Exclusive yet down-to-earth, Seefeld in Tirol has hosted the Olympic Games on several occasions and is home to two ski resorts popular with families and locals.
Seefeld in Tirol is famous first and foremost as one of the world's leading cross-country skiing areas. Each winter it attracts guests from near and far keen to enjoy the alpine landscape and stroll through the charming village, but it also has two ski resorts where families with children and locals will find plenty of easy and intermediate pistes to hone their skills: the "Rosshütte" and "Seefelder Gschwandtkopflifte". The former is located at 1,740 metres above sea level and is mainly aimed at novices and families. The latter is a little lower at 1,500 metres and also first and foremost a place for beginners and intermediate skiers. Ski schools are available in both the resorts.