Welcome to
SEEFELD

A haven for cross-country skiers: Situated on a sunny plateau high above Innsbruck, the village of Seefeld is without a doubt one of, if not the, leading cross-country skiing centre in the world.

Welcome to  Seefeld
Seefeld is an Alpine town in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It lies on a plateau ringed by the Wetterstein and Karwendel ranges and is known for its cross-country skiing. The 1600s Seekirchl is a small baroque church with an onion dome. Frescoes in the Gothic St. Oswald church recount a miracle that reputedly occurred within. From there, a path leads to a hilltop circle of 12 massive stones representing the apostles

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Destination Info

Seefeld is a holiday paradise in the middle of the Tyrolean Alps which enchants all its visitors and it’s located in the impressive natural surroundings between the Wetterstein and Karwendel mountain ranges . It features the villages of Seefeld, Leutasch, Mösern-Buchen, Reith and Scharnitz and offers authentic tradition and a real Tyrolean welcome that can be felt in each interaction.

Here ,more than anywhere else ,guests experience the fine way of life in the Alps. Member of the exclusive Best of the Alps resorts , with wide choice of all hotels ranges , offers the best solution for every wish.

The region is renowned for its sporting history as Winter Olympics of 1964 and 1976 took part here , as well as the Winter Youth Olympics in 2012 and the World Cup Nordic Combined Triple since 2014.

Skiers and snowboarders treasure the options on the plateau, where the areas are well connected and slopes are available only a few minutes ‘walk from the village’s pedestrian area.

Families will enjoy many ice skating and curling rinks , as well as natural toboggan runs and winter trails for jogging.

Everyone can experience their personal winter dream holiday in Seefeld before meeting up at the latest at the end of the day over a meal in one of the many mountain huts.

Apres Ski

Seefeld is far from the party capital of the mountains, but with plenty of sophisticated restaurants and bars, there’s enough to keep you entertained when the lifts close. And there’s even a casino, if that’s your type of thing.

 

At Bräukeller & Grill, you will experience a cozy atmosphere thanks to its vaulted stone ceilings and location in the cellar. Taste great steaks, burgers and tapas-style dishes – plus home-brewed beer to wash it down.

Pizza lovers should try Sailer’s with it’s traditional Austrian and Italian food and with a huge range of flavors and toppings.

Ritter Oswald Stube , a former monastery , is a place to go for a blowout meal with stunning menu and countless fine wines from its ancient cellar.

For impressive & alternative cuisine , from South Afrika to Japan and to 18-hour slow cooked pulled pork burgers , visit Woods Kitchen & Bar.

Numerous bars depending on your style from rock ‘n’ room nights at Fledermaus Bar , Braukeller buzzing bar with live folk music to Buffalo Bar with aa eclectic mix of music – Thursday is country music night.

SKI MAP

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SKI INFO

Seefeld Ski Terrain – Beginners

A stone throw from the centre of Seefeld village are the nursery slopes where novices can practice their turns before quickly progressing on to the gentle blues.

Seefeld Ski Terrain – Intermediates

For intermediates, the three ski areas will keep you fully occupied for a weeks ski holiday with plenty of blues and reds.

Seefeld Ski Terrain – Experts

Not the best place to find the most challenging terrain and there is limited off-piste although there is a really good area above the Harmelekopf vable car.

Seefeld - Snowboarders

There is 1 snow park at the Gschwandtkopf ski area.

RESORT INFO

KEY FACTS

Elevation between 964-2,064m / Resort height: 1207 mm.

■ Total lifts – 33 ( 1 Funicular , 2 Cable cars , 5 Chairlifts , 18  Drag lifts , 7 Magic carpets)

■ 22km easy  

■ 14km intermediate

■ 01km difficult

■ 245km cross country trails

 

Day Pass for Seefeld, Winter 2024-2025 Season
(Valid in the ski areas Rosshütte Seefeld, Happy Gschwandtkopf lifts, Geigenbühellift, and Birkenlift)

■ Adults: €49

■ Children (up to 15 years): €35

■ Youth (16 to 18 years): €42

Nearest airports

■ Innsbruck 25km/30m. ~ by car    

■ Munich 163 km / 2h ~ by car                                         

 

Towns worth visiting 

■ Innsbruck 25km/30m. ~ by car

■ Kitzbuhel 114km/1.30 ~ by car 

■ Bergisel Ski Jump in Innsbruck

■ Swarovski Crystal Worlds

■ Innsbruck Alpine Zoo

■ Historic Old Town of Innsbruck

■ Skiing – Snowboarding – Night skiing

■ Cross country

■ Snowshoeing

■ Snowmobile

■ Curling

■ Ice skating

■ Wellness