Where on earth are you reading this article? Did you come by it by electronic means or conventional print? Is this the first time you have come across the name Seefeld. If you are familiar with Seefeld. Do you instantly picture it as one of the up - market hangouts for the rich and famous? Do you automatically link it in social circles with the likes of St. Moritz, Gstaad, Lech or Cortina? If not I am here to tell you dear reader that you should. If you need reasons, here's a few. For instance Seefeld has got it all when it comes to amenities. A dynamite selection of five star hotels, a first class gaming casino, a sophisticated but varied nightlife, a very reachable global position, world class cross country trails and splendid golf and other summer attractions.

And what's more the resort has, in my living memory, hosted no less than two Olympic games. So why is it not a household name in the global circles of captains of industry and celebrities? Well, we have a theory. We think that Seefeld is in the market of providing the best, for the most discriminating visitors, on a quiet scale. We think that the area knows its clients want privacy as well as quality, and this is the place they can get it. Not everyone wants to flaunt it just because they 've got it.

Seefeld is a resort that offers the visitor a good choice in skiing activities both alpine and Nordic. And its development of non-ski, state of the art sporting facilities, in addition to one of the most formidable collection of first class hotels and restaurants on the globe, guarantee the visitor enjoyment and comfort.

The hosting of the Nordic events in two winter Olympics and one world championships, have Seefeld's credentials firmly established on that score. However prospective visitors sometimes overlook Seefeld's more than adequate recreational alpine skiing possibilities. Let's have a look at them shall we?

There are two ski areas in Seefeld, serviced by 19 lifts and boosted by a whole host of sophisticated new snow making equipment. The skiing here is best suited to beginners and decent recreational intermediate a skiers, thus making Seefeld an excellent resort to improve your skills. To help you along the road to improvement, the ski school has 100 qualified English speaking instructors. The skiing on the Roshutte is the most challenging in the resort and ideal for the more serious and more experienced skier, but not the real expert. More

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