Cities of Austria: Seefeld
One of the most famous centers of the Tyrol region – located just 18 kilometers of North-west Innsbruck Seefeld www.Seefeld.COM / (Seefeld in Tirol, Austrians call it zefeld).
- Panorama Seefeld
- Seefeld streets
- Church of Zekirhe
- Museum building
Having a small mining plateau over Lake Wildze The relaxed town is considered one of the most attractive Alpine resorts of Austria – his herbaceous pastures planted with trees slopes and towering over all these harsh mountain peaks can be seen in each country guide. This is one of the most expensive resorts in the western part of Tyrol, eternally overcrowded by tourists, built up with large hotels, fashionable shops and indispensable manroom phikers that are considered to be his business card. Historical monuments here survived a little – parish Church Sanct-Oswald (XIV B.) On the central square, yes picturesquely located small Church of Zekirhe in the southeastern end of the village – perhaps, and all. Everything else is given to the deposit "His Majesty Sport" and all accompanying rest infrastructure. More than a hundred ski trails were laid around the city, and the same hiking trail, and the calm lake Wildze provides excellent opportunities for recreation from the water (however, on the slopes of Mösterer-Hyoe mountain slopes and other lakes, slightly smaller in size).
- Lake Wildze
- Summer landscapes Seefeld
- Central part of Zeerfelda
- Interior of the Church Sanct-Oswald
East of the station begins Funicular Rosshutte (from May to mid-October and from December to April; 13-15 euros), representing the most dramatic route in the mountains leading to the same name at an altitude of 1760 meters. From here there is a beautiful view of Array of Zugspitze (2963 m) North-west and begins many routes to the peaks east of the city. And then on the Harmelkopfbahn rope can be reached to Harmelkopf (2050 m), which starts an attractive descent to the city through the reither jochalm shelter or a relatively easy climbing route (about 1.5 hours) to the lying 2239 meters of the Nordlinger Hutte shelter. From here you can climb on Raiter-Spit peaks (2374 m, about 1 hour on the road) or Seefuelder Spitz (2220 m).
SEEFELDER JOCHBAHN cable car (work schedule and rates The same) rises in the eastern direction to the meadows of Seefuelder-Yoch (2064 m) and peak Seefelder-spitz. And from the southern outskirts of the city, the lift leads to a shelter with a difficult-acting name GSchwandtkopfhette (Gschwandtkopf Hutte) and the peak Gswandtkopf (1495 m). Dozens and dozens of ski slopes of all levels of difficulty run around all these routes.
This is one of the most attractive Alpine Resorts of Austria and one of the most expensive in the western part of Tyrol, eternally overcrowded by tourists, built-up with large hotels, fashionable shops and indispensable manroom phikers that are considered to be his calling card. More than a hundred ski slopes and as many pedestrian trail are laid around the city, and the calm Lake Willhdze provides excellent opportunities for recreation from the water (however, on the slopes of Mösterer-Hyoe mountains and other lakes, slightly smaller in size).
- Seefeld in winter
- Christmas Bazaar in Seefeld
- Peak Pleisenspitze
- Capella Reith
Seefeld is considered the Austrian capital skis (there were competitions in this sport during the Olympics of the Olympics of 1964 and 1976) and one of the best ski resorts in Europe – 266 km of the Olympiaregion Seefeld ski area pass through the most picturesque places and have an interesting relief. At the same time, all conditions are created here for cross-country skiing both and for cross country, biathlon, dog sledding races and so on. Taking into account the well-groomed and illumination of most of the tracks and abundance of ski schools, it is not difficult to guess where footsteps are for the Olympic team of Austria.
As the Ski Center Seefeld can offer 19 tracks (40% – "blue" and "Green", 45% – "Red" and 15% "Black") total length of about 36 km. General indicators are not impressive, but it should be noted that there is both very broad slopes, perfectly suitable for learning newcomers and quite serious descents like "Red" Seefelder Joch – Seefeld (5 km of length with a drop of 870 m) or "Black" Reither Kar with similar characteristics (in this area is not uncommon, so the track is not always open).
Several areas of skiing – Rosshytte (ROSSH&# 252; TTE, 1748 m) with 20 km mainly "blue" Trails, Gschwandtkopf (Gschwandtkopf, 1495 m) with its mixed "Sine-green" Descents, Wright – Möster (Seefeld – Reith – M&# 246; Sern, 1474 m) with short "blue" Runs passing on the slopes of the cozy Valley of the slaves, the children’s region of GEIGENBYEL (Geigenb&# 252; HEL) with its three elevators and gentle rolls, as well as the Loytash – Weidach area lying in the north (Leutasch – Weidach) with its small (220 m) height difference and three lifts.
In any case, the track is not very complicated, so the resort is positioned as an ideal place for beginners. Wavy descents with Seefelder-yoch are not very complex, but outside the tracks and on the other hand the pass has extensive areas with deep snow and "Pooh". Exception is "Red" The track from the top of Harmelekopf (Harmelekopf, 2223 m) – it passes through a narrow winding ridge and places are very complex and exciting. And on the western slope of the mountain, Raiter-Spitz can be perfectly fun and without skis, descending on a 500-meter bobslery horror on car chambers.
The slopes are serviced by 25 lifts, a fan park has been opened at the Kreithlift lift and Stater Half Pipe near the lift to Rosshette. Rosshutte Funicular Beginning Eastern Railway Station (operates from May to mid-October and from December to April; 13-15 euros) leads to the same name at an altitude of 1760 meters, from where a beautiful view of the Zugspitze array (2963 m) is located in the north-west and a lot begins. Routes to peaks east of the city. And then on the Harmelkopfbahn rope can be reached to the Harmelkopf (2050 m) shelter, which begins an attractive descent to the city through the reither jochalm shelter or a relatively easy climbing (about 1.5 hours) to the lying at an altitude of 2239 meters Nordlinger Hutte. From here you can already rise at the peaks of Raiter-Spitz (2374 m, on foot about 1 hour in the way) or Seefelder-Spitz (2220 m).
SEEFELDER JOCHBAHN cable car (work schedule and rates The same) rises in the eastern direction to the meadows of Seefuelder-Yoch (2064 m) and peak Seefelder-spitz. And from the southern outskirts of the city, the lift leads to a shelter with a difficult-acting name GSchwandtkopfhette (Gschwandtkopf Hutte) and the peak Gswandtkopf (1495 m). And there are tens of ski slopes of all levels of complexity around all these routes.
The resort has a pool with a sauna and a parilicle, a thermal complex, outdoor and indoor rinks, closed courts, ski school (one of the best in Austria) and an indoor pool. There are also 60 restaurants, 60 clubs, famous for all Alps Casino, Kehelban, Cinema, Entertainment Center and Children’s Amusement Park, Horseback Riding in Manege and Sanya, Paragliding School, Curling and Squash.
Skating season lasts from December to mid-March – early April. Depending on the height of the place and orientation of the slope, the total duration of riding may change significantly – the season is somewhat longer on Rosshette than on Gswandtkopfe.
Seefeld Card’s local subscription (29 euros for 1 day, 56 euros – for 2 days) covers all zone lifts (ROSSH&# 252; TTE, GSCHWANDTKOPF, GEIGENB&# 252; Hel, BirkenLift). Those who are going to ride longer, it is recommended to use Happy Ski Card (83 euros for 3 days, 168 euros – for 7 days), which other than a longer period of action covers the entire zone of riding around the city (ROSSH&# 252; TTE – GSCHWANDTKOPF – GEIGENB&# 252; Hel – BirkenLift; Mittenwald, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Grainau, Ehrwald, Lermoos, Biberwier, Bichlbach, Berwang and Heiterwang), and this is about 100 lifts and about 200 km of trails in the surrounding areas.
How to get
You can get to Seefeld through Innsbruck (22 km along the road) and Munich (158 km) through Garmisch-Partenkirchen (33 km). Also easy to reach the train from Munich (through Murau and Garmisch), Vienna (400 km through Innsbruck) or Bolzano (110 km).