Are you looking for a ski resort where your whole family will have fun? Head to See in Tyrol, Austria! 41 perfectly-prepared kilometres of slopes are home to unlimited skiing fun. From kids to beginners, and from leisurely skiers to downhill pros – everyone will find the perfect trail in the See ski resort.
Facts and figures: See ski resort
- 41 km of slopes
- 9 cable cars and lifts
- Practise area for beginners and kids
- Ski under the starry ski – night skiing
- Family-friendly prices and deals
- Many great activities off the slopes
- Luxurious rides with the VIP Gondola
H3: See: the ski resort for the entire family
One thing is clear: the See family ski resort is heaven on earth for kids. This winter sports paradise in the Tyrolean mountains specialises in catering to families with children. Both on and off the piste, friendly hosts take care of guests young and old, creating a unique atmosphere where the whole family will feel right at home.
Practise area for beginners and kids
The middle station of the ski gondola is home to an extra-special practise area for kids and beginners. The area has just a slight slope and a flat finish area, making it perfect for learning your first moves. So, are you ready for a bit more action? Great! There are also many easy slopes in the See ski area.
Trail colours and levels of difficulty
Just as in any other ski resort, the ski trails in See are marked with colours. Each colour gives you information about the level of difficulty and the condition of the trail.
Families with children, as well as beginners, should head to the blue slopes. With a maximum incline of 25%, these trails can be skied without much effort. The red runs are a bit more difficult. The incline can reach up to 40%, thus creating higher speeds. The black trails in the See ski resort are intended for experienced skiers – good skills are a basic requirement.
Lifts and open ski trails in See
Let’s go! The modern ski lifts in See take you from the centre of the village right into the ski resort. Get an overview of the entire region with the interactive trail map. Would you like to see even more? Check out the live feed from our webcams.
Skiing fun and fair prices
Skiing with the whole family is expensive – that’s for sure. Fortunately, the See ski resort has excellent deals for family skiing! See ski pass prices and learn more about SkiHit Package ski passes which include 6 unbeatable discounts.
Skiing and tobogganing under the starry night sky
Have you ever skied in the moonlight? Why not try night skiing? Glide over the snow with people you love under the starry night sky. If you don’t want to ski or snowboard but still want to have fun under the stars, you can try night-time tobogganing. Zip down towards the valley on the approximately six-kilometre-long trail – challenge your friends or family to a race!
Safety first – be safe on the slopes
To ensure that nothing bad happens during your ski holiday, it is important to adhere to certain basic rules. It's best to read the FIS slope rules and learn more about proper behaviour on the slopes. In addition, you should always check current weather conditions and the avalanche advisories on the mountain.
Just in case something does happen, you can find help using the following numbers:
• See mountain rescue: +43 5441 8567 or +43 664 9178830
• See ski patrol: +43 5441 8288-22
• See ski lifts: +43 5441 8288-0
• Kappl police: +43 59 133 7143
Ready to hit the slopes at the family-friendly See ski resort? Book your holiday today!
We endeavour to offer you the best piste conditions every day; nonetheless when there is new snowfall, even when a great deal of piste machines are in operation, it is not always possible for all the pistes to be prepared at the same time.
Moreover, in certain weather conditions and snow conditions, new snow may not fuse with the snow lying beneath it and, in spite of preparation, this new snow is then displaced when skiers make some initial turns in the snow. This creates snow heaps (moguls) and is not the result of insufficient piste maintenance. What’s more, during ski operations, unfortunately it is not possible to continuously prepare the pistes, since this is very dangerous.
Please note - the ski pistes are closed every day from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a. m. During this time using and staying on the pistes is generally prohibited. This is when the pistes are prepared with cable winches, i.e. cables which pull piste machinery across the piste.