Seefeld Ski Holidays

Seefeld ski holidays are perfect for beginners and intermediates. Go skiing in Seefeld for well-linked slopes across two main sectors.

Seefeld Ski Resort Austria

Seefeld is a wonderful, stylish and fashionable ski resort with 250km of cross country skiing and great downhill slopes suiting beginner and intermediate skiers.

The resort offers a number of activities, stunning scenery and a wonderful ambience throughout as well as having a great range of shops. The centre of the resort is traffic free - the only way around is via horse-drawn sleighs. The main downhill ski area of Seefeld is great for intermediate skiers while the lower nursery slopes are ideal for beginners.

Seefeld Transfer time
  • Salzburg

Resort Statistics

Resort Altitude: 1,200m

Resort Skiing: 2,100m

Total Ski Area: 27km

Lifts: 11

Blue Runs: 19km

Red Runs: 6km

Black Runs: 2km

Cross Country: 250km

Ski Areas in Seefeld

Seefeld is the perfect resort for groups of mixed ability skiers, as well as families with younger children. The resort is built around its love of cross-country skiing, and with some of the highest regarded ski schools in Austria, it makes a great spot for first-time skiers, or those looking to improve their confidence on the snow. 

Seefeld accommodations

Seefeld Ski Accommodation

Skiing in Seefeld

Seefeld has two main sectors: Gschwandtkopf and Rosshütte. Both these areas feature runs for all abilities and fast chair lifts to keep the experience easy and efficient. Seefeld is a great beginners resort with its excellent ski school and gentle nursery slopes. There are a number of intermediate runs in Seefeld. The Gschwandkopf is great for the lower intermediates while the Rosshütte offers more challenging intermediate pistes. There isn’t a whole lot of challenging pistes for advanced skiers, however the off-piste is extensive. 

Snowboarding in Seefeld

The resort is mainly suited to beginner snowboarders, although intermediates and advanced boarders will be able to find some interesting tree-lined areas and off-piste at the top section of the Seefelder Joch. There is a fun park located in the Rosshutte area that can be reached via the funicular. Within the park, there is a selection of jumps, pipes, rails and boxes, nothing too challenging, but excellent for more novice free-riders. 

Seefeld weekends

Seefeld Weekends

Ski Schools in Seefeld

With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.

We’ve partnered with SkiBro, New Generation and Oxygène and highly recommend their services. All of our partners offer fantastic lessons for all ability levels.

Click here to book your ski lessons with our recommended suppliers.

If you’re traveling during a peak week be sure to book these well in advance.

Seefeld snow

Seefeld Snow

Restaurants in Seefeld

There is a choice of around 50 different restaurants serving everything from Tirolean to international cuisine. The most highly recommended places are Südtiroler Stuben, Emilia Romagna, Alt Seefeld and Milchhof.

Après Ski in Seefeld

Seefeld offers many bars with different atmospheres and characters. The most popular establishments offer sophisticated nightlife in a lounge setting. Fledermaus, Jeep and Le Dome are the most recommended bars in the town.


Take advantage of the Olympic sports centre and ice skating rink for the full winter experience. After dark, there are plenty of restaurants, bars and even a casino for those who fancy a roll of the dice. Alternatively, if you feel like exploring the local area, then Innsbruck is easily reachable from the resort, with plenty of shopping and sights to see.

Seefeld Ski Holidays


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