Cross-country skiing

on the most beautiful mountain plateau in the Alps.

Cross-country skiing enthusiasts, in particular, will love staying in our 4-star hotel in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Seefeld in Tirol is a veritable paradise for cross-country fans. Our region was, just recently, ranked once again as second best cross-country ski area in the whole world! Our tracks regularly receive top marks from the stringent jury of the German Automobile Club ADAC and German Ski Association.

With 279 km of immaculately groomed tracks for classic and skating style, such accolades are no wonder! And with the breathtaking backdrop of the mountain plateau and the untouched natural landscape of the adjoining Alpenpark Karwendel, you enjoy unparalleled views to boot.

A special treat for all ‘night owls’ or an ideal opportunity for a sport yet romantic evening date for ardent cross-country fans is offered by the night-time tracks. Every Wednesday all the cross-country ski tracks in Seefeld and Leutasch are open until 9.30 pm. On all other days the tracks, with the exception of the night-time tracks, close at 7 pm.

Cross-country skiing in Seefeld

 

From beginners to experienced skiers, the cross-country ski schools in the region’s villages offer courses tailored to the needs of cross-country skiers of all skill levels. The spectrum on offer ranges from children’s courses to professional race preparation. Clear, standardised sign-posting that includes information on track distances, levels of difficulty, elevation profiles and possible link-ups to other tracks make it easy for cross-country skiers to navigate the extensive network of trails.

A special treat for all ‘night owls’ or an ideal opportunity for a sport yet romantic evening date for ardent cross-country fans is offered by the night-time tracks. Every Wednesday all the cross-country ski tracks in Seefeld and Leutasch are open until 9.30 pm. On all other days the tracks, with the exception of the night-time tracks, close at 7 pm.

The biathlon bug has hit Seefeld!

Since the winter of 2010, the Olympic village of Seefeld has been home to one of Europe’s most state-of-the-art biathlon facilities, which, of course, also came into use during the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games.

The biathlon facility in Seefeld’s Nordic Competence Centre is designed to accommodate a total of 30 shooting ranges. 9 permanent ranges for small-bore rifles are currently in operation. The other 21 small-bore ranges were temporarily installed for the 2012 Winter Olympics. The centre also has a further 5 air-rifle shooting ranges.

The facilities, however, are not only used by professional athletes. Visiting guests too can enjoy a real taste of biathlon by taking part in one of Martin Tauber’s Cross Country Academy courses.