Ski Seefeld by Train

48 km of piste between 960-2100m

Ski seefeld by train (c) Nic Oatridge

Very near the German border, Seefeld with its car-free streets is very family-friendly and has good facilities for beginners, intermediates and cross-country skiers. Lying in the lee of the Zugspitze, the snow record is excellent. Being so close to Innsbruck, it makes a great centre for exploring the winter delights of the region as well as being an easy day out in itself from Innsbruck.

The resort is barely half an hour from Innsbruck by train on the line out to Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany. The lifts to the two separate linked areas are on both sides of the village, each just a 10 minute walk away from the station.

Getting to Seefeld by Train

The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is Zweisimmen. Station adjacent to Gondola (left out of station). Note that the lift pass is good for all lifts in Gstaad Mountain Rides and on all local buses and the railway as far as Rossinière. Stations at Saanenmöser, Schönried, Saanen, Rougement and Château-d'Oex are all a few minutes walk from valley stations.

Piste Map for Seefeld

Ski and Snowboard using the Seefeld trail map

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