Golf Herz Tirol

Innsbruck, Seefeld, Mieming

This golf region in the western part of Tyrol offers seven golf courses with a total of 90 holes within a radius of 40 km, including challenging championship courses as well as golf courses suitable for beginners and even one of Austria’s very few pay-and-play facilities. What all these golf courses have in common are their spectacular views of the Tyrolean mountains. Below we will describe the individual areas in the golf region in greater detail:

The Mieminger Plateau golf region…
... is a sunny plateau with vast meadows and fields, bordering on the steep rocks of the Mieming Range to the north. The Golfpark Mieminger Plateau comprises an 18-hole championship course (par 73), a 9-hole parkland course (par 58) and a wonderful golf academy. These golf courses are among the first to open the golfing season in Tyrol in March – thanks to their sunny and sheltered location. The quiet setting of the golf courses in a huge pine tree forest, a restful halfway break at the Stöttlalm lodge and the excellent golf-related services offered by our golf hotels in Mieming, which are without a doubt among the best golf hotels in Austria, will make your golfing vacation even more relaxing.

Golfing in Innsbruck …
... offers a choice between pay and play on the 9 holes of the Olympia Golf Igls course or traditional golf on the courses of the Innsbruck-Igls GC: 9 holes in Lans and 18 holes at the Innsbruck Rinn GC. Lans is something like a golfing insider tip in the Innsbruck area. The parkland course boasts idyllic holes between fir trees, deciduous trees and fruit trees and a comfortable lounge at the modern club house. Rinn offers 18 very challenging holes on the slopes of the Glungezer mountain. This golf course is anything but flat, but the views of the Wetterstein, Karwendel and Wilder Kaiser mountain ranges are simply sublime.

The Seefeld golf region …
... comprises another two golf courses: the 9-hole Seefeld-Reith GC offers relaxed rounds of golf with great panoramic views in the heart of Seefeld. You can walk from the golf hotel to the course. Perfect for a relaxed golfing vacation!
The 18-hole Seefeld-Wildmoos GC is one of the “Leading Golf Courses of Austria” and a true golfing gem. More than 50 years ago, this very special golf facility was built in a nature recreation area at 1300 metres above sea level. The operators work hard to maintain the course in an excellent condition while protecting the unique natural landscape that surrounds it. Soon, the golf club will start selling its own forest honey!


The best golf hotels in the region Golf Herz Tirol


The most beautiful golf courses in the golf region Golf Herz Tirol

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Facts why you should choose a golf vacation in the region Golf Herz Tirol

and why the Golf Herz Tirol region is worth a golf vacation

A wonderful golfing vacation is not just about beautiful golf courses and great golf resorts. It’s the “little things” that can make all the difference. Below you will find a list of further criteria to help you make your decision. Is there anything else you require for a blissful golfing vacation?


Swimming lakes

in the Seefeld region

The Lottensee and Wildmoossee swimming lakes are natural phenomena that appear aperiodically: Sometimes they are there and provide wonderful opportunities for swimming, at other times they withdraw below the surface. It is hard to predict when they will appear and how far they will extend. Local farmers have a saying that goes “Much snow, much lake”. Once the snow melts, the water inflow increases the pressure in the subterranean karst system, which brings the water to the surface. If you are lucky enough to be there when that happens, you should definitely go for a refreshing swim and enjoy the wonderful landscape around the lakes.

The Möserer See is a more reliable natural swimming lake at 1295 metres above sea level. Its water temperature reaches 25°C in summer. Even outside the swimming season, its quiet and romantic forest location makes it a popular destination for excursions. The many benches on its shore provide great opportunities for a picnic.


A short hike from a stone circle to a wild lake

Way of the Cross

A Way of the Cross was built on a place with great energy in Seefeld, using large rocks found in the area. If you would like to learn more about their significance, you can get a meditation booklet at the parish church. On the Wildsee lake, two bathing areas invite guests to take a refreshing dip.


Fun for the whole family

Segway rides in Seefeld

Accompanied by an experienced trekking guide, you can explore mountain pastures and visit local lodges on a Segway, a self-balancing electric scooter. You can also check out the world of biathlon and try your hand at shooting a small-bore rifle on the Olympic biathlon track, instructed by a professional trainer.


Coach rides through natural landscapes

Explore the Seefeld landscape and visit local mountain lodges in a horse-drawn carriage.

You can hire coaches and drivers for any occasion, e.g. for enchanting rides in the moonlight or to support a very romantic marriage proposal. Or you can ask to be taken to one of the charming lodges in the Karwendel mountains.


Leutasch Spirit Gorge

A day of incredible adventures in the realm of the gorge spirit

Three different trails along a fast mountain brook lead to a 23-metre-high waterfall, where you can look for ghosts, goblins and gnomes. This adventure can be combined with many other activities in the region.


Explore the history of logging in Scharnitz!

Holzerhütte Museum

This museum is housed in a historic log cabin from the Gleirschtal valley in the Karwendel natural reserve and presents detailed information about the traditional life of loggers and about the development of the wood industry from the past to the present. There is a large playground in front of the museum that offers much space for exciting outdoor adventures.


Behind the scenes of the city of Innsbruck

Learn interesting and little-known facts about the sights, history and special characteristics of the city of Innsbruck! Local guides will take you on a one-hour stroll through “their” city and show you all their personal highlights.

If you prefer to be driven, you can take the “Sightseer”, a hop-on/hop-off bus, to explore Ambras Palace, the imaginative architecture of the villas from the Gründerzeit era in the Pradl and Saggen districts, the Hofgarten park and the city’s most important museums.


Imperial Palace: Maximilian I, Maria Theresia and Sisi

Marvel at the historic stately rooms of Empress Maria Theresia, inspect Sisi’s imperial apartment and enjoy the modern presentation of the permanent exhibition about Emperor Maximilian I!
Together with Vienna’s Imperial Palace and Schönbrunn Palace, the Imperial Palace in Innsbruck belongs to Austria’s most important cultural monuments.


Innsbruck’s highest sight


After you have admired the view of the Nordkette mountains from the Innsbruck-Igls GC, you can take the Nordkettenbahn cable car to reach this special observation deck at 2300 metres above sea level. From there, you will have a splendid view of Innsbruck and of Austria’s largest natural reserve, the Karwendel mountains.

At the Alpine Zoo in Innsbruck, Europe’s most highly elevated zoo at 750 metres above sea level, you can watch lynx, eagles, wolves, bears and another 2000 Alpine animals. Please note that dogs are not allowed on the premises!

The Hungerburgbahn funicular will take you from the city centre (Congress event centre) up to the Hungerburg district in just a few short minutes. From there, it is a 6-minute ride in the Seegrubenbahn cable car to the Seegrube station, where you can change to the cable car that will take you up to the Hafelekar observation deck in 4 minutes. All stations of the Nordkettenbahn are true architectural works of art. The Hungerburgbahn, for instance, was designed by Zaha Hadid.


Swarovski Kristallwelten

The Swarovski Kristallwelten is a very special themed park designed by artist André Heller for the crystal glass maker Swarovski. It consists of a garden, an art museum, a shop and a restaurant. Discover the world of crystal glass art!
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What activities are available for a golfing vacation with your children? What additional services are provided at your hotel on the golf course? What culinary delights will round off your golfing trip? And where can you bring your dog on a golfing vacation? Visit our themed subpages for answers to all these questions and matching offers.
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