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ATTENTION - INFORMATION for SUMMER 2018!

  • On April 2018 the construction work for the new Seefelder Jochbahn begins, so the cable car is out of service  from April 1st until Dec. 23rd!
  • In the summer of 2018 there will unfortunately be no cable car to the Seefeld Joch, train rides are only possible with the funicular train and the Härmelekopf cable car.
  • Due to the extensive construction work, the noise and pollution problems associated at the Rosshütte are unfortunately unavoidable.
  • The following descriptions of the hikes and cable car rides (Seefelder Joch) are only partially usable!

We ask for your understanding!

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There are countless hiking trails in Olympiaregion Seefeld – but only a few wonderful hikes combined with an unforgettable lift ride and a magnificent view!

A lot of different hiking trails will await you, three of the main hikes in connection with train rides we can introduce to you:
 

Tour A – panoramic hike to the Seefelder Spitze (2,220 m)

  • Take the funicular railway and the Seefelder Jochbahn to the Seefelder Joch (2,064). Then follow the “Panorama-Höhenweg” trail to the Seefelder Spitze (2,220 m) and back. Walking time approx 2 hours (easy to moderate difficulty). (Lift pass no. 2)
     

Tour B - the "Königstour” (King’s Tour)

  • The entire Höhenweg A + B + C from one top lift station to another.
  • Take the funicular railway and the Seefelder Jochbahn to the Seefelder Joch (2,064 m). From here the route takes you to the Nördlinger Hütte (2,230 m) via the Seefelder Spitze (2,220 m) and the Reither Spitze (2,373 m).
    Walking time approx 3 hours – hikers must be surefooted and have good hiking shoes (difficult, partially exposed, ladder).
  • Finally, the route leads to the top station of the Härmelekopfbahn (2,048 m) – take the gondola back to Rosshütte and from there take the funicular railway back down into the valley. (Lift pass no. 2)
     

Tour C – Höhenweg trail to the Nördlinger Hütte (2,230 m)

  • Take the funicular railway and the Härmelekopfbahn to Härmelekopf (2,045 m). From here the beautiful Höhenweg trail leads to the Nördlinger Hütte (2,230 m) and back. Walking time approx 2 ½ hours (moderate difficulty).

The Nördlinger Hütte is owned by the German Alpine Club (Nördlingen section) and is located on the south ridge of the Reither Spitze, 150 m below the summit at an altitude that provides tremendous views. At 2,230 m, it is the highest mountain hut in the Karwendel and boasts unparalleled views of the Mieminger, Wetterstein, Ötztaler, Stubaier and Zillertaler mountains.
The hut is the starting point for climbing the Seefelder Spitze, Reither Spitze and Freiungsspitzen, as well as for a multi-day hut hike on Karwendel-Höhenweg (https://karwendel-hoehenweg.at)

Nördlinger Hütte: Website...[more]

ATTENTION
Please remember that you are in high alpine terrain!

ALPINE EMERGENCY mountain rescue
You can contact the mountain rescue services in Tyrol on telephone number "140". In addition you can ask for help at any occupied lift station.

DISCLAIMER
Act responsibly! Bergbahnen Rosshütte Seefeld-Tirol-Reith AG accepts no responsibility or liability for any damages or accidents!

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  • Test function to test the functioning of the data transmission and the telephone connection without a false alarm
     

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