As you see it looks nice in all seasons, with or without the clouds covering the valley of the river Inn.
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In Telfs the valley of the river Inn is wider than anywhere else in Tirol. And at both sides of the dominating mountain Hohe Munde are two Plateaus accomanying the valley above and below Telfs. Below (East) from Telfs it is the Saddle of Seefeld, a wide area between the mountain groups of the Wetterstein and Mieming range and the Karwendel. This is the area in which the Northic Skiing competitions of two Winter Olympics took place (1964 and 1976). West from Telfs the valley of the Inn is accompanied by a wide plateau which is between 1000 and 1200 m high. There are some villages (Mieming, Wildermieming, Barwies and Obsteig) and famous larch forests. And at the northern edge a savage but easy to reach area behind which you see the impressive central part of the Mieming mountain range with mountains like the Hochplattig and Griesspitze which are only seldom climbed.
Afew km further west there are nice hikes as for example up to the Lehnberghütte. From there you reach in short walks places with really spectacular views.
Being in Telfs a must is to walk (or drive, the routes are separated) through pine forests up to the Gasthaus Strassberg (all the year round, in winter often excellent tobogganing down from Strassberg). A few minutes from Strassberg you have to leave your car anyway. Strassberg is a small but on weekends very popular Gasthaus in scenic surroundings from where you can continue up to "Neue Alplhütte", a fine place to have beers and snacks in a great scenery which really gets magnificent when you walk just a few minutes around. A bit longer is an other option for the return via the "Hintereggen" back to Strassberg.
One of the most famous panoramic views in the area is the one from Mösern (a part of Telfs) to the West down to the valley of the river Inn. The famous painter A. Dürer used it as the backkground of a self-portrait which is today in the Prado in Madrid. Here a picture of it with the valley under the clouds the day before Christmas eve 2002.
The panorama Dürer painted can now seen as it is today with fine sophisticated technology. VT member j.laichner created fantastic digital panoramas in which you can move around withyour mouse. Just try it. Visit his website given below.
This is for somewhat more advanced mountain hikers. It can be reached either from Strassberg (short before the top you have here even to use the help of your hands, there are also some cables to help you to climb over the most difficult parts). The other way is from Buchen or Leutasch via Rauthuette, from here it is just a long and steep walk without use of the hands. Important: there is no water all the way after Strassberg or the Rauthuette.