released 15.02.2021

Precious moments to inspire and innovate

Make the most of Mother Nature’s gifts

 

You’ve walked upon the snow-covered slopes in winter, but have you ever wondered what it looks like when the snow melts?

 

What to do in Seefeld in summer? Spend precious moments discovering this spectacular Olympic region from its sunny side. Stroll along meandering alpine streams and flowering pastures, dip into a secluded bathing lake, or visit one of the five villages in this area at 1,200m. Summer is the perfect time to explore a vast network of 650km of well-marked walking, hiking, and climbing routes of varying levels of difficulty. For people with walking difficulties and families, the Promenade Walks offer unique barrier-free trails to enjoy the stunning scenery. Several themed trails lead through Karwendel Nature Park, the protected Wildmoos nature reserve, or to the 60 mountain huts for idyllic stops along the way. A set of three themed trails forming a star at the summit of the Brunschkopf mountain is an absolute highlight, and wherever you go, a wide range of accommodations, spa facilities, and leisure activities are on offer.

Hot news and top offers with Feel Free cancellation conditions

Your safe time out
3G - rule (tested, vaccinated, recovered) remains in place

 

NEW - Definitely try it out!
Our year-round culinary hotspot "the Klosterhof" with openable glass roof, pizza oven and much more is now open for you. Enjoy your breakfast and dinner in Mediterranean flair!

 

Coming sooon: 
Soon we will also be fulfilling our dream of having our own farm "Sigi's pigsty" and a mini petting zoo. 

 

For your spontaneous getaway
you're sure to find a room to suit your taste in our remnant exchange. Click here to go directly to the enquiry.

 

PSSSST!!  It pays to be quick: 
Secure your dream room and still remain flexible with the extended 48 h Feel-Free booking conditions.

 

We look forward to seeing you!

 

See you soon, 
Agnes, Alois Seyrling & Seyrling family
& the entire Younique ® team

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