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Snow reports Olympic Region of Seefeld

3 Current daily snow depths for ski resorts
2 Ski resorts open
Ski resort open Ski resort closed

Europe > Austria > Tyrol > Olympic Region of Seefeld

Seefeld-Reith/Gschwandtkopf

Altitude info
1200 m - 1500 m (Difference 300 m)
Ski operation
Ski resort open
Snow depth
20 cm (Valley) 45 cm (Mountain)
Slopes
3.5 from 5 km open
Ski lifts
6 from 9 open

Europe > Austria > Tyrol > Olympic Region of Seefeld

Seefeld/Rosshuette

Altitude info
1230 m - 2064 m (Difference 834 m)
Ski operation
Ski resort open
Snow depth
20 cm (Valley) 50 cm (Mountain)
Slopes
18 from 20 km open
Ski lifts
9 from 12 open

Europe > Austria > Tyrol > Olympic Region of Seefeld

Leutasch/Hochmoos-Kreithlift

Altitude info
1100 m - 1360 m (Difference 260 m)
Ski operation
Ski resort closed
Snow depth
0 cm (Valley) 0 cm (Mountain)
Slopes
0 from 8 km open
Ski lifts
0 from 3 open
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