Seefeld Skigebiet Guide
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Seefeld in Austria (in the Tirol region) is a large resort with 17 lifts (3 chair lifts, 11 surface lifts) that offers skiers an impressive 900 metres (2953 feet) of vertical descent. Seefeld has 19 pistes with a total length of 27 kilometers (17 miles). Seefeld is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. There are 255km kilometers (- miles) of cross country ski trails at Seefeld. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and a half pipe. The majority of the pistes at Seefeld are covered by snowmaking. The closest airport is at Innsbruck and the transfer time is only 0.5 hours. The nearest train station to Seefeld is at Seefeld. There is accommodation located close to the pistes but we would welcome additional information about any hotels or chalets in Seefeld.
- Nächster Flughafen:Innsbruck
- Nächster Bahnhof:Seefeld
- Skigebiet Info-Website:www.seefeld.at
- Pistennahe Unterkunft:Ja
Aktuellster SchneeberichtUeberblick Vollstaendiger Schneebericht
- Ausgestellt:22 Mar
- Letzter Schneefall:14 March 2018
- Schneehoehe (Gipfelregion):100cm
- Schneehoehe (Tal):40cm
- Off Piste:Varied
Aktuelles Tages-Wetter (1650 m)Uebersicht vollstaendige Schneevorhersage
Skigebiets Karte Seefeld
Besucher-Beurteilung fuer Seefeld
DaveH aus United Kingdom schreibt:
Just returned from a short ski trip (2.5 days) and used Seefeld as our base.
The town itself is lovely but the pisted ski area is somewhat limited for intermediate skiers (we skied virtually the whole Roshutte area in 3hrs!). However, if you rent a car like we did and travel to some of the other nearby ski areas (can recommend Kuhtai) then I'd say Seefeld is a good location for a base over a long weekend (at most) for intermediate skiers.
Somebody has written that it's also a good location for apres-ski. We found a couple of very nice quiet bars in the centre but could find no real apres-ski as we know it (especially if you're looking for St Anton or Ischgl style entertainment!).