Seefeld Ski Pass Options

Which Ski Pass?

Which ski pass is suitable for you? Well, fairly obviously, it depends on what you wish to do...

The Happy Ski Card is a ticket offered for two or more days which covers the Rosshütte ski area, the Gschwandtkopf ski area and the Birkenlift and Geigenbühel beginner areas. Discover more details about the Happy Ski Card...

(Please note that the Happy Ski Card no longer covers resorts outside Seefeld!)

Those who unsure about how often or where they will be skiing may be better of with day tickets for the Rosshütte or for the Gschwandtkopf areas.
Here is some more information on the Rosshütte day tickets...
Here is some more information on the Gschwandtkopf day tickets...

Those who have never been on skis before are unlikely to require a ski pass for their first day. The ski school instructor will let you know when you will be using the lifts. In Seefeld, the points card for the beginners' area will be the recommendation. More information on the Geigenbühel and Birkenlift tickets...

Skiers in Leutasch have the option of the ski lifts in the Kreith area, where there is also the opportunity of night skiing, or in the Neuleutasch area. Find more information on the Leutasch ski tickets...

Beginners in Mösern may be using the tow in the centre of the village. More information on the Hinterfeldlift in Mösern...

There is also a small beginners' lift in Scharnitz. More information about the Brandlift in Scharnitz...

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