Ski Lifts in Seefeld

Seefeld has 27 ski lifts transporting up to 11,000 riders per hour. Seefeld’s ski lifts open daily from 9.00am-5.00 pm from early December until the beginning of April, and on Wednesday and Friday evenings for night skiing from 6.30-9.30 pm.

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Seefeld Ski Lifts & Lift Passes

Seefeld’s main ski lift complex is Talstation Seefeld, which is within walking distance from town if you’re not carrying skis. From here there is a funicular to the top of Rosshütte (1760m) as well as two cable cars, three T-bars serving a number of blue runs halfway up the Rosshütte and two high-speed six-person chair lifts leading to the Härmelekopf.

Seefeld’s newest lift, installed in 2007/08, is the 6-person high-speed Rosshütten Express chairlift with heated seats; known as “Rex”, it bypasses the main Rosshütte hub and avoids the necessity of skiing back down to the Talstation in order to get up again.

On the Gschwandtkopf there is one 4-person chair lift that takes you to the full 300mvertical to the top of the mountain and a number of intermediary drag lifts rising half way up. There’s also a slow single-person chair that runs from Reith to the Oetzihütte. For ski history aficionados, a ride on one of the world’s few remaining single chairs in a must.

Just outside the centre of Seefeld, tucked in behind Münchnerstrasse, there is a ski area for beginners and children with three draglifts, one at Geigenbühel and two above the Birkenliftstuberl.

Seefeld Ski Lift Companies

Bergbahnen Rosshütte Seefeld-Reith AG Seefeld
Olympiaregion Seefeld
Talstation 419
AT-6100, Seefeld
Tel: +43 5212 24160

Gschwandtkopflifte Seefeld
Olympiaregion Seefeld
am Gschwandtkopf
AT-6100, Seefeld
Tel: +43 5212 2490


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