Seefeld in Tirol is an old farming village. Already since the 1930s, it has been well known as a winter sports center and amongst the most popular tourist resorts in Austria.
Seefeld is located just a stone’s throw from the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck and was built around a large pedestrian center. Seefeld is known for hosting the Winter Olympics, both in 1964 and 1976, and most recently the first Youth Olympics in 2012. With more than one million overnight stays each year, it is one of the most popular Tyrolean tourist destinations.
Seefeld`skiing certainly plays a big part in the attractions on the Seefeld plateau in the winter. Seefeld resort is backed up by snow-making equipment, which covers 90% of the ski area's terrain. This contributes to a relatively long season, which runs from early December until Easter. Seefeld ski has 27 km of pisted ski runs with 19 individual pistes:
- 1 black piste;
- 8 red pistes;
- 10 blue pistes.
The downhill skiing in the Seefeld is concentrated in two sections:
- The smaller Gschwandtkopf mountain – very popular among beginners;
- The larger Rosshütte/Härmelekopf mountain - good for experts for some serious skiing.
It is also thought about snowboarders. Seefeld's Crazy Hole terrain park in Rosshütte have a dozen different elements to enjoy including - three jump combination with jumps from four to eight meters, 2 quarter pipes, double waves, rails and three super-size steep turns. Also, there are wide open trails which are well suited to beginner and intermediate levels.
Seefeld is also known as a cross-country skier’s paradise with 279 km of trails in total, mostly running through the scenic valley route to Mösern. Trails range in difficulty, from the classic style to more robust, speedier, skating style.
Seefeld accommodation and après ski
Seefeld has around 60 hotels including an excellent choice of luxury hotel accommodation, also, a similar number of B&B pensions and over 150 apartment houses spread throughout the village – something for everyone’s needs.
If you want to enjoy something more, you can take advantage of the Olympic sports center and ice skating rink for the full winter experience. Other winter activities include:
- Snowshoe hiking;
- Swimming and wellness facilities.
There are plenty of restaurants, bars and even a casino. You can also explore the local area - Innsbruck is easily reachable from the resort, with plenty of shopping and sights to see.
Getting here by Solden transfers
If you are interested to visit Seefeld resort the best way to get here from the airport, is by having Solden transfers. Here are the nearest airports for transfer Seefeld:
- Innsbruck Airport (1h 10min);
- St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport (2h 15min);
- Munich and Salzburg Airports (2h 50min).
There are a lot of companies offering Solden transfers, but by choosing our proposed Solden transfers, you will receive a high-quality service for a good price. Also, you can choose private or shared Solden transfers for your travel. Book your Solden transfer and have amazing winter holidays at the resort!