The Olympiaregion Seefeld ski area has almost 40km of wonderfully maintained downhill slopes to suit every level. Nevertheless, the mountainous, wooded landscape of the Olympiaregion Seefeld seems as if it was expressly made for cross-country skiing. A lot of people seem to have agreed, and now an extensive and versatile cross-country ski area covering more than 200km, made up of 3 areas, certainly offers something for everyone whether they want to discover cross-country skiing or want a new challenge. The Olympiaregion Seefeld also has nordic tracks suitable for adaptive skiing, night skiing and even skiing with your dog!
The Olympiaregion Seefeld is made up of five villages: Leutasch, Mösern bei Seefeld, Reith, Scharnitz, and Seefeld. The Olympiaregion Seefeld owes its fame in particular to the Winter Olympic Games in 1964, 1976 and 2012, when it held several nordic skiing events. The Olympiaregion is also a several-time host of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships. Downhill skiers and cross-country skiers alike will appreciate the good value for money services in Seefeld despite the resort's chic aspect! There are some wonderful childrens' daycare facilities and a rich variety of alternative winter sports activities on offer. Aside from the many cross-country skiing trails, there are also around 100km of winter hiking trails for exploring this winter wonderland. Seefeld is just a half-hour drive from Innsbruck Airport.
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Overview of slopes and lifts in Olympiaregion Seefeld
| Blue slopes19 km || Drag lifts27||Start of the season|
| Red slopes6 km || Chair lifts5||End of the season|
| Black slopes2 km || Gondola lifts2||Glacier|
| Off-piste0 km || Train1||Min. altitude1200 m|
| Total27 km || Capacity30100 Pers./Hour||Max. altitude2065 m|
Resorts in Olympiaregion Seefeld ski area
Skiing in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
It's not all about nordic skiing at the Olympiaregion Seefeld. The region has a rich downhill skiing history as well. In fact, you might be interested to know that the inventor of the parallel turn, Toni Seelos, was from Seefeld! The slopes around Seefeld and Leutasch range from an altitude of 1100m to 2065m above sea level, divided into four main areas. The Gschwandtkopf is a ski area with blue, sloping pistes that will appeal to beginners, while the Rosshütte is slightly more extensive. Here you will also find a fun park and a slalom run. The valley runs are nice and long and run beautifully through the forest. We recommend blue slope 6a. If you poke around a bit, you'll find an idyllic hidden cabin, the Reither Jochalm, where you can enjoy a delicious apple strudel. The Hochmoos offers around 10km of slopes for varying ability levels, and the Birkenlift and Geigenbühel offer everything a beginner needs to "find their feet" on skis! The extensive children's areas at the Olympiaregion Seefeld make this the perfect destination for a relaxing family ski holiday.
Off-piste & freestyle in Olympiaregion Seefeld
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Ski pass prices (low season)
|Low season 6-day ski pass ||Children ||Adults ||Free up to |
|Happy Ski Card ||EUR 139.00 ||EUR 232.00 ||5 Years old |
Ski pass prices (high season)
|High season 6-day ski pass ||Children ||Adults ||Free up to |
|Happy Ski Card ||EUR 142.50 ||EUR 238.00 ||5 Years old |
Blogs about Olympiaregion Seefeld
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