Cross-country skiing in Seefeld, Tyrol: the region has everything for beginners, advanced and professionals. Easy, medium and difficult trails for classic or skating on a total of 266 perfectly groomed kilometers. And if you feel like it, you can even take your dog along with you. And best of all: from the Batzenhäusl, it’s only about 150 meters to the starting point of the cross-country ski trails!
Seefeld is the cross-country skiing region in Tyrol
On the Seefeld high plateau, there are optimal cross-country skiing conditions at 1,180 to 1,550 meters. This is well known to professionals! After all, Seefeld hosted the Winter Olympic Games in 1964 and 1976, followed by the Winter Youth Olympic Games in 2012. Moreover, also the Nordic World Ski Championships took place in Seefeld in 1985 and 2019. For many years, numerous professional athletes have been using this ski area as a meeting point for their season preperations.
Best location for cross-country skiing
Due to the close proximity of our hotel to the cross-country ski trails, you are guaranteed to reach the latter directly and without detours. Friends of the classic style will get their money’s worth on a total of 266 kilometers of groomed cross-country trails, while freestylers can let off steam on 112 kilometers of skating trails.
Cross-country skiing in the Seefeld region
On the longest trail in the Unterleutasch region, you run around 14 kilometers along the striking Arnspitze and Arnplattenspitze. This flat course also promises beginners a manageable and unforgettable experience in nature. Furthermore, there are a few places to stop for a break along the barrier-free route.
The C 9, Plaik, has some highlights and surprises in store for advanced cross-country skiers. The strenuous ascent is eventually rewarded with a stunning view over Leutasch. At the end of the 8.7 kilometer loop, you can look forward to a rapid descent that will take you back to your starting point.
Night cross-country skiing in Seefeld
Special highlights are the three-kilometer night trail between Seefeld and Mösern and the 400-meter-long short route at the Alpenbad Leutasch. Here you can ski through the sparkling, snow-covered landscape every day between 5 and 8 p.m.
Cross-country skiing with your dog
The 1.5 kilometer long dog trail in Leutschach offers mistresses, masters (whether skaters or classic cross-country skiers) and their beloved four-legged friends a perfect route to work out together. Your loyal companion can romp around in the snow to its heart’s content while you make your laps in the snow.
All cross-country routes at a glance
If you can hardly wait for your winter vacation in Seefeld, we recommend taking a look at our network of trails and paths. The region boasts a wide range of cross-country skiing opportunities. All of the trails with detailed descriptions can be found in the Seefeld trail overview. Additionally, you can find out about the current snow conditions on our webcam page.
Your safety while cross-country skiing is also taken care of
The Olympiaregion offers a unique trail service as well as trail rescue. Helpers are quickly on site, while the interaction between the Tyrolean rescue service and the ÖAMTC air rescue service ensures high quality first aid and a timely rescue.