Marvel at untouched nature, experience real Tyrolean customs and village culture and simply enjoy. Leutasch offers a wonderful landscape that stands out against a magnificent mountain backdrop. Attractive hiking trails lead the way up to the mighty mountain peaks of the Wetterstein Mountains. In winter, endless trails invite you to glide through the landscape. The numerous sports and activity options make Leutasch an Eldorado for cross-country skiing, skiing and hiking enthusiasts.
The Leutasch Valley is located in a high valley that extends over 16 km from the Hohe Munde to the northeast along the Wetterstein Mountains. Before Mittenwald in Bavaria, the valley ends on the border with Bavaria in the Leutasch Gorge . Leutasch is also known for its guaranteed snow and at the same time offers a mild summer climate. The hikingparadise is located in the Olympiaregion Seefeld on a flat high plateau at approx. 1200 m above sea level. Around 650 km of marked hiking, mountain and via ferrata routes with numerous alpine pastures and huts are presented against the unique mountain backdrop of the Olympic region.
Set off for a leisurely stroll along the Leutascher Ache, explore an alpine hut tour over lush green alpine meadows or dare to take an extended summit tour with magical views of the Tyrolean mountains.
The alpine paradise Gaistal between the Mieminger Mountains and the Wetterstein Mountains scores with its diverse excursion options and has a particularly high recreational value for nature-loving holidaymakers. Immediately in front of your holiday home at holiday park Alpenresort Olympiaregion Seefeld in Leutasch you can immerse yourself in the multifaceted mountain world and explore the alpine paradise of Gaistal on foot.
The unique nature lures you to hiking, biking, golfing or Nordic walking. Every vacationer's heart beats faster in Leutasch. The Seefeld Plateau at 1,200 meters above sea level offers perfect conditions for your active summer holiday. Past rushing mountain streams and fragrant alpine flowers, well-marked paths lead to idyllic alpine pastures and huts as well as to the most beautiful viewpoints in the region. The hiking, surrounded by the mountain scenery is not only beautiful, but also healthy. In the thinner air at this altitude, the number of red blood cells increases, which keeps you fit and acts like a fountain of youth. Limitless possibilities to strengthen your vitality - in crystal clear air - in the midst of a beautiful natural backdrop.
A comprehensive and perfectly signposted network of Nordic walking and running routes connects the entire region. 30 different routes over 266 km invite you to build up your stamina and at the same time enjoy the unique nature.
The Alpenbad Leutasch leaves nothing to be desired. With an appealing indoor pool, an outdoor pool, a harmonious sauna world with organic sauna, Finnish, hay sauna and large infrared cabin. You can also relax completely in the various relaxation areas in the complex. The soothing massages ensure deep relaxation and extensive entertainment is provided in the children's area with water games and paddling fun. Leutasch is always worth a trip.
Guided hikes and discover nature! The summer experiences from the end of May to the beginning of October offer a varied program and have something suitable for every guest. Unique adventures for young and old. The special climate at 1,200m above sea level makes summer holidays in Leutasch - in the middle of the North Tyrolean mountains - in a pleasant and healthy climate that refreshes and ensures restful sleep as well as mental and physical well-being.
Ideal for allergy sufferers: The fresh and clear mountain air enables deep, calming breaths. From July the region is considered to be almost allergen-free, as the flowering period for grasses and pollen ends very early here. The alpine high altitude climate also optimizes the cardiovascular system, activates the metabolism, reduces harmful free radicals and improves the quality of the red blood cells and the oxygen supply to the tissue.
The extensive range of hiking options in the Leutasch Valley enables every tour and excursion with children to be tailored individually and to take into account the natural needs of children’s conquering. Children love hiking. Is there anything nicer for children than frolicking around in the open air, playing and just having fun in the simple natural surroundings? What could be more obvious than doing this on varied hikes in the mountains around the Leutasch Valley. It is quite natural to combine every step with an experience or adventure. While hiking, they see flowers on the wayside, animal tracks that can be interpreted or a fallen tree that you balance over - children love to do that.
The pilgrimage to the tomb of the apostle James the Elder is called the Way of St. James. One called in the Spanish Santiago de Compostela. There are numerous feeder routes all over Europe and one of them leads past our holiday park Alpenresort Olympiaregion Seefeld through the Leutasch Valley.
The Way of St. James in the Leutasch Valley
Through the Leutasch Valley one follows the course of the Leutascher Ache. Make a pilgrimage on the marked Jakobsweg through the striking, mighty - charming valley and discover valuable treasures there such as the themed path along the Leutascher Ache - the parish church of St. Maria Magdalena - the Jakobskapelle and the Obern chapel. If you hike through Moos - the Rappental - the Katzenloch and reach the Buchener Höhe, some people leave the Leutasch Valley as a result of the force acting here.
Mountain bikers are increasingly speaking of the high plateau with its peaks and valleys as a real insider tip for challenges. Provided that you can enjoy cycling and unique views in untouched nature and love delicious alpine products. Out and about on a mountain bike in the Olympiaregion. More than 200 kilometers of forest roads and paths approved according to the Tyrolean mountain bike model enable mountain bikers to travel almost to the top of the mountain. The fact that you can enjoy breathtaking views and fresh, clear mountain air instead of the noise of the cars and stuffy haze makes excursions into the impressive mountain world a very special experience.
Unique areas for demanding bikers such as the Almenparadies Gaistal , also one of the possible starting points for the breathtaking "Zugspitzrunde", the Karwendel Alpine Park, the Wildmoos nature reserve with connections to Mösern and Buchen, but also family-friendly tours such as along the Leutascher Ache , around around the Ahrnspitze (Leutasch - Scharnitz - Mittenwald - Leutasch) make the region a true biking paradise.
Cycling maps are available from us at reception. With e-bikes cycling on around 570 km of bike paths. There are currently 17 stations that offer e-bikes for testing or rental and a constantly growing network of battery charging stations. It is worthwhile to test these new "companions" and to undertake wonderful tours to the most diverse alpine pastures and into the mountain valleys. If you don't want to e-biking alone, you can use the guided e-bike & e-bike biathlon tours offered .
Visitors dare to tee off in the green on the Seefeld high plateau on one of the most beautiful places in the world. The harmonious atmosphere and the tranquility of the Alps radiate the necessary peace and quiet that you need for your game. In Seefeld you will find yourself in the right environment to improve your handicap and concentrate on the game. The Seefeld-Wildmoos Golf Club is one of the "Leading Golf Courses Austria" and is ranked among the top 100 golf courses in the world by experts. The 18 fairways fit into the Tyrolean landscape with meadows and forests and are framed by mighty firs and spruces. A golfer's paradise between the Wildsee and the mountain panorama: the Seefeld-Reith Golf Club is close to the center of Seefeld and the 9-hole course offers extensive golf fun for professionals and beginners.
The modern biathlon facility and the unique roller ski route make it possible. Whether as a hobby athlete or a professional, you will get your money's worth here when doing sports. The scooter route runs through the Möserertal and, in addition to the sporting pleasure , also leaves wonderful impressions of nature. Roller ski and biathlon courses can be booked at the Martin Tauber Cross Country Academy.
Leutasch Spirit Gorge: hell water, cauldron and devil water. The Leutasch Spirit Gorge offers a world of experience in the realm of the gorge spirit and its goblins. Immerse yourself in the strange and mysterious reality of the Leutasch Spirit Gorge. The gorge spirit is said to be up to mischief deep down in its roaring castle made of whirlpools and rock faces. We can admire the home of the gorge spirit from a path. The goblins and water dwarfs are said to live in the gorge, which is up to 75 m deep.
The 3000 m long Klammgeistweg runs, among other things, on an 800 m long walkway. The 1900m long Koboldpfad leads from the Mittenwald gorge kiosk over the glacier cut into the Leutascher Geisterklamm. At the end of the gorge near Mittenwald, the 200 m long waterfall path leads deep into the Leutasch Spirit Gorge and ends at the 23 m high waterfall.
The Kulturhaus Ganghofermuseum Leutasch is housed in the old village school from 1950. In the former classrooms, the life of the local poet Ludwig Ganghofer, the hunt in Leutasch and the history of the village are presented today.
A jewel in the middle of the Alps. From country life to Tyrolean city life. It only takes 15 minutes to drive from Leutasch to Innsbruck. The most popular sights here are of course the Golden Roof, the world-famous ski jump on Berg Isel and the Hungerburgbahn, designed by the architect Zaha Hadid. An a wonderful view!
The casino in Seefeld shows itself in South Tyrolean charm. The peasant baroque motif runs through the entire establishment and makes the casino something very special. Immerse yourself in the world of roulette, blackjack and poker in the center of the Seefeld pedestrian zone.
Shopping fun for young and old. For quick shopping and a relaxed day of shopping. Stroll through the cozy center of Seefeld and discover the many shopping opportunities. Here you have excellent shopping opportunities in the vicinity of Leutasch and thus everything a shopping heart desires.
Immerse yourself in the world of the giant in Wattens. With sparkling chambers of curiosities, impressive light effects and many sparkling crystals. The external appearance of the Crystal Worlds alone - the giant head of the giant that flows into the landscape - is a unique eye-catcher.
Whether an exhibition in a museum in the region, an interesting workshop or a concert in the evening: The event calendar of the Olympiaregion Seefeld offers a lot of variety, entertainment and excitement.
The Seefeld-Wildmoos golf club is, without doubt, the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ of all alpine golf courses. In existence for over fifty years and built from original plans by the well known golf course designer, Donald Harradine, the natural landscape is at the heart of its layout with outstanding views to take your breath away.
Discover the different sports facilities in the summer of WM Sport Anlagen, such as biathlon (air rifle 10,- and kk 13,- for 1,5 hours), the roller coaster (children up to 15 years free, adults 7,-) and there are soccer fields.
In the Olympiaregion Seefeld there are different routes and vary not only in difficulty, but also in length. The connections lead to all places in the Olympic region Seefeld. The advice is to think for yourself what is realistic and achievable and make a good planning. This way you can fully enjoy the chosen route along the marked network of trails!
Cooling down in the cool wet is especially fun when it's hot outside. Fancy lakes, rushing gorges, streams or adventure pools? With us you will find water places with that certain something. Whether after the tour or as a destination for a hike, bike tour or a trip with friends or family.
Right at the back of Leutasch Spirit Gorge, as soon as you enter the forest, you can feel it - a strange, mysterious sensation - for you've entered the realm of the gorge spirit, which in its kingdom of raging, churning floods, roaring waterfalls and bizarre rock formations, brings all sorts of doom. Fearless hikers accept the challenge, do you?