Number of runs: 0
Resort Height: 960.0M
Top Lift Height: 2100.0M
Total Length of runs: 46KM
Easy runs: 0
Medium runs: 0
Difficult runs: 0
Annual Snowfall: 0CM
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The smaller Gschwandtkopf mountain, situated to the south-west of Seefeld is perfect for beginners looking to learn the basics. There is a great nursery slope in the centre of the village on the Geigenbühel hill and 2 chair lifts service the mountain which has predominantly blue runs.
Seefeld Ski Holidays - Home to the Olympic Games
The charming cheap ski holiday resort of Seefeld is perfectly nestled in the Austrian Alps and provides a perfect last minute ski holiday destination for either a long or a short break. The home to two Olympic games and Nordic Ski World Championships, this region is well known the world over. With a wide range of runs on offer this is a perfect cheap ski holiday destination for a mixed level group.
Last Minute Ski Holidays in Seefeld - Challenging Ski Runs
The skiing in this area is divided into two sections:
The larger Rosshütte/Härmelekopf mountain, situated to the north-east of Seefeld is the home of Seefeld's serious skiing. There are some very tricky reds (would be black in most other resorts) with difficult moguls to tackle and also some very exhilarating off-piste runs for which a guide would definitely be recommendedon your Austrian ski holiday.
Cheap Ski Holidays in Seefeld - Beat Apres-ski
This unique last minute ski holiday destination has a huge range of dynamic and challenging runs so should be enough to satisfy even the most hard-to-please of skiers and boarders. There are over 250 km of trails in this area and a single area pass gives you access to all the lifts and trails alike.
With plenty to keep you occupied during the day there is also no shortage of things to do in the evenings also on your ski holiday in Austria. The Schi-Alm is the best place for après-ski and there are plenty of places to eat out both day and night. The cheap ski holiday resort of Seefeld truly is a world-class last minute ski holiday destination and really has to be experienced to be believed.
Seefeld's Crazy Hole terrain park on the Rosshutte is located between 1580 and 1650m and stretches over about 360m. Boarders and free skiers have a dozen different elements to enjoy including a three jump combination with jumps from four to eight metres, along with two quarter pipes, double waves, rails and three super size steep turns. Elsewhere the wide open trails are particularly well suited to beginner and intermediate levels of 'boarder ability.
Although there's a new gondola, a cable car and a funicular in order to access the highest runs on the Rosshütte, most of the other lifts are T Bars, so it's usually best to go from bottom to top on these lifts then ride all the way down unless you've mastered the ultimate skill of riding a T Bar with a 'board.
Seefeld has about a dozen dedicated bars, in addition to hotel and restaurant facilities. There are a further three discotheques. The resort has a reputation for its lively, cosmopolitan and imaginative options as the different venues compete to offer the most original attractions. Many bars are open to 2 or 4am. Among the more unique choices is The Siglu, a glass igloo belonging to the five star Hotel Klosterbräu . You may just run in to prominent people from the world of sports, politics and film coming from all over the world.
Buffalo, open to 4am, is an authentic Western saloon with hot meals (Tex/Mex). Here you can obtain a beer with a coin, a gold mine; there is also a boat containing a second bar. Various figures are posed around the bar including a wooden life-sized Indian and there is live country-music every Thursday. The Britannia is a typical English pub and meeting place for people of all ages, open up to 1am: billiards, pinball and darts are on offer. Other popular bars include Fledermaus and Wildfang.
For the more traditional Tyrolean style, Beisl is a cosy pub also owned by the Hotel Klosterbräu and located on the ground and first floors. It is furnished in the rustic style using the interior of a century-old Tirolean farmer's home which was transported to the building. The Sportpub contains a wine bar in the sports area where you will also find a fitness room, an indoor swimming pool, an indoor tennis court and golf course, table-tennis, bowling lanes, billiards, darts, table football and pinball.
Discothèques include the Full Moon - the latest attraction of the Hotel Klosterbräu. Special events staged here include the disco queen contest, Karaoke evenings, rave nights and more. The new Jeep discotheque which pumps out mainly techno-sound is named after an old jeep, which stands inside the disco! There are also 4 car-racing video games.
Other evening choices include the cinema, a sleigh ride, toboganning or tubing. The Casino Seefeld gives you the option to play a game of Baccara, Poker, Stud Poker, Wheel of Fortune, Seven Eleven, American Roulette, French Roulette, Black Jack, Sic Bo and many more. Open from 3am to 3pm, tournaments and special events are sometimes organised, for example Ladies' Night, Mens' Night, wine tasting and exhibitions.
Virtually all on-snow and ice sports are available in the Seefeld Olympia Region and in many cases the options include rare choices unavailable elsewhere or 'better than everywhere else' variants on old favourites. In the former category the snow bananas involve sliding down the slopes with a group of friends on a large inflated tube. You can also try parascending, snow rafting or the more traditional past-times such as tobogganing and ice-skating.
There are two public swimming pools in the region - the Olympia Sport and Congress Centre in Seefeld and the Alpenbad in Leutasch. In Seefeld you have a 75 m long landscaped indoor pool, a children's pool and also a hot water outdoor pool - even in winter! New is the Seefeld Wild Water Slide, considered to be the longest and most exiting one in whole Austria. In Leutasch the indoor pool complex includes an 82 m water slide. Both facilities offer completely new fantastic various sauna and solarium possibilities.
For tennis you can try the Casino Tennishalle in Seefeld with its eight indoor courts or in Reith there are another two indoor courts at the Hotel Alpenkönig. To improve your game you can always consider some tuition with the Estess Swedish tennis school based in Seefeld.
Many of the larger hotels in the region have beauty farms with treatments also available to non-residents or you might want to relax by taking a trip to the nearby Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck.
The Seefeld Olympia Region boasts countless restaurants and eateries, catering for all tastes and budgets. At the gourmet end of the market, The Ritter Oswald Stube is a cosy dining room in the elegant yet rustic atmosphere of the à la carte restaurant of the Hotel Klosterbräu in the centre of Seefeld. The restaurant has been honoured in the past by various gourmet magazines for its especially high cooking performance. Or you can try the award winning restaurant in the Gourmethotel Habhof in the village of Mösern. For a change from Tyrolean dishes, the Asia on Münchnerstrasse in Seefeld serves fresh Chinese specialities with chicken, beef, pork, duck and fish (also to take away). Lunch-time menus are particularly good value. There are also several Italian options including the Ristorante La Traviata Romagna in Seefeld or Luigi & Lois in Leutasch, both decorated in typical Italian style and offering a good selection of traditional wines as well as of course excellent pizza and pasta. For ice cream lovers the Gelateria Piccola Italia in Seefeld produces prepared ice cream specialities made only of pure natural ingredients according to old Italian recipes.
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