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With a network of 256 kilometres of immaculately groomed tracks set against a breathtaking mountain backdrop, the region is a veritable paradise for cross-country ski enthusiasts – classic-style fans and skaters alike. Furthermore, the region offers a range of special cross-country ski tracks, including floodlit night-time tracks, dog-friendly tracks and tracks suitable for adaptive Nordic skiing.
For Alpine skiers the region has a laid-back ski area with superbly groomed pistes and state-of-the-art lift facilities. With 37 kilometres of slopes and some 34 cable cars, chairlifts and tows, a sun-filled, fun-filled ski holiday, complete with fantastic panoramic views, is guaranteed. Especially for younger ones, the ski area has a Kids’ Paradise where children can ‘find their skiing feet’. Run by certified ski instructors, ski courses for all ages are also available.
Biathlon athletes enjoy second-to-none conditions for top training here in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Boasting the most modern biathlon facilities in the whole of Europe, the region has over 30 shooting ranges, including 9 permanent small-bore rifle ranges and 5 mobile air rifle ranges. Professional courses suitable for all age groups are on offer for novices and newcomers to the world of biathlon.
Tobogganing fun for the whole family can be had on the region’s numerous natural toboggan runs. Close to Seefeld, in the western part of the Karwendel range, there are eight toboggan runs in total, several of which are floodlit for sledding fun after the sun has set. If you don’t have your own toboggan, you can rent one from numerous local toboggan rental outlets.
Adventure-loving families should try their hand at the fun sport of snow tubing, which involves sitting on a giant inflatable rubber tyre and whizzing down a specially-prepared track with barriers on both sides – fun and action guaranteed!
The vast countryside of the Olympiaregion Seefeld also offers ideal conditions for fantastic snowshoe hikes through an untouched winter wonderland. Whether you set off alone along the well-signposted routes or join a guided group, snowshoeing offers an exceptional experience you’ll remember for a long time to come. Rental snowshoe equipment is available from the area’s numerous sports shops.
Ice skating and alpine-style curling provide fun for all the family. The region’s ice ponds and rinks offer a world of opportunity for skating and recreation on the ice. Newcomers to the sport of alpine-style curling can take part in a free introductory course, during which the basic rules and techniques are explained.