Cross-country skiing in Seefeld
Cross-country skiing fun for everyone
In addition to skiing options, the Seefeld Olympic region also offers 262 km of cross-country trails at all levels of difficulty – be it classic or skating style, you set the pace, we ensure the optimal trail. Out of 232 internationally well-known resorts, the Seefeld Olympic region was ranked as number 1 “Ski Resort of the Year 2005” by 232 readers of the DSV Atlas Ski Winter in the category “Excellent cross-country trails” and was recognised as best cross-country resort. The Seefeld Olympic region is made up of Seefeld, Leutasch, Mösern/Buchen, Reith and Scharnitz.
Day pass - pre-purchase without visitor’s card - € 11.00
Day pass - pre-purchase with visitor’s card - € 7.00
Day pass - purchase on a trail with & without visitor’s card - € 20.00
Multi-day pass - pre-purchase with visitor’s card - € 20.00
Within just a few years, the two-time venue for the Nordic competitions at the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics is set to become the best cross-country centre in the world. The prerequisites for achieving this ambitious plan are extremely good. If Frau Holle doesn't play along, that's also no problem. For such cases, numerous kilometres of cross-country trails will be covered with artificial snow. The region is already considered a Mecca for cross-country skiing in terms of difficulty. Almost the entire world’s elite has trained and competed on one of the most beautiful plateaus in the Alpine arc. Many national teams are regular guests. This is not only due to the particularly warm Tyrolean hospitality, but also the ideal conditions and the fact that the facilities are being constantly improved.
This is an attitude to life for all the senses with the highest standards and quality. A perfect symbiosis of sport, fun and stimulation makes the concept a special experience for body, mind and soul. As a member of the "Best of the Alps" Union, the Seefeld region stands for mature structures, culture, sport and top events. The world champion and Olympic region in Tyrol is considered as the training and competition centre for top athletes. In addition to professional athletes, beginners can also try out cross-country skiing and use the facility to get closer to the Nordic discipline through professional courses.