in the Region of Seefeld in Tyrol

Winter in the region of Seefeld – you need to experience it. Numerous ski areas, almost endless cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or sledding, here everyone gets their money’s worth!

Finding strength and inspiration in the tranquillity of nature, optimised by a perfect infrastructure and an attentive hotel – that’s a winter holiday with us at Hotel Schönegg and in Seefeld in Tyrol!

Let us spoil you. Every afternoon we cordially invite you to a cosy chat in our hotel lobby and to our cake buffet.

Cross-country skiing for everyone

classic to skating style

Enjoy your cross-country skiing holiday in Winter in the Region of Seefeld with its extensive 262 km network of trails in all levels of difficulty for classic cross-country skiing and skating. High-altitude cross-country trails enable optimal conditions through to March. The night trail is particularly popular. Whether classic or skating style, world championship or leisurely – you set the pace, Seefeld provides the best cross-country trails and Sport2000 provides the best equipment!

Biathlon – an interesting alternative to cross-country skiing. The biathlon facility in the middle of the Nordic Competence Center in Seefeld currently has 9 stands for small caliber. Another 5 air rifle stands are also on site. Biathlon – experience it for yourself!

The Nordic Competence Centre currently consists of two new ski jumps, the biathlon facility and an additional roller ski track for summer training camps. Many national and international teams train in Seefeld. Watch the professionals train.

The Olympia sports centre is  the main starting point for cross-country trails (a leisurelyt 10 – 15 minutes’ walk through the pedestrian zone away from us). It has a ski preparation and storage space for your cross-country skis. The Lener Meadow  beginner’s trail is onlys about 5 minutes walk away from us. From this trail you can join the Aulandloipe and link directly to the main point of departure at the  Olympia sports center.

Cross-country pleasure for everyone

154 km classic and an additional 124 km of skating trails for all abilities are unique in Tirol. Perfectly maintained by a professional team from Seefeld’s Tourist Board. Snow-making facilities and high-altitude trails ensure excellent conditions. Sledge trails for wheelchair users, floodlit trails and dog tracks complete the comprehensive range. With your cross-country ticket you can also use the regional bus to all cross-country slopes – at no extra charge!

Biathlon in Seefeld

The biathlon stadium is  in the middle of the Nordic arena (with the ski jumps near the Gschwandtkopf) There are  9 stands for small calibre shooting and 5 more 5 Luftdruckgewehrair rifle stands .. Biathlon including gun and training.

Skiing for pleasure

only in the Region of Seefeld

32 cable cars and lifts bring you comfortably to the ski areas at an altitude of up to 2000 m. Snow-making systems ensure optimal slope conditions from mid-December to the end of March.

Whatever style – classic, snowboard or carving – you decide the technique and tactics and enjoy your well-deserved skiing holiday in Seefeld.

Ski rentals and ski schools are based at the valley stations! There is enough parking space at both ski areas or you can take the ski bus (the nearest stop is just 3 minutes’ walk from us).

There are 3 ski areas in Seefeld, beginners feel safest on the Geigenbühel, slightly advanced skiers love the sunny Geigenbühel and experts and snowboarders are best looked after at the Rosshütte.

Note: Beginners do not need a ski pass at the Geigenbühel for skiing lessons. For the last few teaching days, the drag lift costs 2 points for each trip.

Geigenbühel – right in the middle of town

Located right in the centere of Seefeld, only a 3 minute walk from us!

The Geigenbühel – for all children, beginners and spectators. While the children learn to ski / snowboarding (in a lunch break or at “exhaustion” are lovingly cared for in Gizzi’s kindergarten) adults can enjoy the sunny slopes of Seefeld or watch the little ones as they progress. Ski hire and skibuses to the other main hills are easily reached from the Geigenbuhel.


Gschwandtkopf (1500m)

Only five minutes on foot to the ski bus stop. Only 5 minutes to the bus stop. Recommended for intermediates and good skiers. Gentle slopes, prepared perfectly with sunny terraces, invite you to enjoy skiing.

Rosshütte (1760m)

Only five minutes on foot to the ski bus stop. Great value for intermediates and experts. Snowboarders prefer the Rosshütte with its specially created Funpark Crazy Hole. However, skiers and families can enjoy the many ski runs of all difficulty levels. With a 6-seater chairlift and funicular, there is almost no waiting before reaching a superb ski area. Cross to Härmelekopf (2054 m) or to the Seefelder Joch (2064 m) where the runs are challenging! Every Wednesday and Friday there is night skiing.

Winter in the Region of Seefeld hiking and snowshoeing

Winter hiking and snowshoeing is popular in Seefeld. Whether as a “day of rest” for skiers, as variety for cross-country skiers or hardworking walkers – you can explore more than 140 km of winter hiking trail.

140 km trails for all abilities are groomed every morning and gravelled from 5am  by the hardworking employees of the Tourist Association. Almost all trails are accessible for prams and pushchairs taking you to the warm sun terraces of mountain huts.

Of course, you can also use the free village shuttle bus or travel by regional bus to the start of numerous hiking trails.

Snowshoeing has become ever more  popular in recent years. Therefore, the Olympia region has built 7 marked snowshoe trails. Latest snowshoe models are available for hire in the various sports shops. Guided snowshoe hikes are available including equipment.

Enjoy this experience of nature in our snow-covered landscape.

Tobogganing in the Region of Seefeld

Tobogganing is not just for kids – even adults will enjoy the thrill of speed and the cold air in the face. Enjoy a hike up to the mountain pastures and the whizz down with the toboggan! Around the Olympia region there are several huts with toboggan hire, or take the Kreithlift, which takes you up before you come down on a toboggan.

We have a few sledges and toboggans you can use free of charge or you can rent them at the sports shop. Children’s sledging hills are only 5-10 minutes walk away.

FAQ - Häufig gestellte Fragen und Antworten

Wir haben genügend Parkplätze rund ums Hotel zur Verfügung. Eine Reservierung ist nicht notwendig.

Ja – wir haben einen Lift, welcher in alle Stockwerke und auch ins Tiefparterre fährt wo sich die Sauna, Infrarot und Dampfbad befindet. Ebenso wie der Skiraum mit beheizten Schuhtrocknern.

Wir sind ca. 3 Gehminuten von der Fußgängerzone in Seefeld entfernt. Zum Bahnhof sind es ebenfalls ca. 3 Gehminuten. Die Haltestelle für den kostenlosen Dorfbus ist ca. 250 m entfernt. Die Haltestellen der Regions- und die Skibusse sind ca. 350 m entfernt. Spazieren, Wandern, Radfahren und E-Bike können Sie direkt ab unserem Hotel. Der Hauptausgangspunkt am Seekirchl von Seefeld zum Langlaufen ist ca. 10 Gehminuten gemütlich durch die Fußgängerzone zu erreichen.  Das Skigebiet Geigenbühel (Kinder + Anfänger) ist zu Fuß erreichbar (ca. 300 m).

Die  Zimmer der Kategorie B, Juniorsuite A und A2 sind ohne Teppichboden. Die Hotelsuiten haben im Wohnzimmer einen Vinylholzboden und im Schlafzimmer Teppich.

Ein Teil unserer Hotelsuiten sowie alle Zimmer der Kategorie B2 haben eine begehbare Dusche.  Alle anderen Zimmer haben eine Badewanne mit integrierter Dusche und Glaswand ODER eine Badewanne mit begehbarer Dusche.

Wir haben Holzgitterbetten (60×120 cm), sowie Maxi Cosy, Kinderhochstühle, Buggys, Rodeln und Bobs in begrenzter Anzahl zur Verfügung.

Eine kleine Kinderspielecke befindet sich im Erdgeschoss, in mittelbarer Nähe des Speisesaals.

Wlan steht Ihnen im gesamten Hotel zur Verfügung.

Hunde sind in unserem Hotel willkommen. Wir berechnen entweder eine täglich Gebühr (bei Kurzaufenthalten) oder eine einmalige Endreinigungsgebühr.

Wir haben einige wenige Tische zur Verfügung, wo Sie Ihren Liebling zum Essen mitnehmen können. Wir empfehlen diesen Tisch bei Ihrer Reservierung gleich mitzubuchen da wir nicht immer garantieren können, ob diese Tisch frei sind. Im Speisesaal direkt sind keine Hunde erlaubt.

Salzlos, Gluten- und Lactosefreie Kost werden angeboten. Bei Diätküche oder ähnlichem können wir keine festen Zusagen machen.

Check-in ist normalerweise ab 15.00 Uhr und am Abreistag bitten wir Sie, die Zimmer bis 11.00 Uhr zu räumen.

Bademäntel und Badeschuhe erhalten Sie direkt an der Rezeption.

Wir haben einen absperrbaren Fahrradraum, wo Sie auch gleichzeitig Ihr E-Bike aufladen können.

Wir haben eine begrenzte Anzahl E-Bikes zum Ausleihen (gegen Gebühr) direkt hier im Hotel.

Im Hotel haben wir kein Hallenbad. Als Gast unseres Hauses genießen Sie den gratis Eintritt in das große Olympiaerlebnishhallenbad von Seefeld. Täglich von Montag bis Donnerstag.

Wir haben eine finnische Sauna, ein kleines 2 Personen Dampfbad und Infrarotstühle für Ihre Entspannung im Hotel.

FAQ - questions and answers

We have plenty of parking spaces available around the hotel. A reservation is not necessary.

Yes – we have a lift which goes to all floors and also to the ground floor where you will find the sauna, infrared and steam bath. As well as the ski room with heated boot dryers.

We are about 3 minutes walk from the pedestrian zone in Seefeld. It is also about a 3-minute walk to the train station. The stop for the free village bus is about 250 m away. The stops for the regional and ski buses are about 350 m away. You can walk, hike, cycle and e-bike directly from our hotel. The main starting point at the Seekirchl of Seefeld for cross-country skiing can be reached comfortably in about 10 minutes on foot through the pedestrian zone.  The skiing area Geigenbühel (children + beginners) is within walking distance (approx. 300 m).

The rooms of category B, junior suite A and A2 are without carpet. The hotel suites have vinyl wood flooring in the living room and carpet in the bedroom.

Some of our hotel suites and all rooms in category B2 have a walk-in shower.  All other rooms have a bathtub with integrated shower and glass wall or a bathtub with a walk-in shower.

We have wooden cots (60×120 cm), as well as Maxi Cosy, highchairs, buggies, toboggans and bobsleds available in limited numbers.

A small children’s play corner is located on the ground floor, in the immediate vicinity of the dining room.

Wifi is available throughout the hotel.

Dogs are welcome in our hotel. We charge either a daily fee (for short stays) or a one-time final cleaning fee.

We have a few tables available where you can bring your pet for dinner. We recommend that you book this table when you make your reservation, as we cannot always guarantee whether these tables are free. Dogs are not allowed in the dining room itself.

Salt-free, gluten-free and lactose-free food is offered. We cannot make any firm commitments for dietary cuisine or similar.

Check-in is normally from 3.00 p.m. and on the day of departure we ask you to vacate the room by 11.00 a.m.

You can get bathrobes and slippers directly at the reception.

We have a lockable bicycle room where you can also charge your e-bike at the same time.

We have a limited number of e-bikes for hire (for a fee) right here in the hotel.

We do not have an indoor swimming pool at the hotel. As a guest of our hotel, you enjoy free admission to the large indoor Olympic pool in Seefeld. Daily from Monday to Thursday.

We have a Finnish sauna, a small 2-person steam bath and infrared chairs for your relaxation in the hotel.