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.