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The Karwendel Höhenweg: Long-distance hiking amongst giants

This summer sees the addition of a really special hiking attraction in the Karwendel mountains: the Karwendel Höhenweg (the Karwendel High Route). Six days of hut-to-hut walking in the Karwendel mountains offer unique vistas of the impressive peaks, experiences of real mountain hut atmosphere and ...
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Electric Experience: E-Biking

E-bikes really have moved into the fast lane. They help increase the accessibility of cycling and bring people closer to nature. In and around Seefeld there is a great future for it. An article about the electrifying experience that is e-biking – with the apt ...
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The Krapfen King: Schlutzkrapfen

He loves to eat them himself. When a cook is inspired to potter around for that reason, little can go wrong. Patrick Trois, chef at the Dorfkrug in Mösern, makes people’s taste buds dance with joy with his Schlutzkrapfen. Naturally, it’s a Tyrolean dance… Watching ...
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The pull of a winter idyll

Life is a little bit richer after this hike through the winter idyll of the Seefeld plateau. There’s crunching beneath the soles. A cold crunching, as funny as that may sound initially. Only when the temperatures are low enough, do our steps in the snow ...
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When skis learned how to walk

The first ski hikers traversing the Seefeld plateau were considered a curiosity, as well as a little crazy. Today, it’s almost impossible to think of Seefeld without cross-country skiers. It’s hard to imagine a picture of the snow-covered Seefeld plateau without cross-country skiers. In the ...

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