Fancy a skiing holiday in Austria? The Seefeld ski area in Tyrol offers 48 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes with snow-sure runs for beginners, advanced skiers and pros. The Seefeld region scores with slopes of all levels of difficulty. Families will find safe slopes in the Gschwandtkopf ski area. More advanced skiers and snowboarders can descend from the mountain to the valley in the Rosshütte ski area. And professionals will find the right thrill on the downhill run over the Reither Kar.
Your versatile skiing area in Austria
On the way on the slopes of the Seefeld region in Tyrol: 32 cable cars and lifts take you comfortably up to 2,100 metres. From Seefeld you can quickly reach the ski areas Rosshütte, Gschwandtkopf, Birkenlift and Geigenbühel, Hinterfeld Mösern, Brandlift as well as Neuleutasch. The extensive Gschwandtkopf ski area is also perfect for a family holiday in the snow. Ten ski lifts – including five T-bar lifts and two chair lifts as well as a baby lift take you to easy to intermediate slopes with a total length of twelve kilometres. In the Rosshütte ski area, more experienced skiers will get their money’s worth on a total of 20 kilometres to the valley station, with a fantastic view of Seefeld’s most beautiful sunny slopes.
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We are sure you will find the right slopes for your skiing style and experience! If you are looking for a challenge and thrill, the Reither Kar with a total length of five kilometres is the right place for you. You cover 870 metres in altitude on this rather short stretch. So only particularly experienced skiers should venture onto the black slope here.
Night skiing at the Rosshütte and the Kreithlift
Skiing on floodlit slopes is a very special night-time experience. In the Rosshütte ski area and at the Kreithlift in Leutschach you ski down brightly lit pistes in twilight and at night. Incidentally, the night ski runs at Rosshütte always have their ski opening in mid-December.
Skiing holidays with children – fun, games & sports
Your children can learn to ski from the age of three. The children’s ski schools in Seefeld ensure that they have the right swing in the curves and the right speed on the downhill runs. In small groups they practise new techniques, motivate each other and even make new friends.
In three adventure parks with a total size of 10,000 m2, pedagogically trained ski instructors take care of children from three years old to teenagers. The youngest have their lessons together with specially trained children’s ski instructors at Gschwandtkopf and Geigenbühel. Older and more advanced children practice on the wide beginner slopes.
At lunchtime, the children play together and watch films in the children’s cinema, before hitting the slopes again in the afternoon. The highlight of the ski course is the “Zwergerlrennen” (dwarf race) followed by a prize-giving ceremony.
Snowboarding in Austria- Gschwandtkopf lifts
Snowboarding in Seefeld means variety and lots of adventure! You can practise your swing on the extensive pistes at Gschwandtkopf. At Härmelekopf and Seefelder Joch, wonderful deep-snow descents await experienced snowboarders and free skiers.
Snowboard freaks will find action and thrills in the “Crazy Hole” fun park on the Rosshütte. Twelve varied obstacles provide one or the other adrenaline rush. The Camel Twins jump, two quarter pipes, three supersize steep curves and many double waves and rails are not for cowards. Real experts even jump up to eight metres on the three-jump combination.
Early booking or last minute skiing holiday?
In winter, Tyrol’s ski resorts are known to be a sought-after place. In one of our eight Kaltschmid hotels in Seefeld there is almost always a cosy room for every one of our valued guests, but you are on the safe side if you book your ski holiday in good time.
We look forward to helping you choose the right holiday arrangement.