| The town is situated at 1200 metres on an open, South-facing plateau which has a very good snow record, and is supplemented nevertheless by a host of snow-making equipment. The two higher ski-ing areas rise to over 2,000 metres and there are 28 Km of perfectly prepared ski slopes, 266 Km of world-class cross-country ski-ing tracks and over 143 km of winter walks.
Seefeld has four ski areas, which are all on the edge of the town itself, just a few minutes by bus or car, (even on foot in the case of the Nursery slopes). These are then accessed by one train, two cable cars, five chair lifts (including two extensive heated lifts with slow access and exit), and approximately 20 other conventional lifts.
Horse-drawn sleighs await your custom in the Town Square if you feel like a sight-seeing tour of the local area, or they can take you through the snowy forest to the welcoming Wildmoos Alm for Lunch or Supper if you wish.
The Seefeld Ski School is justly proud of its record of success. There are over one hundred multi-lingual instructors at the school and both private lessons and classes are available for Alpine Ski-ing, Snow Boarding, Nordic Ski-ing and Cross-Country Ski-ing. The School also holds a fortnightly torch-light display of its talents by its Instructors on the Nursery Slope in the town, which is great fun to watch.
And please note - Villa Caroline can arrange discounted Ski equipment hire for its guests – just ask.
||A Winter scene in Seefeld
The Gschwandtkopf Ski slope viewed from Villa Caroline
The Rosshutte and Harmelekopf Ski runs viewed from Villa Caroline.