Europes Cross-country skiing destination No.1 offers 280 km of cross-country ski trails on the plateau of the Olympic region of Seefeld
For decades, Seefeld in Tirol is known as cross-country skiing paradise and as one of the best and award-winning cross-country regions across Europe. The ideal location at 1,200m above sea level and the fact that there is a high plateau in the Olympraregion, causes that cross-country skiing is the leading winter sport in Seefeld with unique and ideal conditions for your cross-country skiing holiday in Tyrol.
About 280 km of perfectly groomed cross-country trails for classic and skating style are waiting for our guests. The entrance to the trail network is not far from our hotel in the Olympic arena Seefeld, right next to the convention center - about 5 minutes walk from our Hotel Karwendelhof.
Thanks to its ideal topographical structure the trail network provides best conditions for beginners and professionals. Starting in November some of the trails are snowed and illuminated at night - so Seefeld means for many skiers the start in the new cross country season.
To enjoy the trails of Seefeld without carrying your equipment, our partner SCHIMEIER also the necessary staff for hire: The complete package with cross-country skis, cross country boots and poles are available directly at the entrance to the trail at the Gschwandtkopf lifts - and as our guests you will enjoy a complementary 20% discount on all rental fees.
For all friends of Biathlon Seefeld offers also a biathlon facility in the Nordic competence center with 9 stalls for small caliber and 5 stands for air rifles. The system is used both by professionals and by guests, the Cross-country skischool Martin Tauber (a former World Cup Professional) also offers courses and workshops.
Cross country skiing in Seefeld - that means full enjoyment in virtually untouched nature in the number 1 cross country ski area in Europe.
- Cross Country Academy Martin Tauber, Seefeld in Tirol
- Schimeier, rental of cross country ski equipment in Seefeld
- Trail network and general plan Seefeld / Leutasch (PDF))
Fotos: © Cross Country Academy Martin Tauber