Seefeld ski resort offers 48 km of perfectly groomed slopes with safe pistes for beginners, advanced and professionals. In the ski area Gschwandtkopf families with children can find safe slopes. A more rapid descend for advanced skiers and snowboarders can be found in the ski area Rosshütte. Professional skiers will find the right thrill on the descent at the Reither Kar.
Skiing on the slopes of the Olympic region in Seefeld, Tyrol
There are 32 quick and comfortable cable cars and ski lifts taking you on up to 2,100 meters. The extensive ski area Gschwandtkopf in Austria is perfect for a family holiday in the snow. Ten ski lifts and one baby lift will bring you to easy and medium descents with a total length of twelve kilometers.
The Rosshütte ski area has perfect runs for professional skiers on a total of 20 km. Enjoy a beautiful view on the most beautiful sunny slopes of Seefeld.
Anyone looking for a challenge and thrill needs to go to Reither Kar with a total length of five kilometers. You will cover 870 vertical meters on this rather short run. Only experienced skiers should try this black run.
Skiing on illuminated slopes
A special experience when it gets dark in the evening. The Rosshütte ski area and the Kreithlift in Leutschach offer brightly lit pistes in the twilight and at night.
Skiing for children – playing, fun and sports
At the age of three, children can already learn to ski. The children’s ski schools in Seefeld ensure the right moves in curves and the right pace on the descents. In small groups the children practice new techniques, motivate each other and can find new friends.
Ski instructors with pedagogical education will take care of children from three years to teenagers on an area of 10,000 square meters. The youngest will have their classes together with experienced children’s ski instructors on Gschwandtkopf and Geigenbühel. Older and more experienced children practice on the wider beginners pistes.
At noon the kids can play together and watch movies in the children’s cinema, before they go on the ski run in the afternoon again. The highlight is the Zwergerlrennen (a skiing competition for children) with the following award ceremony.
Snowboarding in Seefeld – Gschwandtkopf lifts
Snowboarding in Seefeld means variety and a lot of adventure! You can practice your swing on the vast slopes of Gschwandtkopf. On Härmelekopf and Seefelder Joch splendid deep-snow slopes are waiting for experienced snowboarders and free skiers.
Snowboarding freaks will find action and thrill at Funpack Crazy Hole on Rosshütte. Twelve obstacles will for sure cause some adrenaline rushes. The camel-twins-hill, two quarter pipes, three supersize steep curves as well as many double shafts and rails are not for beginners. True experts on the three jump combination can reach jump lengths of up to eight meters.
Cross-country skiing in Olympiaregion Seefeld, Tyrol – perfectly groomed ski runs
For beginners, advanced and professionals, from easy to difficult, for classical or skating: the cross-country ski trails in and around Seefeld have a total of 266 kilometers. Perfect conditions at 1,180 to 1,550 m.
Friends of classical style can look forward to 154 kilometers of cross-country runs. Freestylers will fully enjoy skating routes with a total of 112 kilometers. In all levels of difficulty you can glide over the sparkling snow. A special highlight is the three kilometers long night trail between Seefeld and Mösern. Floodlights allow you to ski through the snow-covered night landscape.
You can take your dog to the special 1.5 kilometers long dog trail in Leutschach – for both skating and classic cross-country skiers.