Seefeld in winter

Seefeld is one of the most popular winter holiday resorts in Tyrol and is therefore a "Diamant Tirol". Although there are a number of ski slopes in the area, skiing is not the absolute highlight here, as there are more varied ski slopes elsewhere in Tyrol. So why is Seefeld so unique in winter?

Aerial view of Seefeld

Seefeld is in a high and very sunny location, mostly above the fog line. While Innsbruck and other places in the area lie under a gray carpet of fog in winter, the sun is usually shining in Seefeld.

Toboggan hill in Seefeld

In Seefeld you can enjoy very good shops and restaurants as well as various walks around the city. A popular walk takes 25 minutes over a small hill from one end of the village to the other. Another leads along the frozen Wildsee lake (also called Seefelder See).

Wildsee Seefeld

Seefeld's attractions include an indoor swimming pool, an ice skating slope, small hills for tobogganing, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, numerous fashion shops and good restaurants.

View towards Seefeld

Arrival: By train directly from Innsbruck (about 20 minutes), the train stops in the center of Seefeld. If you have a car, there are plenty of parking options, but these are often overcrowded on sunny weekends. So you should arrive early enough.

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