Seefeld (1100m - 2064m)

Tyrol | Austria
Height 1,100 - 2,064 m

Skiing in the Olympic region Seefeld in Tyrol - despite a long tradition still a secret tip with many highlights. The Seefeld ski region consists of a total of 7 ski areas, the most important of which are the Seefeld-Gschwandtkopf ski area and the Seefeld-Rosshütte ski area. Together, the two ski resorts offer approx. 23 km of pistes with 20 lifts. The Rosshütte ski area also offers snowboarders a small fun park with boxes, a freestyle landing pad (large air cushion for jumps) and a quarter pipe. The Seefelder Joch as the highest point of the ski area is situated at 2,064 m, from here you can enjoy fantastic views of the Karwendel and Wetterstein massifs.
Extensive skiing fun for experienced skiers with excellently groomed slopes, but also for families with small children; here you will find the right slope for everyone. The two ski areas are connected by a free ski bus shuttle, which runs at short intervals from Seefeld. From Leutasch to Seefeld it is about 10 km, there are enough parking spaces at the valley stations.
The skiing area is very popular with families, there is an extensive ski area for the little ones with three covered magic carpets, a plate rope lift and a rope lift as well as numerous places to stop for the whole family.

Carvers, snowboarders and families with children will feel at home on the sunny slopes of the Rosshütte ski area, but skiers and snowboarders will also get their money's worth on the Gschwandkopf. Due to their location on the high plateau, the two ski resorts receive a lot of fresh snow in winter and are therefore considered to be extremely snow-sure. Nevertheless, most of the ski areas are independent of snow: the pistes and cross-country ski runs are equipped with snow-making systems and can therefore be almost completely snowed in.

The neighbouring municipality of Leutasch also has its own small Hochmoos ski area (1,140 m - 1363 m) with a three-seater chairlift that transports winter sports enthusiasts to the summit of Katzenkopf, where some predominantly easy to medium pistes, some with floodlights, await skiers (a total of 8 km). In the restaurant of the Hochmoos Alm you can regain your strength and enjoy the regional delicacies. A toboggan run with toboggan rental and a ski school with ski rental complete the offer in Leutasch.

Ski passes include the free of charge use of the local ski bus shuttle services as well as the regional bus network between the villages of the olympic region of Seefeld. All villages are therefore very well connected with the whole ski area.

Rent your ski equipment from our partner SKISET with discounts of up to 45%. Here you can book directly online with SKISET.

Several ski schools offer lessons for every level, e.g.:
Ski- and snowboard school Sport Aktiv in Seefeld
Ski school Leutasch

While the skiing area for downhill skis is rather clear, the Olympic region of Seefeld-Leutasch has developed into an international cross-country skiing Mecca in recent years with 246 km of cross-country ski runs, with a multitude of interesting routes through romantic high valleys and wonderful views of the Karwendel and Wetterstein massifs. It has already received several awards as the best cross-country skiing area in Europe.
The daily freshly groomed cross-country ski runs for the classic and skating style are located at an altitude between 1,180 m and 1,550 m, with levels ranging from easy to World Cup level. A 3 km long night trail between Seefeld and Mösern also provides variety, even one of the few dog trails in Tyrol can be found here, where you can do your rounds together with your four-legged friend.

For some years now, the municipalities of Seefeld and Leutasch have been charging a cross-country ski trail fee. Discounted tickets are available online in advance: Tickets.

International top athletes and numerous national teams regularly train at the biathlon facility in Seefeld's Nordic Centre of Excellence. Holidaymakers can also profit from this: in Martin Tauber's Cross Country Academy beginners and advanced can try out the biathlon several times a week between December and March.
The annual winter highlight in Leutasch is the international Euroloppet Ganghofer run - the oldest cross-country skiing in Tyrol, which is part of the European ski marathon series "Euroloppet" and "Austria Loppet". In 2019, the Nordic World Ski Championships took place in Seefeld again after 1985, which further increased the international reputation of the historic traditional location.

Some of our chalets in Leutasch are located right next to the cross-country ski runs, so that easy access to skiing pleasure is guaranteed.

But there is also a lot going on off-piste in the communities of Seefeld and Leutasch! The offer is varied and also offers non-skiers a lot of variety: snowshoe hiking, horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice rinks for curling and skating, snow rafting, a large adventure pool with indoor and outdoor pool with slides and sauna area await the holidaymakers. In the region Seefeld - Leutasch there are 8 official toboggan runs.
The tours in the area of Leutasch around the Gaistal are particularly beautiful from a landscape point of view. And over 140 km of hiking trails are prepared even in winter.

Here you can experience something new every day or simply enjoy the enchanting alpine landscape.

Information ski area Seefeld

Length of ski slopes 34km
easy 22km
medium 9km
difficult 3km
Number of ski slopes 36
Ski lifts 28
Ski tows 20
Chairlifts 5
Cable cars 3
Snow cannons 289
Snowparks 1
Floodlight slopes 2
Cross-country skiing 247km
Toboggan runs 8

Ski resorts Seefeld