SEEFELD SKI RESORT

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Are you looking for a winter vacation that will be filled with both adventure and relaxation? If so, then a ski holiday to Seefeld in Austria is a perfect choice! Seefeld is a ski resort situated in the beautiful Tyrolean Mountains in the northern part of Austria, offering breathtaking views and plenty of activities to enjoy. The village of Seefeld is only 25 minutes from Innsbruck and is located on a south-facing Alpine plateau. 

 

The ski area of Seefeld is quite extensive, giving skiers of all levels plenty of variety to choose from. For the more advanced skiers, there are several off-piste runs, while the more novice skiers can take advantage of the variety of groomed trails. The resort is well-equipped with ski lifts, snow-making machines, and a ski school for those who are new to the sport. The terrain for skiing in this area is varied, allowing for a great range of activities. For those who like ski touring, there are plenty of steep slopes and challenging terrain to explore. Meanwhile, for those who simply want to relax and take in the scenery, there are plenty of gentle slopes and wide open spaces to enjoy. The scenery in Seefeld is simply stunning, and it’s no wonder why it is such a popular destination for skiers. The views of the snow-capped mountains and the deep forests of the region are breathtaking. On clear days, you can even see the nearby Austrian Alps in the distance.

Mountain Terrain:

Beginner

73%

Intermediate

21%

Advanced

   6%   

Skiing Hours:

9.00 am – 4.30 pm

Summit Elevation:

2,100 m

Vertical Drop:

1140 m 

Skiable Area:

48 km

Average Snowfall:

515 cm

Snowboarders:

Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 3 Gondolas
  • 3 Chairlifts
  • 11 Surface lifts

Trails:

19 runs. Longest run: 5 km

Notes:

1 halfpipe, 1 terrain park. 

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