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Seefeld in Tirol

What’s special about our quaint village Seefeld

The idyllic Olympiaregion Seefeld in Tyrol welcomes you amidst the unique natural scenery of the Tyrolean Alps. Seefeld has very special experiences in store in every season at an altitude of 1,200 m. Perfectly groomed cross-country skiing runs and the two large ski regions Rosshütte and Gschwandtkopf lure you in winter. Cross-country skiing and alpine skiing aside, there are numerous other winter sport activities in Seefeld. The region can wonderfully be explored in summer on foot for a hike or on a mountain bike for a ride. Guests who like to keep things a bit calmer enjoy the great public pools.

Top-class sport events in Seefeld

Seefeld in Tyrol has been a popular venue of Nordic events time and time again over the last decades. The Nordic World Cup is held annually in Seefeld attracting numerous visitors from all over the globe. In 2019 the FIS Nordic Ski World Champions were held here for the second time. Additionally, Seefeld is called Olympiaregion (Eng. Olympic Games Region) with good region – Olympic Nordic events have been held here three times already.

Seefeld as part of the “Best of the Alps” union

The Olympiaregion Seefeld in Tyrol has been part of the “Best of the Alps” union, an association of twelve famous tourist destination in the European Alps, for over 20 years. The union stands for developed infrastructure, a special culture of life, extensive sport options, top-level events and flourishing tourism. 

What’s the special thing about the region Seefeld in Tyrol? For some it’s the upscale hotel industry and gastronomy, for others it’s the guests that come to Seefeld every year from a wide array of different countries. It’s certainly also the special charm the alpine region emits as well as the unique natural scenery. And, not to be forgotten, the mountains all around promising a memorable holiday year-round for both active guests and those looking for relaxation. 

Best see the beauty of our Olympiaregion for yourself.

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