The village itself is luxurious and exclusive. There are few other places in Austria with such a high density of four-star and five-star hotels as Seefeld.
And yet, at the same time, visitors and locals will find plenty of fun activities such as tobogganing and skiing in winter and everything from gentle walks to challenging high-alpine hikes in summer. Fine on-mountain dining, friendliness and a mix of terrain are Rosshütte ski resort’s hallmarks – 20km of wide-open and gently rolling trails and the immaculately groomed terrain are perfect for laying out clean turns. With many boundary-free areas, this resort in Seefeld offers intrepid ski touring buffs access to ungroomed terrain at surrounding mountain peaks, fields of powder and untouched bowls.
The small but perfectly formed resort of Seewald in the Seefeld Olympia Region is known as a paradise for beginners and families. From the highest point, Gschwandtkopf mountain at 1,500 metres above sea level, there is one main piste and several smaller tree-lined pistes leading down to the village of Seefeld. Despite its relatively low altitude, this resort offers good snow conditions as most of the pistes are north-facing. At the top of the resort there is the Sonnenalm hut, where skiers and boarders can enjoy fabulous views of the high plateau around Seefeld and the nearby Inn Valley as they sample some of the excellent local food. The Happy Ski Card lift pass gives wintersports enthusiasts the option of also using the lifts at the largeer resort of Rosshütte free of charge. There is a free shuttlebus service between the two resorts.
The Rosshütte ski resort is relatively small but nevertheless the largest ski area in the Seefeld Olympic Region. It is home to a wide range of pistes catering for all abilities. Most slopes are suitable for families and beginners, while there are also a number of off-piste ski routes leading up to the summits of the surrounding mountains. Children, beginners and those returning to the sport will find gentle slopes to practise on next to the bottom of the lifts. Freestylers should head for the Crazy Hole snowpark with lots of great obstacles to jib, jump and slide as well as large airbags for a soft landing. There are lots of restaurants and snack bars on the mountain serving good food and drink.