There is for every cross-country skier
the right thing there

No matter if beginner, advanced or professional, the total of 37 cross-country trails (14 easy, 12 medium, 11 difficult) invite you to an unforgettable cross-country skiing experience. The extensive network of trails leads you through the regions of Seefeld, Reith, Mösern, Leutasch and Scharnitz, along the impressive Tyrolean mountains, through snowy landscapes and wintry forests.

Special cross country skiing experiences

Night owls can pursue their passion daily until 8 p.m. and do their laps on the well 3 kilometers long illuminated night trail by moonlight.
In Unterleutasch runs the longest cross-country ski trail of the region with about 14 kilometers. It belongs to the easy rounds and is therefore also suitable for beginners. On the barrier-free route there are a few places to stop for a break.

For ambitious cross-country skiers, the C 9, Plaik, is a popular choice. After a challenging climb, they are rewarded with a beautiful panorama over Leutasch. The 8.7 kilometers of the loop end with a rapid descent that leads back to the starting point.

A special highlight for all nature lovers and dog owners is the dog cross-country trail in the middle of Seefeld. It is one of the few designated dog trails in Tyrol and is ready for you and your four-legged friend with 2.5 kilometers. While mistress and master run in the track, their faithful companions can romp in the snow to their heart’s content and let off steam.

For the biathletes there is even one of the most modern biathlon facilities in Europe since 2010.

If you would like to study the entire cross-country skiing offer of the Olympic region, you will find a detailed description of all trails here. On the cross-country skiing map you have all routes and rounds at a glance.