Seefeld Skiing

The skiing in Seefeld is based on three areas. For beginners, the Geigenbühel area near the centre of the village provides an ideal and unintimidating slope to learn the sport. Find out more about the Geigenbühel...

Intermediate skiers will enjoy the Gschwandtkopf area, near the Seekirchl (the "lake chapel") - one of the landmarks of Seefeld. Find out more about skiing on the Gschwandtkopf...

More advanced skiers will head for the higher and longer runs on the Rosshütte and the Härmelekopf. A skibus serves the Rosshütte mountain railway, which is located on the edge of the eastern side of the village. Find out more about the Rosshütte lifts...

Of course, the other villages on the Seefeld plateau have their own ski-lifts - there is skiing in Leutasch, for example, or lifts in both Mösern and Reith.

And, for skiers who are willing to travel further afield, the Zugspitz glacier in Germany (at an elevation of just under 3000 metres) is not far away above Garmisch-Partenkirchen. (Note that it is no longer included on the local lift pass!) Find out more about the Zugspitz skiing...

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