rifle range in club house
Reith information office, tel.: 050880-30,
By prior arrangement only
SCHARNITZ
Schützenheim (shooting club),
in the village hall in Scharnitz
Informations and registration: Walter Lechthaler,
tel.: 0650 5534001, www.sg-scharnitz.at
AIRPORTS
Our closest airports:
Innsbruck, tel.: 0512 22525-0 (switchboard) or
0512 22525-304 (flight information),
www.innsbruck-airport.com
Munich, tel.: +49 89 9750-0 (switchboard) or
+49 89 9752 1313 (flight information),
www.munich-airport.de
ALPINE INFORMATION
Innsbruck Alpine Club, tel.: 0512 587828
Emergency numbers
tel.: 140 (no dialling code necessary, can be
reached via Austrian mobile phone)
tel.: +43 512 140 (from an overseas phone)
EU-emergency number: tel.: 112 (no dialling code
necessary, can be reached via mobile phone)
Alpine distress signal
A repeated signal given 6 times at regular
intervals within the space of one minute,
followed by a one-minute break. The signal
can be audible (shouting or whistling) or visible
(waving a white cloth, flashing a torch).
ANGLING
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LEUTASCH
‘Angelzentrum Weidach’
at the Weidachsee lake, tel.: 0664 8557303,
www.gebirgsforelle.at,
Fishing pond Weidachsee:
No fishing license required! Ideal for children and
for fly-fishing, bait and fishing rod hire in Fishing
Centre, rainbow, brook, and brown trout, char.
Until November 2016 daily from 7 am - 7 pm
Admission incl. 2 kg catch € 22.00, catches
exceeding 2 kg - € 9.00 per kg
Fishing pond Leutascher Ache: Fly-fishing area
only, fishing license and registration required. Day
ticket € 30.00
Fischladele (Fishmonger): Yard sale of fresh and
smoked trout and char specialities.
ARCHERY
SEEFELD
‘Sport Aktiv’
tel.: 05212 99870, www.schisportaktiv.at
Incl. equipment and transfer to the archery range,
min. 4 participants, dates/times by appointment
SCHARNITZ/GIESSENBACH
Archery centre
All 3 ranges can be used by proficient archers, no
reservation required, daily price of € 10.00
Info: Walter Lechthaler, tel.: 0650 5534001,
www.sg-scharnitz.com
ART, HANDCRAFTS,
SCULPTURES AND
WOOD CARVINGS
SEEFELD
Gallery engelart Galerien GmbH i. Gr.
Dorfplatz 25, www.engelart-galerien.com
Röck Wood Carvings
Innsbrucker Str. 20, tel.: 0664 5617183,
www.holzbildhauerei-roeck.at
Thomas Hiltpolt (metalsmith)
Riehlweg 460, tel.: 0664 3578949
Gerhard Neuner (metalsmith)
Römerweg 284, tel.: 05212 2724
LEUTASCH
Martin Albrecht
(blacksmith‘s designer shop: rose smith,
ornamental wrought-iron work),
tel.: 0664 5312152, www.designer-schmiede.at
Anton Baur (wood restorer)
Gasse 172, tel.: 0650 7077700,
www.leutasch-landhaus.at
Andreas Kluckner (ornamental wrought-iron work),
Weidach 351 a, tel.: 05214 67800
Simone Krug (gilding and polychrome work),
Neuleutasch 382, tel.: 0660 2148282,
www.alpengruss.net
’Kunsthandwerk Georg Penz’
Plaik 93, tel.: 0664 2228561,
www.kunsthandwerk-leutasch.com
’Kunstschmiede Nairz’
Platzl 113 a, tel.: 05214 6658,
www.leutascher-alpenexpress.at
ASTROLOGICAL SERVICES
LEUTASCH
Astrologist Barbara Rauth - Lederer
Klamm 58 b, tel.: 05214 5177 or
0664 542 5973
AUSTRIAN ALPINE CLUB
tel.: 0512 59547, www.alpenverein.at
AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATIONS
ADAC (German Automobile Association)
Local partner, former border crossing Scharnitz/
Mittenwald, Am Brunnstein 2, 82481 Mittenwald
tel.: +49 8823 5950
ARBÖ (Austrian Automobile Association)
Saglweg 71, Telfs,
tel.: 050 1232708, www.arboe.at
Breakdown and recovery service: tel.: 123
ÖAMTC (Austrian Automobile Association)
Untermarktstr. 65, Telfs,
tel.: 05262 63095, www.oeamtc.at
Breakdown and recovery service: tel.: 120
BABY SITTERS
A list of all babysitters (including information on
foreign languages spoken) is available in all the
information offices.
BAKERIES
SEEFELD
Baguette/M-Preis
Klosterstr. 276, tel.: 05212 6262-22,
www.baguette.at
Reither Brot, bakery Hueber
Münchner Str. 35, tel.: 05212 2059,
www.reither-brot.at
Ruetz Brot, Kaufhaus Albrecht
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229-622,
www.nannis-cafe.at
LEUTASCH
Baguette/M-Preis
Weidach 340, tel.: 05214 4201,
www.mpreis.at
Bäckerei Pichler
Gasse 167, tel.: 05214 6246,
www.pension-pichler.at
Der Tiroler (Pichler Brot)
Weidach, tel.: 0699 1121 9490
MÖSERN
Schöpf Lebensmittel
Möserer Dorfstr. 7, tel.: 05212 4752,
www.landhaus-schoepf.at
REITH
‘Beim Rasler’
Klaus Haslwanter, Römerstr. 34,
tel.: 05212 3135 (Reither Brot),
opening times (July to October): 8 am - 2 pm
Baguette/M-Preis
Umfahrungsstr. 34, tel.: 05212 4707
Cookieworld.at
Kilzer Hannes, Römerstr. 38/6,
tel.: 0650 6065465, www.cookieworld.at
SCHARNITZ
Reither Brot, bakery Hueber
Innsbrucker Str. 76, tel.: 05213 20235,
www.reither-brot.at
BANKS / CASH DISPENSERS
SEEFELD
BAWAG PSK
Klosterstr. 367, tel.: 0577677 6100,
www.bawagpsk.com
BTV, Bank für Tirol und Vorarlberg
Klosterstr. 397, tel.: 0505333 4207,
www.btv.at, cash dispenser outside
Hypo Tirol Bank
Innsbruckerstr. 8, tel.: 050700 5110,
www.hypotirol.com, cash dispenser outside
Raiffeisenbank (with cash dispenser inside
the bank)
Münchner Str. 38, tel.: 05212 2100,
www.rb-seefeld.at
Tiroler Sparkasse
Bahnhofsplatz 570, tel.: 050 100-71054,
www.sparkasse.at, cash dispenser outside
LEUTASCH
Raiffeisenbank
Kirchplatzl 128 a, tel.: 05214 6333-54513,
www.rb-seefeld.at, cash dispenser inside the bank
Raiffeisenbank
Weidach 322 a, tel.: 05214 6333-54113,
www.rb-seefeld.at, cash dispenser outside bank
MÖSERN
Raiffeisen-Regionalbank Telfs
Mösern branch, Möserer Dorfstr. 11,
cash dispenser only
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REITH
Raiffeisenbank
Römerstr. 52, tel.: 05212 2100-54200,
cash dispenser outside the bank
Opening times: Wed and Fri 8:30 am - 12 noon
SCHARNITZ
Raiffeisenbank
Innsbrucker Str. 28, tel.: 05213 5245-54813,
www.rb-seefeld.at, cash dispenser inside bank
BARRIER-FREE
ESTABLISHMENTS
FOR WHEELCHAIR USERS
A list of wheelchair-friendly accommodation, bars
and restaurants is available on our website
www.seefeld.com under Service/Downloads.
BARS / PUBS
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SEEFELD
‘Beisl’
Klosterstr. 608, tel.: 0664 3405030
‘Britannia Pub’ & ‘Buffalo and Jeep’
Olympiastr. 101, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.fundisco.at
Sports events on the big screen
Café-Bar ‘Coco‘
Bahnhofstr. 124, tel.: 0664 9692022
DANCINGBar ‘Kännchen‘
in the Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA, pedestrian zone,
tel.: 05212 2621-0,
www.klosterbraeu.com
‘Enzo PS - Szene Café‘
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 0664 4252272,
www.enzops.at
‘Espresso Lounge‘
Bahnhofsplatz 613 - Citypassage,
tel.: 0699 14060299
‘Fledermaus’
Bahnhofstr. 242, tel.: 0664 4252272,
www.fledermaus-seefeld.at
‘Loungis‘
Mösererstr. 632, tel.: 05212 2095,
www.loungis-seefeld.at
‘Ωmega Blue’
Bahnhofsplatz 389
‘Park Café’, Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA
Pedestrian zone, tel.: 05212 2621-188,
www.klosterbraeu.com
‘Piano Bar’, Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA
Pedestrian zone, tel.: 05212 2621-444,
www.klosterbraeu.com
‘Platzhirsch - Bistro’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 2201-571,
www.krumers.com
‘Putzi‘s Café’
Bahnhofstr. 33, tel.: 05212 4955
‘Woods Kitchen & Bar’
Klosterstr. 120, tel.: 05212 53210,
www.woods-seefeld.at
Zeitlos, Bar - Café
in Hotel Hocheder
Klosterstr. 121, tel.: 05212 53200,
www.hotel-hocheder.at
LEUTASCH
‘La Bamba’
Weidach 373 b, tel.: 05214 6028
‘Pub à la Pub‘
Weidach 302 b
MÖSERN
‘9ers’ Restaurant - Lounge - Bar
Möserer Dorfstr. 2, tel.: 05212 4747,
www.inntalerhof.com
REITH
‘All Reith’
Römerstr. 22, tel.: 05212 3859
SCHARNITZ
‘Café in der Länd’
Hinterautalstr. 355, tel.: 0664 5532194
‘Campingstüberl‘
Brand 390, tel.: 0699 10109009
‘Alte Mühle’
Innsbrucker Str. 29, tel.: 05213 20047,
www.altemuehle-scharnitz.at
BASKETBALL
REITH
In front of the club house
Free to use, information: Reith information office,
tel.: 050880-30
BEACH VOLLEYBALL
SEEFELD
‘Strandperle Seefeld’
tel.: 05212 2436,
www.strandperle.at
BEAUTY SALONS
AND CHIROPODISTS
(by appointment only)
SEEFELD
‘Alpenhotel… fall in Love’
Dorfplatz 28, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.alpenlove.at
‘Astoria Relax & Spa Hotel’
Geigenbühelstr. 185, tel.: 05212 2272-0,
www.astoria-seefeld.com
‘Beauty Lounge Seefeld’
Bahnhofsplatz 613 - Citypassage,
tel.: 0664 1865455,
www.beauty-lounge-seefeld.at
‘Beauty & More by Katarina’
Möserer Str. 53, beside Hotel St. Peter,
tel.: 0664 3919954
‘Bettinas’ - Beauty salon and chiropody practice
Claudiastr. 368/corner of Haspingerstr.
tel.: 0650 4163404,
www.seefeld-kosmetik.at
appointments from Tuesday to Friday
‘Das Hotel Eden‘
Münchner Str. 136, tel.: 05212 50495,
www.eden-seefeld.at
‘Ellen‘s Naildesign‘, nail studio
Karwendelweg 80, tel.: 0699 17275402,
www.ellens-naildesign.at
‘Haarschmid’
Münchner Str. 143, tel.: 05212 2992,
www.haarschmid.at
(beauty treatments only)
‘Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA‘
Pedestrian zone, tel.: 05212 2621-0,
www.klosterbraeu.com
‘Krumers Post Hotel & Spa‘
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 2201600,
www.krumers.com
‘Natur Hotel Lärchenhof & Spa’
Geigenbühelstr. 203, tel.: 05212 2383-333,
www.hotel-laerchenhof-seefeld.com
‘Pelikan’
Bahnhofsplatz/Citypassage,
tel.: 05212 2650 (beauty treatments only)
Tiefenbrunner Andrea
Kurhotelpromenade 95, tel.: 0664 2747319
(chiropody only)
LEUTASCH
’Hotel Quellenhof Leutasch ****S’
Weidach 288, tel.: 05214 6782-507,
www.quellenhof.at
‘Sporthotel Xander’
Kirchplatzl 147, tel.: 05214 6581,
www.xander-leutasch.at
(beauty treatments only)
MÖSERN
Hotel ‘Inntalerhof’
Möserer Dorfstr. 2, tel.: 05212 4747,
www.inntalerhof.com
REITH
‘Top Hair’ Alpenkönig
Römerstr. 52, tel.: 05212 20128, by
appointment only
BILLIARDS
SEEFELD
‘Ferienhotel Kaltschmid’/’Britannia Pub’
tel.: 05214 2191, www.kaltschmid.info
Open daily 2 pm - 2 am, € 1.50 per game
Sports events on the big screen
LEUTASCH
‘La Bamba’
Weidach 373 b, tel.: 05214 6028
Open daily (except Tues and Wed) from 4 pm
€ 1.00 per game
‘Pub à la Pub’
Weidach 302 b
Open daily (except Mon) from 11 am
€ 1.00 per game
BOAT TRIPS
SEEFELD
‘Strandperle Seefeld’
tel.: 05212 2436,
www.strandperle.at
New pedalos, rental of SUP boards, stand-up
paddling lessons
BOOKS
Paperbacks are available in all the supermarkets in
the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’, tobacconist
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229-648,
‘Bahnhofstrafik’ (at the railway station)
tel.: 05212 2306
LEUTASCH
‘Tabaktrafik Gapp’
Weidach 321 a, tel.: 05214 6286
BOWLING
SEEFELD
‘zur Kug‘l’ bowling lanes
In the Haus Europa opposite Seefeld railway
station, Tyrolean bowling,
tel.: 0664 2159635,
www.seefeld-fun.com
4 fully automatic bowling lanes, gaming
machines, table football, table tennis, free WiFi
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July and August, Mon - Fri from 8 pm.
Available for use during the daytime too by prior
arrangement all year round
€ 15.00 per hour, per lane (irrespective of the
number of players)
Bowling/crazy golf package - 25% discount
LEUTASCH
‘Alpenhotel zum See’
Weidach 336, tel.: 05214 5142,
www.alpenhotelzumsee.at
2 bowling lanes, open daily - prior reservation
necessary, € 10.00 per hour, per lane
SCHARNITZ
‘Gasthof Risserhof’
tel.: 05213 5240 or 05213 20020,
www.risserhof.com
2 fully automatic bowling lanes, open daily
€ 9.00 per hour
(€ 1 discount for holders of the Olympiaregion
Seefeld Card)
BOWLS (BOCCIA)
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
‘Ropferstub´m’
tel.: 05262 65949, www.ropferhof.at
Free boccia games - please reserve in advance
Daily, from June to end of October, (weather
permitting) (except on those days when the
Ropferstub’m restaurant is closed) from 10:30 am
until 6 pm. Please call beforehand to reserve!
BUSES
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With a regional bus ticket credited with
€ 12.00, guests can make use of all the public
service buses in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
to travel between the villages of Seefeld,
Leutasch, Mösern/Buchen, Reith and Scharnitz
throughout the duration of their holiday. For
journeys outside these villages, the VVT tariffs
(local public transport network tariffs) apply.
NB: The regional bus ticket is available for
purchase in all the information offices of the
Olympiaregion Seefeld or at the most hotel or
guesthouses. (It is not available for purchase in
the buses themselves.) Children up to the age
of 15 in possession of a valid ‘Olympiaregion
Seefeld card‘ travel free of charge. Guests
arriving by train, upon showing confirmation
of an accommodation reservation in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld, can travel free of charge
(within Austria national territory) to the bus
stop closest to their holiday accommodation.
In accordance with the current valid conditions
of the transportation company, dogs can be
taken free of charge. They must, however, wear
muzzles and be on a leash. Detailed bus timetables
are available free of charge in all the information
offices. The Seefeld shuttle bus is free of charge;
charges apply to the ‘Wildmoos‘ bus (Seefeld Wildmoosalm) and to the following routes:
Leutasch - Mittenwald (and return), Scharnitz Mittenwald (and return), Mösern/Buchen - Telfs (and
return).
BUTCHER’S SHOPS
SEEFELD
‘Eurospar’
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 05212 22291,
www.albrecht-betriebe.at
LEUTASCH
‘Gut Leutasch’
Klamm 80a, Michael Skamrada,
tel.: 05214 5226 or 0664 8878 4281,
www.gutleutasch.at
SCHARNITZ
Heinz Gaugg
Meat farm (venison and lamb available
depending on season)
Hinterautalstr. 200a, tel.: 0664 222 5389,
opening times on request
All the supermarkets in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
also offer a wide selection of fresh meat products.
CAFÉS / PASTRY SHOPS
SEEFELD
‘Alt Seefeld’, Erlebnis-Wirtshaus
Olympiastr. 101, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.kaltschmid.info
‘Am Kurpark’, Ferienhotel Kaltschmid
Olympia Str. 101, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.kaltschmid.info
‘Café-Bar Coco’
Bahnhofstr. 124, tel.: 0664 9692022
‘Corso’
Bahnhofstr. 163, tel.: 05212 2262
‘Elisabeth’
Bahnhofsplatz 389, tel.: 0664 3330671
‘Enzo PS-Szene Café‘
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 0664 4252272,
www.enzops.at
‘Espresso Lounge’
Bahnhofsplatz 613 - Citypassage,
tel.: 0699 1406 0299
‘GOLF-IN’
Reitherspitzstr. 632d, tel.: 0699 10072375
‘K. u. K.’
Bahnhofstr. 163, tel.: 0664 4252272
‘Mocca-Mühle‘, Hotel Elite
Andreas Hofer Str. 39, tel.: 05212 2901,
www.elite-seefeld.at
‘Nannis’, in ‘Kaufhaus Albrecht’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229-622,
www.nannis-cafe.at
‘Niveau’
Innsbrucker Str. 11, tel.: 05212 3441
‘Peintner Confiserie’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 05212 2539,
www.meilerhof.at
Café ‘Törtchen’
Kindergartenweg 840, tel.: 05262 62145 9405
‘Platzhirsch’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 2201-571,
www.krumers.com
Café-Bar ‘Segafredo Espresso’
Rosshütte top station, tel.: 05212 2416-0,
www.rosshuette.at
‘Strandperle’
Innsbrucker Str. 500, tel.: 05212 2436,
www.strandperle.at
‘Via Veneto’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 0676 3477627
‘Zeitlos, Bar - Café’
In Hotel Hocheder
Klosterstr. 121, tel.: 05212 53200,
www.hotel-hocheder.at
‘Menthof’
Brochweg 15, tel.: 05212 4756,
www.menthof.at
‘Möserer Seestub‘n‘
Möserer Seeweg 16, tel.: 05212 4779
‘Ropferstub‘m’
Buchen 6-8, tel.: 05262 65949,
www.ropferstubm.com
‘Zum Neunerwirt’
Möserer Dorfstr. 23, tel.: 05212 4866,
www.alpenwelt.at
LEUTASCH
‘Kaminstüberl‘ in ‘Sporthotel Raffl’
Weidach 314 a, tel.: 05214 6634,
www.rafflshotel.at
‘Sky-Sports-Lounge’ in the Alpenhotel Karwendel
Ostbach 18, tel.: 05214 6304,
www.karwendel.com
German premier league (and other events) live
and in HD, programme as advertised
SEEFELD
‘Camp Alpin’
Leutascher Str. 810, tel.: 05212 4848,
www.camp-alpin.at
MÖSERN
‘Alt-Mösern‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 15, tel.: 05212 4737,
www.alt-moesern.at
‘Dorfkrug’
Möserer Dorfstr. 32, tel.: 05212 4766,
www.gasthof-dorfkrug.com
‘Inntalerhof’
Möserer Dorfstr. 2, tel.: 05212 4747,
www.inntalerhof.com
‘Kaiserhof’
Albrecht-Dürer-Weg 1, tel.: 05212 52509,
www.vitalhotel-kaiserhof.at
‘Landcafé Schöpf‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 7-9, tel.: 05212 4752,
www.landhaus-schoepf.at
SCHARNITZ
‘Karwendel Camp’
Am Brandlift 390, tel.: 0699 10109009,
www.karwendelcamp.at
REITH
‘Café Englhof‘
Gstoagweg 13, tel.: 05212 3138,
www.engl-hof.com
‘Strandcafé Sonja‘ (only in summer)
Gschwandtweg 9, tel.: 05212 3138
SCHARNITZ
‘Café in der Länd’
Hinterautalstr. 355, tel.: 0664 5532194
‘Café Reither Brot‘, ‘Bäckerei Hueber‘
Innsbrucker Str. 76, tel.: 05213 20235,
www.reither-brot.at
CAMP SITES
Overnight camping is strictly prohibited in all public
parking areas.
LEUTASCH
‘Tirol.Camp Leutasch’
Reindlau 230 b, tel.: 05214 6570,
www.tirol.camp
CAR PARKS /
GARAGES
SEEFELD
Free car parking:
Fussballplatzparkplatz (near the football pitch)
(P16), Möserer Str.
Reithalle (beside the riding stables) (P17),
Leutascher Str.
WM-Halle (P14), Möserer Str.
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Paid car parking:
Apotheken Parkplatz (near the pharmacy) (P8),
Münchner Str.
Fiakerparkplatz (near the horse-drawn carriage
stand) (P3), Innsbrucker Str.
Garage Auto Nemeth KG,
Münchner Str. 75, tel.: 05212 2407, (Eni filling
station), multi-car garage, 5 spaces, Mon - Sat, 8
am - 7:30 pm, Sun and public holidays, 9 am - 7 pm.
Klosterbräu car park (P10), Olympia Str.
Parking spaces beside the railway station (P5),
Bahnhofplatz
Raiffeisenbank (P6), Andreas-Hofer-Str.
Strandbad (P1), Innsbrucker Str.
Underground car park - Eurospar, Olympia Str.
Underground car park - Olympia Sport- &
Kongresszentrum,
Klosterstr. 600, tel.: 05212 3220,
213 spaces (including 2 parking places for the
disabled), open 8 am - 11 pm, entry and exit also
during the night
LEUTASCH
Free car parking:
Puitbach, climbers’ car park
Paid car parking:
Moos, Rauthhütte car park
Moos/branch off to Buchen, Rödlach car park
Klamm/Gaistal, Stupfer and Salzbach car park
Kirchplatzl, Gemeindehaus/Friedhof, beside
the local council offices/cemetery (short-term
parking zone)
Weidach, ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad leisure centre
Weidach, football pitch
Weidach, music pavilion
Weidach, bridge Weidachbrücke
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Free car parking:
Beside the information office, cars only
(short-term parking zone - parking disc must be
displayed)
Mösererseeweg (buses)
Möserer Str. beside the Hotel ‘Inntalerhof‘
(buses and cars), (short-term parking zone parking disc must be displayed)
beside the ‘Seewaldalm’ (buses and cars)
REITH
Free car parking:
entrance Maxhütte
(opposite the ÖBB substation)
opposite the fire station
opposite the information office
at the music pavilion
Paid car parking:
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at the swimming pool at Gschwandt
SCHARNITZ
Free car parking:
‘Gemeindeamt’ (local council offices) - parking
disc must be displayed (max. 1 hour),
Paid car parking:
car parks Schraffelbrücke, Riedboden,
Mühlberg and Karwendel.
When you purchase a parking ticket, you also
receive a voucher that can be redeemed in
numerous cafés/restaurants in Scharnitz.
CASINO
SEEFELD
Seefeld Casino
Every day from 1 pm, you can enjoy a multifaceted programme of entertainment! From
roulette to poker, from Black Jack and baccarat
to gaming machines - here in Seefeld Casino
it’s all about luck, luck, luck! Enjoy a fantastic
programme of entertainment, along with
superb culinary offerings and a truly electric
atmosphere. The sound of chips being stacked,
the dancing of the ball in the roulette wheel,
the colourful array of chips on the table, and
the fluttering of the playing cards in the hands
of the croupier - the cosy yet elegant casino in
Seefeld offers an unparalleled world of thrills
and gaming entertainment. High winnings,
good payout chances, clear explanations of all
the games and show tournaments transform
a visit to the casino into an unforgettable
experience. To be admitted to the casino
you must be at least 18 years of age and in
possession of valid photo-ID. All visitors to
the casino can purchase chips to the value
of € 30.00 for just € 27.00. You can have
this casino package electronically added to
your Olympiaregion Seefeld guest card, if you
wish - either at the reception of your hotel or
in any of the information offices in the region.
Detailed information on contests, events and
entertainment in Seefeld Casino can be found
at www.seefeld.casinos.at. Seefeld Casino enjoy the ultimate experience! Open daily from
1 pm.
CEMETERIES
SEEFELD
Situated above the ‘Römerweg‘ (near the bypass road) in the ‘Föhrenwald‘ woods. Single
graves and family graves, military cemetery and
a grave for victims of the Dachau concentration
camp. Memorial to the Unborn Child (see also
page 20).
LEUTASCH
beside ‘Pfarrkirche zur Hl. Magdalena’
(Parish Church of St. Magdalene), Kirchplatzl
beside ‘Pfarrkirche zum Hl. Johannes’
(Parish Church of St. John), Unterkirchen
MÖSERN
beside the Parish Church
REITH
beside the Parish Church
SCHARNITZ
Forest cemetery (Waldfriedhof) beside the
Brandlift ski-tow in Eisack
CHILD CARE / PROGRAMME
OF ACTIVITIES FOR
CHILDREN & FAMILIES
Summer time is children‘s time! During
the summer months, the Olympiaregion
Seefeld provides an action-packed and varied
programme of events for children. Please request
our detailed folder containing information on all
childcare facilities (children’s clubs) and all
children’s entertainment programmes in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld. This information is
available in all information offices or under
www.seefeld.com.
CHILDREN’S FASHION
SEEFELD
‘Sport & Mode Albrecht’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2421,
www.sportalbrecht.com
‘Christine Souvenir’
Bahnhofsplatz 389, tel.: 0699 10522828
‘engelart - Couture for Little Angels’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 20090
‘Iguana Baby Kids & Junior’
Innsbrucker Str. 11a, tel.: 05212 51900,
www.iguana-charlie.at
‘Sporthaus Kirchmair’
Münchner Str. 42, tel.: 05212 2268,
www.sporthaus-kirchmair.at
‘Trachten Loisel’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2147,
www.trachten-mode-seefeld.at
‘Triumph International’
Bahnhofstr. 163, tel.: 05212 99816,
www.triumph.at
CHURCH SERVICES
SEEFELD
Detailed information on all Holy Masses,
processions and all other Catholic fests is available
at www.pfarramt-seefeld.at.
SERVICES IN ITALIAN
SUN, 24.07, 31.07, 07.08, 14.08, 21.08
and 28.08.2016 and MON 15.08.2016 in St.
Oswald Parish Church at 11:30 am.
PROTESTANT SERVICES in the Seekirchl church
Every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from
July until the end of September 2016 (10.07,
24.07, 14.08, 28.08, 11.09, 25.09.2016)
at 11 am.
LEUTASCH
CATHOLIC MASSES
Oberleutasch/Kirchplatzl Parish Church
SAT, 7 pm, early evening mass
SUN, 10 am, mass
Unterleutasch/Unterkirchen Parish Church
SUN, 8:30 am, mass
Weekdays - see notice boards by churches!
Programme of services is available to take away.
FESTIVAL SERVICES
Oberleutasch/Kirchplatzl Parish Church
THURS,05.05.16: 10 am, Ascension Day, First
Communion Festivities
SUN, 15.05.16: 10 am, Whitsunday, Holy Mass
SUN, 22.05.16: 10 am, Holy Confirmation of
the parishes of Oberleutasch and Unterleutasch.
Conformation administered by dean Dr. Peter
Scheiring
THURS,26.05.16: 10 am, Corpus Christi, Holy
Mass, then procession
FRI, 22.07.16: 2 pm, Patronage Holy Mary
Magdalene festival service, then procession
MON, 15.08.16: 10 am, Assumption Day, parish
service with herb blessing
SUN, 02.10.16: 10 am, Harvest Festival, parish
service with Harvest Thanksgiving Blessing, 9:30 am:
procession with the thanksgiving cart to the
church and festival service
Unterleutasch/Unterkirchen Parish Church
SUN, 15.05.2016: 8.30 am, Whitsunday,
Holy Mass
SUN, 26.06.16: 10 am, patronage of John the
Baptist followed by procession, church festival
MON, 15.08.16: 8:30 am, Assumption Day,
parish service with herb blessing
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MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Parish Church Maria Heimsuchung
Sundays and public holidays: 8:30 am, Holy Mass
Ringing of the Peace Bell: daily at 5 pm
Festival Services/Processions
SAT, 02.07.16: 10 am, Patronage of St. Mary
REITH
St. Nikolaus Parish Church
SUN, 10 am, office
SAT, 7 pm, early evening mass
Maria Hilf Church/Auland
TUES, 7 pm, mass (May to October)
Magnus Kapelle chapel in Leithen
WED, 7 pm, mass (May to October)
Festival Services/Processions
SUN, 01.05.16.: 10 am, First Communion
Festivities with the Reith Brass Band
SUN, 15.05.16: 10 am, Whit Service and
baptism with Reith Choral Society
THURS, 26.05.16: 9 am, Corpus Christi
Procession with all village associations
SUN, 05.06.16: 9 am, Sacred Heart Procession
with all village associations
MON, 15.08.16: 10 am, Church Patronage
in Auland Maria Hilf Chapel with the Reith
“Bergkapelle” music band and the Reith Rifle Club
SUN, 02.10.16: 10 am, Harvest Thanksgiving
with all village associations
SCHARNITZ
Maria Hilf Parish Church
SUN, 9:30 am and 7 pm, church service
MON, TUES, THURS, FRI, 7 pm, church service
Festival Services/Processions
THURS, 05.05.16: 9 am, Ascension Day and First
Communion Festivities
THURS,26.05.16: 8:30 am, Holy Mass followed
by Corpus Christi Procession with the societies
and inhabitants of Scharnitz (procession weather
permitting only)
SUN, 05.06.16: 8:30 am, Holy Mass followed
by Sacred Heart Procession with the societies
and inhabitants of Scharnitz (procession weather
permitting only)
MON, 15.08.16: 8:30 am, Holy Mass followed
by Assumption Day Procession with the societies
and inhabitants of Scharnitz (procession weather
permitting only)
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CINEMA
SEEFELD
Cinepoint Seefeld
In the Olympia Sports & Congress Centre,
tel.: 05212 3311, www.cinepoint.at.
Since May 2013: Austria’s most up-to-date,
digital 3D cinema! A choice of films shown daily
(2 pm, 3:15 pm, 5:45 pm, 8:20 pm), from
up-to-date blockbusters to the latest children’s
films, there’s something to suit everyone!
The cinema programme is available in Seefeld
information office, or it can be viewed online at
www.cinepoint.at. Special offer: ‘Every day =
Ladies’ Day!’ All ladies receive a glass of sparkling
wine as a welcome drink - we look forward to
your visit!
CLIMBING
LEUTASCH
‘Kletterwald Leutaschklamm’ - high rope
forest adventure course
The “Kletterwarld Geisterklamm” high-rope
adventure course is located at the entrance to
the Spirit Gorge in Leutasch. Equipped with a
revolutionary safety system, the ropes course
enables you to fulfil your dreams of treetop
climbing at heights ranging between 4 and
14 metres. Constructed over two different
levels, the course boasts a wide range of new
elements. Ours is not a run-of-the-mill high
ropes adventures course in which you have to
follow a set route. Here the obstacle elements
fan out from a central platform. Each participant
can select his or her own route and is free to
choose the elements he or she wants to tackle
which minimises congestion and waiting time. In
addition, this summer you can try out the brand
new flying fox course with 3 zip lines that lets you
cross the Leutasch gorge at high speed several
times over. Children taller than 1.25 metres can
enjoy the high ropes adventure course when
accompanied by an adult. Those taller than 1.45
metres can tackle the course alone. For detailed
information contact Stefan Reich, State Certified
Mountain and Skiing Guide, www.kletterwaldleutasch.at, tel.: 0699 1814 9731.
CONGRESS FACILITIES
SEEFELD
Olympia Sports & Congress Centre
tel.: 05212 3220, www.seefeld-sports.at
3 fully technically equipped congress halls
(capacity 15 -300 people), additional cinema hall
(148 people) and restaurant, 210 parking spaces,
underground car park;
Main building at the foot of the Toni Seelos ski
jump (140 people), 100 parking spaces (outside)
WM Hall (1,200 - 2,500 people)
tel.: 05212 3220, parking available
LEUTASCH
‘ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad’
Weidach 275 b, tel.: 05214 6380,
www.alpenbad-leutasch.com
‘Hohe Munde’ banquet hall (up to 350 people),
‘Wetterstein’ banquet hall (up to 2,500 people)
The detailed MICE Folder with information on
all hotels with meeting rooms as well as all
conference facilities, entertainment/event centres
and service providers/suggestions for leisure time
programmes can be found at www.seefeld.com.
CRAZY GOLF
SEEFELD
Innsbrucker Straße
next to the Hotel Seespitz, by the Wildsee Lake
tel.: 0664/2159635, Pit-Pat: Mixture of billiards
and mini-golf, prices as for mini-golf,
Daily 10 am - 10 pm
Adults Children
1 round € 4.00 € 3.00
Double-round: 1x Mini golf and 1x Pit-Pat
(Billiard golf) € 5.00
€ 4.00
Bowling/crazy golf package - 25% discount
Riehlweg
Opposite Seefeld railway station, beside the ‘zur
Kug’l’ bowling lanes
tel.: 0664 2159635,
www.seefeld-fun.com
Free WiFi, daily 9 am - 10 pm
Adults Children
1 round € 4.00 € 3.00
Bowling/crazy golf package - 25% discount
CYCLING/
MOUNTAINBIKING/E-BIKING
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
A true paradise for beginners and advanced,
the Olympiaregion Seefeld can boast more than
34 routes of public bike paths. Bike maps including
extensive route descriptions are available in all
information offices.
Bike rental and servicing:
SEEFELD
‘Fun-Sport Frank’
tel.: 0664 5162863, www.funsport-frank.com
Mountain bike hire (also for children)
Adult mountain bike
€ 20.00 - € 30.00
(depending on model)
Child mountain bike, 1 day € 10.00
Weekend package
€ 30.00
E-Bike, 1 day € 25.00 - € 35.00 (depending
on model)
Bike trailers (space for up to 2 children) € 20.00
‘2-Rad Corner’
tel.: 05212 4144, www.ossi-niederkircher.at
Mountain bike, ½ day € 13.00
Mountain bike, 1 day € 17.00 - € 25.00
Child mountain bike, ½ day € 7.00
Child mountain bike, 1 day € 12.00
Delivery of bikes is also possible with groups.
‘Sport Norz’
tel.: 05212 6252, www.sport-norz.at
Mountain bikes - racing bikes - electric bikes
Sales - rental - service for all makes
Mountain bike (Hardtail, Fully, Fatbike)
Hire 1 day € 15.00 - 30.00
Child mountain bike, 1 day € 10.00
Child seat, 1 day € 5.00
Trailer (child trailer), 1 day € 20.00
Electric bike and electric mountain bikes
1 day € 20.00 - € 30.00
Racing bikes 1 day € 25.00
Helmet € 3.00
LEUTASCH
‘Alpenhotel Karwendel’
Ostbach 18, tel.: 05214 6304,
ww.karwendel.com
Electric mountain bike rental
‘Sport Günter’
Weidach, tel.: 05214 6305,
www.nordicshop.at
Electric bike and electric mountain bike rental
‘Sport Wedl’,
Weidach, tel.: 05214 6444, www.sport-wedl.com
Rental of mountain and city bikes, bike service
and repairs
Mo - Fr 9 am - 12 noon and 3 - 6 pm
Sa 9 am - 12 noon
Adult 1 day € 12.00 1 afternoon € 9.00 1 week
€ 72.00 E-bike rental
Bike trailer € 8.00
Child seat
Shadow (children) Child
€ 9.00
€ 7.00
€ 54.00
€ 3.50
€ 8.00
SCHARNITZ
‘Campingstüberl’
Tel.: 0699 10109009, www.karwendelcamp.at,
Prices on request
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‘Café in der Länd’
Tel.: 0664 5532194
Prices available on request, flyers are available in
Scharnitz Information Office
Guided bike tours:
SEEFELD
‘Sport Aktiv’
tel.: 05212 99870,
www.schisportaktiv.at
Easy, moderate and demanding tours for beginners
and advanced in the Seefeld area, half-day and
full-day tours, mountain bikes not included.
Private half-day tours per bike guide
up to 8 persons
€ 165.00
Private full-day tours per bike guide
up to 8 persons
€ 210.00
Dates and times can be found in the Sport Aktiv
weekly programme.
For further information call 05212 99870 or
0664 392 7846.
E-bike tours: half-day or full-day tours available on
request for private individuals or as a group
‘Sport Norz’
Tel.: 05212 6252, www.sport-norz.at
Guided tours, tour suggestions and tips as well as
bike servicing for all makes and models, bookings
in the shop
‘2-Rad Corner’
Tel.: 05212 4144, www.ossi-niederkircher.at
Guided tours on request.
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Fabian Kikl
Tel.: 0664 5465556
Certified Mountain Bike Guide, planning and
organization of guided mountain bike tours
SCHARNITZ
Plenty of information about the Karwendel Nature
Park, huts, touring suggestions and bike maps
are available in the Scharnitz information office,
tel.: 050880-40
DANCING, MUSIC AND
ENTERTAINMENT
DAILY OR SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK:
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SEEFELD
Ferienhotel Kaltschmid - ‘Am Kurpark‘ café
and restaurant
www.kaltschmid.info
From 13.5. - 23.10.2016: dancing with solo
entertainer ‘Ervin’, every Tuesday to Sunday from
4 pm - 5 pm and every evening from 8 pm - 11 pm
Inn ‘Alt Seefeld’ - Erlebniswirtshaus
www.kaltschmid.info
From 13.5. - 23.10.2016: Music and dancing
with solo entertainers, daily from 9 pm - 1:30 am
‘Gasthof Batzenhäusl‘
www.gasthof-seefeld.com
From 11.5. - 16.10.2016: Pre-lunchtime ‘Frühschoppen’ get-togethers (weather permitting) every
Sunday (from 15.05.2016) from 11 am - 1 pm;
dancing and music in the evenings as advertised.
American Cocktail Bar ‘Fledermaus‘
www.fledermaus-seefeld.at
From the beginning of June to mid-October 2016:
Varied programme as advertised! Special event:
Every Wednesday in July and August ‘Karaoki
Party!’ Open daily from 6 pm - 4 am
Hotel Klosterbräu ***** & Spa - Piano Bar
www.klosterbraeu.com
From 17.6. - 19.11.2016: Piano and entertainment music several times a week from 9 pm to
midnight. Free admission! Call for dates or visit
www.klosterbraeu.com
‘Buffalo’ Western Saloon and ‘Jeep’ fun disco
www.kaltschmid.info
From 13.5. - 22.10.2016 with DJs and a varied
programme of events. Opening days as advertised.
Opening times: 10 pm - 6 am.
Hotel Seefelderhof
www.seefelderhof.com
From 18.5. - 12.10.2016: Every Wednesday
from 8 pm, convivial live music with the duo
“Abendrot”, free admission!
WEEKLY:
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
‘9ers’ Restaurant - Lounge - Bar:
Culinary delights for discerning palates - creative,
sophisticated and beautifully balanced &
spacious sun-drenched terrace. Bar & cocktails
from 5 pm daily. From end of May to mid-October
2016 live music once a week as advertised.
DARTS
SEEFELD
‘Ferienhotel Kaltschmid’/’Britannia Pub’
tel.: 05214 2191, www.kaltschmid.info
Open daily 2 pm - 2 am, from € 1.00 per game
Sports events on the big screen
LEUTASCH
‘La Bamba’
Weidach 373 b, tel.: 05214 6028
Open daily (except Tues and Wed), from 4 pm,
€ 1.00 per game
‘Pub à la Pub’
Weidach 302 b, open daily (except Mon),
from 11 am, € 1.00 per game
SCHARNITZ
‘Campingstüberl’
tel.: 0699 10109009,
www.karwendelcamp.at
‘Gasthof Alte Mühle’
tel.: 05213 20047,
www.altemuehle-scharnitz.at,
open daily
‘Gasthof Risserhof’
tel.: 05213 5240 or 05213 20020,
www.risserhof.com
DENTISTS
SEEFELD
Dr. Scherfler
Münchner Str. 300, tel.: 05212 3275,
www.zahnarzt-scherfler.at
Surgery hours: Mon - Fri 8 am - 6 pm by
appointment
Dr. med. dent. Kathrin Vizi
Innsbruckerstr. 525, tel.: 05212 20121,
www.zahnarzt-seefeld.co.at
Surgery hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs 8 am - 12 noon
and 1 pm - 5 pm, Wed, Fri 8 am - 12 noon
DIALLING CODES
Austria 0043
Australia 0061
Belgium 0032
Canada 001
France 0033
Germany 0049
Great Britain 0044
Israel 00972
Italy 0039 & 0 (except for mobile nos.)
Japan 0081
Luxembourg 00352
Netherlands 0031
Russia 007 (& 0)
Spain 0034
Switzerland 0041
USA 001
DIRECTORY ENQUIRIES
(TELEPHONE NUMBERS)
For domestic numbers, EU numbers and numbers
from all neighbouring countries tel.: 118877, from
overseas, tel.: 0900 118877
DISCOS
SEEFELD
‘Buffalo and Jeep’
Olympiastr. 101, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.fundisco.at
DANCINGBar ‘Kännchen‘
in the Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA, pedestrian zone
tel.: 05212 2621-0, www.klosterbraeu.com
DIY STORE
LEUTASCH
‘Raiffeisen Lagerhaus‘
Kirchplatzl 128 a, tel.: 05214 625054918,
www.lagerhaus.at
DOCTORS
If you are in possession of your European
Health Insurance Card, you can go straight to
a doctor. Payment will be settled directly via
the insurance provided that the doctor has a
contract with the compulsory health insurance
fund. For further information, contact the
‘Tiroler Gebietskrankenkasse‘, Klara-Pölt-Weg 2,
Innsbruck, tel.: 0591 60-0, or the branch
office, ‘Gebietskrankenkasse Tirol‘, Telfs Office,
Untermarkt 48, PF 37, tel.: 0591 60-31 32
SEEFELD
Dr. med. univ. Alois Durnes
General Practitioner, Münchner Str. 300,
tel.: 05212 3781 or 05212 2709,
surgery hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 12 noon and
4 pm - 6 pm, and by appointment
Dr. med. univ. Benedikt Klein
Münchner Str. 268, tel.: 05212 20125 or
0680 2430349
General Practitioner, Sports Physician
Surgery hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, 8:30 am - 12
noon and 3:30 pm - 6 pm, Wed, 8:30 am - 12
noon, Fri, 8:30 am - 2 pm and appointment
Dr. med. univ. Dr. phil. Andreas Wiseman
Münchner Str. 68, tel.: 05212 5151,
www.arzt-seefeld.at
Specialist in Inner Medicine
Psychosomatic Medicine, Acupuncture, Medical
Hypnosis, Surgery hours: Mon - Thurs, 8:30 am 12 noon, Mon - Wed, 1:30 pm - 3 pm, Thurs 2
pm - 5 pm, and by appointment
LEUTASCH
Dr. Oswald Heis
General Practitioner, Weidach 293 a,
tel.: 05214 6910, surgery hours: Mon - Fri 8 am 12 noon, Mon, Wed & Fri 5 pm - 7 pm
SCHARNITZ
Dr. med. Hamid Homayouni
(from 1st July Dr. Hubert Hofstötter)
General Practitioner
Innsbrucker Str. 3, tel.: 05213 5134,
Surgery hours: Mon - Thurs 9 am - 12 noon,
Wed & Fri 3 pm - 7 pm
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DOG PARLOUR / DOG BOUTIQUE
SEEFELD
‘Hundesalon & Boutique Bella’
Bahnhofsplatz, tel.: 05212 50313
‘Zoey’s Hundehütte’
Klosterstr. 43 - Rathauspassage,
tel.: 0664 1738905, www.zoeys-hundehuette.at
DOGS / DOG-MINDERS
In accordance with local council regulations, dogs
must be kept on a lead at all times and dog owners
are legally responsible for clearing away their dog’s
mess in all green areas, on all pavements and
walking paths/trails and in all public spaces. A
violation of these regulations can incur a fine of up
to € 1,820.00. After clearing up the dog’s mess,
the bag must be deposited in a rubbish bin and
not left on the walkway or thrown into the woods.
Please note that muzzles are compulsory for all
dogs when travelling with public transport. A list
of dog-minders is available from all the information
offices in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
LEUTASCH
Dog kennels and dog obedience school
Moos 13, tel.: 0664 73587404,
www.hundepension-tirol.at
DVD RENTAL
SEEFELD
Seefeld public lending library
(opposite the church), tel.: 05212 52877,
www.bibliothek-seefeld.at
Opening times: Sun 10:30 am - 12 noon,
Tues 5 - 6:30 pm, Thurs 6 pm - 7:30 pm
Shell filling station
Innsbruckerstr. 272, tel.: 05212 2914,
www.cinethek.at
E-BIKES
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Boasting some 570 km of cycle paths and
mountain bike trails, the Olympiaregion
Seefeld is a Mecca for cycling and
mountain biking enthusiasts of all abilities.
From tours for beginners and families to
challenging mountain bike routes, the
Seefeld high plateau is one of the most enjoyable
and interesting destinations for all those who
want to explore their holiday region on two
wheels. Stunning views and untouched natural
surroundings, mouth-watering produce from the
local mountain pastures and the joy of exercise
in the great outdoors, no matter what your level
of fitness, are the ingredients that make up an
unforgettable day of cycling in the Olympiaregion
Seefeld. For those who prefer to take it easy and
reach their destination without working up too
much of a sweat, the region this summer once
again, has approximately 100 Movelo e-bikes
available for hire from numerous rental stations
along with additional battery-charger stations,
ensuring unlimited mobility in and around your
holiday resort. Further information can be found in
our current e-bike flyer which is available in all the
information offices. E-bike rental prices: between
€ 25 and € 35 per day (depending on model).
ELECTRICAL RETAILERS
SEEFELD
‘Jamnik’
Münchner Str. 487, tel.: 05212 3949,
www.elektro-jamnik.at
EMERGENCY AMBULANCE
Emergency number: tel.: 144
SEEFELD
Rotes Kreuz (Red Cross)
Leutascher Str. 770, tel.: 057 144-2311,
www.roteskreuz.at
EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Alpine emergency services/mountain rescue
calling within Austria. tel.: 140
calling from overseas: tel.: +43 512 140
Fire services, tel.: 122
Breakdown and recovery services - ARBÖ, tel.: 123
ÖAMTC, tel.: 120
Police, tel.: 133
Emergency ambulance, tel.: 144
(Patient transport only, tel.: 14844)
EU emergency number, tel.: 112
(no dialling code necessary, can be called from a
mobile phone)
ESTATE AGENTS
SEEFELD
‘EV Immobilienagentur GmbH - Engel & Völkers‘
Klosterstr. 608, tel.: 05212 52639,
www.engelvoelkers.com/seefeld
’Immobilien Netzwerk Seefeld e.U.’
Münchnerstr. 33, tel.: 0664 8607669,
www.immo-netzwerk.at
’Marcati Immobilien GmbH’
Olympiastr. 59, tel.: 0676 843004445,
www.immobilien-seefeld.com
LEUTASCH
Daniela Baumann
Puitbach 222 a, tel.: 0664 4052376,
www.immobilien-baumann.at
EVENTS
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
Culture at the Inn
Once again from June to October 2016
numerous cultural events will once again be
taking place every week in various inns and
taverns in the Olympiaregion Seefeld as part of
the popular “Kultur im Wirtshaus” line-up. Come
and experience authentic “Volksmusik” and
Tyrolean customs and enjoy the delights of Alpine
cuisine at the same time. A detailed programme
of all events with dates and venues is available
on the website www.seefeld.com as well as in all
the information offices in the region.
8th “Days of Music” festival in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld (07. - 21.8.2016)
Motivated by audiences’ superb response and
feedback, the promoters of the “Days of Music”
festival in the Olympiaregion Seefeld have been
organising this event on an annual basis since
2009. And this year is no exception. A small
but superbly varied festival of finest classical
music has been put together once more. The
festival, which has become an established part of
Seefeld’s calendar of summer events and which,
this year, is taking place between 7th and 21st
August 2016, boasts no fewer than nine concerts
for discerning music aficionados. The palett of
musical treats on offer includes performances
by several talented young musicians who have
taken part the festival’s master classes. The
concert will be given by six scholarship holders,
carefully selected on merit by the “Friends of
Rudens Turku e.V.” association. The festival
will, as in previous years, reach its climax with
concerts performed by internationally renowned
soloists, including Hariolf Schlichtig (viola),
Stephanie Winker (flute) and Sybille Mahni
(horn). As every year, promoting the talents
of budding young musicians plays an important
role during the festival. In the “Seefeld Summer
Academy” young students can take part in
master classes for violin, viola, cello, flute,
clarinet, horn and bassoon. More than 60 young
musicians will once again have the chance
to profit from the knowledge and experience
of distinguished tutors. Detailed information
on all programmes is available from the
information offices in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
and on the websites www.seefeld.com and
www.musiktage-seefeld.at.
SEEFELD
Special Exhibition ‘A Glimpse into the Olympic
History of Seefeld‘
Plunge into our Olympic history and visit the
carefully-arranged exhibition with “relics”
from the Olympic Games of 1964 and 1976.
In the Rathauspassage Seefeld/Klosterstraße.
Guided tours and background information
available on request at any time. For more
information or to make a reservation
tel.: 0664 1216621, Heinz Strasser.
Seefeld Summer Concerts 2016
The Seefeld Cultural Circle has once again
organised a first-class concert programme in
their usual professional manner for all music
fans which will take place this summer between
1st July and 30th September. The theme
“Encounters” offers a foretaste of the varied
and interesting programme. The schedule of
individual concerts is available from Seefeld
information office. It is also listed in the events
calendar each month and can be found at
www.seefeld.com.
The ‘Ambassadors of Music’ Concerts 2016
The much-loved “Ambassadors of Music”, i.e.
various US college bands, will be performing
in the Olympiaregion for the 32nd time between
20th June and 29th July 2016, offering an
unparalleled range of musical entertainment with
their inspiring concerts. There’s something for
everyone, from rousing performances by young
musicians in the Kurpark to lyrical choral concerts
in the parish church. Admission to all concerts is
free! A detailed list of all performances can be
found in the monthly events calendar and on the
www.seefeld.com website.
Open-Air Concerts by local, Tyrolean, National
and International Groups
The music pavilion in the Seefeld Kurpark
will become the focus of a colourful and
entertaining programme of concerts from
May to September, which ranges from local
groups from all over the Tyrol to national and
international guests. Entry to all concerts is
free and the musicians appreciate the large
audiences. A list of all the performances can be
found in the events calendar under the relevant
month or on the www.seefeld.com website.
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LEUTASCH
10th Leutasch Mountain Spring Days
Special flora and fauna to be found in Leutasch,
delicious food and nature at its finest! Just some
of the “ingredients” that will go into making
the Leutasch Mountain Spring Days from 5th
to 11th June an interesting and memorable
experience. Hans and Monika Neuner will be
accompanying visitors throughout the week
and have a huge reservoir of knowledge on the
culture, traditions and nature of the Leutasch
high valley. They will be supported by experts
from various walks of life. There’s something
for everyone here, from the preparation of an
organic mountain breakfast together over an
open fire or creation of a herb spiral to various
guided themed hikes. Details of the programme
can be obtained from any information
office in the Olympiaregion Seefeld and on
www.seefeld.com.
18th Ganghofer Hubertus Week
The Ganghofer Hubertus Week in Leutasch is
one of the most popular traditional events in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld. With themed hikes on the
trail of Ludwig Ganghofer and a wide variety of
interesting events on the theme of hunting, nature
lovers are spoilt for choice. And it goes without
saying that the culinary specialities on offer are also
from “nature’s larder” including game of all kinds.
Enjoy an interesting, entertaining week dedicated to
the theme of hunting and nature between 2nd and
8th October 2016! Detailed information is available
at www.seefeld.com and from all the information
offices in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Tyrolean Harp Music with real Tyrolean food in
the Landgasthof Ropferstub´m
Every Wednesday (between 13th July and 7th
September 2016) from 12 noon - 3 pm. Free entry.
Reservation requested on tel.: 05262 65949.
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SCHARNITZ
Exhibition “A Hairdressing Salon from the
1950s” and “Old Pictures of Scharnitz”
The avid collector Heinz Strasser offers all
those interested the change to undertake a
highly original journey back in time: Visit an
original hairdressing salon from the 1950s and
view Scharnitz as it was “way back when”!
Exhibition location: beside Café Reither Brot.
Opening times: from 13th June to the 19th
September 2016, every Monday from 4 pm 6 pm. Guided tours can be arranged at other
times. For further information call Heinz Strasser,
tel.: 0664 1216621.
OTHER EVENTS
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
Illustrated lecture “Karwendel Nature Park Experience Nature“
Craggy rock faces and lush mountain pastures
are what distinguish the Karwendel region. Yet
Austria‘s largest nature reserve, the Karwendel
Nature Park, has so much more to offer. Covering
an area of 727 km², it boasts a fascinating
richness of flora and fauna and an untouched
natural ruggedness. This picture presentation
covers a wide range of subjects from the region’s
unique natural characteristics to classic means
of utilisation to “insiders’ tips” for hiking in
the breath taking Karwendel Mountains. The
presentation given by Karwendel Nature Park
takes place from 8 - 9 pm in the Olympiaregion
Seefeld throughout the summer of 2016 - dates/
locations as follows:
Scharnitz, meeting room in the local council
building (Gemeinde)
Monday 4th July and Monday 22nd August 2016
Leutasch, Kulturhaus Ganghofer Museum
Monday 18th July and Monday 29th August 2016
Seefeld, Olympia Sport and Congress Centre,
Seefeld Hall
Tuesday 2nd August and Tuesday 13th Sept. 2016
Admission: voluntary donations.
SEEFELD
Seefeld Mountain Herb Garden
Opening times: open daily from mid-June to midSeptember 2016
The herb expert and hotel owner Manuela Walzl
has been studying herbs and herbal medicine
for many years and she has discovered that
herbalism is not only a fascinating subject,
but also one that involves life-long learning.
Centrepiece of her herb hotel is the herb garden which is also open to the public. Discover
which of Seefeld’s wild plants are safe to eat
and taste your way through the wide variety
of mountain and garden herbs at Seefeld
Mountain Herb Garden. For further information
contact: Hotel Olympia & Herbs***,
Milserstraße 433, 6100 Seefeld, tel.: 05212 2334,
www.hotelolympia-seefeld.at/index.php/
Kraeuterhotel_Gesundheitsurlaub_in_Tirol.html
2016 Tuesday Market Seefeld with seasonal
products and regional delicacies from our local
farmers - organized by Seefeld’s Retailers’
Association on the village square in Seefeld
between 17th May and 20th September 2016
from 10 am to 4 pm. Fresh foodstuffs straight
from local farms, from agriculture in harmony with
nature. No long transport routes, no middlemen -
environmentally friendly, healthy and ecologically
sustainable for you! Mountain cheese - Tyrolean
‘grey cheese’ - semi-hard cheese - oil-marinated
cheese - camembert and many other cheese
specialities. Farmhouse butter /Alp butter - quark yoghurt - eggs. Farmhouse bread - cakes - pasta various kinds of dumplings - herb salt - herb vinegar
- herb oil. Tyrolean ‘Speck’ bacon - various sausage
specialities - meat pastes - smoked trout from
Leutasch. Honey - honey-based products - jams chutneys - herb teas - fruit/vegetable juices. Apple
juice - cordials - liqueurs - schnaps. Local, seasonal
field and garden products that grow here in our
region including lettuces - vegetables - herbs berries - fruit. And special homemade, handcrafted
produced made by local farmers’ wives including
sheep’s wool, animal hides, knitted socks - herbal
pillows - marigold salve - candles - herbal bath
products - various arts and crafts. TIP: Tyrolean
specialities such as ‘Bratwurst’ sausages and
‘Kiachln’ with cranberry jam or sauerkraut. For
further information visit: www.einkaufserlebnis.at.
White Sausage Brunch in the panorama
restaurant Rosshütte
Every Sunday (from 12th June to 23rd October
2016) from 9 am - 11:30 am. Enjoy a typical
Bavarian breakfast with us in Tyrol with a pair
of fresh white sausages, a pretzel and a wheat
beer! More information at www.rosshuette.at.
Tyrolean Buffet Evening with traditional music
in the Seefelderhof (no dance performance)
Every Monday (between 16th May and
10th October 2016) from 6:30 pm in the
Hotel Seefelderhof. Enjoy mouth-watering
local specialities accompanied by life music.
Reservations requested, tel.: 05212 2373.
CAPT Casinos Austria Poker Tour Deepstack
Seefeld: 30th May - 5th June 2016 in Seefeld Casino
In Seefeld Casino, you’re always in good hands and poker enthusiasts, in particular, can be
sure of getting their moneys’ worth during the
second ‘Poker Week’ of the year in 2016. You
too can come and enjoy the elegant ambience
and try your winning hand in a showdown when
the Seefeld Plateau once again plays host to
the popular CAPT, Casinos Austria Poker Tour.
Between 30th May and 5th June 2016 the poker
elite will, once more, be testing their luck in
Seefeld Casino. Joining in is what counts and
everyone is invited to play! The anticipated prize
money of € 100,000 is a sum not to be sneezed
at! For further information or to register visit
www.seefeld.casinos.at
LEUTASCH
17th IML 3-Day Unicorn March
The Olympiaregion Seefeld has been a member
of the International Marching League for many
years now and every year it plays host to the
3-Day Unicorn March. In keeping with their motto
“Nos iungat ambulare - walking unites us”, hiking
enthusiasts from all over the world tackle up to
42 kilometres per day. Time, however, takes a
back seat in this event - what counts is the sheer
pleasure of exercise in the great outdoors. The IML
March will, once again, be taking place in Leutasch
in the autumn of 2016 (15th - 18th September
2016). The programme can be viewed at
www.seefeld.com and is also available from all the
information offices in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
EXCURSIONS /
PLACES OF INTEREST / MUSEUMS
EXCURSIONS
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
Bus trip to the ‘Wildmoosalm’ mountain inn
Daily (from 15.05.2016):
Leutasch: departure from Alpenhotel zum See /
Weidach: 9:30 am, adults € 6.00, children aged
6 - 12 € 3.00 (price per single journey)
Seefeld: Bus stops: Apothekenparkplatz (parking next
to pharmacy) - Hotel Metropol/Leutascher Str.-Reitstall
(riding stable)/Leutascher Str., departure: 10 am/
11 am/12 noon/1 pm*/2 pm*/3 pm/4 pm
Return from the Wildmoosalm: 10:30 am/11:30 am/
12:30pm/1:30pm*/2:30pm*/3:30pm/4:30pm
*additional times from 9th July to 11th Sept. 2016,
adults € 2.60, children aged 6 - 12 € 1.30 (price per
single journey). Timetable available in all information
offices of the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
Horse-drawn carriage rides
All of the villages in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
offer horse-drawn carriage rides: rides around
the village, to various huts (e.g. Gaistal/
Wildmoos area), to excursion destinations and
to neighbouring hamlets. More information about
routes and prices is available information offices
of the Olympiaregion Seefeld and/or on page 38
of this brochure.
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Evening horse-drawn carriage ride to the hut
Lottenseehütte
Enjoy a romantic evening trip to the traditional hut
Lottenseehütte! Every Thursday between 23rd June
and 8th September 2016 at 7 pm. Meeting point
is the Mösern/Buchen information office. Duration
ca. 2.5 h, price excl. drinks: € 20.00 (adult) and
€ 10.00 (child 7-12 years), registration up until
19
the day before at 12 noon at the Mösern/Buchen
information office.
SCHARNITZ
Scharnitz Karwendel Taxis
From 1st June 2016 we will take you to the
most beautiful huts in the Karwendel! More
information and details of prices in the Scharnitz
information office or direct from the taxi offices
Taxi Mair, tel.: 05213 5363 or Taxi Ramona,
tel.: 05213 5541. Boat and kayak transport
also available.
Tractor-drawn ride into the Karwendel Nature
Park (from 2.6.2016)
Experience and explore the Karwendel Nature
Park in a completely new way. The tractor-drawn
carriage takes you through the mountain valleys in
comfort letting you take in the natural beauty of
this Karwendel massif. Experienced hikers can walk
some sections and join the tractor-drawn carriage
again later on. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the source
of the River Isar with its bubbling springs, stroll over
the lush meadows of the Alpine pastures and feel
the power of the water that has, for centuries, been
carving its way through the Gleirschklamm gorge.
Expert nature and hiking guides are available to
give you a deeper insight into the area’s fascinating
biodiversity. For further information and/or to
register contact any of the information offices in
the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Cost: € 15.00 per adult
and € 6.00 per child (3-12 years).
PLACES OF INTEREST
SEEFELD
Seekirchl (Chapel)
Archduke Leopold V began building Seefeld’s
landmark, the Seekirchl, also known as the
‘Heiligkreuzkirche’, in 1629. It was finished in
1666 and, at that time, it stood in the middle
of the man-made Kreuzsee lake which had been
created in the 15th century by Duke Sigismund the
Rich, but which was drained in 1808. The little
church is unusual in the Tyrol in that it is Baroque
with an octagonal centralised structure and dome.
It was created by the famous Architect to the
Imperial Court in Innsbruck, Christoph Gumpp. The
Late Gothic cross on the main altar and the frescos
testify to the significance of the second pilgrimage
church in Seefeld in previous centuries.
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Pfarrkirche St. Oswald (St. Oswald Parish Church)
Dedicated to St. Oswald, the pilgrimage church is
situated right in the centre of Seefeld. The earliest
historical records of it date back to 1263. The
church became one of the most famous pilgrimage
centres in the Tyrol after the so-called ‘Miracle of
the Host‘ in 1384. According to the legend, during
Holy Mass Oswald Milser, from the Schlossberg
border fortress, demanded a larger piece of the
communion host than that which was given to the
‘common people‘. When he received it, the piece
of host turned blood-red and both the stone he was
kneeling on, and the altar stone which he tried to
grasp on to, sank into the ground. The imprint of
his hand is still visible today. In 1425, due to the
influx of pilgrims that ensued from this event, Duke
Frederick IV, known as ‘Frederick of the Empty
Pockets‘, ordered the church to be extended and
work was finished in 1474 under the command
of Sigismund the Rich. St. Oswald Church is one
of the most beautiful Late Gothic churches in the
Tyrol. The wonderful tympanum relief along the
main portal tells the story of the Miracle of the
Host; the church‘s three-aisled interior is home
to many treasures including 15th century frescos,
the chancel with its flat carvings from 1524,
valuable shrine figures, a Gothic baptism stone
and the famous panel by Jörg Kölderer which
dates back to 1502. Emperor Charles IV adapted
the Renaissance ornaments of the Blutskapelle
(blood chapel) - the part of the church where the
miraculous host was preserved - to the artistic taste
of the Baroque period with stucco work and ceiling
frescos by Puellacher.
Waldfriedhof (Forest Cemetery)
Situated beside the roundabout on ‘Römerweg‘
(near the bypass road), the forest cemetery was
created in 1947 as a last place of rest for 63
Jewish concentration camp prisoners, who were
shot or who died from exhaustion and starvation
in the Seefeld area while being transported from a
concentration camp shortly before the end of the
Second World War. A cenotaph in the top left-hand
part of the cemetery serves as a memorial, both to
the prisoners and to the soldiers who died in the
military hospitals in Seefeld, who also found their
last place of rest here. The ‘Waldfriedhof‘ later
became Seefeld‘s municipal cemetery where the
graves of such celebrated artists as writer Julius
Kiener or poet Lilly von Sauter can be found. The
cemetery is also home to the Monument of the
Unborn Child.
SEEFELD
Heimatmuseum (Museum of Local History)
Turn back time and visit an old shoemaker’s shop and
an old woodcarver’s workshop, and marvel at old
skis from way back when… In Gießenbach, near
Scharnitz. Opening times: Every Friday, from 3 pm to
5 pm (17th June - 23rd September 2016). Other days
and times can be arranged by appointment. For more
information, call Heinz Strasser, tel.: 0664 1216621.
LEUTASCH
House of Culture & museum ‘Ganghofer Museum’
Kirchplatzl 154, tel.: 05214 20093 or
0676 6056184,
www.leutasch.at/ganghofer-museum
Here you can gain an insight into the life and work
of the popular author Ludwig Ganghofer, and into
the village history of Leutasch and its hunting
traditions. Rotating special exhibitions, talks,
cabaret performances and readings.
Opening times: Tues and Wed 10 am - 12 noon,
Thurs and Fri 4 pm - 6 pm.
Guided tours: by prior arrangement for groups of
10 or more. Admission (without guided tour) € 3.00
(€ 2.50 per person with guest card).
Admission with a guided tour: € 4.50 per person
for groups of 10 or more.
Free admission for children up to the age of 14.
Pfarrkirche St. Magdalena in Oberleutasch
(Parish Church of St. Magdalene), Kirchplatzl
The first documented record of the village of
Leutasch dates back to the 12th century when
the noble Bavarian ‘von Weilheim’ family owned
large areas of land in the Oberleutasch region,
while in Unterleutasch the sovereign rule was
held by the aristocratic ‘von Werdenfels‘ family.
In 1178, Bernhard von Weilheim bequeathed part
of his estate of field and forest in Oberleutasch
to the Augustinian Monastery in Polling next to
Weilheim. In 1190, the monastery built a church
to St. Magdalene in the middle of the valley.
The church was extended in 1500 and again in
1725. The building that stands there today was
designed by the sculptor and master of drawing
Josef Falbesoner from Nassereith. Under the
auspices of Franz Siess who served as curate
in the parish between 1810 and 1836, it was
built in 1820/1821 and consecrated by Prince
Bishop Galura of Brixen in 1831. The impressive
Neo-Classical high altar previously belonged to
the Benediktbeuren Abbey in Bavaria which was
dissolved in 1803. The colourful, elaborate ceiling
frescos and the high altarpiece were created by
Leopold Puellacher (1776 - 1842). The massive
structure is barely articulated, its roof is slightly
cambered. The impressive tower belonged to the
preceding building. The oldest of the four church
bells in the tower dates back to 1482. The interior
is a classical congregation hall with a barrel ceiling
with no lunettes (a saddle vault) subdivided into
vaults and richly decorated with paintings. The
walls of the saddle vault are sectioned by means
of flat Tuscan pilaster and a circumferential section
of entablature. Situated behind the recessed
triumphal arch is the choir with the high altar
which, originally Baroque, was modified to suit
the style of the church in 1821. The church’s
light comes from high south-facing windows and
from two windows in the sloping chancel walls.
In 1971, parish priest Karl Kneisl organised the
restoration of both the interior and exterior of the
church.
Pfarrkirche St. Johannes in Unterleutasch,
Unterkirchen (Parish Church of St. John)
Unlike Oberleutasch, Unterleutasch did not get its
own church until the 19th century. Before then the
inhabitants of Unterleutasch attended mass in the
Bavarian village of Mittenwald, the church to which
the congregation was long affiliated. It was not
until 1803 that a royal decree, issued by Emperor
Francis II, gave permission for a church to be built.
However, because of the war of 1805 and the
ensuing Bavarian rule, the plans could not be put
into place. It was not until mid-1827 that a decree,
issued by the royal chancellery, gave permission for
the church to be built. At the end of that same year,
construction officially began. Under the authority of
both parish warden Matthias Reindl, who was in
charge of construction, and road surveyor Johann
von Klebelsberg, who, it is thought, was also
responsible for drawing up the plans, Josef Waldhart
from Imst completed the construction of the church
and the parsonage by the end of 1829. The result
was a simple nave with a straight-ended narrower
chancel. Both parts of the building are covered by a
hipped roof which is punctuated by a tower on the
west side. After passing through the vestibule, which
was added in 1955, you enter into the interior with
its circular former baptism chapel and the organ loft
in the ante-bay, followed by a square nave with
a flat saucer dome illuminated by semi-circular
windows. The arch that opens up to the west leads
to the barrel-vaulted, rectangular chancel. At the
time the church was built, Unterleutasch consisted of
just 18 family households and therefore had to rely
on donations for the church furnishings. A gift of an
altar from Reutte and a tabernacle from Oberperfuss
could not, however, be accepted for the newly built
church, and so, through the intervention of the
Oberleutasch curate Frank Siess, a new altar was
commissioned from Franz Xaver Renn in Imst for an
already existing altarpiece. The altarpiece which, in
hard, metallic colours, depicts a sermon being given
by St. John the Baptist, was painted towards the
end of the 18th century by the Imst-born artist Josef
Leibherr. It was also at the initiative of parish priest
Karl Kneisl that the church was renovated in 1978.
The Nazarene ‘embellishments‘ that had been
added to both churches by Johann Kärle after they
were elevated to parish church status in 1891, were
removed and the churches were restored to their
original state.
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Weidachsee lake
In his famous fishing compendium dating back
to 1500, Emperor Maximilian called the lake the
“little lake in the Leutasch”. Today the fishery rights
for the Weidachsee lake and the Leutascher Ache
stream are held by Dr. Thomas Angerer who runs
a high-quality fish nursery approved by the Austrian
Chamber of Agriculture specialising in the production
of trout stock and table trout. River trout, rainbow
trout and brook trout are also bred here. Covering
an area of 4.5 hectares and surrounded by stunning,
pristine countryside the Weidachsee lake is open
for fishing from April until October (no booking
required). Owing to its 600 metre-long wooden
jetty, the lake is particularly suited to fly fishing.
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Bergbauernmuseum (Museum of Mountain
Farming) at the ‘Landgasthof Ropferstub´m‘,
tel.: 05262 65949, www.ropferhof.at
Open daily (except on those days when the
‘Ropferstub´m‘ restaurant is closed) from mid-May
until mid-October 2016 from 10:30 am to 6 pm.
A screening of the film ‘Bergbauern im Ötztal‘
about mountain farmers in the Ötztal Valley can be
arranged by prior request any day after 2:30 pm.
Admission: voluntary donations.
Heimatmuseum (Museum of Local History) with a
kids’ petting zoo in the Sterzingerhof farm
History - tradition - handcrafts - like it used to
be. Opening hours: every Thursday from 23rd
June to 15th September 2016 from 6 pm to 8
pm. Alternative dates/times can be arranged
on request. Admission: voluntary donations.
Contact: Arnold Bacher, Am Bichl 1, 6100 Mösern.
tel.: 0664 465 0379.
Friedensglocke (Peace Bell)
In the village of Mösern, one of the most beautiful
spots in the Tyrol, the Peace Bell serves as a reminding
symbol of peace and good neighbourly relations. It
also stands as a monument for 25 years of crossborder cooperation between the ARGE-ALP countries.
The bell stands free amidst a breath taking Alpine
landscape and, measuring 2.51 metres in height, with
a diameter of 2.54 metres and weighing in at more
than 10 tons, it is the largest bell in the Tyrol. Leading
up to the bell is the ‘Peace Bell Walking Trail‘ which
was created in 2003. Located on the westernmost
hill of the ‘swallows’ nest of the Tyrol‘, as Mösern
is affectionately known, the bell‘s location offers
stunning panoramic views of the Inn Valley. When
rung at 5 pm every day, its peal can be heard far into
Upper Tyrol. Folders available in all information offices
and on www.seefeld.com.
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Kirche Maria Heimsuchung
(Church of the Visitation of Mary)
This main structure of this charming little Baroque
church dates back to the 17th century. The first
endowments date back to 1836/37. The church
was remodelled and extended in 1763 and
renovated in 1951. The extension of the nave by
two bays was designed by Ekkehard Hörmann. The
beautifully marbled Rococo altar with its slanting
pillars dates back to around 1770. The altarpiece
depicts the Visitation of Mary. A haloed Madonna
carved into a pilaster was created in the first half
of the 18th century. In 1997, the little church was
given its own cemetery. Up until then, the deceased
from the village of Mösern had been buried in the
parish of Telfs.
REITH
Pfarrkirche St. Nikolaus (Parish Church of St.
Nicholas)
“Friedrich, von Gnaden Gottes Bischof von
Brixen, grüßt alle Gläubigen in Ihm, der das
Heil aller ist!”(Frederick, Bishop of Brixen
by the grace of God, welcomes the faithful
to him, he who is the salvation of all).
Thus begins a letter of indulgence dating back to
1391 for the primordial parish of Axams and its filial
churches, including the one in Reith which houses the
earliest recorded reference to the church. The church
in Reith, however, is undoubtedly much older, albeit
not in its current physical state. It was as far back as
1157 when the Bavarian monasteries Wessobrunn
and Benediktbeuren began with the forest clearing of,
as stated in the records, the “impassable wasteland of
the Scharnitz valley” between Leithen and Seefeld,
that is to say the area where the village of Reith
stands today, which was given to them as a gift by
the Bavarian Count of Andechs. It can be assumed
that the monks also gave their new settlement,
which was threatened by a multitude of dangers
in the heart of the Scharnitz forest, a church-based
central point in the form of a wooden chapel which
they dedicated to St. Nicholas. For a long time to
come Reith was under the ecclesiastical control of the
primordial parish of Axams which was responsible for
the pastoral ministry. In 1751, Reith was elevated
to a parish in its own right. It was granted its own
pastor having been previously co-served by the pastor
from Zirl. The church’s nave and tower were newly
constructed between 1832 and 1835 taking in the
already-existing Late Gothic stonework. This gave the
church the dimensions and the form that is has today.
In 1892 a terrible fire almost razed the entire village
of Reith to the ground, including the church and the
rectory. When it was reconstructed the nave was built
a few metres higher. Benefactors donated the marble
altar and the mosaic in the quire depicting scenes from
the life of St. Nicholas, the church’s Patron Saint.
The church was consecrated after completion of the
skeletal construction work in 1895. In 1945, during
the last months of the war, Reith was badly damaged
in six air bombing attacks, and the church was once
again affected. The war memorial chapel built in front
of the portal, the organ, the church windows and
the church door were all totally destroyed, and the
paintings inside the church were severely damaged.
By 1950 most of the reconstruction work had been
completed. From 1989 to 1990 the church’s interior
underwent extensive renovations, and in 2011 the
exterior was extensively renovated and, with regard
to the colours used and the structural arrangement,
it was restored to its original state from 1900. The
cemetery and the its chapel were also remodelled. In
2012 the altar, the ambo and the baptismal font were
newly constructed and the altar room was refurbished.
A detailed brochure about the parish church is available
from Reith information office.
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Everything you’ve always wanted to know about
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2016): 8 am - 2 pm.
SCHARNITZ
‘Karwendel Nature Park’
The ‘Naturpark Karwendel’ is one if the biggest
nature reserves in the Northern Limestone Alps.
There are 110 kilometres of hiking paths and
more than 30 Alpine huts and mountain farms. For
further information on the ‘Karwendel Nature Park’
visit www.karwendel.org or call Hermann Sonntag,
tel.: 0664 2041015.
Karwendel Information Centre in Scharnitz
Exhibition room with information about the
‘Karwendel Nature Park’, an 2,300 year-old elk
skeleton that was found in the ‘Vorderkarhöhle’
cave in the Karwendel mountains by the local
inhabitant ‘Pleis’n Toni’, a model of the source of
the river Isar, information on mining, a ‘wooden
history book’, a children’s play area and film
screenings. Opening times are the same as those
for Scharnitz information office.
‘Karwendelbahn’ Railway
The ‘Karwendelbahn’ railway, Austria’s first fully
electrified railway, was opened in 1912. The line
(constructed in 1912) stretches from Mittenwald
to Innsbruck. Over a distance of 32.1 km, the train
goes through 16 tunnels and over 18 high bridges
and viaducts.
‘Pfarrkirche Maria Hilf’ (Parish Church of Our
Lady of Perpetual Help)
Even before the construction of the Porta Claudia
fortification, the inhabitants of Scharnitz had built
a chapel dedicated to ‘Our Dear Lady’ in gratitude
for the averted atrocities of war. In 1650, the
chapel received an altar. The ‘Mariahilf‘ painting
on the altar, depicting Our Lady of Perpetual Help,
was a gift from Ferdinand Karl, the son of the
Archduchess Claudia. At the same time, permission
was given by the ecclesiastical authorities for
church services to be celebrated in this chapel.
The Augustinian monks from Seefeld Monastery
were responsible for the pastoral care. In 1705,
the fortress received a chapel of its own dedicated
to St. Joseph and a chaplain was hired. As a result
the village‘s pastoral care was discontinued and
the villagers from Scharnitz attended the military
church services. This was not, however, to their
liking for very long. The village of Scharnitz came
to an agreement with the parish of Mittenwald
whereby a priest from Mittenwald (for a fee of
160 guilders), was to conduct church services
in the village chapel. In 1786, Scharnitz was
granted its own chaplaincy. The first priest was the
Capuchin monk P. Pelagius Steinhauser. He erected
a parsonage and, with the help of the obligatory
labour of the time known as ‘robot‘ carried out
by the local people, a new church was built and
consecrated in 1792. During the freedom fighting
of 1809, the church went up in flames. The
‘Ölberg-Christus‘, painting of Christ on the Mount
of Olives, remained unscathed amid the flames
and, after the church had been renovated, it was
mounted on the frontmost, right-hand pillar. A new
Gothic-style House of God was created - but it too
was destroyed in a fire in 1892. Under Father
Johannes Natter a new, larger church was built,
and under Father H. Gottinger the entire Parish
Church underwent a comprehensive restoration in
1954. The new altarpiece depicting the Virgin of
Mercy and the Mysteries of the Rosary, was created
by Prof. Max Spielmann along with the Stations of
the Cross in the church windows. The artist Ilse
Glaninger-Halhuber from Innsbruck painted the
depiction of the 12 Apostles. Renovations began
again in 1981 under Father J. Singer. During that
same year the war memorial was re-built and the
closure of the old cemetery began. In 1982 the
south-west side of the church was re-modelled
and new boundary fences were erected around
the church grounds. In 1983 the main nave was
roofed with shingles, and in 1984 the remaining
part of the roof was covered with shingles and the
church‘s façade was completely renovated. During
the summer of 1985 the church remained closed.
Holy Mass was held in the village hall or at the
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music pavilion. The overall refurbishment of the
church interior was carried out during this time. To
celebrate the successful completion of the work,
the parishioners of Scharnitz, under the auspices
of Bishop R. Stecher, gathered for a festive
consecration of the renovated House of the Lord
on 21th April 1986.
‘Birzelkapelle’ Chapel
Just less than an hour‘s walk from the village of
Scharnitz, isolated and hidden in the forest on
the old path that leads into the Karwendel valley
towards the ‘Karwendelhaus‘, stands a chapel
dedicated to the Mother of God. The chapel was
first mentioned as far back as 1809 - it is not
known, however, for what reason and by whom
it was built. On account of the construction of this
chapel, the whole surrounding area was placed
under the safeguard of the ‘Feast of the Visitation
of Mary‘ - the patronage day of the Inrain farming
community - which, due to the intercession of the
Mother of God, is said to offer protection from
storms and lightening which can be particularly
dangerous in this high Alpine terrain. In 1956, the
old chapel, which had fallen into a state of disrepair,
was replaced by the new present-day chapel by the
local farmers‘ association under chairman Albert
Heiss. It was designed by the Innsbruck-based
architect Kelderer. The altarpiece was created by the
academic painter Max Spielmann and the bell was
cast by the Innsbruck bell foundry Grassmayr. The
total costs of the chapel at the time amounted to
approx. 50,000 ‘schillings‘ (approx. 3,600 euros)
which were shared by the tiny community of Inrain
farmers (15 families). The families themselves
also took care of the chapel‘s maintenance - Eva
Stahlberg, née Mimm, is currently responsible for
its upkeep. It is quite heart-warming when you
think how this tiny community selflessly upholds its
traditions and passes them on from one generation
to the next.
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THEMED WALKING TRAILS
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
Walk where the eagle flies
The Eagle Walk - long-distance hiking trail
through the Tyrol and those stages which go
through the Olympiaregion Seefeld
The eagle is the king of the skies and the Eagle
Walk, offers a truly outstanding experience against a
backdrop of majestic proportions. In Alpine terrain, so
high you feel as though you can almost touch the sky,
it runs through the entire province of Tyrol from East
to West. When viewed from above the contours of
the hiking route resemble the silhouette of an eagle
soaring high in the air with outstretched wings hence the name of the route. Many of the stages of
the route should only be attempted by surefooted,
experienced Alpine hikers with a good head for
heights. The 320-kilometer trail which runs from the
Kaiser Mountain Range all the way to the Arlberg
region, is comprised of 24 stages ranging from easy
to challenging, from flat to steep and rugged, from
easy-going to extremely gruelling. 23,000 metres
of elevation gain, 20,000 metres of elevation loss.
Innumerable footsteps, hundreds of peaks, thousands
of breathtaking views.
The following Eagle Walk stages are located in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld:
- Stage 10: “Falkenhütte - Karwendelhaus”
For detailed information visit:
www.tyrol.com/eagle-walk
- Stage 11: “Karwendelhaus - Hallerangerhaus/-alm”
For detailed information visit:
www.tyrol.com/eagle-walk
- Stage 15: “Solsteinhaus - Leutasch/Ahrn”
For detailed information visit:
www.tyrol.com/eagle-walk
- Stage 16: “Leutasch/Ahrn - Ehrwald”
For detailed information visit:
www.tyrol.com/eagle-walk
Each stage of the walk has its own “fact sheet” which
includes detailed information and route descriptions.
The fact sheets, complete with GPS tracks, can be
downloaded for free at www.tyrol.com/eagle-walk
on the relevant websites. General information on
the Eagle Walk can also be found on this website.
In addition, brochures with information on the Eagle
Walk are available from all information offices in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld.
Hiking on the “Promenades” of the
Olympiaregion Seefeld - Themed walks on the
Brunschkopf
The early summer of 2015 saw the opening of three
trails that come together to form a star on the summit
of the Brunschkopf mountain. Starting points of the
three trails are the villages of Seefeld, Leutasch and
Mösern, and each one is devoted to a specific theme.
The walking trails are conceived in such a way as to
reflect the chronological and touristic development of
the region. They also offer a link-up to the subject of
‘Nordic Lifestyle’ and include elements to stimulate the
mind too, since mental power plays an important factor
in sport and in tackling everyday tasks and challenges.
- The “Seefeld Ski Trail” focuses on the cultural
and historical development of the sport of skiing.
Starting at the Seekirchl chapel/ski jumping
stadium interesting and varied stops have been
constructed along the way showing, for example,
historical pictures and exhibits (old skis, start
numbers, symbols), while other stops offer the
chance of a spot of exercise based on the sports of
cross-country skiing, ski jumping and alpine skiing.
- The theme of the “Ice Age Trail” in Mösern
is the landscape formation of the Seefeld high
plateau created by glaciers during the last Ice
Age. Informative panorama boards are installed
at various viewpoints. Starting at the Möserer
See lake 10 information stops provide fascinating
facts and figures related to glacial runoff and water
cascades, ice streams, glacial change and glacial
polish. In addition to the information points, the trail
also gives walkers the chance to participate in fun
yet educational activities such as the cascade game,
the stone press and the glacier pressure game.
- Starting in Leutasch-Weidach, the concept behind
the “Mental Power Trail”, which involves the longest
ascent of the three trails, is in keeping with the current
trend of searching for peace and tranquillity, slowing
down the pace of our everyday lifes and finding the
path to one’s own inner self.
The three paths come together and end on the breathtaking summit of the Brunschkopf mountain, which
offers views of all the villages in the region and serves
as the central panoramic point in the Olympiaregion
Seefeld. Particular mention must be made to the
fact that hikers can not only glean a wealth of
information as they follow the stations along the
trails, but are also invited to enjoy active participation.
Holidaymakers can experience the positive effects
of the energy-boosting landscape and unique scenic
spots amid breath-taking natural surroundings and
savour 360° vistas of the Olympiaregion Seefeld and
its surrounding mountain ranges. Detailed maps and
route descriptions are available in all the information
offices in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
Hotel Seespitz. From here, you walk in a southerly
direction to the ‘Reither Moor” where you then
follow the circular trail which eventually brings you
back to the starting point. 11 information boards
offer interesting information about the lake, the
‘Reither Moor’ marsh, the flora, fauna and climate,
and also about the history of the area, the forces
of nature at play here and attempts to tame them.
SEEFELD
Stations of the Cross up to the Parish Hill
This meditative path, which was created in 2000
using erratic boulders from Tyrolean glaciers, starts
beside St. Oswald Parish Church and leads past the
14 Stations of the Cross up to the Parish Hill. At
the end of the Way of the Cross, the stones, which
weigh up to 23 tons each and which have been
placed in alignment in accordance with a particular
astral constellation, depict the last supper. The author
Winfried Werner Linde had the idea of creating this
wonderful place of spiritual energy at the highest
point of the Parish Hill as a peaceful meeting point for
people of all the world’s religions. A folder is available
in the information office Seefeld.
LEUTASCH
‘Achweg’ trail
After the implementation of the flood water protection
project, the Leutasch local council created the themed
walking path ‘Lebensraum Ache’ (river habitat) along
the banks of the Leutascher Ache in the Weidach area.
The aim of the walk is to arouse interest in nature and
countryside. The themed path was designed by Mag.
Traute Scheiber from the Civil Engineering Office for
Biology. Those who enjoy walking, as well as those
simply in search of relaxation, can find out, by means
of ten information boards, all about the following
topics: Dynamics of the Mountain Stream; Life in
a Water Droplet; Fish Fauna; Life on the River Bed;
Birds on and around Water; Bioengineering; Pioneer
Vegetation; Floodplain Vegetation; The German
Tamarisk; Initiatives in Bioengineering.
‘Kaiser Maximilian’ Trail
This walking path runs around Seefeld’s Wildsee
lake and offers visitors a wealth of information
about the development of this unique landscape. The
starting point for the themed walk is located south of
‘Geoweg Hermannstal’ - Geological Nature Trail
An interesting geological trail leads from the Kurpark
through the Hermannstal. Erratic boulders from
the region and their origins are described at seven
stations on the way up from the Seefeld Kurpark to
the Woldrichsteig path in the Hermannstal, starting
with granite through to schist and different types of
gneiss and on to meta-andesite. You don’t have to
be a geologist to see that there is plenty to discover.
A folder with more details about this trail can be
found in the Seefeld information office.
On the tracks of the Olympic Games
This themed walk starts at Seefeld Information
Office in the village square and takes you past
the ‘Olympic Gallery‘ (after Hotel Klosterbräu) and
the Olympic swimming pool to the Casino Arena
with its ski jumps. You can extend your walk, if
you wish, by continuing on to Seefeld‘s Wildsee
lake where you can visit the Olympia Monument
(situated near the Strandperle restaurant).
“Kneipp” water-therapy themed walks
Detailed information on these themed walks can
be found in this brochure under “Kneipp Facilities”
on page 39.
Walking in the footsteps of Ludwig Ganghofer
Ludwig Ganghofer (1855 - 1920), one of the bestknown regional authors of his time, spent many
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weeks of the year in his hunting lodge “Hubertus”
next to the hut Tillfußalm in the Gaistal. There he
produced, amongst others, one of his best-known
novels ‘Das Schweigen im Walde‘ (The Silence of
the Woods). He also received many prominent
visitors from the worlds of art and culture, such
as Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Richard Strauss.
The income from his novels enabled Ganghofer
to lease one of the biggest hunting areas in the
northern Alps, the Gaistaljagd. Some of the many
mountain trails that were constructed during his
lease can still be found today. The popular trail
to the Ganghoferhaus has been named after him
and, as well as the lovely surroundings, offers
three traditional huts for a break along the way:
the Gaistal-, Tillfuß- and Hämmermoosalm. The
house Ganghoferhaus can also be admired but
only from the exterior as it is not open to the
public. The many walking trails in the Gaistal valley
are described in the Walking and Cultural Guide
(€ 3.00) or in the free ‘Gaistal’ brochure, both of
which are available in all the information offices of
the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
Chapel Trail
The Leutasch valley is a valley with 20 different
chapels and a shrine. Impressive numbers, when you
think that, at the time that most of the chapels were
built, there were less than 1000 inhabitants in the
valley. There is a reason that the number of chapels
bear witness to the piety around here - the size of
the local administrative area stretches over more than
20 kilometres. The hamlets in the Leutasch valley
are a long way away from the parish church. At that
time there were only a few houses in Kirchplatzl, so
almost every hamlet built their own chapel, in order
that evensong and rosaries could be shared with their
neighbours in the summer. The chapel bells had an
additional purpose: if somebody died in the hamlet,
this was signalled by the ringing of the bell. There were
also peals for different kinds of weather to warn them
of storms in the days before TV and radio. Detailed
information about this themed walk can be found in
the “Chapel Booklet”, which is available for € 3.00 in
the Leutasch and Seefeld information offices.
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The Way of St. James
The Way of St James is an old pilgrims’ trail which
covers the whole of Europe and especially Spain.
It leads to Santiago de Compostela. Millions of
people have travelled it over the centuries. This part
of the trail comes from Munich along the Isar and
Loisach via Gelting, Beuerberg, Penzberg, Bichl,
Benediktbeuern, Kochel, Walchensee, Wallgau,
Krün and Mittenwald to the Tyrol. Here the trail
crosses the Leutasch valley and the Olympiaregion
Seefeld and heads down into the Inn valley to
Mötz. Detailed descriptions of the trail through
Leutasch can be found in the Walking and Cultural
Guide available at a price of € 3.00 in all of the
information offices of the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
Leutasch Spirit Gorge In the Realm of the Gorge Spirit
The caves and the whirlpools, a unique blend of
water and stone. Welcome to the realm of the
gorge spirit and his goblins! The trail through
the Leutasch Spirit Gorge was finished in August
2005 after two years of hard work and is free
of charge. The impressive gorge is navigated by
means of a steel walkway high above the torrents
of the Leutascher Ache, which flows into the Isar
at Mittenwald and thus creates a link between
Germany and Austria. Quickly we become aware
of something strange and secret: this is the realm
of the gorge spirit, who speaks to humans through
the sounds of the raging river, the swirling waters
in the whirlpools, the cascades of water and the
odd rock formations. A daring route lets us look
down into his habitat up to 75m below us. There
are three trails to explore the realm of the gorge
spirit: The Spirit Gorge Trail, 3000m in length: The
Spirit Gorge Trail heads from the car park in the
Leutasch hamlet of Schanz or from the former
customs post into the gorge after around 600m
and then follows the walkway 800m through to
the panorama bridge. From there a forest trail
leads back to the car park. There are stations with
displays where the gorge spirit explains various
facets of his realm. Duration: around 1½ hours.
The Goblin Trail, 1900m in length: The Goblin Trail
leads from the gorge kiosk in Mittenwald via the
Gletscherschliff (literally ‘glacier scrape‘) into the
Leutasch gorge and meets the Spirit Gorge Trail
at the panorama bridge. Return via the northern
side of the gorge to the starting point. Along this
route you can see the stones which have been
brought from far away by the glaciers (known as
‘goblins‘ in German). Duration: ca. 1 hour. The
Waterfall Trail, 500m in length: From a bridge
at the entrance to Mittenwald a path of around
500m leads to the gorge. A walkway only three
metres above the water leads to the impressive
23m-high waterfall. Entry: € 3.00 adults, € 1.00
children (aged 4 - 16). There are car parks at the
entrance to Mittenwald. Important: the narrow
gorge path is not suitable for pushchairs, prams or
dogs. Bicycles may not be used on any section of
the trail between the car park in Leutasch and the
Mittenwald gorge kiosk. Please respect these rules
to enable a pleasant experience for all. A leaflet
about the Spirit Gorge is available for no charge
in all the information offices of the Olympiaregion
Seefeld and as download from www.seefeld.com.
Mountain Pasture Paradise in the Gaistal
The romantic Gaistal, where the untouched beauty
of nature can still be experienced, stretches from
the hamlet of Klamm in the Upper Leutasch valley
in a westerly direction into the Alpine world
between the Mieminger range and the Wetterstein
Mountains. The five car parks between Klamm
and the end of the road at Salzbach are the
departure points for the walks to the nine manned
mountain huts. The Gaistal is on the one hand the
archetypal home of the mountain pasture and on
the other hand maintains the unmistakeable and
original properties of a mountain landscape. The
scenery constantly changes on both sides: jagged
corries; the shimmering green of the high pastures;
mountain meadows and white-grey blocks of
rock. The turquoise green of the Leutascher Ache,
which is known locally as the ‘Gaistal Ache’,
accompanies mountain bikers up the trail to the
Igelsee, where the untamed stream emerges from
the Breitenkopfkar. The mountain surroundings
mean that a visitor might see deer, mountain
goats, golden eagles or possibly bearded vultures.
At any rate, they will be surprised by the whistles
of the marmots who are hard at work with their
building in the area between the huts Rotmoosalm
and the Hochfeldernalm. The numerous walking
routes in the Gaistal valley can be found in the
Walking and Cultural Guide (€ 3.00) or in the free
‘Gaistal’ brochure, both of which are available in
all of the information offices of the Olympiaregion
Seefeld.
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
‘Peace Bell Walking Trail’
The ‘Peace Bell Walking Trail’ invites you to enjoy the
beauty of nature and to find peace in contemplation.
Starting at the Seewaldalm car park in Mösern, there
are 7 stops of interest where you can linger and pause
for thought along the 90-minute walk. Whilst taking
in the beauty of the surrounding countryside with all
your senses, the seven stations along the way offer
inspiration for self-reflection and contemplation. The
path ends at the Alpine Peace Bell whose message
of peace and good neighbourly relations takes on a
deeper meaning. Detailed folder can be found in all of
the information offices of the Olympiaregion Seefeld
or on the www.seefeld.com website.
Kalvarienberg (Calvary)
The Calvary Hill rises to the north of the church.
Built around 1830, the semi-circular construction
with triangular pediment houses a Calvary scene:
Christ on the cross with the two thieves and
the attendant figure of Mary. The painted twodimensional figures of John the Evangelist and
Mary Magdalene are probably somewhat older
than the three-dimensional sculpted group. The
frescoes, in the style of Leopold Puellacher,
depict Jerusalem and, in the clouds above the
city, God the Father. Originally there were 8
wayside shrine-like chapels along the narrow,
winding path that leads up to the Calvary - since
1989 there have been 11. On 1st June 1841,
it was put in writing that the families from the
village would take care of the maintenance of
the little chapel. In 1988/89, the inhabitants
of Mösern collaborated to restore the Calvary,
making both personal financial sacrifices and
investing a great deal of the time and hard work
in the process. Three new chapels were created
along the path that leads up to the Calvary. A
Nazarene picture by Maria Theresia Striegel,
‘Der Abschied Christi‘ (Christ taking leave of his
Mother), from 1899 hangs in the first chapel.
Pictures with scenes depicting the Passion can
be found in the chapels that follow. Here the old
existing frescos still remain and the Stations of the
Cross pictures, which are painted on fibre cement,
have been placed in front. The extension to the
path up to the Calvary was completed by the
autumn of 2007 and the path was connected to
the Peace Bell Walk and to the centre of Mösern.
Ten Stations of the Cross lead from the village
centre to the vicinity of the Möserer See lake.
The path meanders out of the village offering
a breath taking vista and, although it ends in
the middle of the woods, it nonetheless offers
a liberating view. The Calvary is furthermore
commemorated in the ‘Atlas of Sacred European
Mounts’. Detailed information can be found
in the Walking and Cultural Guide, which
is available at a price of € 3.00 in all of the
information offices of the Olympiaregion Seefeld
or on the www.seefeld.com website.
Historical Fence Walk
Recreating the woven slat fences and ring fences in
keeping with the old tradition is a skilled work of
painstaking craftsmanship. The exceptional fences are
a constant sight for walkers throughout Mösern. They
serve as a reminder of boundaries, limits - both internal
and external - and should encourage people to ‘take a
look over the fence’, to leave the boundaries created
by fences - both personal and real - behind them.
Detailed information can be found in the Walking and
Cultural Guide, which is available at a price of € 3.00
in all of the information offices of the Olympiaregion
Seefeld or on the www.seefeld.com website.
REITH
‘Kulturwanderweg’ (Cultural Walking Trail)
The Cultural Trail in Reith follows a circular path
from Reith to Leithen and back again. During the
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walk you can discover all about 10 interesting
historical monuments and the stories behind
them. Experience the perfect combination of
culture and nature! Detailed information can be
found in the Walking and Cultural Guide, which
is available at a price of € 3.00 in all of the
information offices of the Olympiaregion Seefeld
or on the www.seefeld.com website.
Cultural Walking Trail
Discover the history and culture of Scharnitz
on foot! As you follow Cultural Walking
Trail through the town, you can explore 12
fascinating historic attractions and discover
the stories behind them. An information folder
is available from the information office in
Scharnitz.
‘Bienenlehrpfad’ (Bee Nature Trail and Useful
Insects Trail) - circular walk
The Bee Nature Trail in Reith, with its unique Bee
Hotel, affords walkers and those with a special
interest in bees, an insight into the mysterious
world of honey bees and their relatives - the
solitary bees and the bumble bees. As you walk
along the Reith forest path between the St.
Florian Kneipp area and the Niederbach stream,
10 information boards display fascinating
information all about our honey bees. Continue
further along the edge of the stream, in the
direction of the Englhof inn, to visit the recently
created Useful Insects Nature Trail that gives you
a close insight into the lives of all sorts of insects.
Detailed information can be found in the
Walking and Cultural Guide, which is available
at a price of € 3.00 in all of the information
offices of the Olympiaregion Seefeld or on the
www.seefeld.com website.
FARM PRODUCT SHOPS /
FARMERS’ MARKETS
‘Rosenkranzweg’ (Rosary Walking Trail)
Starting to the east of Reith Parish Church,
the Rosary Trail branches off into the woods at
Bichlweg and follows a bubbling brook past 5
creatively designed wayside shrines to the Frau
Häusl Chapel. If you continue on past the little
waterfall just after the chapel, the path takes
you back to the starting point. A walk to inspire
calm and reflection. Detailed information can
be found in the Walking and Cultural Guide,
which is available at a price of € 3.00 in all
of the information offices of the Olympiaregion
Seefeld.
SCHARNITZ
Cultural Walking Trail Porta Claudia
This is an easy stroll with a historical background to the
ruins of the Porta Claudia, once a fortified barrier on
the border between the Tyrol and Bavaria. Enjoy the
panoramic view above Scharnitz and take the route
via the calvary back to Scharnitz. It is not suitable
for prams or pushchairs as there are steps. A more
detailed description can be found in the walking and
cultural guide available at a price of € 3.00 in all of
the information offices of the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
Information is also available at www.seefeld.com!
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SEEFELD
FARM PRODUCTS SHOPS:
‘Speckstube Handl Tyrol’
Innsbrucker Str. 20, tel.: 05212 2261,
www.handltyrol.at
’Tiroler Bio Alpakas’
Fam. Haslwanter
Triendlsäge Weg 925, tel.: 0676 750 7575,
www.bioalpakas.at
Fridays 1 pm - 5 pm, Saturdays 9 am - 12 noon
and by prior arrangement; for exceptions to
regular opening times please see the homepage
‘Tiroler Spezialitäten Mair’
Innsbrucker Str. 11, tel.: 0650 3337483,
www.tirolerspeck.at
FARMERS’ MARKET
Tuesday Market Seefeld with seasonal products
and regional delicacies from our local farmers organized by Seefeld’s Retailers’ Association
on the village square in Seefeld between 17th
May and 20th September 2016 from 10 am to
4 pm. Fresh foodstuffs straight from local farms,
from agriculture in harmony with nature. No long
transport routes, no middlemen - environmentally
friendly, healthy and ecologically sustainable for
you! Mountain cheese - Tyrolean ‘grey cheese’ semi-hard cheese - oil-marinated cheese camembert and many other cheese specialities.
Farmhouse butter /Alp butter - quark - yoghurt eggs. Farmhouse bread - cakes - pasta - various
kinds of dumplings - herb salt - herb vinegar - herb
oil. Tyrolean ‘Speck’ bacon - various sausage
specialities - meat pastes - smoked trout from
Leutasch. Honey - honey-based products - jams chutneys - herb teas - fruit/vegetable juices.
Apple juice - cordials - liqueurs - schnaps.
Local, seasonal field and garden products that
grow here in our region including lettuces vegetables - herbs - berries - fruit. And special
homemade, handcrafted produced made by local
farmers’ wives including sheep’s wool, animal
hides, knitted socks - herbal pillows - marigold
salve - candles - herbal bath products - various
arts and crafts. TIP: Tyrolean specialities such
as ‘Bratwurst’ sausages and ‘Kiachln’ with
cranberry jam or sauerkraut. For further
information visit: www.einkaufserlebnis.at.
LEUTASCH
‘Der Tiroler’
Weidach, tel.: 0699 1121 9490
‘Gut Leutasch’
Klamm 80a, Michael Skamrada,
tel.: 05214 5226 or 0664 8878 4281
www.gutleutasch.at
‘Landhaus Marie’
Gasse 162, tel.: 05214 6218,
www.landhaus-marie.at
‘Leutascher Bauernladen’
Kirchplatzl, Johanna Krug, tel.: 05214 6046,
www.leutascher-bauernladen.at
Open Friday afternoons only from 13th May to
28th October 2016 from 3 pm - 6 pm
‘Nudelladen -Leutascher Bioeier’ (pasta and
organic eggs)
Puitbach 220, Fam. Heis, tel.: 0699 1217 9710,
www.leutascher-bioeier.at
‘Speckstube Handl Tyrol’
Weidach 318c, tel.: 05214 6655,
www.handltyrol.at
REITH
‘Rasler‘s Laden’
Römerstr. 34, tel.: 05212 3135
Opening times (July to October): 8 am - 2 pm
Sale of home-produced goods, smokehouse open
to visitors
SCHARNITZ
‘Tiroler Speckklause’
Innsbruckerstr. 27, tel.: 05213 5767,
www.tiroler-speckklause.at
FASHION RETAILERS
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2421,
www.sportalbrecht.com
‘Alpen Outlet Seefeld’
Münchnerstr. 189, tel.: 0049 151 58545414
‘By Cala’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 50458
‘Classic Style’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2073
‘Della Ciana’
Innsbrucker Str. 14, tel.: 0664 4231760
‘Designer-Mode First & Secondhand’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 52951
‘Designer Outlet’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 05212 2474
Dorothea Schmid
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2474
‘Boutique Jacqueline’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2032,
www.boutique-jacqueline.at
‘Meier Seefeld’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 52530,
www.meierseefeld.at
‘Nelly’s Sportmoden’
Klosterstr. 295, tel.: 05212 99818
‘NKD’
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 05212 52595
‘Outlet Factory’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 05212 2474
‘Pure Fashion by Alex’
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 05212 51890,
www.purefashion.at
‘Sailer - Fashion & Premium Sports’
Dorfplatz 96, tel.: 05212 2530,
www.sailerseefeld.com
‘Sailer Outlet’
Innsbruckerstr. 12, tel.: 05212 253050
‘Sporthaus Kirchmair’
Münchnerstr. 42, tel.: 05212 2268,
www.sporthaus-kirchmair.at
‘STYLE’isches Women’
Innsbruckerstr. 775, tel.: 05212 4144,
www.style-isches.at
‘Trachten Loisel’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2147,
www.trachten-mode-seefeld.at
‘Triumph International’
Bahnhofstr. 163, tel.: 05212 99816,
www.triumph.at
‘Wellensteyn Store Anic GmbH’
Innsbruckerstr. 14, tel.: 0677 61159139,
www.ws-innsbruck.at
LEUTASCH
‘Sport Günter‘
Weidach 318 c, tel.: 05214 6305,
www.nordicshop.at
‘Sport Wedl’
Weidach 322 g, tel.: 05214 6444,
www.sport-wedl.com
FILLING STATIONS
SEEFELD
BP Troppacher
Bundesstr. 498, tel.: 05212 20567,
www.troppacher.at, open daily 6 am - 12
midnight
ENI
Münchner Str. 75, tel.: 05212 2407,
www.eni.com, Mon - Sat 8 am - 7:30 pm,
Sun and public holidays 9 am - 7 pm
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SHELL
Innsbrucker Str. 272, tel.: 05212 2914,
www.shell.at, open daily 6 am - 10 pm
LEUTASCH
Avanti (unattended filling station)
Weidach 372a, tel.: 05212 2735, open daily 24
hours, www.avanti.at
Car rental available
Raiffeisen Lagerhaus filling station
Kirchplatzl 128a, tel.: 05214 625054917,
www.lagerhaus.at
Petrol & diesel: daily, 24 hours/day with ATM card/
Visa or MasterCard
REITH
OMV filling station
Umfahrungsstr. 27, tel.: 05212 2706,
open daily 6 am - 12 midnight
SCHARNITZ
’Gutmann GmbH’
Innsbruckerstr. 195, tel.: 05213 20296, open
daily from 6 am - 10 pm with M-Preis and baker’s
shop, Hermes parcel service
Reinpold Walter
Innsbruckerstr. 464, tel.: 05213 20182,
Unattended filling station, payment with cash card
Large filling station: open daily from 6 am - 10 pm
(on the right coming from Germany)
Small filling station: opening times vary (on the
left coming from Germany)
FIRE SERVICES
Emergency number: tel.: 122
SEEFELD
Münchner Str. 860, tel.: 05212 2770,
www.ffseefeld.at
LEUTASCH
Kirchplatzl 128 a, tel.: 05214 6555,
www.feuerwehr-leutasch.at
Unterkirchen 247 a, tel.: 05214 6820,
www.inno-com.com/fful
MÖSERN
Am Bichl, tel.: 0664 3909037
REITH
Römerstr. 70, tel.: 05212 3070,
www.ffreith.at
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SCHARNITZ
Hinterautalstr. 450, tel.: 05213 20200,
www.ff-scharnitz.com
FITNESS/
PERSONAL TRAINERS
SEEFELD
‘Bodypoint Seefeld’
Rafael Quade, Mösererstr. 632,
tel.: 05212 2063, www.bodypoint.at
Opening times:
Mon, Wed & Fri: 9 am - 12 noon & 2 pm - 9:30 pm
Tues & Thurs: 2 pm - 9:30 pm,
Sat & Sun: 4 pm - 8 pm
Training schedules, courses, solarium, Power Plate
Dr. Fortunati Massimiliano, Personal Trainer
tel.: 0650 5447331
Athletic preparation, endurance training, weight
reduction, muscle build-up, weight reduction
Gruber Matthias, Personal Trainer
tel.: 0650 4065773,
www.personalfitnesstrainer-tirol.at
Weight reduction programmes - one-to-one or
in a group, effective nutritional coaching, gentle
cardio-vascular training, muscle-strengthening back
training and weight training, special golf-fitness
programme, home workouts, outdoor training,
company team-building fitness programmes
‘Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA’
Klosterstr. 30, tel.: 05212 2621-345,
www.klosterbraeu.com
FLORISTS
Flowers are available in all supermarkets of the
Olympiaregion Seefeld.
SEEFELD
‘Blumen Bella’
Bahnhofsplatz 389, tel.: 05212 50313
‘Blumen/Fleurop Moser & Co OHG’
Citypassage/Bahnhofsplatz 613,
tel.: 05212 2315
LEUTASCH
‘Der Tiroler’
Weidach 321, tel.: 0699 1121 9490
FOOTBALL
REITH
Reith football pitch
next to the skate park
More information is available at the Reith
information office, tel.: 050880-30.
FUNICULARS,
CABLE-CARS AND LIFTS
SEEFELD/REITH
‘Bergbahnen Rosshütte
Seefeld-Tirol-Reith AG‘ (1,230 m - 2,064 m),
tel.: 05212 2416-0, www.rosshuette.at
Open in summer 2016:
26.05.16 - 26.10.2016 (depending on weather)
Summer trains: Cable car (1,230 m - 1,760 m),
Seefelder Jochbahn (1,760 m - 2,064 m),
Härmelekopfbahn (1,760 m - 2,045 m)
Rosshütte Middle Station: Mountain restaurant with
large self-service area, sun terrace and panoramic sunlounger area, adventure play park, jumping platforms
with inflatable landing cushions,Tramp-Bag (inflatable
trampoline), walking routes (to the Kaltwassersee
lake, Zirbenweg hiking trail,...) are at 1,760 m above
sea level; transfer station for further travel to the
Seefelder Joch or to the Härmelekopf.
Operating times for cable car:
Mon - Sun 9 am - 5 pm, every ¼ hour.
Last journey to the top from the Seefeld valley
station: 4:30 pm
Operating times for Seefelder Jochbahn cable
car: Mon - Sun 9:15 am - 4:45 pm, every ¼
hour. Last descent from the summit at: 4:45 pm
From the top station there are hiking routes to the
Seefelder Spitze, Reither Spitze, Härmelekopf,
Nördlinger hut, etc.
Operating times for Härmelekopfbahn cable
car: Mon - Sun 9:15 am - 4:45 pm, every ¼
hour. Last descent from the summit at 4:45 pm
From the top station, there is a direct path to the
Nördlinger hut, Reither Spitze,...
Reduced Prices for summer 2016:
(valid only upon presentation of the
“Olympiaregion Seefeld Card”)
Adult | Youth (16-18 yrs) | Child (6-15 yrs)
Ascent only:
Rosshütte middle station (single)
€ 13.00 € 12.50
€ 7.50
Rosshütte + top cable car (single)
€ 18.00
€ 17.50 € 11.00
Ascent and descent:
Rosshütte middle station (ascent and descent)
€ 18.50 € 18.00
€ 11.50
Rosshütte + top cable car (ascent and descent)
€ 23.50
€ 23.00
€ 17.00
Top ticket (all 3 cable cars, ascent and descent) € 26.00 € 25.50 € 19.00
Mountain hiking ticket (= lift travel on 3 routes,
1 on foot)
€ 22.50 € 22.00 € 15.50
Full leisure package (cable car + both top cable
cars, cup of coffee and a piece of cake)
€ 28.50 € 27.00
€ 20.50
Mini leisure package
(Cable car to Rosshütte mountain restaurant, cup
of coffee and one slice of cake)
€ 23.50 € 23.00 € 17.00
Weekly ticket (= 6 successive days)
€ 89.50 € 86.50 € 57.00
Info: Each parent can take 1 child (up to 10 years
of age) free of charge.
SEEFELD
‘Gschwandtkopf’ lift, (1,200 m - 1,500 m) and
Sonnenalm (at the top of the Gschwandtkopf, to
the right of the exit)
tel.: 05212 2490, www.skigebiet-seefeld.at
Children up to 10 years of age travel free if
accompanied by parents, 3 huts, sun loungers,
sun terrace, and children‘s play area at the top
and valley stations. Bikes can be transported on
the lift. Open: from mid-June to mid-October
(closed if raining), daily 9:30 am - 4:30 pm;
Prices with regional guest card:
Adult Child (6-15 yrs)
Ascent & descent € 16.00 € 11.50
Ascent € 14.00 € 9.50
Descent € 9.00 € 7.00
Sun package (valid for the Sonnenalm only):
Ascent and descent with one cup of coffee and
one piece of cake € 19.00 € 14.50
LEUTASCH
Bergbahn Leutasch, ’Hochmooslift’
(3-seater chairlift), Weidach (1,140 m -1,363 m
to the Hochmoosalm), with summer toboggan run,
electric motor bikes ’Moto Trial’ for children
tel.: 05214 6219, www.hochmoos-tirol.com
For children under 6 years lift travel is free,
tobogganing only permitted if accompanied by an
adult! Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm
Combined ticket:
Adult Youth/Senior Child
Ascent & toboggan run
€ 8.00
€ 7.00
€ 5.00
FURNITURE
SEEFELD
‘Unikat’
Innsbrucker Str. 116, tel.: 05212 52556 or
0664 5435999
GAME AND VENISON
SCHARNITZ
‘Heinz Gaugg’
Hinterautalstr. 200 a, tel.: 0664 2225389,
opening times on request
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LEUTASCH
‘Gut Leutasch’
Klamm 80a, Michael Skamrada,
tel.: 05214 5226 or 0664 8878 4281,
www.gutleutasch.at
Opening times as advertised
GARAGES / RECOVERY AND TOWING
SERVICES (ALL MAKES AND MODELS)
SEEFELD
Isser Peter
Bundesstr. 26, tel.: 05212 3301 or
0664 1806561
’Auto Nemeth KG’ (no recovery service)
Münchner Str. 75, tel.: 05212 2407
LEUTASCH
Autoservice - Prüfstelle Nairz (no recovery
service)
Platzl 113 a, tel.: 0664 5405260,
www.fahrzeugbau-nairz.at
’Karosserie und Unfallreparatur Wetterstein’
(no recovery service)
Weidach 363 g, tel.: 05214 6777,
www.kfz-wetterstein.at
‘KFZ Fachwerkstatt Martin Schlögl’
Weidach 372 a, tel.: 0664 3000375
Repairs of all car makes, recovery service
REITH
’Auto Haslwanter’
Auland 44 - ‘Seefeld Süd‘ exit, tel.: 05212 2411
Arja Sailer, Mercedes garage
Auland 2 - ‘Seefeld Süd‘ exit,
tel.: 05212 2224
GEOCACHING
SEEFELD
Find the caches in one of the most scenically
beautiful hiking areas and, at the same time,
enjoy breathtaking views of the Olympiaregion
Seefeld, the “Rosshütte Hike I-XV” for example
by “Team T.O.M”. For information and coordinates
visit www.geocaching.com.
GLASSWARE
AND POTTERY
SEEFELD
‘Seefeld Present’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2031
‘Swarovski Premium Shop’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 52540,
www.swarovski.com
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LEUTASCH
Atelier ‘Bornhak’
(pottery and paintings only)
Klamm 64, tel.: 05214 6113
GOLF
Please request the separate golf brochure for
individual, group, and taster courses.
SEEFELD/REITH
Golf Club Seefeld Reith
tel.: 05212 3797, www.gc-seefeld-reith.at
Whatever your needs - training for the golf course
license, one-to-one instruction, children’s courses
or golfing incentives - the Golf Club Seefeld
Reith School of Golf offers guests staying in
the Olympiaregion Seefeld and its members a
comprehensive programme of courses, both in
groups and on a one-to-one basis. For further info
visit our homepage www.golfschule-seefeld.eu.
Junior Camps 2016
5 x 2 hours golf lesson + final tournament or
golf license test for children. For beginners and
advanced golfers in appropriate groups, courses
each Monday to Friday from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Dates: 04.07 - 08.07.16, 25.07 - 29.07.16 and
15.08 - 19.08.16
Price: € 190.00, minimum number of participants:
4 children. Holiday guest children welcome!
Introduction to Golf
“Just for You”- A unique special offer only for
those who are looking to start the sport. 50 min.
introduction to golf for 1 or 2 persons. Please
make a reservation in our office. Use of the course,
balls and rental clubs are all naturally included in
this offer. Cost: € 70.00
Taster golf courses: “In a Group” - a 50 min
introduction to golf as part of a group. Mondays
and Wednesdays possible from 2 pm. Use of the
course, balls and rental clubs are all naturally
included in this offer. € 17.00 per person
9 fairways (par 70), large practice area for
beginners and experienced players, discounted
green fees and driving range for guests staying
in partner hotels, wide range of courses, daily
from mid April to the beginning of November.
Mon - Fri 9 holes € 41.00
18 holes
€ 58.00
Sat, Sun
9 holes
€ 46.00
18 holes
€ 62.00
‘Sport Aktiv’
tel.: 05212 99870, www.schisportaktiv.at or
tel.: 05212 3797, www.golfschule-seefeld.eu
Golf taster course at the Seefeld-Reith Golf Club:
Monday and Wednesday 2 pm - 3 pm, € 17.00
per person
SEEFELD/MÖSERN
‘Golfclub Seefeld-Wildmoos’
tel.: 05212 52402, www.seefeldgolf.com
18 hole championship course, par 70/72,
member of the Leading Golf Courses association,
driving range, covered teeing areas, putting green,
chipping green, PGA golf school, pro shop, golf
restaurant (also open to non-golfers).
15 % discount on green fees for guests with the
Olympiaregion Seefeld Card. An additional 15 %
discount for guests staying in one of the golf
club founder hotels. Open daily from May to
October. Starting time reservations are essential.
Requirement for eligibility to play is a handicap of
maximum 54.
Prices 2016:
Golf Alpin Card with 5 green fees
€ 325.00
Golf Alpin Card with 3 green fees
€ 199.00
Green fee 18 holes:
€ 79.00
- 15 % (region)
€ 68.00
- 15 % (founder hotel guests)
€ 58.00
Sunrise 9 holes:
€ 50.00
until 9:30 am on holes 10-18
- 15 % (region)
€ 42.50
- 15 % (founder hotel guests)
€ 36.00
Sunset 9 holes:
€ 50.00
after 4.30 pm on holes 1-9
- 15 % (region)
€ 42.50
- 15 % (founder hotel guests)
€ 36.00
Driving range
€ 15.00
Range token
€ 2.00
(30 balls)
’Golfschule Christoph Schwarz’
tel.: 0664 2251583, www.golf-seefeld.at
Golf school for beginners and advanced players
(various courses, certification of golf license or
tournament permit).
Private lesson 45 min. all inclusive
(range fee, balls for lesson time,
club hire) Each additional person € 50.00
€ 10.00
(min. 3 persons - max. 10 persons)
All inclusive per person € 30.00
(min. 2 persons - max. 6 persons)
All inclusive per person € 360.00
(min. 2 persons - max. 6 persons)
All inclusive per person
€ 300.00
All inclusive per person
€ 180.00
Golf taster course 90 min.
Beginner course 12 lessons, 60 min each
Improver course 10 lessons, 60 min each
Intensive course „Short Game“ 6 lessons,
60 min each (min. 2 persons - max. 6 persons)
GUEST CARDS
Upon arrival all guests staying overnight in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld receive the electronic
guest card from their accommodation provider.
You too can benefit from numerous discounts
and special offers tailored to suit your wishes.
Holders of the guest card can, for example, use
the swimming pools and buses at a reduced
price. The services available during the summer
months, such as use of the buses and the
‘Casino Package’, can be electronically added
to your card in any of the information offices
and by many of the accommodation providers
in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Ask for our free
brochure detailing all the services and discounts
in connection with the Olympiaregion Seefeld
Card.
HAIRSTYLING SALONS
SEEFELD
‘Alpenhotel... fall in Love’
Dorfplatz 28, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.alpenlove.at
‘Barber Shop - Gentleman’
Klosterstr. 295, tel.: 0650 5924333,
www.barber-gentleman.at
‘Berni’s Haaratelier’
Bernadette Renauer,
Möserer Str. 53 (in Hotel St. Peter),
tel.: 05212 20525
‘Ehwald’
Andreas Hofer Str. 517, tel.: 0664 4404414
‘Haarschmid’
Münchner Str. 143, tel.: 05212 2992,
www.haarschmid.at
‘Jutka Felföldiné Kilyén’
Bahnhofsplatz 613/Citypassage,
tel.: 0676 757 3327
‘Pelikan’
Bahnhofsplatz 389/Citypassage, tel.: 05212
2650
LEUTASCH
Salon ’Beauty Hair’
Weidach 275 (in the ‘ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad’
leisure pool complex), tel.: 05214 6490
Salon ‘Mary’
Weidach 318 a, tel.: 05214 6422
‘Schnittpunkt Frisör Claudia‘
Weidach 333, tel.: 05214 6881
MÖSERN
Salon ‘Rainer’
Möserer Dorfstr. 30, ground floor of the
‘Dorfkrug’ apartment building, tel.: 05212 4727
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Verwendung bis 10 cm Breite
Krumers post
H o t e l u n d s pa • s e e f e l d / t i r o l
genießen, entspannen und entdecken
Verwendung unter 5 cm Breite
Krumers post
Krumers Post Hotel & Spa
... enjoying, relaxing and discovering
Enjoy the excellent cuisine made from fresh and mainly local products.
Relax in the new NATURAL SPA with more than 2.500 sqm with marvelous
view. Discover the joy of sport and the beautiful nature around Seefeld!
in the
heart of
Seefeld
K R UM ERS POS T · Dorfplatz 25 · 6100 Seefeld in Tirol
Tel. +43 (0) 5212 2201 · www.krumers.com · [email protected]
REITH
‘Top Hair‘ in the ‘Alpenkönig‘
Römerstr. 52, tel.: 05212 20128,
(by appointment only)
HIKING / GUIDED WALKS
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
Whether you are planning a gentle stroll in the
pastures with your family, a romantic walk for
relaxation, or are trying to conquer a peak: with
more than 650 km of marked hiking and mountain
paths, everyone can go at their own pace. Nestled
within the Wetterstein mountain range, the
Karwendel Nature Park and the Wildmoos nature
preservation area, the south-facing high plateau
is the ideal base camp for all mountain fans. The
detailed regional walking map with description
and information on all guided walks is available
in all information offices. For all guests who want
to discover our magnificent mountain world in
a group with experienced walking guides, the
following programme is available with suitable
tours for beginners and experts.
ABC OF HIKING
Alpine Emergency
In emergencies, you can contact the emergency
services under tel.: 140 or +43 512 140
Liability
Participation in the guided walks is at your own risk.
Public Busses
Regional bus tickets valid for the duration of
your stay can be electronically added to your
“Olympiaregion Seefeld Card” in the information
offices at a cost of € 12.00. All departure points
are easy to reach by bus.
Walking Equipment
Please do not forget: shoes suitable for your selected
difficulty level are a must. Also recommended: Sun/
rain protection and sufficient drinks!
Hiking Pin
Free collector cards (for stamps) for earning the
different badges are available in all information offices.
After showing the stamp for the route walked, you can
receive a hiking pin for € 1,90 in gold, silver, or bronze
depending on the number of points achieved.
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HIKING PROGRAMME
Discover the Olympiaregion Seefeld
Under the motto “Discover the Olympiaregion
Seefeld - the great outdoors is waiting for YOU!”,
the Olympiaregion Seefeld holiday region is
offering its guests a multifaceted summerseason programme between 16th May and
16th October. Participation is free of charge for
all holders of the Olympiaregion Seefeld Card.
Guests can register for the activities at their
hotelier or landlord. Enjoy a summer holiday
filled with memorable experiences!
MONDAY
Seefeld, ‘Focussed Hiking’ with Bianca Brantner
Mösern, ‘Traditional Fence Construction’ and a
typical Tyrolean breaktime snack, with Wendelin
Neuner
Scharnitz, ‘Nature Watch - Karwendel Gorge’
Karwendel Nature Park
TUESDAY
Leutasch, ‘4 Elements Hike’-natopia
Leutasch, ‘Meditative Hike’ with Wolfgang
Neuner-Pfeiffer
WEDNESDAY
Olympiaregion Seefeld, ‘Wait-and-See Hike in
the Olympiaregion Seefeld’
Seefeld, ‘Historical Walk through Seefeld’ with
Alexandra Glatzl or Lisa Holluschek
Mösern, ‘Music at the Möserer See Lake’ with
various musicians
Scharnitz, ‘Gleirschklamm Gorge’ - wod and
log driving
Scharnitz, ‘Children’s Summer Programme’
Junior Ranger Ponds / Junior Ranger ForestKarwendel Nature Park
THURSDAY
Leutasch, ‘Experience Nature - with all your
Senses’ with Hansi Bantl
in combination with
Leutasch, ‘Johannas Herb Garden’ with Johanna
Krug
Mösern, ‘Myths and Legends Walk’ with Barbara
Weber
FRIDAY
Reith, ‘Hike to the Solstein House’-Karwendel
Nature Park
Reith, ‘Railroad Walk along the Karwendel
Railway Line’ with Heinz Strasser
SATURDAY
Seefeld, ‘Nordic Sports’-Cross Country Academy
SUNDAY
Leutasch, ‘Animal Tracks and Traces’-natopia
On full moon nights (21st May - 16th October 2016)
Leutasch, ‘Full Moon Walk’ with Barbara Weber
Detailed information folders with dates and
times are available in all the information
offices as well as in your accommodation.
SEEFELD
Mountain Walking School “Karwendel”
Proprietor: Benno Keplinger, Certified Mountain
Hiking Guide, tel.: 0676 300 9859
Private guided tours, small groups only
Prices (1-5 participants):
Half-day hike (2-3 hours) € 100.00
Full-day hike (4-5 hours) € 180.00
Alpine high-terrain hike (5-7 hours) € 200.00
Each additional participant € 5.00
Stops for refreshments in mountain huts with live
Tyrolean music can be arranged upon request.
Please call in advance to arrange hikes.
‘Sport Aktiv’
tel.: 05212 99870, www.schisportaktiv.at
Easy, intermediate and demanding tours for
beginners and advanced through to a real
challenge on the Seefeld plateau, in the Karwendel
and in the Wetterstein mountains.
Times and routes on request, excl. lift tickets and
transfers. New: Natural Experience Walk!
Private half-day tours per walking guide up to 8
persons
€ 165.00
Private full-day tours per walking guide up to 8
persons
€ 210.00
You can find detailed information on the weekly
programme of Sport Aktiv. Further information can
also be obtained by calling 05212 99870 or
0664 3927846.
per child, tel.: 0650 8446282 Mrs. Haidegger
(minimum number: 2 children) Dates: from June
to October
LEUTASCH
Hotel Leutascherhof
Weidach 305, tel.: 05214 6208,
www.leutascherhof.at
Guided walks, registration necessary
Mon - Fri per person € 15.00
Mountain Hiking Guide Office,
Sabine and Jochem Müller
tel.: 05214 20210, www.erlebnis-gebirge.at
Guided tours arranged to suit your individual
wishes, small groups, various levels of difficulty
SCHARNITZ
Rout Steve, tel.: 0664 3020851 (guided hikes
also available in English)
SCHARNITZ
Extensive information about the Karwendel
Nature Park, the huts and suggestions for tours,
as well as walking maps, guides and walking
guides are available in the Scharnitz information
office, tel.: 050880-40.
We will be happy to give you contact details of
knowledgeable local walking guides.
REITH/LEITHEN
Pony Walk at the Haideggerhof
and Pony Stroll at the Haideggerhof
see the Riding Section: Reith/Leithen
Longer Pony Walk
Approx. 1 ½ hours on request; cost: € 20.00
Mountain Guides / Hiking guides (state certified)
SEEFELD
Holluschek Elisabeth, tel.: 0699 17255707
Markart Franz, tel.: 0664 8238746
O’Hara Mary, tel.: 0699 19246442
Schennach Josef, tel.: 0664 8209741
LEUTASCH
Mountain Hiking Guides, Sabine and Jochem
Müller
tel.: 05214 20210, www.erlebnis-gebirge.at
Guided tours arranged to suit your individual
wishes, small groups, various levels of difficulty
Wegscheider Peter, tel.: 05214 6331
Winkler Gerhard, tel.: 05214 6662
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Fabian Kikl
Tel.: 0664 5465556
State-certified mountain walking guide, planning
and organisation of walks and hikes and private
tour guiding
REITH
Kluckner Martin, tel.: 0699 10016353
HORSE RIDING
SEEFELD
Riding facilities on Leutascher Str.
tel.: 0699 11326847 or 0699 17220367,
www.reitclub-seefeld.at
Riding hall (20 x 60 m), outside area, riding
lessons for beginners and advanced, small ponies
for children, trekking and horse-riding holidays on
request.
Private lesson (30 min.) € 30.00
Group lesson (2 people 40 min., 3 people 50
min.) € 25.00 per person
Surcharge for horse-jumping lesson: € 5.00
Lunge line lesson (25 min.) € 25.00
Pony rides for children (15 min.) € 7.00
‘Nairz’ riding facilities near Menthof
Reitherspitzstr. 594, tel.: 05212 2554,
www.menthof.eu
Riding hall (20 x 40m), riding lesson for
beginners and advanced, pony for children,
Mon - Sun from 9 am, group lessons 45 min. or
lunge line lesson (20 min.) € 20.00
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LEUTASCH
RideToLive - Horse-riding with Sina
Muggenmoos, tel.: 0676 7360266,
www.ridetolive.at
Natural horsemanship training, guided horseback trekking (max. 1 participant), riding
lessons for children from 6-7 years of age and
pony riding.
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
Dreher Ranch/Wanderreiten
Buchen 6, directly above the Ropferstub’m
restaurant, tel.: 0650 9118698 or
0676 9773222, www.wanderreiten-tirol.at
REITH/LEITHEN
Haideggerhof Leithen (June to October)
Pony Walk at the Haideggerhof
Friday 10 am, duration 1 hour incl. cleaning
the ponies
Cost: € 15.00 per child
Ponies for children from 5 years, min. 2 children
Registration by Thursday at the Reith information
office, tel.: 050880-30 or by arrangement on
tel.: 0650 8446282
Pony Stroll at the Haideggerhof
Friday 11:30 am, duration 30 minutes incl.
cleaning the ponies
Cost: € 10.00 per child
Ponies for children from 3 to 10 years with
accompaniment, minimum: 2 children
Registration by Thursday at the Reith information
office, tel.: 050880-30 or by arrangement on
tel.: 0650 8446282
Longer Pony Walk
Approx. 1 ½ hours on request; cost: € 20.00
per child, tel.: 0650 8446282 Mrs. Haidegger
(minimum: 2 children)
HORSE-DRAWN
CARRIAGE RIDES
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
All the villages in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
offer rides with horse-drawn carriage asleighs:
Rides around the villages, rides to various
mountain pastures and huts, (e.g. Gaistal
valley/Wildmoos area), to visitor attractions
both in the village in question and in the
neighbouring villages. You get further info in
all information offices in the Olympiaregion
Seefeld.
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SEEFELD
Horse and carriage stand in Innsbrucker
Str. (beside car park P3) - rides around the
village, round the Wildsee lake, rides up to the
Wildmoosalm mountain hut, to the Triendlsäge
mountain restaurant, to the ‘Englhof‘ restaurant,
to Mösern, Reith, Leutasch etc. Detailed route
suggestions with prices are available from the
information office in Seefeld.
Enver Kastrati, tel.: 0664 8695300,
www.fiaker-seefeld.at
Michael Neuner, tel.: 05212 3945,
www.fiakerei.at
Otto Tiefenbrunner, tel.: 05212 3382
LEUTASCH
Leutasch ‘Fiaker’ stand, Klamm:
Josef Kluckner, tel.: 05214 6491
Rudi Neuner, tel.: 05214 6768
Meinrad Rauth, tel.: 05214 6645
MÖSERN
Josef Bacher, ‘Sterzingerhof’
tel.: 05212 4746
Franz Dreher, Fiaker’ stand Ropferstub’m,
tel.: 0676 9773222, www.wanderreiten-tirol.at
Christian Klotz, ‘Wiesenhof’, tel.: 05212 4731
SCHARNITZ
Meinrad Scharmer, tel.: 05213 5563
HOSPITALS
General Public Hospital Hall
Milser Str. 10, Hall, tel.: 05050430,
www.tilak.at
Regional Hospital - University Hospital
Innsbruck
Anichstr. 35, Innsbruck,
tel.: 0512 504-0 or 050504-0,www.tilak.at
Nearest hospital in Germany:
Klinikum Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Auenstr. 6, 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen,
tel.: +49 8821 77-0, www.klinikum-gap.de
INFORMATION OFFICES
www.seefeld.com
Seefeld - a village for any age
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 05 0880-0
Leutasch - makes you feel good
Weidach 320, tel: 05 0880-10
Mösern/Buchen - savour the views
Möserer Dorfstr. 11, tel.: 05 0880-20
Reith - soak up the sun
Römerstr. 52, tel.: 05 0880-30
Scharnitz - (re)discover nature
Innsbrucker Str. 282, tel.: 05 0880-40
INLINE-SKATING
SEEFELD
Roller-skiing track in the Casino Arena Seefeld, for
more information see pages 43 and 52.
REITH
In front of the club house, free to use, info:
Reith information office, tel.: 050880-30
INTERACTIVE MAPS
CONTWISE MAPS
Via our homepage www.seefeld.com you can
access a new, interactive, GPS-based map maps.seefeld.com. This map system includes
all our region’s mountain huts and restaurants,
all hiking and biking tours and running and Nordic
walking routes. For the winter season it also
contains all the cross-country ski tracks, snowshoe
trails, toboggan runs and lots more besides.
INTERNET ACCESS
Free WiFi:
WiFi zone in Seefeld: Entire pedestrian zone
and Kurpark, Seefeld Casino, Olympia
sports and congress centre, area around the
‘Seekirchl‘ Church, Casino Arena, Rosshütte
bottom and top station, Hochegg Alm. WiFi
zone in Leutasch: In the lobby of Leutasch
council buildings (Gemeinde), in the Gaistal
valley beside the payment booth and beside
the kiosk in the ‘Spirit Gorge’. In addition,
most of the accommodation providers in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld offer free WiFi internet
access for their guests.
Further internet access possibilities (charges
apply):
SEEFELD
Library (1 PC)
Parsonage - opposite the Parish Church,
tel.: 05212 52877, www.bibliothek-seefeld.at
1 PC with internet access and printer and WiFi
access.
Opening times: Sun 10:30 am - 12, Tues 5 pm 6:30 pm, Thurs 6 pm - 7:30 pm
Price: A charge of € 1 applies when used for
longer than 1 hour
LEUTASCH
‘Alpenhotel Karwendel’ (WiFi)
Ostbach 18, tel.: 05214 6304,
www.karwendel.com
Free WiFi for restaurant guests, non-dining guests
will be charged for use of the WiFi
SCHARNITZ
‘Gasthof Risserhof’
Innsbrucker Str. 26, (wireless access point),
tel.: 05213 5240 or 05213 20020,
www.risserhof.com
IRONMONGERS
SEEFELD
‘Eurospar‘
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 05212 22291,
www.albrecht-betriebe.at
LEUTASCH
‘Raiffeisen Lagerhaus‘
Kirchplatzl 128 a, tel.: 05214 625054918,
www.lagerhaus.at
JEWELLERS
SEEFELD
‘Haid-Wagner’
Bahnhofstr. 33, tel.: 05212 2377
‘Nostalgie’, unique stone jewellery
Bahnhofstr. 124, tel.: 05212 52649
‘Pirkner’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 3884
‘Seefeld Present’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2031
‘Swarovski Premium Shop’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 52540,
www.swarovski.com
‘Time & More’
Klosterstr. 295, tel.: 05212 2029
‘Tiroler Schmuckkastl Armbruster OG’
Innsbrucker Str. 22, tel.: 05212 23170
KNEIPP FACILITIES
SEEFELD
Kneipp Facilities at the Wildsee: paddling circuit
pool, arm basin, lake jetty, seats.
Lebensquelle (WM-Halle): Pools for arms and feet.
Contemplation and Reflection Walk - Pfarrhügel
Route: Kurpark Seefeld - Lebensquelle - paddling
facilities at the Wildsee return to Seefeld
Walking time: ca. 2 hours / Difficulty: easy
From the Kurpark in the village centre the trail heads
through the village along the Klosterstraße to the
Seefeld Seekirchl and across the Möserer Straße. At
the next turning to the right in the direction of the
Kirchwald, take the option to the left behind the
tennis courts in the direction of Mösern to the Kneipp
area ‘Lebensquelle‘. Go straight on to the main road
‘Möserer Straße‘. After you cross the road the route
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back to Seefeld takes you past the ski jump and
via the Casino Arena to the Gschwandtkopf car park
before heading under the main road and then up over
the Siegmundspromenade to the Pfarrerbichl and the
Apostelkreis. After a quick pause for contemplation we
keep to the right down to the road where we cross.
On the southern bank of the Wildsee we find the large
Seefeld Kneipp facilities. From here you can return to
the starting point via the circuit around the lake past
the birdwatching displays and the Café Strandperle.
Water and Herbs
Route: Wildsee car park (Hotel Seespitz) Seefelder Kneipp Facilities at the Wildsee - Englhof Auland - Naturkneipplandschaft St. Florian Reith - Bee
Trail Reith
Walking time: ca. 2 ½ hours, Difficulty: easy
Heading off along the western bank of the
Wildsee you will soon come across the large
Kneipp facilities on the lake. With the help of
information boards about the themes of ‘Correct
Uses of Water‘ and ‘Herbal Knowledge‘ you can
begin the use of the Kneipp facilities with the
roomy paddling pool and the hand basin. Path
Nr. 4 leads through a lovely wooded area to the
deer enclosure and on to the Café Englhof. There
you have an opportunity to admire their impressive
small gardens. Along the side of the trail you will
find different types of herb. Continuing along the
path you will reach the bus stop in Auland. At the
next junction after the Strasslhof you turn left into
the Naturkneipplandschaft St. Florian. This lovely
water is a true spring and cleanses, energises, and
helps with health and happiness. Take the time to
have a drink from it. In the large basin you can
refresh your legs and the arms can be submerged
in the life-giving elixir of water. The seats offer
a spot for meditation and the barefoot area will
allow you to recharge your energy levels. The trail
from here continues along the Bee Trail. The way
through the forest leads to the Maxhüttenweg from there cross the main road on the left and
head along the Lobaweg in the direction of
Seefeld.
Kneipp Facilities at the Triendlsäge: Basins for
arms and feet.
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A walking experience for big and small
Route: Kurpark Seefeld - Geigenbühel - Kneipp
facilities at the Triendlsäge - return to Seefeld
(circular route)
Walking time: 1 ½ hours, difficulty: medium
Starting at the Seefeld Kurpark this walk
goes via the Münchnerstraße in the direction
of the chemist. Take a left there into the
Geigenbühelstraße and turn right at the Hotel
Zum Gourmet and pass the Birkenstüberl in the
direction of the Waldgasthof Triendlsäge. The
Kneipp facilities there are quickly reached and a
pleasant stop will refresh all of your senses. To
get back to Seefeld take the route in the direction
of the riding stables from the Waldgasthof
Triendlsäge. At about the half-way point turn left
and take the trail to the right straight over the
Geigenbühel to the village centre.
LEUTASCH
Kneipp Facilities at the Salzbach
The natural Kneipp and water facilities are located
at the entrance to the Gaistal and contain plenty
of opportunities to experience the element water.
Kneipp is the most natural form of wellness; you
could almost say that it is where the concept of
wellness came from. In other words, it is about
taking one’s time, relaxing, reflecting on one’s way
of life and renewal in the direction of a healthier
one. Kneipp stimulates the circulation, activates
and strengthens the immune system, harmonises
and stabilises the dormant nerve system and
has a balancing effect on the breathing, the
heartbeat, circulation, blood pressure, metabolism,
temperature regulation, the nerve system and the
hormones. Ice-cold clear spring water allows the
spirit of life to flow again in the direction of the
lessons of Kneipp. A paddling pool and arm basins
and the form of larch troughs are available to
improve your feeling of wellbeing. There is a folder
about this installation available in the Leutasch
information office or by download at
www.seefeld.com.
MÖSERN
Natural Kneipp Facilities at Mösern/Buchen,
at the Ropferstub`m.
The Kneipp area at Buchen is situated in
lovely scenery at an altitude of 1250m with
a total of 4 paddling pools and 2 arm basins.
The facilities are made from natural materials
and are free of charge. June - September
(dependent on weather).
REITH
St. Florian Natural Kneipp Facilites on the Bee
Nature Trail
The wonderfully refreshing well water is
literally a fountain of youth; it washes away
all impurities, gives energy, brings joy and
good health and invites you quench your thirst.
Invigorate your legs in the large water bath
and dip your arms into the elixir of life in the
hand bath.
SCHARNITZ
Kneipp Facilities in the direction of the
Scharnitzer Alm
This modern and natural oasis of calm at the
entrance to the Karwendel nature reserve,
between Isarsteig and Kreidegraben, leaves no
wish unfulfilled!
The great tread basin filled with Isar stones,
arm plunge pool and the generous relaxation
loungers offer recovering and regeneration after an
exhausting, eventful day in the Karwendel nature
reserve.
LAUNDRETTE / DRY CLEANERS
SEEFELD
‘Tip - Top’
Andreas-Hofer-Str. 292, tel.: 05212 2044 or
0676 4149777
Self-service coin-operated washing machines
and tumble dryers
Andreas-Hofer-Str. 292, opening times: Mon - Fri
8 am - 7 pm, Sat 9 am - 7 pm & Sun 10 am - 7
pm or by prior arrangement!
MÖSERN
Landhaus/‘Lebensmittel Schöpf‘
tel.: 05212 4752, www.landhaus-schoepf.at
Dry cleaning (delivery and pick up counter only dry cleaning is carried out elsewhere)
LIBRARIES
SEEFELD
Library Seefeld - Public lending library in the
parsonage building
(opposite the parish church), tel.: 05212 52877,
www.bibliothek-seefeld.at
Reading room, 1 PC with internet access, printer,
wireless internet access, books, audio-books,
newspapers and magazines, comics, games,
DVDs, readings.
Opening times: Sun 10:30 am - 12 noon, Tues
5 pm - 6:30 pm, Thurs 6 pm - 7:30 pm
LEUTASCH
Library in the Ganghofer museum
Kirchplatzl 154, tel.: 05214 20093 or
0676 6056184,
www.leutasch.at/ganghofer-museum
Tues and Wed, 10 am - 12 noon, Thurs and Fri
4 pm - 6 pm
SCHARNITZ
In the Scharnitz council offices
Adolf-Klinge-Platz 72, first floor
Wed 4:30 pm - 7 pm
LOCAL COUNCIL OFFICES
SEEFELD
‘Rathaus’ (1st floor), in the pedestrian area,
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 05212 2241,
www.gemeinde-seefeld.eu
Opening times: Mon - Thurs 8am - 12 noon and
3 pm - 5 pm, Fri 8 am - 12 noon
LEUTASCH
‘Gemeindehaus’
Kirchplatzl 128 a, tel.: 05214 6205,
www.leutasch.at,
Opening times: Mon, Tues, Thurs 7 am - 12 noon
and 1 pm - 5 pm, Wed 7 am - 12 noon, Fri 7 am 12 noon and 1 pm - 4 pm
MÖSERN
The local council offices are situated in the
‘Rathaus’ in Telfs, tel.: 05262 69610
REITH
‘Gemeindeamt’
Lauserweg 15, tel.: 05212 3116,
www.reith-seefeld.at
Opening times: Mon - Fri 8 am - 12 noon
SCHARNITZ
‘Gemeindeamt’
Adolf-Klinge-Platz 72,
tel.: 05213 5204, www.scharnitz.tirol.gv.at
Opening times: Mon - Fri 8 am - 12 noon
LOCAL TELEVISION STATION
SEEFELD
Seefeld TV, rabemedia GmbH
tel.: 0650 4576196, www.seefeld-tv.at
LOST PROPERTY OFFICES
SEEFELD
‘Gemeindeamt’ (local council offices)
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 05212 2241,
www.gemeinde-seefeld.eu
LEUTASCH
‘Gemeindeamt’ (local council offices)
Kirchplatzl 128 a, tel.: 05214 6205, www.leutasch.at
MÖSERN
Information office Mösern/Buchen
Möserer Dorfstr. 11, tel.: 050880-20
REITH
‘Gemeindeamt’ (local council offices)
Lauserweg 15, tel.: 05212 3116
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Information office Reith
Römerstr. 52, tel.: 050880-30
SCHARNITZ
‘Gemeindeamt’ (local council offices)
Adolf-Klinge-Platz 72, tel.: 05213 5204,
www.scharnitz.tirol.gv.at
Information office Scharnitz
Innsbrucker Str. 282, tel.: 050880-40
MASSAGE SERVICES
See ‘Spas and Wellbeing’ section on page 56.
MILK VENDING MACHINES
(Fresh milk straight from the farm)
SEEFELD
‘Schneiderhof’
Wasserfallweg 726, tel.: 05212 4678
LEUTASCH
‘Lippenhof’
Kirchplatzl 150, tel.: 05214 6755
MINERALS
SEEFELD
‘Tirolstein’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 05212 50339,
www.tirolstein.eu
SCHARNITZ
Exhibition of minerals in the information centre
Scharnitz Innsbrucker Str. 282, tel.: 05 0880-40
MOTORCYCLE RETAILER
SEEFELD
‘2-Rad Corner’
Innsbrucker Str. 775, tel.: 05212 4144,
www.ossi-niederkircher.at
MOTORWAY
TOLL STICKERS
The obligatory toll stickers for the Austrian
motorway are available for purchase at all
filling stations, branches of the Raiffeisenbank,
tobacconists/newsagents, and from Steffan & Co
at the former border crossing in Scharnitz: open
daily from 7 am to 7 pm. Toll stickers are available
for 10 days, 2 months or a full year.
MOUNTAIN HUTS
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A list of all the region’s mountain huts including
telephone numbers, opening days and times is
available in all the information offices.
MOUNTAIN RESCUE
Tyrolean Mountain rescue emergency app
Injured persons can now report an emergency
while automatically transmitting details of their
exact location to the Tyrolean emergency control
centre enabling emergency services to provide
help more quickly and effectively. The Tyrolean
mountain rescue emergency app is available free
of charge for download for android phones and
Apple Smartphones.
SEEFELD
Leutascher Str. 770, tel.: 0664 8209741,
www.seefeld.bergrettung-tirol.at
LEUTASCH
Mountain Rescue Emergency Doctor,
Dr. Oswald Heis, Weidach 293 a, tel.: 05214
6910
Harald Aschaber, Mountain Rescue Chairman
Emmat 370 t, tel.: 0664 4354665,
www.leutasch.bergrettung-tirol.at
SCHARNITZ
Thomas Lehner, Mountain Rescue Chairman
tel.: 0664 8937583
MUSEUMS
See ‘Excursions and Places of Interest’ on page 19.
NEWSPAPERS / MAGAZINES /
PAPERBACKS
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’, tobacconist
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229-648
‘Bahnhofstrafik’
at the railway station, tel.: 05212 2306
‘Billa’
Innsbrucker Str. 272, tel.: 05212 52643,
www.billa.at
‘Eurospar’
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 05212 22291,
www.albrecht-betriebe.at
‘Finsterwalder - Seefelder Touristenshop’
Münchner Str. 35, tel.: 05212 2382
‘M-Preis’
Klosterstr. 276, tel.: 05212 6262-21,
www.m-preis.at
‘Olympia-Kiosk’
‘Olympia Sports & Congress Centre’,
tel.: 05212 3220
LEUTASCH
‘M-Preis‘
Weidach 340, tel.: 05214 4201,
www.mpreis.at
‘Tabaktrafik Gapp’
Weidach 321 a, tel.: 05214 6286
‘Sparmarkt Gohm‘
Obern 34 a, tel.: 05214 6179
MÖSERN
‘Lebensmittel Schöpf‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 7-9, tel.: 05212 4752
REITH
‘M-Preis‘
Umfahrungsstr. 34, tel.: 05212 4707
‘Rasler‘s Laden’
Römerstr. 34, tel.: 05212 3135
SCHARNITZ
‘Steffan & Co’
Innsbrucker Str. 48, tel.: 05213 5306
NON-DISPENSING
CHEMIST STORES
SEEFELD
‘BIPA’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 05212 52590,
www.bipa.at
NORDIC
COMPETENCE CENTRE
SEEFELD
The Nordic competence centre in the Casino
Arena Seefeld is not only available for practice
in the winter. With the addition of the modern
biathlon facilities and the new roller-skiing track
you can practice Nordic sports 365 days in the
year. The roller-skiing track is 3.6 km long.
Route: Casino Arena and Möserertal valley,
combination of various levels of difficulty for
individually tailored training sessions. ‘Summer
Biathlon’ available for guests and experienced
athletes by prior arrangement. ‘Summer skating’
with roller skis can also be learned in various
courses and in combination with a biathlon
workshop. For courses see pages 52 and 59.
NORDIC WALKING &
RUNNING
OLYMPIAREGION SEEFELD
The ´Running & Nordic Walking Arena‘
provides an extensive and well marked network of
Nordic walking and running routes which connect
the whole region. 30 different routes at three
difficulty levels over 266 km invite you to get fit
and, at the same time, enjoy the unique countryside
of the high plateau of the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
SEEFELD
’Fun-Sport-Frank’
tel.: 0664 5162863, www.funsport-frank.com
Pole rental (carbon) € 3.00
Running- & touring sport Seefeld,
Martin Mausser, tel.: 0660 6548630,
www.ski-club-seefeld.com,
Running track at the Wildsee/Kneipp facilities,
333 m length, the base of bark mulch offers a
healthy, environmental and efficient way to run,
agility circuit.
11th Raiffeisen Mountain Run on 19th June 2016
‘Sport Norz’
tel.: 05212 6252, www.sport-norz.at
Nordic walking, Nordic fitness, trail running
Daily on request.
Registration necessary on tel.: 05212 6252
SEEFELD/REITH
’Sport Aktiv’
tel.: 05212 99870, www.schisportaktiv.at
our aim is to increase the technique, private hours
on request, € 45.00 per hour and person
LEUTASCH
Bergwanderführerbüro Leutasch (mountain
walking guides)
Sabine and Jochem Müller, tel.: 05214 20210,
www.erlebnis-gebirge.at
Trail running, speed hiking, Nordic walking, tours
covering all levels of difficulty on request
SCHARNITZ
Nordic walking poles rental
Prices on request, Angerer Family,
tel.: 05213 5386
OPTICIANS
SEEFELD
‘Isser Optik’
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 05212 2885,
www.isser.at
OUTDOOR ACTIVITY SERVICES
SEEFELD
Cross Country Academy Martin Tauber
Klosterstr. 120, located beside the Seekirchl,
tel.: 05212 50300, www.xc-academy.com
The Cross Country Academy, run by ex-cross-country
professional Martin Tauber, offers an highly
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varied programme of sports and activities in the
summer. The fascinating world of biathlon can be
experienced along with instruction on roller skiing.
What makes the programme so unique is that
shooting can be combined with a diverse choice
of sports, such as roller skiing or Segway riding,
so that everybody can enjoy the opportunity of
experiencing the thrill of this popular sport. (Tip:
especially suited to company incentive days!)
’Sport Aktiv’
tel.: 05212 99870, www.schisportaktiv.at
LEUTASCH
NoFear Sports
Uwe Schlecht, tel.: 0049 177 7986716 or 0049
813 9998 6185
Stefan Reich (State Certif. Mountain/Skiing
Guide)
Schanz 267, tel.: 0699 1814 9731,
www.kletterwald-leutasch.at
PAINTBALL
SCHARNITZ
Paintball Tirol
The paintball zone is located opposite the P1
parking area close to the Porta Claudia and the
German border.
tel.: 0699/10109009, www.paintball-tirol.at
If you want to play paintball, then you’ve come
to the right place! From clubs to small groups
of friends, everyone is welcome! By prior
arrangement only. Prices available on request.
PARAGLIDING / TANDEM FLIGHTS
SEEFELD
‘Parashuttle’
tel.: 0664 1244010, www.parashuttle.info
A dream for young and old! Fly like a bird and enjoy
the breathtaking landscape hundreds of metres
below you. Starting point is the Härmelekopf
mountain in Seefeld (altitude 2,040 m, altitude
difference 840 m). Fly with the most experienced
paragliding pilots in the Tyrol. Children under 18
years of age require permission from a parent or
guardian. Flights available daily - please phone to
make a booking. Tandem flight price including
lift ticket and taxi back to the meeting point
€ 110.00, ‘Probably the most beautiful way to fly!’
PARISH OFFICE / PARSONAGE
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SEEFELD
Seefeld - St. Oswald Church Parish Office
Maximilanweg 29, opposite the Parish Church
tel.: 05212 2319-0, www.pfarramt-seefeld.at
All the catholic church services, processions
and other church events/festivities can be
found on the website of Seefeld Parish Office:
www.pfarramt-seefeld.at.
LEUTASCH
Near the ‘Kirche zur Hl. Magdalena’ church,
Kirchplatzl 153, tel.: 05214 6235,
www.pfarren-leutasch.at
REITH
Parish administration
Römerstr. 24, tel.: 05212 52782 and
05212 3119, www.dibk.at/reith
SCHARNITZ
Catholic Parish office
Porta Claudia Str. 7, tel.: 05213 5217
PHARMACIES
SEEFELD
Apotheke Seefeld
Münchner Str. 445, tel.: 05212 2284,
www.apotheke-seefeld.at
LEUTASCH
Dr. Oswald Heis, practice dispensary
Weidach 293 a, tel.: 05214 6910
SCHARNITZ
Dr. med. Hamid Homayouni, practice dispensary
(from 1st July Dr. Hubert Hofstötter)
Innsbrucker Str. 3, tel.: 05213 5134
PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES
SEEFELD
‘BIPA’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 05212 52590,
www.bipa.at
Cammerlander Tanja Photography
Bahnhofsplatz 613, tel.: 0664 5302010,
www.cammerlander.photography
Hiltpolt Anton, Photographer
Schulweg 427, tel.: 0664 3410834,
www.seefeld.biz/foto
PHYSIOTHERAPY
SEEFELD
Bianca Brantner
Leutascherstr. 686, tel.: 0660 3439380
Florian Huber
Mösererstrasse 632 (WM Halle), call to arrange
an appointment, tel.: 0650 7201047,
www.bodypoint.at
Gesundheitspraxis Seefeld - Stefan Butz
Innsbruckerstr. 227, tel.: 0650 2704407,
www.osteopathie-seefeld.com
Osteopathy, osteopathy for children, osteopathy
during all stages of pregnancy, sport osteopathy
and physiotherapy
Please call to arrange an appointment.
Ursula Kosso
Mobile physiotherapist, tel: 0664 5162199,
www.seefeld-physiotherapie.at
Peter Vesenmayer
Kalkkögelweg 453, tel.: 05212 50469 or 0664
4180902
Mon - Thu 9 am - 12 noon and 1 - 6 pm, Fri 8
am - 1 pm or by appointment
Peter Woldrich
tel.: 05212 22856, www.physiotherapie-seefeld.at
Physiotherapy/therapeutic exercise, Mon - Fri
8 am - 12 noon and 1:30 pm - 6 pm, call to
arrange an appointment
LEUTASCH
Susann Imhof, Physiotherapist
Kirchplatzl 128a, tel.: 0650 9458095,
physiotherapy, massages, lymphatic drainage,
heat therapy, home visits on request, please call
for appointments
Andrea Rauth-Panholzer, Physiotherapist
Obere Wiese 1, tel.: 05214 6550
Physiotherapy, therapeutic exercise
Mon - Fri 9 am - 1 pm, please call to arrange an
appointment
PLAY AREAS
SEEFELD
beside the Wildsee lake/Strandperle restaurant,
above the WM-Hall,
Adventure play park in the theme of ‘Mining in
Seefeld‘ and jumping platforms with inflatable
landing cushions and a ‘Tramp-Bag’ (inflatable
trampoline) beside the Rosshütte mountain
restaurant.
LEUTASCH
Adventure play area beside the stream,
in Weidach, next to the information office
MÖSERN
at the ‘Gasthof Zum Neunerwirt’
Close-to-nature play park beside the Möserer See
lake (near the Möserer Seestub’n)
REITH
beside the information office, skater park below
the ‘Gemeinde’ (local council offices)
SCHARNITZ
in Eisack, Auweg
POLICE
Emergency number: tel.: 133
SEEFELD
The police station in Seefeld, is responsible for the
whole region, Münchner Str. 828,
tel.: 0591 337124-100, www.bundespolizei.gv.at
POST OFFICE
SEEFELD
Post office Seefeld,
Klosterstr. 367, tel.: 0577677 6100 or
05212 2347, www.post.at,
Opening times: Mon - Fri 8 am - 12 noon and
2 pm - 5.30 pm
Postage stamps are also available from:
Albrecht Kaufhaus, newsagent/tobacconist
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229-648
Railway newsagent/tobacconist
(upon purchase of postcards only)
Railway station, tel.: 05212 2306
Finsterwalder - Seefeld Tourist Shop
(upon purchase of postcards only)
Münchner Str. 35, tel.: 05212 2382
Pilotto (upon purchase of postcards only)
Münchnerstr. 33, tel.: 05212 52856
LEUTASCH
Post office self-service zone
Stamps - send mail - receive mail
In the ‘Gemeinde Leutasch’ local council buildings
Kirchplatzl 128a, tel.: 05214/6205
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, Mon - Sun
Stamps are available from:
Information office Leutasch
Weidach 320, tel.: 05 0880-10
Post office, Self-Service Zone
Kirchplatzl 128
‘Schuh & Sport Rödlach’
Kirchplatzl 128 b, tel.: 05214 6488
‘Sparmarkt Gohm’
Obern 34 a, tel.: 05214 6179
MÖSERN
Stamps and pre-paid mobile phone cards:
‘Lebensmittel Schöpf‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 7-9, tel.: 05212 4752,
www.landhaus-schoepf.at
REITH
Stamps are available from:
Information office Reith
Römerstr. 52, tel.: 050880-30
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Post office service in the ‘Gemeinde Reith’ (local
council office), Lauserweg 15,
tel.: 05212 3116-78, 8 am -12 noon
SCHARNITZ
Stamps and pre-paid phone cards for mobile
phones are available from:
Steffan & Co
Innsbrucker Str. 48, tel.: 05213 5306
PRE-PAID PHONE CARDS
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’, tobacconist
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229-648
‘Bahnhofstrafik’
at the railway station, tel.: 05212 2306
‘BP Troppacher’
Bundesstr. 498, tel.: 05212 20567
‘Finsterwalder - Seefelder Touristenshop’
Münchner Str. 35, tel.: 05212 2382
‘M-Preis’
Klosterstr. 276, tel.: 05212 6262-21,
www.mpreis.at
Post Office Seefeld
Klosterstr. 367, tel.: 0577677 6100,
www.post.at
‘SHELL‘ filling station
Innsbrucker Str. 272, tel.: 05212 2914
LEUTASCH
Information office Leutasch
Weidach 320, tel.: 050880-10
‘Sparmarkt Gohm‘
Obern 34 a, tel.: 05214 6179
‘Tabaktrafik Gapp’
Weidach 321 a, tel.: 05214 6286
REITH
Information office Reith
Römerstr. 52, tel.: 050880-30
Post office counter in the ’Gemeinde Reith’
(local council offices), Lauserweg 15,
tel.: 05212 3116-78, 8 am - 12 noon
SCHARNITZ
‘Steffan & Co’
Innsbrucker Str. 48, tel.: 05213 5306
PUBLIC TOILETS
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SEEFELD
Railway station
Music pavilion, Kurpark
Olympia Sports & Congress Centre
Apothekenparkplatz (P8)
Horse-drawn carriage stand beside the car park P3
LEUTASCH
Kirchplatzl (church square), opposite the
’Gemeindehaus’
Weidach, music pavilion
Gaistal, Salzbach car park
Moos, Rödlach car park
MÖSERN
Public toilet in Mösern information office (during
opening hours only)
REITH
Railway station Reith
SCHARNITZ
Railway station Scharnitz
At the northern entrance to the town, beside
‘Steffan & Co’ tobacconist/newsagent
Karwendel car park in Eisack
(open summer only from 8 am - 6 pm)
PUBLIC TRANSPORT
TIMETABLES
Up-to-date timetables and departure and arrival
information for trains and buses are available in all
the information offices in the region.
PUSHCHAIR &
BABY CARRIERS RENTAL
SEEFELD
‘Off-road’ pushchair & baby carriers rental in
Landhaus Schmiedhof
Hiltpolt family, tel.: 05212 2526,
www.schmiedhof.net
RAFTING
Detailed information can be found on page 63.
RAILWAY STATIONS
SEEFELD
Bahnhofsplatz 115, Call Centre tel.: 051717
Ticket counter opening times: Mon - Fri 8:05 am 1:15 pm and 2:15 pm - 4:25 pm
LEUTASCH AND MÖSERN
No railway station, VVT combined tickets for local
buses and trains can be purchased in the bus.
LEITHEN NEAR REITH
Unmanned station, tickets can be purchased on
the train
REITH
Unmanned station, tickets can be purchased on
the train
GIESSENBACH NEAR SCHARNITZ
Unmanned station, tickets can be purchased on
the train
SCHARNITZ
Unmanned station, tickets can be purchased on
the train
RESTAURANTS
SEEFELD
‘Alt Seefeld’- ’Erlebnis Wirtshaus’
Olympiastr. 101, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.kaltschmid.info
‘Alte Schmiede’
Innsbrucker Str. 18, tel.: 05212 2253,
www.hotel-hiltpolt.at
‘Am Kurpark’ , ’Ferienhotel Kaltschmid’
Olympiastr. 101, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.kaltschmid.info
‘Astoria Relax & Spa Hotel’
Geigenbühelstr. 185, tel.: 05212 2272,
www.astoria-seefeld.com
‘Batzenhäusl‘
Klosterstr. 44, tel.: 05212 2292,
www.kaltschmid.info
‘Bergresort Seefeld’
Münchner Str. 215, tel.: 05212 2571,
www.bergresort.at
‘Birklstüberl‘
Kurhotelpromenade 79, tel.: 05212 2322
‘Bräukeller & Grill’ in Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA
Pedestrian zone, tel.: 05212 2621-168,
www.klosterbraeu.com
‘Camp Alpin’
Leutascher Str. 810, tel.: 05212 4848,
www.camp-alpin.at
‘Central’, Hotel
Münchner Str. 41, tel.: 05212 3288,
www.central-seefeld.at
‘China-Restaurant Asia’
Münchner Str. 605, tel.: 05212 3065
‘Corso’
Bahnhofstr. 163, tel.: 05212 2262
‘Das Eden’, Hotel
Münchner Str. 136, tel.: 05212 50495,
www.eden-seefeld.at
‘Diana’, Hotel
Klosterstr. 97, tel.: 05212 2060,
www.hotel-diana.at
WILD ROMANTIC SCENERY
& EXQUISITE DELICACIES
Above the roofs of Seefeld, on the
Geigenbühel, that’s where real delights
are at home.
A celebration for the senses: enjoy excellent
Tyrolean delicacies and fine drinks in a tradi­
tional atmosphere with a breathtaking view.
Requests & Reservation
Geigenbühel 790 | 6100 Seefeld | AT
Tel.: +43 (0) 52 12 23 83
[email protected]
‘Don Camillo’, Pizzeria
Am Kirchwald 446, tel.: 05212 3843
‘Enzo PS- Szene Café‘
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 0664 4252272,
www.enzops.at
‘GOLF-IN’, Restaurant-Café
Reitherspitzstr. 632d, tel.: 0699 10072375
Golfrestaurant Seefeld-Wildmoos
Wildmoos 11, tel.: 0664 2616647
‘Hawaii‘, Pizzeria
Bahnhofsplatz 389, tel.: 05212 20085
‘Hochland’, Hotel-Residenz
Wettersteinstr. 184, tel.: 05212 2211,
www.hrh.at
‘Il Sole’, Pizzeria
Leutascher Str. 58, tel.: 0676 4519505,
www.ilsolepizzeria.at
‘K. u. K.’
Bahnhofstr. 163, tel.: 0664 4252272
‘Kirchenwirt’
Dorfplatz 28, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.alpenlove.at
‘Lärchenstüberl’
Geigenbühelstr. 790, tel.: 05212 2383
‘L’Osteria Italiana’
Bahnhofstr. 124, tel.: 05212 20568
‘Loungis’
Mösererstr. 632, tel.: 05212 2095,
www.loungis-seefeld.at
‘Milchhof’
Münchner Str. 270, tel.: 05212 2298
‘Nannis’ in ‘Kaufhaus Albrecht’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229-622,
www.nannis-cafe.at
‘Natur Hotel Lärchenhof & Spa’
Geigenbühelstr. 203, tel.: 05212 2383,
www.hotel-laerchenhof-seefeld.com
‘Olympia-Restaurant’
Klosterstr. 600, tel.: 05212 3010,
www.restaurant-olympia.at
‘Panorama Restaurant Rosshütte‘
Top station, tel.: 05212 24160,
www.rosshuette.at
‘Pizzeria Alpenhof’
Münchner Str. 76, tel.: 0681 81694893
‘Platzhirsch’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 2201571,
www.krumers.com
‘Rasthaus Seefeld’
Karwendelweg 81 a, tel.: 05212 51967
‘Sailer’s Restaurant’
Innsbrucker Str. 12, tel.: 05212 2005,
www.sailerseefeld.at
‘Seefelderhof’, Hotel
Münchner Str. 146, tel.: 05212 2373,
www.seefelderhof.com
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‘Seefelder Stube’
Innsbrucker Str. 23, tel.: 0676 843004810
‘Seespitz’, Hotel
Innsbrucker Str. 181, tel.: 05212 2217,
www.seespitz.at
‘Sonnenalm’, Gschwandtkopf/top station,
tel.: 05212 249035 or 0664 1403000,
www.skigebiet-seefeld.at
‘Sportalm’, Gschwandtkopf/bottom station,
tel.: 0664 4506550,
www.sportalm-seefeld.at
‘Stefan’s Pasteria’
Innsbruckerstr. 162, tel.: 05212 2093
‘Strandperle’
Innsbruckerstr. 500, tel.: 05212 2436,
www.strandperle.at
‘Südtiroler Stube‘
Reitherspitzstr. 17, tel.: 05212 50446,
www.suedtirolerstube.com
‘Tiroler Weinstube’
Dorfplatz 130, tel.: 05212 2208,
www.tirolerweinstube.at
‘Triendlsäge‘
Nr. 259, tel.: 05212 2580,
www.triendlsaege.at
‘Waldschenke’, ‘Waldhotel’,
Römerweg 106, tel.: 05212 2207,
www.waldhotel-seefeld.at
‘Woods Kitchen & Bar’
Klosterstr. 120, tel.: 05212 53210,
www.woods-seefeld.at
‘Zeitlos’ in Hotel Hocheder,
Klosterstr. 121, tel.: 05212 53200,
www.hotel-hocheder.at
LEUTASCH
‘Al Cavallino’
Gasse 166, tel.: 05214 20309,
www.al-cavallino.at
‘Bergidyll - Trofana s’Pfandl’
Obern 42, tel.: 05214 20944,
www.hotel-trofana.at
‘Birkegg’
Kirchplatzl 129, tel.: 05214 6854,
www.birkegg.at
‘Brücke’
Burggraben 257, tel.: 05214 6930,
www.zurbruecke-leutasch.com
‘Brunelle’
Weidach 337, tel.: 05214 20042,
www.gasthof-pension-brunelle.com
‘Campers’ in Tirol.Camp
Reindlau 230 b, tel.: 05214 657013,
www.tirol.camp
‘Forellenhof’
Weidach 290 d, tel.: 05214 6455,
www.forellen-hof.at
Steak- & grill restaurant
Wraps & Burger
Tyrolean Tapas & Homemade beer
Award for best beer in Austria 2015
Big vegetarian choice
Unique ambience
Excellent service
Party cellar with beer fountain
Cosy bar and lounge area
Summer terrace
Groups and events welcome
12.00–22.00 h
All-day hot meals
In the basement of Hotel Klosterbräu
& SPA l pedestrian zone Seefeld
Tel. +43.5212.2621-168
[email protected], www.klosterbraeu.com
‘Hubertushof’
Reindlau 230 a, tel.: 05214 6561,
www.erlebnishotels.org
‘Jausenalm am Lärchenhang’
Plaik 95, tel.: 05214 6647
‘Kaminstüberl/Sporthotel Raffl‘
Weidach 314 a, tel.: 05214 6634,
www.rafflshotel.at
‘Karwendel, Alpenhotel’
Ostbach 18, tel.: 05214 6304,
www.karwendel.at
‘Kirchenwirt’/Sporthotel ‘Xander’
Kirchplatzl 147, tel.: 05214 6581,
www.xander-leutasch.at
‘Kühtaierhof‘
Kirchplatzl 139, tel.: 05214 6226,
www.kuehtaierhof.at
‘Leutascher Dorfstadl’
Weidach 275 b, tel.: 05214 20143,
www.dorfstadl-leutasch.at
‘Leutascher Dorfwirt’
Weidach 320, tel.: 05214 6533,
www.leutascher-dorfwirt.at
‘Leutascherhof’
Weidach 305, tel.: 05214 6208,
www.leutascherhof.at
‘Leutascher Klammstüberl‘
Schanz, tel.: 0680 5079660
‘Mc Alps’ - Burger Restaurant
Weidach 275, tel.: 05214/6380-14,
www.alpenbad-leutasch.com
‘Mooswirt’
Weidach 381 e, tel.: 05214 6680,
www.hochmoos-tirol.com
‘Mundestadl‘
Moos 7 a, tel.: 05214 20008
‘Naturwirt‘
Gasse 190, tel.: 05214 20182,
www.naturwirt.at
‘Neuleutasch’
Neuleutasch 384, tel.: 05214 6834
‘Rustical’
Weidach 277, tel.: 05214 51247,
www.gasthofrustical.com
‘Tiroler Stub‘n’
Obern 28 a, tel.: 05214 20006
‘Weidachstube’
Weidach 373 b, tel.: 05214 6456
‘Zugspitze’
Platzl 103, tel.: 05214 6201,
www.zugspitze-hotel.at
‘Zum Klammgeist’
Schanz 272, tel.: 0664 5683322
‘Zur Mühle‘
Burggraben 264, tel.: 05214 6712,
www.gasthof-zur-muehle.at
A pleasure for every taste!
Let your taste buds be pampered by our excellent culinary
team in the traditional restaurant. A wide variety of delicacies
and fine dishes awaits you: relish the specialities of Tyrol,
seasonal delicacies as well as regional savouries and international dishes. Exquisite à la carte fares, buffets with a diverse
range of delicacies to choose from and savoury menus delight
your taste buds. Prepared with masterly skills and affection
and served in a cordial and bonhomie atmosphere.
Sporthotel Xander****
Kirchplatzl147 • A-6105Leutasch-Seefeld • +43(0)5214-6581
[email protected] • www.xander-leutasch.at
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ENJOYABLE REST
IN MÖSERN…
After a pleasant round of golf in Wildmoos or along a
wonderful walk along the 3 lakes and the mountain pastures in
our surrounding, an ideal meeting point for culinary delights.
Magnificent view from the terrace of hotel Inntalerhof & restaurant „9ers“ to the
peace bell, which rings every afternoon at 5 pm.
The new à la carte restaurant
„9ers“ offers delicious international
and local food: spoil your palate &
senses within a unique ambiance
and the breathtaking view
over the Inn valley.
The Tyrolean inn in Mösern offers
traditional local food and dishes
and NEW: Crêpes, tarte flambée
and pizza. Warm and cold snacks
as well as home-made cakes and
pastries during the day.
Children menu!
Möserer Dorfstr. 2 l 6100 Mösern-Seefeld
T +43 (0)5212 4747 l [email protected]
www.9ers-restaurant.at
Open daily, no day of rest!
NT
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PEC
PERS
WITH
ZUM NEUNER WIRT
Möserer Dorfstr. 23 l 6100 Mösern-Seefeld
T +43 (0)5212 4866 l [email protected]
www.neunerwirt.at
Day of rest: Tuesday!
P A N O R A M A H O T E L
nuovoline.at
„9ers“ IM HOTEL INNTALERHOF
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MÖSERN/BUCHEN
‘Alt-Mösern‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 15, tel.: 05212 4737,
www.alt-moesern.at
‘Dorfkrug’
Möserer Dorfstr. 32, tel.: 05212 4766,
www.gasthof-dorfkrug.com
‘Inntalerhof’
Möserer Dorfstr. 2, tel.: 05212 4747,
www.inntalerhof.com
‘Kaiserhof’
Albrecht-Dürer-Weg 1, tel.: 05212 52509,
www.vitalhotel-kaiserhof.at
‘Menthof’
Brochweg 15, tel.: 05212 4756, www.menthof.at
‘Möserer Seestub‘n‘
Möserer Seeweg 16, tel.: 05212 4779
‘Osteria zum Stefan’
Bairbach 6a, tel.: 05262 63260,
www.restaurant-stefan.at
‘Reblaus/Krösbacherhof‘
Brochweg 12, tel.: 05212 4753,
www.kroesbacherhof.at
‘Ropferstub‘m’
Buchen 6-8, tel.: 05262 65949,
www.ropferstubm.com
‘Zum Neunerwirt’
Möserer Dorfstr. 23, tel.: 05212 4866,
www.alpenwelt.at
REITH
‘Englhof’
Gstoagweg 13, tel.: 05212 3138,
www.engl-hof.com
‘Hirschen’
Leithener Dorf Str. 9, tel.: 05212 3155,
www.gasthof-hirschen.com
‘Sir Henrys Brasserie’
Gschwandtkopf 12, tel.: 05212 53220,
www.sir-henry.at
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SCHARNITZ
‘Alte Mühle‘ - Pizzeria
Innsbrucker Str. 29, tel.: 05213 20047,
www.altemuehle-scharnitz.at
‘Bella Vista zum Kirchplatz‘l’
Innsbrucker Str. 20, tel.: 05213 20161
‘Ramona’
Giessenbach 310, tel.: 05213 5541,
www.gasthof-ramona.at
‘Risserhof’
Innsbrucker Str. 26,
tel.: 05213 5240 or 05213 20020,
www.risserhof.com
‘Wiesenhof’
Hinterautalstr. 283, tel.: 05213 5380,
www.gasthof-wiesenhof.at
ROAD CONDITIONS REPORT
tel.: 0810 120 120 (recorded message)
ROLLER SKI SPORT
SEEFELD
Cross Country Academy Martin Tauber
Klosterstr. 120, located beside the Seekirchl,
tel.: 05212 50300,
www.xc-academy.com
Exclusive one-to-one instruction:
Classic or skating style, lessons available daily,
video analysis available on request, course
duration: 1-hour course, price: € 60.00- 2-hour
course, price € 115.00 (plus € 15 for each
additional participant), 10 % discount for children
under 14.
All the roller skiing courses are held in the roller
skiing circuit in Seefeld’s Casino Arena. Rolling
skiing equipment can be rented from Sport Norz,
our partner in Seefeld. The wearing of helmets
during the roller skiing course is compulsory!
Reservations should be made well in advance.
‘Sport Norz‘
tel.: 05212 6252, www.sport-norz.at
Roller ski rental and sale for classic and skating style
Including boots and poles € 25.00
Courses and private instruction, bookings in the store
Roller-Ski Test Centre
Test our new roller ski track in the Nordic
Competence Centre in Seefeld.
RUNNING &
NORDIC WALKING
See the ‘Nordic Walking’ section on page 43.
SEGWAYS
SEEFELD
Segway Tirol
tel.: 0664 3420702,
www.segway-tirol.info
Choose from a wide range of Segway experiences
and enjoy the fun and the fascination of a
Segway tour or event with family, friends or
work colleagues in the Segway Park Tirol in the
Olympiaregion Seefeld.
LEUTASCH
Erlebnishotel Kristall
Weidach 300 m, tel.: 05214 6319,
www.erlebnishotels.org
1-hour or 3-hour guided Segway alpine hut tours
SHOE RETAILERS
SEEFELD
‘Peterschuhe’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2037
‘Pure Fashion by Alex’
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 05212 51890,
www.purefashion.at
‘Schuhwerk by Alexander’
Innsbrucker Str. 19, tel.: 05212 20173,
www.schuh-werk.at
LEUTASCH
‘Schuh & Sport Rödlach‘
Kirchplatzl 128 b, tel.: 05214 6488
‘Sport Wedl’
Weidach 322 g, tel.: 05214 6444,
www.sport-wedl.com
‘Sport Günter‘
Weidach 318 c, tel.: 05214 6305,
www.nordicshop.at
SNACK BARS /
TAKEAWAYS
SEEFELD
‘Bahnhofsbuffet’
Bahnhofsplatz 115, tel.: 05212 2443
‘Bratwerk’ (hot dog stand)
Andreas-Hofer-Str. 292, tel.: 0676 4374422
‘Delikatessen tre.culinaria’
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 0650 2007500,
www.plangger.net
‘Espresso Lounge’
Bahnhofsplatz 613 - Citypassage,
tel.: 0699 1406 0299
‘GOLF-IN’
Reitherspitzstr. 632d, tel.: 069910072375
‘Hawaii’, Pizzeria
Bahnhofsplatz 389, tel.: 05212 20085
‘Hocheggalm’
Rosshütte, tel.: 05212 2416-0,
www.rosshuette.at
‘K. u. K.’
Bahnhofstr. 163, tel.: 0664 4252272
‘Loungis’
Mösererstr. 632, tel.: 05212 2095,
www.loungis-seefeld.at
‘Nannis’, in ‘Kaufhaus Albrecht’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229 622,
www.nannis-cafe.at
‘Niveau’
Innsbrucker Str. 11, tel.: 05212 3441
‘Tennisstüberl‘, tennis club
Möserer Str. 561, tel.: 05212 2888,
www.tennisclub-seefeld.com
LEUTASCH
‘Aumoos Alm’
Aue 123 a, tel.: 0676 5723081
‘Fiakerstüberl’
Klamm 78, tel.: 0664 9106838
‘Gut Leutasch’
Klamm 80a, Michael Skamrada,
tel.: 05214 5226 or 0664 8878 4281,
www.gutleutasch.at
‘Leutascher Klammstüberl’
Schanz, tel.: 0680 5079660
‘Mundestadl’
Moos 7 a, tel.: 05214 20008
‘Alpenhotel zum See’
Weidach 336, tel.: 05214 5142,
www.alpenhotelzumsee.at
‘Poli’s Hütte’
Gasse 174a, tel.: 0676 5129968
‘Reiterklause’
Unterkirchen 244a, tel.: 05214 20327,
www.ideintirol.com
MÖSERN/BUCHEN
‘Landcafé Schöpf‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 7-9, tel.: 05212 4752,
www.landhaus-schoepf.at
REITH
‘Rasler‘s Laden’
Römerstr. 34, tel.: 05212 3135
Opening times (July - October): 8 am - 2 pm
Sale of home-made products!
‘All Reith’
Römerstr. 22, tel.: 05212 3859,
www.all-reith.at
Open Tues - Sat from 6 pm
SCHARNITZ
‘Café in der Länd’
Hinterautalstr. 355, tel.: 0664 5532194
‘Campingstüberl’
Brand 390, tel.: 0699 10109009,
www.karwendelcamp.at
‘Bierstüberl Goldener Adler’
Innsbruckerstr. 123, tel.: 05213 5239,
www.adlerscharnitz.at
‘Tiroler Speckklause’
Innsbruckerstr. 67, tel.: 05213 5767,
www.tiroler-speckklause.at
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Schuhwerk by Alexander
Seefeld
HÄNDLER
DER REGION
Sport Wedl
Leutasch/Weidach
Schuhhaus Rödlach
Leutasch/Kirchplatzl
www.stadler-schuhe.at
OLYMPIAREG
ION
SEEFELD
O LY M P I A R E G I O N
SEEFELD CA R D
CARD
Nicht übertragbar.
Geltende Bedingung
en siehe unter
www.ors-card.com.
Not transferable.
For valid terms
see www.ors-card.co
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osservare le condizioni Non cedibile a terzi. Si prega di
riportate sul sito www.
ors-card.com.
You receive your free Olympiaregion Seefeld Card even before you spend your first
night in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. With this card you
can enjoy a whole spectrum of bonus services, discounts
and special offers throughout the duration of your stay.
A full list of all extras and offers can be viewed in the
current ‘Olympiaregion Seefeld Card’ brochure.
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SOLARIUMS
SEEFELD
Bodypoint Seefeld
tel.: 05212 2063, www.bodypoint.at
Olympia Sports & Congress Centre
tel.: 05212 3220, www.seefeld-sports.at
Solarium (for over 18s only)
LEUTASCH
‘ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch’
Weidach 275, tel.: 05214 6380,
www.alpenbad-leutasch.com
SOUVENIRS / GIFTS /
ACCESSORIES
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2421,
www.sportalbrecht.at
‘Benediktiner Seifenmanufaktur’ (soaps)
Innsbrucker Str. 14, tel.: 05212 2013,
www.seifenmanufaktur.at
‘Christine Souvenir’
Bahnhofsplatz 389, tel.: 0699/10522828
‘Ellen‘s Naildesign’, Nail studio
Karwendelweg 80, tel.: 0699/17275402,
www.ellens-naildesign.at
Magnetix Wellness (magnetic jewellery &
accessories)
‘Finsterwalder - Seefelder Touristenshop’
Münchner Str. 35, tel.: 05212 2382
‘Geschenkehaus’ Seefeld
Olympiastr. 717, tel.: 05212 52973
’Nostalgie’ (stones, jewellery, minerals)
Bahnhofstr. 124, tel.: 05212 52649
‘Seefeld Present’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2031
‘Sem Vaccaro’
Kosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 20341,
www.semvaccaroaccessori.com
‘Swarovski Premium Shop’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 52540, www.swarovski.at
‘Tirolstein’
Bahnhofstr. 389, tel.: 05212 50339,
www.tirolstein.eu
‘Trendshop’ gifts and chocolate,
Innsbrucker Str. 13, tel.: 05212 52889
SPAS AND WELLBEING
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SEEFELD
‘Bodypoint Seefeld’, WM-Hall
Florian Huber, www.bodypoint.at
Physiotherapy and massages by appointment,
tel.: 0650 7201047
Olympia Sports & Congress Centre
tel.: 05212 3220, www.seefeld-sports.at
The massage team led by Manfred Knoll,
registered Sport and Medical Massage Therapist,
offers you soothing, relaxing, pain-relieving,
stress-reducing massages to make you feel alive
again. Amidst the stylish ambiance, you can
take in the breathtaking view of the ‘Seekirchl’
chapel and the stunning mountain backdrop. A
wide range of different treatments is available
to suit your individual needs and wishes. Call
for an appointment: tel.: 05212 3220 or
0664 5434940.
Banholzer Ursula*
tel.: 0664 1219250, facial balance, singing bowl
balance, singing bowl meditation, energy balance
with tuning forks, body balance, ear candle
balance, body candle balance, Chinese foot
balance, regeneration balance
Erich Schwarz *
tel.: 0699 17424600, www.powerscout.cc,
massage treatments, heart rate variability analysis,
biofeedback, burnout prevention training
Helga Schwarz * Zoe Coaching Agency
tel.: 0699 17174246, www.beratung-agentur-zoe.at,
relaxation training with yoga, life coaching, worklife balance seminars and one-to-one coaching
Walter Wanner *
tel.: 05212 2648 or 0664 3587928, specialist
practice for sport and therapeutic massage.
We are here for your health and wellbeing.
All massage techniques, aromatic wraps for detox,
body cleansing, wellbeing
Webhofer Anna *
Römerweg 716, tel.: 0650 7334235, energybalancing singing bowl massages
LEUTASCH
‘ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch’
Weidach 275, tel.: 05214 638015,
www.alpenbad-leutasch.com
Massages and treatments Monday to Sunday from
12:30 pm - 9 pm, mornings by prior arrangement.
Massages, foot reflexology, manual lymph
drainage, back treatments, total body treatments,
stone therapy, ear candle treatment, Breuss
massage, special Alpenbad neck-shoulder
treatment, Alpenbad relaxation massage,
Alpenbad active massage
‘Christa’s Energieoase’*
Schanz 268 c, tel.: 0664 4440975,
www.hufnagl.or.at
In a wonderfully tranquil, idyllic spot in
the Schanz area of Leutasch stands a little
wooden house. Amid this calming setting you
can discover well-being for body, mind and
soul through “New Energy”, holistic pulsing,
powerful meditation and harmonisation of your
chakras. Your self-healing powers are activated
and your inner balance re-harmonised. Your
energy can flow freely once more.
Karin Frankl*, Occupational Therapist
Plaik 89a, tel.: 0650 9883619,
www.ergotherapie-leutasch.at
Paediatric therapy, geriatric therapy, neurological
therapy, hand therapy
Susann Imhof*, Physiotherapist
Kirchplatzl 128a, tel.: 0650 9458095,
Physiotherapy, massages, lymphatic drainage,
heat therapy, home visits on request
Andrea Rauth-Panholzer*, Physiotherapist
Obere Wiese 1, tel.: 05214 6550
Physiotherapy, massage
Mon - Fri 9 am - 1 pm
Andrea Seipelt *
Weidach 285 a, tel.: 05214 5133
Jin Shin Jyutsu® is an ancient art dating back
several thousand years which balances the life
energies in the body. It creates a balance within
our energy system, boosts health and wellbeing
and strengthens our powers of self-healing.
Through deep relaxation and reduction of
stress levels, it provides a valuable complement
to conventional healing methods. Applied
kinesiology works by stimulating the power of
self-healing and improving the interrelationship
of both halves of the brain. Applications:
problems at school, e.g. anxiety, concentration
difficulties, fear of exams; sports related issues,
e.g. injuries, competitions; nutritional issues,
e.g. allergies, as well as tension and back
complaints, cranio-sacral balance therapy, Doula.
Thomas Seis*, Bio-Energy Therapist
Plaik 89a, tel.: 0650 7630656,
www.avatar-salarium.eu
Human, animal and field energy practitioner, living
environment consultant, Feng Shui, water divining,
bio-resonance, bio-feedback, HRV analysis, craniosacral balancing, orgonomy, Pan Gu Shen Gong.
SCHARNITZ
Silke Ollendorff - villasol Energiearbeit
Eisack 169, tel.: 05213 20010,
www.villasol-energiearbeit.com
Lomi Lomi Nui - experience the magic of Hawaii,
Prana Vita - pure and vital energy, Nuad Thai Yoga relaxation and well-being
Do you need to recharge your batteries? Do you want
to rediscover your inner balance and activate your selfhealing powers? Are you searching for relaxation and
sense of well-being? PranaVita®, Lomi Lomi Nui and
Nuad Thai Yoga offer three wonderful methods and
ways to achieve these goals. Although very different,
the three methods all have something in common,
namely that the main focus is not simply on your
bodily being, but rather they offer a holistic approach,
treating you as a whole person, including your own,
individual energy fields. The objective is to clear
blockages and help get those vital energies flowing
again that keep your body agile and healthy, to restore
your energy fields and harmonise your body’s overall
energy system in order to regain your balance on a
physical and energy level.
* Please telephone for appointments - prices on
request - depending on treatment
The following hotels also offer well-being
treatments/massages to non-guests - please
phone to book an appointment:
SEEFELD
‘Alpenhotel… fall in Love’
Dorfplatz 28, tel.: 05212 2191,
www.alpenlove.at
‘Astoria Relax & Spa’ Hotel
tel.: 05212 2272-500, www.astoria-seefeld.com
Massages, beauty treatments, day spa for non-guests.
Please telephone beforehand. Day Spa € 55.00 € 65.00 per person - includes full use of the spa
facilities including swimming pool, various saunas,
fitness studio, afternoon soup and salad buffet followed
by cake buffet, selected teas at the wellbeing bar
Hotel ‘Central’
tel.: 05212 3288, www.central-seefeld.at
Massages, sauna, steam bath, infra-red cabin,
solarium, whirlpool, fitness room
Hotel ‘Diana’
tel.: 05212 2060, www.hotel-diana.at
Massages, Tyrolean beer bath, hay flower and
whey whirlpool baths, infra-red cabins, solarium
‘Das Hotel Eden’
Münchner Str. 136, tel.: 05212 50495,
www.eden-seefeld.at
‘Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA‘
tel.: 05212 2621-345, www.klosterbraeu.com
Spiritual Spa, massages, beauty and body
treatments, private spas, Finnish sauna, breadbaking sauna, steam bath, Rassoul grotto, infrared cabin, gym and tranquillity rooms. Admission
to the Day Spa is € 40 per person when you
book a spa treatment. € 70 per person without
treatment. May be subject to alteration.
’Krumers Post Hotel & Spa’
tel.: 05212 2201-600, www.krumers.com
Massages, cosmetic treatments, Finnish sauna, bio
sauna, steam bath, infra-red cabin, indoor pool,
solarium, pool, gym
‘Natur Hotel Lärchenhof & Spa‘
tel.: 05212 2383-333,
www.hotel-laerchenhof-seefeld.com
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MarVita Day Spa
Hotel ‘Residenz Hochland’
tel.: 05212 2211, www.hrh.at
Massages, curative treatments, cranio-sacral therapy,
mud packs, back therapy courses and individual
training with Herbert Frühwald, Medical Masseur.
Hotel ‘Solstein’
tel.: 05212 2741, www.hotel-solstein.com
LEUTASCH
‘alte & neue Mühle‘
Weidach 298 b, tel.: 05214 67520,
www.muehletirol.com,
saunas, solarium, sanarium, bathing treatments,
private spa, forest sauna
Bio & Wanderhotel ‘Leutascherhof’
Weidach 305, tel.: 05214 6208,
www.leutascherhof.at
Massages, mud packs
‘Sporthotel Xander’
Kirchplatzl 147, tel.: 05214 6581,
www.xander-leutasch.at,
massage and beauty treatments using the Henry
Chenot method.
‘Anti-Stress-Resort Alpenhotel Karwendel’
Ostbach 18, tel.: 05214 6304,
www.karwendel.com (massages only)
MÖSERN
Hotel ‘Inntalerhof’
tel.: 05212 4747, www.inntalerhof.com
Day spa packages includes a visit to the Alpenwelt
wellbeing oasis with saunas and steam bath, incl.
bathrobe and towels, refreshing drinks and teas at the
pool bar and healthy snacks from the buffet between
1 pm and 5 pm (soft drinks included). Further
information at hotel reception. Treatments available:
facial treatments and special treatments, beauty
extras, Thalassotherapy and sea water therapy, Alpine
healthcare treatments using the Dr. Vitalis method,
massages and special treatments, wellbeing packages.
For details and prices visit the website
www.inntalerhof.com
SPEAKING CLOCK
tel.: 0810 00 1503 (recorded message)
SPECIAL TRIBUTES FOR
RETURNING GUESTS
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If you have spent your holiday in our region several
times, then we warmly invite you to our special
tribute ceremony for returning guests. For further
information and to register, please contact the
appropriate information office or your hotelier or
landlord.
SPIRIT RETAILERS
SEEFELD
Delicatessen “tre.culinaria”
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 0650 2007500,
www.plangger.net
LEUTASCH
‘Der Tiroler’
Weidach 321, tel.: 0669 1121 9490
’Landhaus Marie’
Gasse 162, tel.: 05214 6218,
www.landhaus-marie.at
SCHARNITZ
‘Tiroler Speckklause’
Innsbrucker Str. 67, tel.: 05213 5767,
www.tiroler-speckklause.at
SPORT SHOPS /
EQUIPMENT RENTAL
SEEFELD
‘Sport & Mode Albrecht‘
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2421,
www.sportalbrecht.com
‘By Cala Golf’
Reitherspitzstr. 138, tel.: 0699 16066064
‘Sailer - Fashion & Premium Sports‘
Dorfplatz 96, tel.: 05212 2530,
www.sailerseefeld.com
‘2-Rad Corner‘
Innsbrucker Str. 775, tel.: 05212 4144,
www.ossi-niederkircher.at
‘Funsport Frank‘
Klosterarkaden, tel.: 0664 5162863,
www.funsport-frank.com
‘Pro Shop Golfsport Schvetz’
Wildmoos 11, tel.: 05212 5240250
‘Sporthaus Kirchmair‘
Münchnerstr. 42, tel.: 05212 2268,
www.sporthaus-kirchmair.at
‘Sport Norz‘
Klosterstr. 120, tel.: 05212 6252,
www.sport-norz.at
LEUTASCH
‘Schuh & Sport Rödlach‘
Kirchplatzl 128 b, tel.: 05214 6488
‘Sport Günter‘
Weidach 318 c, tel.: 05214 6305,
www.nordicshop.at
Carriage for kids per day € 5.00
Walking sticks per day € 2.50
‘Sport Wedl‘
Weidach 322 g, tel.: 05214 6444,
www.sport-wedl.com
SQUASH
LEUTASCH
‘ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch’
Weidach 275, tel.: 05214 6380,
www.alpenbad-leutasch.com
Tennis and squash courts: open daily from 10
am - 9 pm, court bookings can be made at the
Alpenbad ticket counter
STATUTORY HEALTH
INSURANCE FUND
‘Tiroler Gebietskrankenkasse’
(Head Office for Tyrol), Klara-Pölt-Weg 2,
Innsbruck, tel.: 0591 60-0, or the branch
office, ‘Gebietskrankenkasse Tirol‘, Telfs Office,
Untermarkt 48, PF 37, tel.: 0591 60-31 32
SUMMER BIATHLON
SEEFELD
Summer biathlon for guests and pros, only by
appointment. To make a reservation for the
shooting range for team training (team plus
shooting trainer) call 05212 52789. The Cross
Country Academy Martin Tauber (see below)
offers courses for guests. For information on the
biathlon faculties in Seefeld, please refer to the
‘Nordic Competence Centre’ section on page 43.
‘Cross Country Academy Martin Tauber’
Klosterstr. 120, located beside the Seekirchl,
tel.: 05212 50300, www.xc-academy.com
The fascination of biathlon: experience it for
yourself. Whether on roller skis or on foot, our
biathlon for visitors lets you experience the
thrill of the final shot. Weekly on demand,
Course duration: 2 hours, course price:
€ 60.00, adults (and teenagers aged 15 and over/
minimum height 1.40 metres) shoot using original
biathlon, small-bore rifles. Full 2-hour course for
groups of 4 and over (up to 3 participants - 1 hour).
Group courses are held in German and English.
Registration well in advance is required.
SUPERMARKETS / GROCERY STORES
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’, Spar
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229,
www.albrecht-betriebe.at
’Billa’
Innsbrucker Str. 272, tel.: 05212 52643,
www.billa.at
‘Delikatessen tre.culinaria’
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 0650 2007500,
www.plangger.net
’Eurospar’
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 05212 22291,
www.albrecht-betriebe.at
‘Finsterwalder-Seefelder Touristen Shop’
Münchner Str. 35, tel.: 05212 2382
’M-Preis’
Klosterstr. 276, tel.: 05212 626221, www.mpreis.at
LEUTASCH
’Der Tiroler’
Weidach 321, tel.: 0669 1121 9490
’Gut Leutasch’
Klamm 80a, Michael Skamrada, tel.: 05214
5226 or 0664 8878 4281,
www.gutleutasch.at
’Landhaus Marie’
Gasse 162, tel.: 05214 6218,
www.landhaus-marie.at
‘Leutascher Bauernladen’ (farm products)
Kirchplatzl, Johanna Krug, tel.: 05214 6046,
www.leutascher-bauernladen.at
Open every Friday from 13th May until 28th
October 2016 from 3 - 6 pm
‘Leutascher Fischladele’
At Weidachsee lake, tel.: 0664 8557303 or
05214 61410,
www.gebirgsforelle.at
Opening times: Daily from 7 am - 7 pm until
1st November 2016
‘M-Preis‘
Weidach 340, tel.: 05214 4201, www.mpreis.at
‘Nudelladen’
Puitbach 220, Fam. Heis, tel. : 0699 1217 9710,
www.leutascher-bioeier.at
‘Sparmarkt Gohm‘
Obern 34a, tel.: 05214 6179
‘Speckstube Handl’
Weidach 318 e, tel.: 05214 6655, www.handltyrol.at
‘Speck‘ and sausage specialities
MÖSERN
‘Lebensmittel Schöpf‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 7-9, tel.: 05212 4752,
www.landhaus-schoepf.at
REITH
‘M-Preis‘
Umfahrungsstr. 34, tel.: 05212 4707
‘Rasler‘s Laden’
Römerstr. 34, tel.: 05212 3135
Opening times (July to October): 8 am - 2 pm.
Sale of home-made products!
SCHARNITZ
‘M-Preis Shop‘
Innsbrucker Str. 195 (Gutmann filling station),
tel.: 05213 20296
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‘Tiroler Speckklause’
Innsbrucker Str. 67/68, tel.: 05213 5767,
www.tiroler-speckklause.at
SWIMMING POOLS /
SAUNAS
SEEFELD
Heated outdoor pool by the Wildsee Lake
tel.: 05212 2436, www.strandperle.at
Changing rooms, lawn, sun terrace, large play
area, children’s paddling pools, bouncy castle,
beach volleyball court, new pedalos, rental of SUP
boards, stand-up padding lessons
Olympia Sports and Congress Centre
tel.: 05212 3220, www.seefeld-sports.at
Olympia Leisure Pool
Boasting a swimming complex covering 640
m², the Olympia Centre offers an outstanding
leisure pool with a host of amenities, no fewer
than 3 different slides, a sun-bathing lawn with
loungers, sunshades and a children’s play area.
2,000 square-metre sauna complex with six
different saunas, underwater jet-massage
loungers, nudist sun-bathing terrace, panoramic
pool, infrared cabins, plunge pool, sun loungers
and lots more besides
Indoor pool - summer opening times:
(Valid from 26th May - 25th September 2016)
Daily from 9:30 am - 10 pm, different opening
times from 26th September 2016
Adult Concession* Children (6-14 y.)
4 hrs (Mon - Fri) ** € 13.00 € 11.50 € 7.00
1-day ticket (Mon - Fri) ** € 20.00 € 18.50 € 11.50
Special discounted tickets are available for
families. Children up to 5 years of age are free.
Sauna complex:
Daily from 2 pm - 10 pm
Adult Concession*
4 hrs (Mon - Fri)**
€ 21.00 € 19.50
1-day ticket (Mon - Fri)** € 30.00 € 28.50
Sauna use for children over 15 years.
* Seniors, students, disabled persons and school
pupils with valid ID
**Surcharges apply Sat/Sun/holidays
Aqua-Fitness - see notice board
Solarium available (min. age 18). Information
may be subject to change. For up-to-date price
and detailed information visit
www.seefeld-sports.at
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Aquasports School of Swimming
Swimming lessons for children, baby swimming,
private lesson, freestyle technique courses
Olympia Sports and Congress Centre or
ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch
Bookings through Sport Norz, tel.: 05212 6252,
www.sport-norz.at
LEUTASCH
’ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch’
Weidach 275, tel.: 05214 6380,
www.alpenbad-leutasch.com
Leisure pool complex with a 25 m swimmer‘ pool,
toddlers‘ pool, outdoor pool with bubble bench,
tube slide, jet stream massage area, waterfall,
cascade showers
Opening times:
Swimming pool: Mon - Sun 10 am - 10 pm,
Sauna: Mon - Fri 2 - 10 pm,
Sat, Sun and public holidays 11 am -10 pm
(off-season opening times differ).
Sauna (mixed gender) with bio sauna, Finnish
sauna, log cabin sauna with view of the mountains
in the outdoor area, Finnish hay sauna, steam
bath, open air swimming pool, crystal plunge
pool, spacious infrared cabin, reflexology path,
water relaxation area with open fireplace, various
relaxation areas - with waterbeds, for families, in
the conservatory and in the sauna house - nudist
outdoor area with outdoor swimming pool, forest
relaxation area and sun deck.
MÖSERN
Möserersee natural bathing lake
Bathing lake in the forest with a pleasant water
temperature, small sun-bathing area. NB: Dogs are
not allowed in the water.
REITH
‘Wildsee’ forest swimming pool - ‘Strandcafé
Sonja’
tel.: 05212 3387, www.engl-hof.com
Covered panorama terrace, lawn, café, children‘s
play area, sporting facilities, changing rooms, sun
terrace, depending on weather daily 9:30 am - 6
pm, June - September
Establishments with swimming pools open to the
public:
SEEFELD
‘Astoria Relax & Spa Hotel‘
tel.: 05212 2272500, www.astoria-seefeld.com
Day Spa € 55.00 - € 65.00 per person. Includes
the use of the entire spa complex with swimming
pool, various saunas, gym, salad and soup buffet
in the afternoon followed by a cake buffet and
selected teas at the spa bar.
‘Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA’
tel.: 05212 2621-345, www.klosterbraeu.com
Use of the sauna and pool area. Admission to the
Day Spa is € 40 per person when combined with
a booking for a spa treatment. € 70 per person
without treatment. Information may be subject to
change.
‘Krumers Post Hotel & Spa‘
tel.: 05212 2201-600, www.krumers.com
By prior arrangement only.
TAILORS
SEEFELD
‘Theresa’s Modewerkstatt’
Theresia Grimminger, Milserstr. 127,
tel.: 0664 1402932, www.modewerkstatt.org
REITH
‘Caroline‘s Nähstüberl‘
Römerstr. 28/1, tel.: 0664 1560097
(in Reith shopping centre beside the parish church)
TAX FREE
SEEFELD
Seefeld Information Office, in cooperation with
Tax Free Worldwide Austria and Premier Tax Free,
serves as a VAT refund point for non-EU citizens (as
was available up until now at the airport).
TAXIS
SEEFELD
Taxi Haas
tel.: 05212 2500
Taxi Haslwanter
tel.: 05212 2267 or 05212 2700,
www.taxi-seefeld.at
Taxi Heigl
tel.: 0664 4109642
Taxi Joshi
tel.: 0650 2725866, www.taxiseefeld.com
Taxi Seelos
tel.: 05212 3222 or 05212 4242,
www.taxi-seelos.at
Taxi Suitner
tel.: 0664 5150501
LEUTASCH
Taxi Karoline
Weidach 300 u, tel.: 05214 20055 or
0664 2869700, www.landhaus-karoline.at
SCHARNITZ
Taxi Mair
Hinterautalstr. 115, tel.: 05213 5363,
(from the beginning of June taxi transport up to
mountain pastures and huts in the Karwendel range)
Taxi Ramona
Giessenbach 310, tel.: 05213 5541,
www.gasthof-ramona.at (from the beginning of
June taxi transport up to mountain pastures and
huts in the Karwendel range)
TELEPHONE FACILITIES
There are public telephone boxes in all the villages
in the region. You can find out their locations at any
of the information offices in the region.
TENNIS
SEEFELD
‘Casino - Tennis Centre‘ (WM-Halle)
tel.: 05212 2095, www.seefeld-sports.at
8 courts, Bross-Slide surface, showers, lockers,
‘Loungis Bar Restaurant’, open daily 9 am - 10
pm (different opening times during low season)
Court hire: Single hour indoor court € 14.50
‘Casino -Tennis Centre’ (WM-Halle),
outdoor tennis courts
tel.: 05212 2095,
www.seefeld-sports.at
4 courts, showers, lockers,
Court hire: 1 hour outdoor court € 11.00
‘ESTESS Tennis Seefeld’
We guarantee top quality - over 30 years ESTESS
in Seefeld
Håkan Dahlbo Tennis Academy - Tennis Training &
Performance Centre, and ESTESS Tennis School
Secretary: tel.: 05212 2095,
tel.: 0660 2628184 (Head Professional)
Professionals: tel.: 0699 19579525,
www.estess.eu
Officially recognised PTCA Gold Academy. Tennis
coaching is carried out in accordance with an
internationally recognised success training model
under the direction of Swedish trainer Håkan
Dahlbo, D.Sc (Member of ATP Coach Division and
PTCA = Professional Tennis Coaches Association)
who himself enjoyed many years of international
tennis success. Individual and group lesson for all
levels of ability available daily by arrangement.
Lessons for groups and children can be arranged on
request. Private lessons (excl. cost of court) with a
qualified, registered tennis pro:
1 person 2 people
3 people
1 hour (55 min.)
€ 47.00 € 57.00
€ 77.00
‘Tennis Club Seefeld’
tel.: 05212 2888, www.tc-seefeld.com
6 sand courts, training wall, lockers, showers, club
house with public restaurant, children’s play area,
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training lessons, international tennis tournaments.
Play from 8 am, court hire for guests: € 12.00
per hour.
LEUTASCH
‘ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch‘,
Weidach 275, tel.: 05214 6380,
www.alpenbad-leutasch.com
Opening times: Daily 10 am - 9 pm
Reservation: Alpenbad reception desk
MÖSERN
’Hotel Inntalerhof’
tel.: 05212 4747, www.inntalerhof.com
Outdoor courts, daily, court hire € 11.00, for
guests with regional guest card.
Private courses and group lessons on request.
TIPPING
It is customary to proportionately round up the
amount shown on the bill.
TOBACCONISTS/
NEWSAGENTS
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’, tobacconist
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2229648
‘Bahnhofstrafik’
at the railway station, tel.: 05212 2306
‘Finsterwalder - Seefelder Touristenshop’
Münchner Str. 35, tel.: 05212 2382
‘Olympia Kiosk’
Olympia Sports & Congress Centre,
tel.: 05212 3220
LEUTASCH
‘Baguette/M-Preis‘
Weidach 340, tel.: 05214 4201,
www.mpreis.at
‘Schuh & Sport Rödlach‘
Kirchplatzl 128 b, tel.: 05214 6488
‘Sparmarkt Gohm‘
Obern 34 a, tel.: 05214 6179
‘Tabaktrafik Gapp’
Weidach 321 a, tel.: 05214 6286
MÖSERN
‘Lebensmittel Schöpf‘
Möserer Dorfstr. 7-9, tel.: 05212 4752,
www.landhaus-schoepf.at
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REITH
‘Rasler‘s Laden’
Römerstr. 34, tel.: 05212 3135
Opening times (July to October): 8 am - 2 pm
SCHARNITZ
‘M-Preis Shop’
Innsbrucker Str. 195 (Gutmann filling station),
tel.: 05213 20296
‘Steffan & Co’
Innsbrucker Str. 48, tel.: 05213 5306
TOY SHOPS / STATIONERS
SEEFELD
‘Albrecht Kaufhaus’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2421,
www.sportalbrecht.at
‘Billa’
Innsbrucker Str. 272, tel.: 05212 52643,
www.billa.at
‘engelart - Couture for Little Angels’
Dorfplatz 25, tel.: 05212 20090
‘Eurospar’
Olympiastr. 882, tel.: 05212 22291,
www.albrecht-betriebe.at
‘M-Preis’
Klosterstr. 276, tel.: 05212 6262-21,
www.mpreis.at
‘Pilotto’
Münchnerstr. 33, tel.: 05212 52856
Post Office Seefeld
Klosterstr. 367, tel.: 05776776100,
www.post.at
LEUTASCH
‘s‘Holzladele’
Gasse 172, tel.: 0650 7077700,
www.leutasch-landhaus.at
‘Tabaktrafik Gapp’
Weidach 321 a, tel.: 05214 6286
‘Raiffeisen Lagerhaus’
Kirchplatzl 128 a, tel.: 05214 625054918,
www.lagerhaus.at
REITH
M-Preis,
Umfahrungsstr. 34, tel.: 05212 4707
TRADITIONAL ATTIRE
SEEFELD
‘Sport & Mode Albrecht’
Innsbrucker Str. 24, tel.: 05212 2421,
www.sportalbrecht.at
‘Sporthaus Kirchmair’
Münchner Str. 42, tel.: 05212 2268,
www.sporthaus-kirchmair.at
‘Trachten Loisel’
Klosterarkaden 608, tel.: 05212 2147,
www.trachten-mode-seefeld.at
LEUTASCH
‘Sport Günter‘
Weidach 318 c, tel.: 05214 6305,
www.nordicshop.at
‘Sport Wedl’
Weidach 322 g, tel.: 05214 6444,
www.sport-wedl.com
TRAINS
Timetable and ticket information is available from
the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB),
tel.: 05 1717. Free-of-charge timetables are, of
course, available in all the information offices. Our
nearest train stations are located in Seefeld, Reith,
Innsbruck, Scharnitz and Mittenwald (Germany).
VETERINARY SURGERY
LEUTASCH
Dr. Thomas Angerer
Weidach 291 a (beside the Weidachsee lake),
tel.: 05214 61410, www.tierarztpraxis-angerer.at
Small animal ordination daily, by appointment
only, 24-hour emergency service
VINTAGE VEHICLE CLUBS
SEEFELD
’KW Classics’
Bahnhofsplatz 389, tel.: 0699 1322 2595,
www.kw-classics.at
SCHARNITZ
‘Tirol Klassik‘ and ‘Motorrad Klassik’
Manfred Griesser, Innsbrucker Str. 42 - 47,
tel.: 0664 1000030, www.tirol-klassik.at
WEATHER
Weather forecast for the Tyrol
tel.: 0900 91156608 (recorded message) or visit
www.seefeld.com
WHITE WATER SPORTS
Rafting
The classic trip through the Imster Schlucht gorge
Experience an action-packed rafting tour on the
River Inn. One of Europe’s classic rafting tours and
a fantastic river for beginners and families too.
Choice of transfer or without transfer
Transfer from Seefeld, tel.: 0508800 (Seefeld
information office) or from Leutasch,
tel.: 050880-10 (Leutasch information office) min. 5 participants
Duration: approx. 3 hours. Price includes full
equipment.
Adult Child (7 - 13 years)
Without transfer € 52.00 € 36.00
With transfer € 60.00
€ 45.00
Youth
(14 - 16 years)
€ 50.00
€ 60.00
SCHARNITZ
BOAT TRANSPORT
Taxi Mair tel.: 05213 5363 or Taxi Ramona
tel.: 05213 5541, daily from 01.06.2016,
transport of people and rafts to the upper Isar, prices
available on request.
Information on water conditions on the upper Isar
is available from Taxi Mair, tel.: 05213 5363.
WILDLIFE ENCLOSURES &
ANIMAL ACTIVITIES
SEEFELD
Tiroler Bio Alpakas (organic alpaca farm)
Fam. Haslwanter
Triendlsäge Weg 925, tel.: 0676 7507575,
www.bioalpakas.at
Guided farm tours
Immerse yourself in the world of the alpaca during
a guided tour through our alpaca farm and over our
fields and meadows. Get close to these fascinating
Andean animals, feel for yourself how wonderfully
fluffy their wool is and find out all about these
gentle mammals and the ‘gold of the Incas’. Do
alpacas really spit? What is so special about alpaca
wool and why is it so expensive? And can alpacas
really feel at home in the Tyrolean mountains?...
Alpaca trekking
Join us on a hike over blossoming mountain
meadows and through the cool, shady forests,
accompanied by our woolly teddy bears! We can
hike to some of the popular mountain huts, such as
the Bodenalm or Wildmoosalm, or enjoy a shorter
walk close to the farm. We can even combine our
alpaca walk with a stick-bread baked over the
campfire, or an alpaca picnic in the fields… An
unforgettable close-to-nature experience, suitable
for families too!
Alpaca walk
Would you prefer to have an alpaca all to yourself
for a little while? Following brief instruction on
handling the animals, you can take ‘your alpaca’
for a walk on the lead along pre-selected walking
trails.
Children’s birthdays, company events, club
outings, school excursions on request. All
the guided activities can also be carried out
in English. Trekking tours: At least once per
week between June and October. For detailed
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information on dates and times, please visit
our homepage or see notices displayed. Further
dates can be arranged on request.
REITH
Fallow Deer Enclosure in Auland
Near Gschwandtkopf
Observe the fallow deer in their natural
environment. If you feed the deer, please use the
food from the dispensers provided only.
WINE BOUTIQUES /
WINE TASTINGS
SEEFELD
‘Plangger Delikatessen tre.culinaria‘
Klosterstr. 43, tel.: 0650 2007500,
www.plangger.net
Epicurean delights in the heart of Seefeld THE place to be for lovers of fine food and
fine wines! The Plangger Delikatessen/tre.
culinaria shop in the heart of Seefeld was, in
2012 and in 2015, selected as best specialist
food and drink shop in the Tyrol by the “Genuss
Guide” food retailer guide. In addition, the
“Chaîne des Rotisseurs” has also commended
it for its outstanding gastronomic offerings,
and it furthermore received the Certificate
for Excellence/Winner 2014 from the online
platform “tripadvisor”. Alongside a wide
selection of highest quality gourmet foods,
the Plangger shop also stocks around 3,000
different fine wines and a first-class assortment
of spirits. And not only can you buy fine food
and drinks to take home in this delicatessen. In
the relaxed, cosy food bar you can also enjoy
mouth-watering Alpine tapas and finger food, or
put together a gourmet platter from the produce
available in the shop accompanied by a glass
of first-class wine. An exclusive wine cellar is
located in the basement of the shop which
offers an exquisite ambience for various events
or special occasions. The ‘Plangger Delikatessen‘
in Seefeld even boasts several celebrity regular
customers including singer Hansi Hinterseer, film
producer Norbert Blecha and actress Barbara
Wussow.
Wine Tasting in the Hotel Central
Sample high quality Austrian wines and spirits
in our own wine cellar. Experience an enjoyable
evening with Mr. Ölhafen, the head of the hotel,
and with friends. Every Monday (from 16th May
to 10th October 2016) 9 pm, Hotel Central, cost:
€ 12.00 per person (tasting and small snack
with cured ham and cheese). Booking on
tel.: 05212 3288 or at [email protected]
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LEUTASCH
‘Landhaus Marie’
Gasse 162, tel.: 05214 6218,
www.landhaus-marie.at
‘Gernspitz - Vinothek’ (wine boutique) in the
Ferienhaus Wanner holiday residence
Weidach 368 a, tel.: 05214 20308 or
0664 73076112 or 0664 5792481,
www.leutasch-weidach.at.
Wine boutique and wine tasting: Expertly guided
wine tastings can be arranged at any time. The
tastings include 6 - 12 select wines, accompanied
by bread, cheese and olive oil. Duration: approx.
2 hours, time to suit your wishes, 6 - max. 10
participants, € 25.00 per person.
SCHARNITZ
Vino Zorzi GmbH
Gießenbach 239, 6108 Scharnitz,
tel.: 05212 2121 www.vinozorzi.at
Opening times: Monday-Friday 7 am - 4 pm.
Closed afternoon during the months of April and
November. Open Saturdays by prior arrangement.
Closed Sundays. The two sommeliers Melanie
and Hannes Scheiflinger, together with wine
trader Manfred Zorzi, have opened “Vino Zorzi”
in Gießenbach on the Seefeld Plateau. There
they have transformed an old warehouse into a
traditional house of wine characterised by rustic
wooden walls, a cosy tiled stove and comfortable,
convivial seating. Here all those interested in
wine, from newcomers to expert connoisseurs,
have the chance not only to purchase fine wine
at fair prices, but also to immerse themselves in
the world of wine. A wide selection of open wines
can be tasted.
W-LAN / WIFI
SEEFELD
see ‘Internet access’ page 39
WOODEN PRODUCTS
SEEFELD
‘Holzbildhauerei Röck‘
Innsbrucker Str. 20, tel.: 0664 5617183,
www.holzbildhauerei-roeck.at
LEUTASCH
‘Herbert’s Zirbenstube’
Zentrum-Weidach, tel.: 0664 75019334
Workshop in the grounds of the Quellenhof,
Oberweidach
‘Holz [und] schenken mit Herz’
Weidach 296, tel.: 0664 1694069,
www.hausseeblick.net
Decorative, handmade wooden articles
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 9 am - 7 pm
‘s‘Holzladele’
Gasse 172, tel.: 0650 7077700,
www.leutasch-landhaus.at
Handicrafts, made-to-order products and personal
expert advice, gift articles, toys for young and old,
wooden products for home and kitchen, special
men’s corner and lots more besides.
‘Kunsthandwerk Georg Penz’
Plaik 93, tel.: 0664 2228561,
www.kunsthandwerk-leutasch.com
Restoration work, carvings, decorative objects,
furniture, lamps
Opening hours: daily from 9 am to 7 pm
SCHARNITZ
Silke Ollendorff - villasol Energiearbeit
Eisack 169, tel.: 05213 20010,
www.villasol-energiearbeit.com
Nuad Thai Yoga: Traditional Nuad Thai Yoga is
based on the energy teachings of the ancient
Indian philosophies of Ayurveda and yoga and
also integrates elements influenced by the Chinese
meridian system.
Subject to change without prior notice. Status:
April 2016 | Pictures: Heinz Zak
YOGA
SEEFELD
‘Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA‘
Klosterstr. 30, tel.: 05212 2621-345,
www.klosterbraeu.com
Yoga for all age groups, men welcome too!
Pilates and yoga on offer several times a week
Schwarz Helga - Zoe Coaching Agency
tel.: 0699 17174246,
www.beratung-agentur-zoe.at
Relaxation training with yoga.
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- The great OUTDOORS is waiting for YOU!
Enjoy an unrivalled programme of
activities in one of Europe’s most scenic
areas for mountain hikes and themed
walks from 16th May until 16th October
2016. You can take part at the numerous
summer experiences by presenting your
Olympiaregion Seefeld Card.
OLYMPIAREGION
SEEFELD
CARD
Nicht übertragbar. Geltende
Bedingungen siehe unter
www.ors-card.com. Not
transferable. For valid
terms
see www.ors-card.com.
Non cedibile a terzi. Si prega
di
osservare le condizioni riportate
sul sito www.ors-card.com
.
Simply ask for the corresponding pamphlet – available at all
information offices in the Olympiaregion Seefeld.
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BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer xDrive with 140 kW (190 h.p.),
total fuel consumption 4.9 l/100 km, CO2 emissions
128 g/km. Fuel consumption is calculated according to
the NEDC. The model shown contains optional features.
BMW xDrive
bmw-mountains.com
Sheer
Driving Pleasure
HAS A GRIP ON
EVERY MOUNTAIN.
Example illustration
BMW xDRIVE, THE INTELLIGENT
FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE SYSTEM.
SEEFELD | LEUTASCH
MÖSER N-BUCHEN
R EITH | SCHA R NITZ
Tourismusverband Olympiaregion Seefeld
Klosterstraße 43 6100 Seefeld Austria
+43 508800 [email protected] www.seefeld.com