A holiday in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps. Лыжи seefeld


Olympiaregion Seefeld Seefeld in Tirol Austria

A timeless classic in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps – that is the Olympiaregion Seefeld holiday paradise. The south-facing plateau at an altitude of 1,200 metres above sea level encompasses five villages – Seefeld, Leutasch, Mösern-Buchen, Reith and Scharnitz – all of which offer a huge variety of sports and recreational activities to ensure a truly memorable break amid a breathtaking mountain landscape. At the core of the region’s philosophy is its ‘Nordic Lifestyle’ concept which brings together sport and exercise, fine living and dining and exhilarating events to create an all-embracing experience for body, mind and soul.

As a member of the ‘Best the Alps’ group – an alliance of 12 world-famous tourist resorts in the European Alps – the region boasts a firmly established position based on lifestyle, culture, sport, events and a flourishing tourism industry. This year-round destination is characterised by its international clientele, high-end hotel industry and superb gastronomic offerings. For more than twenty years now, Seefeld has, along with 11 other select destinations in five Alpine countries, been acting as an ‘ambassador’ for the Alpine region and guaranteeing holidays of the very highest calibre.

An area steeped in tradition, the Olympiaregion Seefeld is characterised by rural charm, warm hospitality and a vast spectrum of sports and cultural attractions. Furthermore, the region boasts the highest concentration of spa and well-being establishments in the Alps, as well as a huge choice of accommodation, from five-star superior hotels to cosy bed & breakfasts, offering breaks to suit every taste and budget.

Visitors who take a trip here during the winter months can savour a magical, snow-covered landscape in the heart of Alps and a huge spectrum of sports and outdoor activities. The vast, 256-kilometre-long network of immaculately groomed cross-country ski tracks (skating and classic-style), along with additional quality-tested special cross-country ski tracks – seven tracks suitable for adaptive Nordic skiing, two floodlit tracks for night-time skiing and one dog-friendly trail – provide optimum conditions for Nordic sports enthusiasts. Alpine skiers are also well-catered for: sun-drenched ski slopes, state-of-the-art lift facilities and a second-to-none mountain panorama guarantee unadulterated skiing pleasure. Tobogganing, ice skating and many other fun-filled activities ensure that your winter trip is one you’ll remember for a long time to come.

What better way to spend a summer holiday in the Alps than discovering the stunningly scenic hiking, biking and climbing routes amid the spectacular natural landscape of the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Categorised according to distance and difficulty, the network of over 650 kilometres of marked routes offers something to suit every taste and ability, from families with young children to experienced mountain enthusiasts. A particular highlight, unique in the entire Alpine region, is the network of wide, flat ‘Promenade Walking Trails’ – some of which are even wheelchair accessible –which can also be used for winter hiking.

‘Discover the Olympiaregion Seefeld – the GREAT OUTDOORS is waiting for YOU!’ In keeping with this motto, the Olympiaregion Seefeld’s new summer season programme offers a multi-faceted wealth of holiday experiences, including a huge variety of themed walks and hikes. With such tours as ‘Experience nature with all your senses’, ‘Meditative hike’, ‘Nature watch in the Karwendel Gorge’ and ‘Surprise trekking tour’ on the agenda, a fascinating and enjoyable break amid pristine nature is guaranteed.

A new highlight in the region is offered by three themed walking trails that invite everyone – from young to old – to explore the region’s idyllic natural beauty. The three trails come together to form a star shape at the summit viewpoint on the Brunschkopf mountain. Starting points of the themed tracks are the villages of Seefeld, Leutasch and Mösern. Picturesque walking routes also lead to the region’s secluded natural bathing lakes. The Möserer See lake, one of Tyrol’s warmest lakes, and the Lottensee and Wildmoossee lakes are perfect for a refreshing dip, or for simply relaxing and lazing.

If you fancy a spot of swimming and ‘steaming’ during your holiday, then you need look no further than the two leisure pool complexes in Seefeld and Leutasch. Covering an area of over 630 square metres, the indoor pool area in Seefeld’s Sport and Congress Centre is light and welcoming and offers numerous attractions, a heated outdoor pool and a spacious sauna oasis. The ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad leisure pool complex in Leutasch offers a stunning ambience, as well as numerous well-being amenities including various different saunas.

Seefeld has played host to the Olympic Nordic disciplines no fewer than three times – in 1964, 1976 and 2012. It was the venue of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in 1985, and organises the Nordic World Cup on an annual basis. Following the success of 1985, the Olympiaregion Seefeld has been selected as the venue for the Nordic World Ski Championships in 2019, and the region is incredibly proud to be able to host the prestigious Nordic sporting event once more.

 

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Seefeld - Austrian Ski Resort

Who is Seefeld good for?

Ratings for SeefeldExpert SkiersIntermediate SkiersBeginnersSnowboardingSnowApres-Ski
Seefeld Ski Area
Piste and Lift Stats for SeefeldBlack PistesExpert TrailsRed PistesIntermediate RunsBlue PistesEasy TrailsPistesNumber of runsDownhillTotal LengthCross CountryTotal LengthSki LiftsNumber of Lifts
 1 
 8 
1033km21 miles
19
27km17 miles
262km163 miles
23
Olympia Region Seefeld Ski Area
Piste and Lift Stats for Olympia Region SeefeldBlack PistesExpert TrailsRed PistesIntermediate RunsBlue PistesEasy TrailsPistesNumber of runsDownhillTotal LengthSki LiftsNumber of Lifts
 1 
 8 
10
19
27km17 miles
23
Seefeld Ski Area Height
Max Vertical and Resort Altitude for SeefeldMax VerticalHighest LiftLowest PisteResort Altitude (Seefeld)
900m2,953ft
2,100m6,890ft
1,200m3,937ft
1,200m3,937ft

°F / in / ft / miles°C / cm / m / km

Seefeld

The Austrian Ski Resort of Seefeld is part of the Olympia Region Seefeld ski area with access to 27km17 miles of downhill skiing, with 19 individual pistes, served by 23 ski lifts. In addition to the skiing in Seefeld itself (27km17 miles of pisted ski runs), the appropriate ski Lift Pass will allow you to ski or snowboard in the other Olympia Region Seefeld ski resort of Mösern.

With ski lifts as high as 2,100m6,890ft, snow cover is generally reliable.

There are four Airports within two hours drive, so ski weekends, snowboard breaks and short ski holidays to Seefeld are perfectly feasible. Salzburg Airport is just one hours drive away, in good driving conditions, so you can be on the piste quickly.

Skiing in Seefeld

The downhill skiing in the Seefeld Olympia Region is concentrated in Seefeld in two sections - the smaller Gschwandtkopf mountain (south-west of Seefeld) and the larger Rosshütte/Härmelekopf mountain (to the north-east). Gschwandtkopf is a gently rounded hill with wooded slopes and beginners tend to progress on to it from the nursery area on the Geigenbühel hill in the centre of the village. Most of the runs are blue and two of the resort's six chairlifts are here.

The Rosshütte, reached by a funicular railway, offers Seefeld's serious skiing. There are often moguls on the red trail at the top of the Seefelder Joch that would be black in many resorts and there are several notable off-piste trails on the Härmelekopf which can be undertaken with a guide. The area pass covers many exciting runs and should be adequate to satisfy even the most demanding skiers.

For lunchtime, skiers and boarders will find the Rosshütte restaurant serving Tyrolean delicacies and international specialities. Other choices are the Ski-Alm, situated at the base terminal and the best place for après-ski, the Skistadl with 'Murmelebau', or the most recent addition, the Hocheggalm.

Two Olympic Games and Nordic Ski World Championships made the Olympiaregion Seefeld well-known all over the world. There are around 265 km (159 miles) of trails in the area.

Snowboarding in Seefeld

Seefeld's Crazy Hole terrain park on the Rosshutte is located between 1580 and 1650m and stretches over about 360m. Boarders and free skiers have a dozen different elements to enjoy including a three jump combination with jumps from four to eight metres, along with two quarter pipes, double waves, rails and three super size steep turns. Elsewhere the wide open trails are particularly well suited to beginner and intermediate levels of 'boarder ability.

Although there's a new gondola, a cable car and a funicular in order to access the highest runs on the Rosshütte, most of the other lifts are T Bars, so it's usually best to go from bottom to top on these lifts then ride all the way down unless you've mastered the ultimate skill of riding a T Bar with a 'board.

Seefeld Aprés Ski

Seefeld has about a dozen dedicated bars, in addition to hotel and restaurant facilities. There are a further three discotheques. The resort has a reputation for its lively, cosmopolitan and imaginative options as the different venues compete to offer the most original attractions. Many bars are open to 2 or 4am. Among the more unique choices is The Siglu, a glass igloo belonging to the five star Hotel Klosterbräu . You may just run in to prominent people from the world of sports, politics and film coming from all over the world.

Buffalo, open to 4am, is an authentic Western saloon with hot meals (Tex/Mex). Here you can obtain a beer with a coin, a gold mine; there is also a boat containing a second bar. Various figures are posed around the bar including a wooden life-sized Indian and there is live country-music every Thursday. The Britannia is a typical English pub and meeting place for people of all ages, open up to 1am: billiards, pinball and darts are on offer. Other popular bars include Fledermaus and Wildfang.

For the more traditional Tyrolean style, Beisl is a cosy pub also owned by the Hotel Klosterbräu and located on the ground and first floors. It is furnished in the rustic style using the interior of a century-old Tirolean farmer's home which was transported to the building. The Sportpub contains a wine bar in the sports area where you will also find a fitness room, an indoor swimming pool, an indoor tennis court and golf course, table-tennis, bowling lanes, billiards, darts, table football and pinball.

Discothèques include the Full Moon - the latest attraction of the Hotel Klosterbräu. Special events staged here include the disco queen contest, Karaoke evenings, rave nights and more. The new Jeep discotheque which pumps out mainly techno-sound is named after an old jeep, which stands inside the disco! There are also 4 car-racing video games.

Other evening choices include the cinema, a sleigh ride, toboganning or tubing. The Casino Seefeld gives you the option to play a game of Baccara, Poker, Stud Poker, Wheel of Fortune, Seven Eleven, American Roulette, French Roulette, Black Jack, Sic Bo and many more. Open from 3am to 3pm, tournaments and special events are sometimes organised, for example Ladies' Night, Mens' Night, wine tasting and exhibitions.

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Seefeld in Tirol - Holidays in the World Championship venue

The year-round resort of Seefeld combines rural tradition with urban lifestyle in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps at an altitude of 1,200 metres above sea level. Nestled amid a breathtaking mountain landscape on a sunny high plateau, the idyllic resort offers a vast variety of sports and recreational opportunities ensuring an unforgettable holiday for the whole family. The perfect holiday destination for guests of all ages, Seefeld offers down-to-earth charm combined with understated elegance and sophisticated international flair.

As a member of the elite ‘Best of the Alps’ group – an alliance of 12 world-famous tourist resorts in the European Alps – Seefeld is an Alpine holiday destination with a firmly established position, boasting lifestyle, culture, sport, top events and a flourishing tourism industry. Its long tradition as a holiday resort is characterised by an international clientele, a high-end hotel portfolio, superb gastronomic offerings and an excellent infrastructure. For more than 20 years now, Seefeld has, along with 11 other select destinations in five Alpine countries, been acting as an ‘ambassador’ for the Alpine region.

Whether in summer or winter, Seefeld is an excellent choice for your holiday. Sports lovers and families can enjoy a memorable break amid an exclusive ambience. Nordic sport enthusiasts, amateurs and pros alike, can enjoy the vast network of award-winning cross-country ski tracks (skating and classic-style) and special Nordic ski trails. Excellent downhill skiing is also available thanks to Seefeld’s two superb ski areas – Rosshütte and Gschwandtkopf – and nursery slopes are located in the village centre. Furthermore, countless kilometres of winter hiking trails, numerous ice-skating rinks and ponds, natural toboggan runs and lots, lots more besides ensure a truly unforgettable holiday.

During the summer months Seefeld boasts fantastic hiking, biking and climbing routes of all lengths and levels of difficulty, as well as an 18-hole championship golf course with immaculate fairways and greens, and a 9-hole course enabling golf enthusiasts to pursue their passion against a spectacular mountain backdrop. New highlights in the region include three new themed hiking trails and barrier-free promenade walking trails – the first of their kind in the Alps. The mountain lift facilities are open during the summer season too and offer swift, easy access to the breathtaking hiking areas. If you need some cooling refreshment during your holiday, then you need look no further than the ‘Strandperle’ outdoor pool, the ‘Sonja’ lakeside bathing area and the leisure pool in the Olympia Sport and Congress Centre, complete with water slides and various saunas. A summer break in Seefeld leaves no wish unfulfilled!

Seefeld boasts a year-round programme of sports and entertainment events. From the legendary Winter Party with the Austrian music superstar Andreas Gabalier and the Mountain Crystal Magic event, to the Festival of Traditional Tyrolean Handcrafts and countless high-calibre sports meets and competitions, Seefeld offers a second-to-none venue for events of all kinds.

Seefeld is home to Tyrol’s oldest pedestrian zone. Situated in this lively meeting place are a charming, alpine-style casino, numerous shops including a fine selection of boutiques and speciality retailers, and a vast array of tempting gastronomic options.

Seefeld has played host to the Olympic Nordic disciplines no fewer than three times - in 1964, 1976 and 2012. It was the venue of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in 1985, and organises the Nordic World Cup on an annual basis. Following the success of 1985, the Olympiaregion Seefeld has been selected as the venue for the Nordic World Ski Championships in 2019, and the region is incredibly proud to be able to host the prestigious Nordic sporting event once more.

 

www.seefeld.com

Seefeld Skiing | Seefeld Austria

For a gentle introduction to skiing, Seefeld's superb ski school and slopes are highly recommended. Lessons begin on the Geigenbühel beginners' area - perfect for mastering those snowplough turns - before heading further afield to slightly steeper runs to practise your newly-found skills.

The Gschwandtkopf is close to the village centre and caters mostly for lower intermediates. From the other end of the village, a mountain railway allows you to travel in comfort up to the Rosshütte, offering more challenging pistes for intermediates.

While adventurous experts may find the area limiting, there are one or two runs on the Rosshütte which should not be taken lightly. The upper slopes of the Seefelder Joch are often heavily mogulled and the off-piste on the far side of the Härmelekopf is excellent, but should only be tackled with a guide due to a number of inconspicuous cliffs.

Seefeld has some of the best cross-country skiing in the Alps, with terrain suitable for every level. The trails, suitable for both classic and skating styles, were originally designed for the 1976 Winter Olympics and have been used ever since by recreational and professional alike. The course, that runs past frozen lakes, through forests and high, open plateaux, is groomed daily and includes tracks for adaptive Nordic skiing, floodlit trails and dog-friendly routes. The trails aren't free to use, but can be accessed for a small charge.

Prices given below for lift passes, equipment hire, ski school and packages are for information purposes only and may fluctuate during the season. Current prices can be found by proceeding with your booking.

6 days Adult Child (6-15)
Area - Happy Ski Card £212 £128
Your lift pass age band will be confirmed at time of booking.Reduced prices for children under 5 years and youths aged 16-18 years.

Lift pass coverage: Olympia Region Seefeld • Rosshütte• Gschwandtkopf• Geigenbühel

Deposit required for liftpass: €2Photo required for lift pass: No

Please note: Your lift pass deposit is now included in the total price you pay for it. You can still get this deposit back by dropping the pass off at a ticket office in resort. Alternatively, hand it to your Rep and we’ll give the money to Disability Snowsports UK.

6 days Adult Child (7-14 years)
Standard skis £84 £57
Intermediate skis £104 -
Advanced skis £127 -
Ski boots £32 £26
Intermediate/Advanced ski boots £42 -
Snowboard £104 £67
Snowboard boots £42 £29
Cross-country skis and boots* £64 £44
Helmet £19 £12
Skis, boots & helmet - £95
Snowboard, boots & helmet - £109
Please note*Cross-country skis and boots are not available to book online - please call or email to add these to your booking.

Reduced prices for children under 7 years.

6 days Adult
Area pass + Standard skis £267
Area pass + Snowboard £285
Area pass + Intermediate skis £285
Area pass + Ski carriage £227
Please note: lift pass bundles do not include boots

All prices are subject to availablity and change, accurate prices will be shown when you select a package and continue to the extras page in the booking process.

Days Adult Child (4-14*)
Ski tuition (4 hours) 6 £214 £191
Board tuition (4 hours) 5 £182 £182
Cross-country tuition (2 hours) 3 £90 £90
Other lesson duration days available

Usual hours of instructionSki: 10am-12noon and 2-4pmBoard: 10am-12noon and 2-4pm Cross-country: Days and times will be confirmed when you arrive in resort.

Please note: No instruction on New Year's Day. *Child must be 8-14 years board and 7-14 cross-country.

Spring skiing: For departures from 19 Mar we recommend booking ski school in resort. Please note that from mid-March lesson times are reduced and will only run from 9:30am-1pm.

Adult Child (7-14*)
First time ski £417 £342
First time board £415 £346
Reduced prices for youths aged 15-18 years. *Children must be 8 years old to snowboard.

For complete beginners only and includes:• 4 day area lift pass• 6 day equipment hire• 6 day ski tuition - 4 hours per day• or 5 day board tuition - 2 hours per day• helmet for children

Please note: We cannot guarantee that adult board or child ski/board lessons will begin the Sunday after your arrival. In most cases, they will begin on the Monday.

Beginners might want to buy a Points Card to use before their 4-day lift pass is activated. The price of the card depends on how many points you want. Each lift has a different points value (e.g. Seefelder Jochbahn costs 5 points), and the points are debited from your card as you get on the lift. Points cards are available to buy in resort and are valid for several days.

Adult Child (7-14*)
Improver ski £457 £332
Improver board £450 £341
Includes:• 6 day area lift pass• 6 day equipment hire• 3 day ski tuition - 4 hours per day• or 3 day board tuition - 2 hours per day• helmet for children

Reduced prices for youths aged 15-18 years. *Children must be 8 years old to snowboard.

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