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Winter in Seefeld

Winter & Ski Holidays - This is Seefeld in Tyrol

To see and be seen - this could be the motto for the winter sport town of Seefeld which has been famous for decades and is internationally well-known.

On your winter vacation & ski holidays in Seefeld can meet to enjoy a walk through the romantic pedestrian zone, in the casino, or on the slopes or gondola - for in Seefeld, non-skiers are mainly sun-worshippers.

On Seefeld's world famous cross-country routes, enthusiastic leisure skiers can compete with experts: in events such as the World Cup for Nordic Combination, excited spectators can enjoy the unique race atmosphere at close hand - and maybe meet one of the cross-country stars training on the run the next day. Year after year, event highlights such as "Classic on Snow" - the new name for the traditional Seefeld Snow Festival - attract thousands of visitors from near and far.


Interactive map of Seefeld
Find all ski slopes, cross-country-tracks and all other winter activities on the Seefeld interactive map!


Seefeld in Tirol - Best of the Alps

Membership of "Best of the Alps" proves the quality of the facilities available:

Seefeld is a member of this group of traditional winter sport towns that includes St. Moritz, Chamonix, and Lech am Arlberg, for example.Although the individual towns are very different, they have one thing in common: they offer real hospitality and high quality tourist facilities - and offer the best conditions to recharge your batteries on your winter holidays in Austria.


Winter in the Olympic Region of Seefeld

The Olympiaregion Seefeld with its five individual towns - Leutasch, Mösern, Reith, Scharnitz and Seefeld - lies at around 1,200 m. Surrounded by the Hohen Munde, the Wetterstein mountains, the Karwendel Alpine Park, and the Wildmoos nature reserve, the south-facing high plateau offers winter holiday facilities for all tastes:

The sport highlights include over 250 km of cross-country trails, 48 km of ski slopes with around 30 cable cars and lifts, 140 km of cleared winter walkways, 30 Nordic walking routes, natural and artificial ice rinks, as well as 2 public indoor pools & spas.