There are loads of great walking and hiking routes to tackle in the Alpenpark Karwendel, which – at 727km2 – is the largest nature park in Austria. Protecting birds and animals and helping them flourish is the main priority – just look at their recent work breeding sandpipers.
If you’re feeling a little daunted by all the different hiking routes then grab a nature guide who’ll take you around some walks, pointing out the interesting flora and fauna as you go. If you’ve got a head for heights there’s loads of great climbing to test yourself on as well.
Verein Alpenpark Karwendel Lendgasse 10a A-6060 Hall in Tirol Austria
The flat valleys of the Tirol are perfect conditions for a round of Golf; head to Golfclub Seefeld Reith’s 9-hole course to get into the swing of things. You can double the holes to make an 18-hole round for just a bit more of a Green fee. There’s a driving range too and a golf school operates at the course for those who are looking to develop rather than play a game. There are plenty of tournaments too, if competitive golf is more your thing.
Reitherspitzstraße 138 6100 Seefeld in Tirol Austria
This full sized 18 hole course is one of the leading golf ranges in Austria! The fairways have been integrated with the attractive alpine meadows and birch tree forests. Experts rank this course highly, and experienced golfers will revel in the professional design and gorgeous scenery.
Postfach 22, 6100 Seefeld Austria
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Around half an hour’s drive from Seefeld you’ll find Area 47, a multiplex of outdoor activities that’ll keep anyone entertained. The dizzyingly high zipwire and rope-park spider above the water balloons and slides; there’s a dry ski-jump over the water so you can practice your tricks in the sun. Or channel your inner-Tarzan on the mega-swing.
There’s a downhill MTB school and trips to freeride parks nearby as well as a climbing area. Area 47 offer loads of opportunities for Rafting, all over the Tirol valley; the Imst gorge is relatively relaxed while the Sanna River is pretty terrifying. The organisers put on loads of great music and sports events in the event-halls as well, so if you’re knackered from an active day there’s still plenty to keep you entertained.
Ötztaler Achstraße 1 6430 Ötztal-Bahnhof Austria
Tennis Club Seefeld has great facilities, there are lockers and showers as well as a club house with a public restaurant and a children’s play area. As well as the 6 sand courts there’s a training wall to hone your skills at. Training lessons are also an option, so you can keep on top of your game while you’re on holiday.
TC Seefeld, Mösererstr. 561, A 6100 Seefeld Austria
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