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Seefeld Ski Resort and Ski Holidays

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Seefeld   Resort Information
Season Dec - Mid April
Nearest Airport Innsbruck (30 mins)
Ski Area 30km
Ski Lifts 26
Ski Runs 14
Longest Run 6.5km
Resort Height 1200m
Snowball Ratings
Beginners 4.5 / 5
Intermediates 3 / 5
Experts 2 / 5
Families 4 / 5
Nightlife 3.5 / 5
Affordability 4 / 5
Non Ski Activities 4 / 5

A reliable snow record and superb slopes have made Seefeld ski resort the deserving host of two Winter Olympics and the 1985 Nordic Skiing World Championships. Located just 25kms from Innsbruck in the Austrian province of Tyrol, Seefeld is a purpose-built resort that provides fabulous holiday entertainment for all levels of skiing expertise, though best for families, beginners and lower intermediates.

The stylish resort town is characterised by intricately frescoed façades and medieval architecture, and is entirely pedestrianised, preserving its sense of history and tranquillity. Seefeld offers more than just its ski slopes: it is filled with upmarket shops and restaurants, but features a relatively laid-back après-ski scene, drawing an older, less frenetic crowd, so wild party animals think again!

Seefelds ski pistes cover a cumulative length of 30kms, catering for all abilities. Advanced/expert skiers haven't much to go on however, with only 14 per cent of slopes geared to the upper levels, versus 43 per cent for each of the beginner and intermediate levels. The small number of advanced pistes is compensated for by 120kms of fabulous cross-country skiing, starting from the village centre. The longest groomed ski slope at Seefeld resort is an extensive run spanning 6.5kms and the network of pistes can be accessed by means of 26 lifts.

Seefelds attractions are not just restricted to its ski runs - the resort offers a vast assortment of other exciting activities to eliminate any chance of boredom in off-slope hours. The extensive Olympia Leisure Complex offers swimming pools, saunas, bowling, squash and an artificial ice-skating rink.


In addition, the resort features a natural ice rink, curling, a toboggan run, sleigh runs, snow rafting, snowshoeing, hiking and climbing, as well as a tempting range of nightlife venues, including a casino, a cinema, discos, bars and live music. Seefeld has an abundance of lodging: the ski resort encompasses almost 8000 beds in three- to five-star hotels, guesthouses and apartments.

The area surrounding the resort is ideal sightseeing territory - with beguiling options such as the forests of Sonnenplateau and the quaint Bavarian town of Mittenwald. For those who prefer a cosmopolitan setting, Innsbruck, offering an endless range of cultural and recreational delights, is only 25kms away.

Seefelds ski season runs from early December to Easter Monday. Best rates can be obtained at the beginning of the season, and in selected weeks of January and March.A great choice for short breaks.

For ski school information etc please check :http://www.schi-seefeld.at

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