Seefeld im Dezember 2007
photo by Markus Neuner

The gentle slopes of the Gschwandtkopf is the main area for beginners, where there's a very highly regarded ski school, but after conquering the beginner slopes there's another 1000 feet of vertical slopes to cover – don't worry, there's a quad chair to spirit you up to the top and get you started.

With one of the largest and best-regarded ski schools in Austria, Seefeld is a perfect spot to learn new skills or brush up on old techniques. And for families, it's a perfect place for all generations to get out onto the ski slopes. The other villages also offers small and friendly ski areas.

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