- All breakfasts and 7 dinners are included.
- Guided Group
- Cross-country skiing
- Accom: hotel/lodge
- New trip
- Winter Adventures
As Austria’s premier cross-country skiing destination, Seefeld boasts an excellent variety of circuits around the several hundred kilometres of prepared tracks. During the first three days of cross-country skiing some more time may be spent in the easier.
5 days of tuition and one free day. We prefer not to specify in advance where we will ski each day. This is to enhance the flexibility and adapt to weather and snow conditions and to some extent the ability of each group. When choosing routes, the leader's priority will be to take in a variety of scenery and to ensure that participants become better and more confident skiers as the week progresses. A selection of easy tracks is available for learning or revising the basics before moving on to more varied terrain, such as circuits to Mosern, or up to Wildmoosalm where many kilometres of loipe explore silent forests. The Leutasch Valley is off to the northwest, and here we can ski a further network of easy and moderate tracks. Several longer, more challenging days are possible by linking some of the more difficult routes, parts of which constitute previous Olympic and World Cup circuits. The scenery is outstanding, with snow-capped mountains of the Karwendal and Wetterstein ranges providing an inspiring backdrop.
Our second day of skiing.
We carry on cross-country skiing. See details in Day 2.
Third day of skiing.
We continue our explorations of Seefeld's loipen.
Free day; optional activities includiing snowshoeing, winter walking or a day trip to Innsbruck.
The free day will usually be today, although the leader may organise the days differently to make the most of the snow and weather conditions. Seefeld offers a variety of winter activities to try such as downhill skiing or winter walking (to arrange locally) or you can relax at the indoor swimming pool, or head to Innsbruck for the day.
We enjoy nice circuits for our last two days.
We conclude the week in the circuits around Mosern, or up to Wildmoosalm where many kilometres of loipe explore silent forests. Depending on the group ability, several longer, more challenging days are possible by linking some of the more difficult routes, parts of which constitute previous Olympic and World Cup circuits.
Our last day on skis.
See day 6 for details of possible routes for our last day.