A relaxed ski holiday on a sun-drenched high plateau
‘Nordic Lifestyle’ – laid-back skiing in high alpine terrain at 1,200 metres above sea level
Spacious pistes with state-of-the-art lift facilities – perfect conditions allowing enjoyable, no-hassle skiing for beginners, experienced skiers and those ‘returning’ to the sport of skiing after a break
Snow-reliable and sun-blessed thanks to its geographical location
Inventor of the parallel turn – Toni Seelos – was from Seefeld
‘Best of the Alps’ – a traditional winter sport destination with an international clientele, which ranks among the most exclusive
Exclusive Alpine holidays – perfect for the whole family and for sun worshippers
Located on a sun-drenched high plateau at an altitude of 1,200 metres in the heart of the Tyrolean mountains, the Olympiaregion Seefeld boasts an impressive and extensive ski area. Hassle-free, leisurely skiing, with superb conditions in high alpine terrain, ensures that winter sport enthusiasts of all ages enjoy an unforgettable ski holiday in the mountains. Thanks to the area’s geographical setting, sunshine and first-class snow conditions, sublimely blissful skiing is guaranteed.
Skiing as a lifestyle with quality and standards of the highest level – this concept is reflected in the region’s ‘Nordic Lifestyle’ philosophy, which offers a combination of active sport and fine living for body, mind and soul. This long-standing Tyrolean winter sport area offers everything you could ever with for to enjoy just such a ‘lifestyle’ amid an exclusive setting. As a member of the elite ‘Best of the Alps’ alliance, the Olympiaregion Seefeld is characterised by its superb infrastructure, its unique panache, international clientele, high-end hotel industry and superb gastronomic offerings. For more than 20 years now Seefeld has, along with 11 other select destinations in five Alpine countries, been acting as an ‘ambassador’ for the Alpine region.
A ski holiday in Tyrol guarantees sun-blessed, immaculately groomed pistes complete with a stunning mountain panorama. The Olympiaregion Seefeld boasts a spacious ski arena covering a total area of over 600,000 square metres equipped with state-of-the-art lift facilities for beginners, experienced skiers and those returning to the sport of skiing after a break. Thirty-seven kilometres of slopes and no fewer than 34 cable-cars, chairlifts and tows ensure non-stop skiing fun for sports fans and sun worshippers. Owing to the region’s optimum snow and piste conditions, top ski stars, including Lindsay Vonn and Maria Riesch, have trained here. The vast winter sport arena comprises several ski areas and boasts numerous cosy mountain huts and restaurants. A particularly popular highlight is offered by night-time skiing on floodlit slopes under starry winter skies.
The region’s largest ski area – the Bergbahnen Rosshütte area – was awarded first place by ‘Skiresort.de’ in 2015 in the category ‘Insider’s tip among leading ski areas with up to 20 km of slopes’ – an accolade that pays testimony to the exclusivity of the winter sport area in all its facets. The Olympiaregion Seefeld was, furthermore, praised by ‘Snow-Online.de’ for its superb family-friendliness and excellent piste conditions. For younger skiing enthusiasts the region has a generously-sized children’s skiing area – perfect for little ones to ‘find their skiing feet’.
The wide spectrum of accommodation, many with spa facilities, from 5-star superior hotels to cosy bed and breakfasts, ensures a memorable ski holiday in Tyrol for all tastes and budgets. In addition, the region boasts two public leisure pool complexes – the Olympia Sport and Congress Centre in Seefeld and the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad in Leutasch – for blissful relaxation and rejuvenation.
The sport of skiing looks back on a long tradition here in Tyrol, and the Olympiaregion Seefeld played a role in the historical development of the sport. Toni Seelos, the inventor of the parallel turn, a technique that completely changed the discipline of slalom, came from the Olympiaregion Seefeld. The Austrian ski racer and ski trainer shaped the sport of alpine skiing like no other of his day.