An attractive village set on a sunny plateau close to Innsbruck, the Olympiaregion Seefeld has a small yet fantastic selection of ski slopes.
Beginners take their first lessons at the Geigenbühel learning area, offering ideal learning conditions with its gentle slopes and safety as it is completely separate from the main pistes. Close to the village there are lots of intermediate slopes to progress on to in the Gschwandtkopf area, with many more challenging runs in the Rosshütte and Seefelder Joch areas for developing intermediates and advanced skiers.
With an Olympic sports centre and a picturesque pedestrianised village square there is plenty to see and do off the slopes too.
Seefeld Resort Facts
|Winter Season||December – March|
|Lift Range||1200m – 2064m|
|Total Piste Length||37km|
|Longest Run (km)||4|
|Number of Slopes||44|
|Beginner Runs %||63|
|Intermediate Runs %||34|
|Advanced Runs %||3|
|Number of Lifts||30|
Seefeld Après Ski Activities
- Ice Skating
- Pizza Evening
- Night Skiing
- Movie Evening
- Quiz Evening
- Presentation Evening with Certificates
Alpenkonig Hotel ****
Just 5 minutes from Seefeld the expansive Alpenkonig Hotel is set among the breathtaking scenery of the mountains. The rooms are all ensuite with TV and finished to a high modern standard. Breakfast is taken in the hotel restaurant with a 3 course meal served in the evening.
Hotel Capacity: 150 rooms
Breakfast: Buffet Breakfast
Lunch: Hot lunch in a mountain restaurant
Dinner: 3 course evening meal in hotel
Private Facilities: All rooms are en suite
Ski In/Out: No, but located 5 mins from Seefeld
Hotel Amenities: Restaurant, Pool, Wifi, Elevator