Profile Seefeld in Tirol

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Ski Olympiaregion Seefeld

Mountain range Wettersteingebirge und Mieminger Kette
Karwendel
Stubaier Alpen
Vertical drop 1200 - 2100 meters
Descent 900 meters

Slopes

Total slopes (n) 35
Total slopes (km) 32
  • novice22km
  • intermediate9km
  • expert1km

Longest slope (km) 4.0
Loipes (km) 245

Orientation

Interm. altitude 98%
High altitude 2%
Bit steep 8%
Steep 4%
Very steep 1%
North 12%
East 1%
South 32%
West 56%

Lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
29 5 2 1
Total lifts (n) 35
capacity: 30100 persons/hour

Skipass

Currency:
Daycard adult -
6-day card -
Daycard child -
6-day card -

Ski resort ratings

Ski resort ratings for Seefeld in Tirol compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 154 reviews.

Overall 71 Skiing 64Skiregion 66
BeginnerIntermediateAdvancedOff-PisteSnow
7.3 7.67.0 7.76.0 7.15.3 7.06.0 7.6
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
8.7 7.87.7 6.78.0 7.78.3 7.07.0 7.1

Reviews

The skiing in Seefeld is quite good & we were lucky to have some snow whilst we were there as it had been quite scarce up until we went. It's good enough for an intermediate/advanced skiier like myself with some relatively good red & blue runs to keep you occupied & its has a decent nursery slope close to the centre of town for the beginners. I stayed on the Rosshutte but there is another ski area called the Gschwandkopf. I found there to be liitle queueing & in general a friendly atmosphere on the slopes. I cant say as I have ever had a bad skiing holiday, so I will never criticise any of the resorts I visit, after all, the holiday is what you make it to be. Seefeld is a qua
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Address
Klosterstrasse 43
Seefeld Tirol Austria

Winter holidays for all-rounders!

A paradise for sports enthusiasts amidst a breathtaking setting!

The unique natural landscape and salubrious climate at 1,200 metres makes the region a vast "outdoor fitness centre", even in winter, for skiers and cross-country skiers, hikers and Nordic walkers. From early December to late March, the region invites winter sports fans to enjoy perfectly groomed slopes at an altitude of 1,200 - 2,100m and 279km of well-prepared trails, with a range of breathtaking tours and sporting challenges. Holidaymakers who prefer an alternative to skiing can explore the beautiful snowy landscape on foot: the region offers 143km of cleared winter hiking trails, tobboggan runs and numerous cosy alpine taverns where you can relax and recharge your batteries.
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