Winter holiday in Seefeld in Tyrolat the Hotel Zum Gourmet
Winter holiday in the snowy paradise of Seefeld in Tyrol – enjoy the beauty of nature around the Hotel Zum Gourmet.
Tyrol’s high plateau at 1,200 m is not only a real feast for the eyes in a white dress of snow. In winter, Seefeld is also the scene of numerous exciting activities. Whizz down the slopes on skis or your toboggan, roam the wintry landscape on the cross-country trails, glide across the ice on ice skates or hike to breathtaking views.
On 37 kilometres of varied pistes and with 34 modern lifts surrounded by unique nature and grandiose mountains, beginners and the athletically ambitious, young and old alike can experience the pleasure of skiing. And due to its special geographical location, snow is guaranteed.Mehr erfahren
142 km of prepared winter hiking trails in the Olympiaregion Seefeld invite you to take leisurely walks with many opportunities to stop off in rustic huts. In pure nature, it is easy to take a break from everyday life, just breathe deeply and enjoy the magnificent landscape. Last but not least, numerous snowshoe hikers discover little paradises on the Seefeld plateau and enjoy the breathtaking view.Mehr erfahren
The Seefeld high plateau at an altitude of 1,200 metres offers the best conditions and snow guarantee for Nordic winter sports fun. Over 271 kilometres of cross-country ski trails, awarded the Tyrolean cross-country skiing seal of quality, lead through a fantastically beautiful winter landscape.Mehr erfahren
Numerous natural toboggan runs in the Seefeld region invite you to toboggan, a special winter experience for young and old. If you don't have your toboggan or sledge with you, there are many toboggan rental stations available.Mehr erfahren
Against the unique backdrop of Seefeld's Seekirchl and surrounded by the Tyrolean mountain landscape, you can make your tracks in the ice or discover your talent for curling during a free introductory training session. In addition to the ice rinks in the Olympia Sport and Congress Centre, there are also natural ice rinks and artificial ice rinks in the Leutasch floodplain.Mehr erfahren