Seefeld Ski Resort Guide & Reviews Ski Area, Apres-Ski, Things to See & in Seefeld
Seefeld ski resort is in the Olympiaregion of Austria as are it's close by neighbours of Reith, Scharnitz and Mösern/Buchen.
Reith bei Seefeld, like Mösern, prides itself on a breath taking position above the Inn valley with views to the Zillertaler Alps to the east and the Stubaier Alps in the West.
The village of Scharnitz lies to the north of the Seefeld plateau on the border between Austria and Germany and is the gateway to the Karwendel Alpine Park, which stretches from Scharnitz through to the shores of Lake Achen on the northern side of Innsbruck.
Après ski in Seedfeld revolves around cosy cafes, excellent restaurants preparing traditional and international food and many bars to guarantee you entertaining evenings and nights.
Seefeld & Olympiaregio Ski Area Guide
The ski area is spit in to the 3 sectors of Reither Spitze, Leutasch and Gschwandtkopf which can be reached from three sides starting from either – Reith, Seefeld or Mösern.
All the resorts in the area combine to give more than 147km of pistes and 266km of cross-country skiing trails.
|Key information (whole area)|
|Season||Dec - April|
|Apres ski||Relaxed & Informal|
A stone throw from the centre of Seefeld village are the nursery slopes where novices can practice their turns before quickly progressing on to the gentle blues.
For intermediates, the three ski areas will keep you fully occupied for a weeks ski holiday with plenty of blues and reds.
Not the best place to find the most challenging terrain and there is limited off-piste although there is a really good good area above the Harmelekopf vable car.
The whole area is a cross-country skiers dream with over 266km of pristine marked trails to explore amongst deep pine forests.
There is 1 snow park at the Gschwandtkopf ski area.
Each of the villages in and around Seefeld has it's own traditions and character but one thing in common is that there is a good selection of quality accommodation including gorgeous self catering ski chalets and apartments.
Things to See & Do
More than 140 kilometres of groomed winter hiking trails
Guided snowshoe hikes
Olympia sports centre with indoor and outdoor pool
3 ice-skating rinks
5 toboggan tracks
Our View Seefeld Ski Resort
Skiing in Seefeld are to be enjoyed at your own pace and we would certainly recommend cross-skiing if you have not tried it before - its one of the best ski resorts in Europe for this sport. A few suggestions...
Innsbruck is definitely worth visiting and you can get a direct train from Seefeld
Try your hand at blackjack with a night in the casino
If you like Seefeld, why not have a look at the ski resorts in the Zillertal Valley including the beautiful resort of Zell and Ziller and Gerlos.