News from the Seefeld Plateau
Since the Winter Olympic Games were held in 1964 and 1976 in Innsbruck, the Seefeld Plateau has become well-known around the globe. In 1985, the Nordic Skiing World Championships were also held in Seefeld Tyrol.
The Olympic Region Seefeld continues to be acclaimed as an optimum holiday region for mountain-lovers and cross-country skiing fans. The climate ranges from snowy and snow-guaranteed to sunny and hot in the summer. The Olympic Region Seefeld is comprised of the localities of Seefeld, Leutasch, Reith bei Seefeld, Mösern and Scharnitz. The Seefeld Tyrol region particularly became well-known as the venue for various winter sports championships.
The summer in Seefeld Tyrol offers everything that the summer holidaymaker’s heart desires. Starting with the many sports activities in the Seefeld Plateau, on the Wetterstein, in Leutasch, Seefeld or one of the many other places in the surrounding area. Family excursions to the Bee Nature Trail, forest walks or cooling off in the adventure pool, are also some of the pleasant alternatives on the Seefeld Plateau. Recommendations for hiking routes and mountain bike tours can be picked up in your hotel on the Seefeld Plateau, including the appropriate maps.
Beneficial relaxation during extended walks or in the wellness areas of the star hotels in Leutasch or Seefeld make it easy to switch off from everyday life.
Anyone who enjoys sports activities is in exactly the right place on the Seefeld Plateau in Tyrol. It offers its visitors snowy and particularly snow-guaranteed winters. The vast cross-country skiing trails in the Olympic Region make cross-country skiing a special type of experience, due to the breathtaking, idyllic nature. Here, it doesn’t matter whether you use the classic cross-country skiing style or if skating contributes more to your cross-country skiing pleasure. The Olympic Region Seefeld was named the best cross-country skiing area in 2007. Naturally, on the subject of winter fun and winter sport, skiing and snowboarding must not be left out. The ski areas in Seefeld Tyrol are linked by a free ski bus, in order to ensure that the available pistes in the Seefeld Plateau can be fully utilised.
Naturally, on the subject of winter fun and winter sport, skiing and snowboarding must not be left out. The ski areas in Tyrolean Seefeld are linked by a free ski bus, in order to ensure that the available pistes in the Tyrol can be fully utilised. But not just hobby snowboarders are familiar with the Olympic Region Seefeld. The infamous Air & Style Snowboard Contest was held in Tyrol, Seefeld from 2000 until 2004. Since 2003, the FIS World Cup of the Nordic Combination has been held in the Seefeld Region. These events are naturally an event that must not be missed for all winter sports fans, as well as winter fans.