Close to Innsbruck, Seefeld is a pretty village sitting on a sunny plateau with Olympic standard snow sports. Part of the Olympiaregion Seefeld area, Seefeld has access to three downhill skiing and snowboarding areas, as well as a massive 279km of cross-country ski trails. Famous around the world for cross-country skiing, Seefeld is one of the best places to enjoy this sport regardless of whether you're a complete novice or professional athlete.For downhill skiing and snowboarding there are 48km of marked runs across the three ski areas, Seefeld, Mösern, and Reith, in the Olympiaregion Seefeld region. There you'll find slopes for all ability levels and some great off-piste options for the more adventurous. Snowboarders and freestlyers are well catered for with Seefeld's Crazy Hole snowpark. In the Rosshütte area this park covers 360m and has features which boarders and freeskiers of all levels will enjoy.Other winter fun can be found in Seefeld on the many toboggan runs, the night skiing slopes, and the outdoor ice rinks, or by snow rafting, paragliding, or trying out the snow bananas - where a group of friends can slide down the snow together on a big inflatable tube. As popular a destination for snow sports enthusiasts as with non-skiers and boarders, the car-free village of Seefeld has a wealth of activities, fantastic services, great shopping, and an excellent choice of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. You can use the village as a base to explore the other four villages in the Olympiaregion Seefeld area, as well as the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck and you can even take trips to nearby Italy. And you can also choose to holiday in style by visiting Seefeld's casino and staying in one of the luxury five star hotels. This truly is an all-round resort which appeals to a huge variety of people and is great for all kinds of holiday.