Scaling mountains by one’s own means – beyond groomed slopes and lift facilities – and getting rewarded with a speedy run down through fresh powder snow afterward: ski mountaineering combines ski entertainment and nature experience in a very special manner and fascinates unlike any other winter sport.
It's the quiet, the snow-covered hills and the fresh, clear mountain air that makes the hearts of ski mountaineers skip a beat.
Tyrol and particularly the region around Seefeld offer ski tours for both beginners and pros. Tours with various walking times, distances and altitude differences promise pure variety.
The Gschwandtkopf is one of the most versatile mountains in Tyrol. It also offers excellent conditions for ski tours. Beginners in particular appreciate the mountain as it surprises with a wonderful round view across the Seefeld plateau from its summit despite the low altitude.
The ski mountaineer nights to the Rosshütte are a special highlight. Usually, the slopes are closed for ski mountaineers daily from 4.30 pm due to preparation works. Fridays from 6 to 10 pm, however, the ascent to the Rosshütte can be tackled via the slope. After some strengthening at the mountain restaurant Rosshütte, it’s back to the valley station on the family slope.
Another bonus are the perfect conditions. The high altitude of the Seefeld plateau promises snow reliability throughout the entire winter. At the same time, the danger of avalanches is comparatively low in the open terrain. (Please mind the avalanche warnings on the panoramic boards of the lift stations!)
Athletically conquering the slopes and hiking trails during the day, relaxing in the spa area at night: AlpenParks Alpina Seefeld offers a diverse holiday experience for everyone. The versatile leisure activity offers in the region and the extensive included services in our resorts fulfil your every wish.
Spend beautiful winter days with ski mountaineering in Tyrol. Find the right packages and offers at AlpenParks Alpina Seefeld!