The Ski Resort
The tranquil skiing area at Gschwandtkopf in Seefeld is perfectly suited for all those who want to rediscover the fun of winter sports after a long time or who are standing on the boards for the first time. Especially for families with young skiers, the easy descents on the 1,500 metre high Gschwandtkopf therefore offer the best conditions for a great skiing day.
From the Gschwandtkopf base station in Seefeld you can either take the drag lifts to the shorter downhill runs, where you can "warm up", or take the chair lift up to the highest point of the ski area, the summit of the Gschwandtkopf. From there you ski back to the base station on blue-marked slopes.
Alternatively you can go through a forested area to Seewaldalm, which lies between the villages Seefeld and Mösern. From here you can then use the drag lifts to get back up to the top and then take another blue marked run through the forest back to the slopes above the Gschwandtkopf base station.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 984 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Austria is 2365 ft. Runs and slopes are therefore relatively short. The highest point of the track is 4921 ft above sea level.
- Average snow depth during the season is 30 " at summit elevation and 15 " at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 41 " at summit elevation and 21 " at the base.
- Seefeld Gschwandtkopf features 54 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Austria is 52 sunny days. March is the sunniest month with an average of 20 sunny days.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
On Mountain Dining
The Sonnenalm rightly bears its name, because on the cosy terrace at the summit of Gschwandtkopf you can really enjoy the sun. In addition to the unique view of the Tyrolean mountains and the Inn valley, delicious regional dishes are served.
If you want to take a break before or directly after a day's skiing, the Sportalm at the Gschwandtkopf valley station is the place to be. The rustic hut offers Tyrolean specialities, delicious cakes or a hearty snack as well as a cosy sun terrace to relax.
The cosy Seewaldalm between the villages Seefeld and Mösern attracts with an open fireplace and fresh trout. Since there are also parking lots here, it is possible to start into the skiing area from here. Therefore you can still stop by for a drink in the Seewaldalm after a day's skiing.
Both the base station Gschwandtkopf and the parking lots at the Seewaldalm can be reached via blue marked runs. So even after the end of the lift hours you can still wag your way down comfortably.
The longest downhill run in the Seefeld Gschwandtkopf ski area is the 2 km downhill run to Seefeld, which has a difference in altitude of 300 metres.
The 142 km of winter hiking trails that are ploughed and gritted make it particularly easy to explore the idyllic winter landscape around the Seefeld Olympic region. In addition, there are also numerous snowshoe trails.
The Olympic Sports and Convention Centre in Seefeld is home to an artificial ice rink where you can ice skate or try curling.
A fun for the whole family is a fast ride on the nature toboggan run in the neighbouring Rosshütte ski area. The start is at the Reitherjoch Alm.
Après-Ski and Nightlife
In the Sportalm at the valley station Gschwandtkopf you can meet for a drink or two after the last descent. But Seefeld itself also has a quite a nightlife to offer, especially along the Olympiastraße there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate, such as the discotheque Buffalo or the Dancing Bar “Tenne“.
Dining and Restaurants
If you are looking for culinary specialities, you should visit the restaurants of the local host association “Culinarium Alpentraum“. In Seefeld, for example, you can visit the Gasthof Hirschen, famous for its game dishes, the Waldgasthaus Triendls, where you can enjoy freshly caught trout or delicious apple and cinnamon Kaiserschmarrn, or the Gasthof Tiroler Weinstube, where you can enjoy fresh chateaubriand.
Infrastructure & Rental
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Coming from Munich, take the Inntal motorway A12 to Innsbruck. At the exit Seefeld you go over the Zirler Berg to Seefeld. Alternatively, you can also travel to Seefeld via Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Mittenwald.
From the direction of Kempten you can travel via Füssen, Reutte, Fernpaß and Imst to Seefeld.