Cross-country skiing in Seefeld, 250 km loipes

The region Seefeld – Tirols Hochplateau has everything you need for an unforgettable cross-country skiing holiday in Tyrol. At an altitude of 1,200 meters you will find the vast cross-country skiing area within the centre of the Tyrolean Alps. Cross-country skiing is a tradition in Tyrol, and this reflects in its popularity. For each type there is a wide choice of cross-country skiing kilometres and level of difficulty in cross-country trails. The area is also regarded as a training and competition centre for top athletes. Thus, you are cross-country skiing in an area where top athletes also train. Directly next to the resort you will find the entrance to the cross-country trail, so you can start right away. 


On site you have the possibility to get a free cross-country skiing ticket, which allows you to use the cross-country skiing trails of the Seefeld region for the duration of your stay.


Discover the cross-country skiing network:

✓ 250 km loipes
✓ Night trails available
✓ Modern biathlon complex
✓ Professional cross-country rescue  
Entrance to the cross-country trail next to the resort


⭐ Tyrolean trails hallmark

You are also assured of optimal quality in terms of the cross-country skiing network because the trails have been awarded with the Tyrolean cross-country trail hallmark. The region has also been repeatedly chosen as a unique Alpine cross-country skiing area. 

⭐ Olympic region in Tyrol

The high altitude, the vast area and the ideal infrastructure offer the best conditions for cross-country skiing. The area is therefore home to top athletes. The region has a modern biathlon complex that can be used by professionals as well as beginners.

⭐ Cross-country skiing rescue

Safety during cross-country skiing is paramount at the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Thanks to years of experience of the Cross-Country Academy, a safety project has been set up to help cross-country skiers who have crashed in a very short time.

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