The Olympiaregion Seefeld, which comprises the villages of Mösern/Buchen, Scharnitz, Reith, Leutasch and Seefeld, is located on a southerly exposed plateau 1,200 m above sea level, surrounded by the Karwendel Natural Park, the highest of its kind in the Eastern Alps, the Wildmoos landscape conservation area and the Wetterstein mountains. The name of the resort reflects its traditional association with sport: in 1964, 1976 and 2012, the Seefeld plateau was the venue of the Nordic disciplines of the Winter Olympic Games and Winter Youth Olympic Games. In 2019, the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships will take place in Seefeld for the second time – the first time being in 1985.

Nestled in the heart of the Alps and enjoying a prime, central location in Western Europe, Seefeld is a highly popular holiday destination in both summer and winter. Innsbruck Airport is a mere 20 km away from the Olympiaregion Seefeld and operates direct flights to London, Vienna, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. Munich's international airport is located only 138 km away, also making it a convenient airport to fly to. Visitors from less far afield – from Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Italy – appreciate the easy accessibility of Seefeld from all directions, whether travelling by plane, train, bus or car. Besides offers Seefeld a fantastic transport infrastructure. The breath-taking 30-minute train journey along the Karwendel railway line is an absolute must! Winding its way through mountains and gorges, affording passengers a view of the unique countryside, the ride can be combined perfectly with a day trip to the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck.


Nordic lifestyle – two magic words that turn a winter holiday into an unforgettable experience for all the senses! The best way to explore this winter wonderland is on cross-country skis. The Seefeld plateau’s elevated setting offers ideal conditions for the perfect cross-country skiing holiday. With an outstanding infrastructure of trails, good snow conditions until well into April and an extensive range of accommodation and entertainment, the Olympiaregion Seefeld has been popular with cross-country skiing fans for decades. Today, famous names from this sport can regularly be spotted gracing the trails with their presence throughout the year. The well-developed infrastructure is also a definite plus for holiday-makers. Fans of romantic winter walks will jump at the chance to explore the 142-kilometre network of well-maintained winter hiking trails, which reveal the more tranquil, traditional charm of the Seefeld plateau. Off the beaten tracks, snow-shoe hikes are a great way to explore idyllic spots.

Ski Alpine holidays for the whole family
The ski arena, comprising the three regions of Gschwandtkopf, Rosshütte & Geigenbühel/Birkenlift offers some fantastic skiing. Sun-blessed Seefeld – superb skiing at 1200 m! And flood-lights 4 times a week on selected slopes trails means that the fun doesn't stop when night falls either. For younger skiing enthusiasts the region has a generously-sized children’s skiing area – perfect for little ones to ‘find their skiing feet’. The perfect ski-equipment can be rented in one of the numerous rental shops. Anyone who is looking for professional support can book ski lessons at the ski schools in the region.


It is a well-known fact that any kind of exercise or sport carried out in this wonderful place – at an altitude of 1,200 m – brings with it undeniable health benefits. Thanks to a total of 650 km of superb sign-posted hiking, mountaineering and via ferrata trails, hiking and climbing fans can, during the summer months, enjoy amazing outdoor adventures complete with breathtaking panoramic views. Many of these trails are wide and easy-going - perfect for long, leisurely walks. The ‘Discover the Olympiaregion Seefeld’ initiative provides visitors with the chance to explore the region with specialist guides during their holiday. Creative adventure trails and a large number of themed paths offer wonderful experiences for walkers of all ages. An extensive network of running and Nordic walking circuits is as popular with experts as it is with amateur sports fans. Cyclists also enjoy a range of bicycle, mountain bike and e-bike trails catering for all levels of ability. Golf fans can tee off surrounded by breathtaking views and unique mountain scenery at the 18-hole Seefeld-Wildmoos golf course in the landscape conservation area, or at the 9-hole Seefeld-Reith golf course right next to the pedestrian zone in Seefeld.


The art of relaxation is practised here to perfection. Enjoy the hospitality of cosy, homelike guest houses or the luxury of a five-star superior hotel. Seefeld boasts one of the largest portfolios of health and relaxation facilities in the Alps, with a diverse range of blissful oases in which to pamper mind, body and soul, including leisure pools and spacious sauna amenities. Culinary indulgence also plays an important role here in visitors' well-being. Restaurants, bars and cafés serve everything from traditional local snacks to the sophisticated creations of contemporary haute cuisine. The charming boutiques and speciality stores in Seefeld's pedestrian zone also provide a wonderful dose of retail therapy.Those who want to try their luck need look no further than Seefeld Casino, with its unique rustic mountain design. This is the Alpine lifestyle at its very best!


There’s always plenty going on in the region: High-profile international sporting events, convivial village festivals, all sorts of tournaments and fun parties. Top events, such as the "Strudel" Festival the White Night, the traditional Tyrolean handcrafts festival, the Seefeld Snow Festival, the Nordic Combined Triple World Championships and the Seefeld Winter Party, provide the icing on the cake for a truly unforgettable holiday. Seefeld is venue for the Nordic World Ski Championships in 2019.


Tourismusverband Seefeld

Geschäftsführer Mag. (FH) Elias Walser
Heilbadstraße 827
AT-6100 Seefeld in Tirol

Phone 0043 508 800

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