The skiing area Rosshütte on Mt. Härmelekopf is one of the most important winter sports centres of Seefeld.
Skiing, snowboarding or simply enjoying the sun - there is something for everyone in the snow sure skiing area of the Bergbahnen Rosshütte lift facilities. It is considered to be a perfect skiing area for families and is particularly popular with those who love simple slopes. The skiing area owes its name to the Rosshütte mountain restaurant at 1,760 m a.s.l. which invites you to stop.
The 25 km of slopes belong to the ski carousel Olympic Region Seefeld and have received the quality award of Tyrol. We would like to highlight the “Kaltwasser” training track as well as the BMW xDrive “Skimovie Race Track”. Furthermore, some years ago the slope leading from the 2,224 m high Härmelekopf, a peak of the Karwendel mountain chain, was broadened and partly straightened. A highlight: Four times a week the illuminated slopes invite to the famous night-time skiing - and you won’t be cold, as the chairlifts are heated and equipped with weather protections.
Snowboarders can look forward to the Fun Park “Crazy Hole” with a Freestyle Landing Bag. Children, however, feel at ease in the “Sportis Kinderland”, a kids area with a slalom course on 20,000 sqm. The Snow Card Tyrol (more than 90 skiing areas in Tyrol), the Freizeitticket Tyrol (32 skiing areas and other leisure time facilities in Tyrol) and the Happy Ski Card Seefeld (skiing areas Rosshütte, Gschwandtkopf, Birkenlift & Geigenbühel) are valid in this skiing area.
In order to protect the health of guests and the local population, the winter season 2019/20 will be closed earlier this year, on 16 March 2020. This is a preventive measure against the further spread of the COVID-19 disease.
Season 2019/2020: December 7, 2019 - April 5, 2020 *
Opening hours: 8.30 am - 4.30 pm
Altitude: 1,234 - 2,064 m a.s.l.
Ski slopes: 25 km (11 km easy / 6 km medium / 1 km difficult / 7 km ski routes)
Snowmaking: 100% of the slopes
Lift facilities: 14 lifts
Cross-country ski tracks: 245 km in the Olympic Region Seefeld
Further information: phone: +43 5212 2416-0, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions!