Helpful resort information to assist planning your trip to See.
- Season opens16 Dec 2023
- Season closes14 Apr 2024
- Restaurants | Bars8 | 4
- Nearest Airport Innsbruk
- Nearest Train Station Landeck
- Tourist Office Website
- Tourist Office Phone+43 (0)50990-400
The terrain at See includes::
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What's it like at See resort?
See in Austria is a small ski resort with just * ski lifts but it does boast a very impressive 1410 metres (4626 feet) of vertical descent. See is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. We have no information about the existence of any cross country ski trails at See. Almost half of the pistes at See are covered by snowmaking. The nearest airport is at Innsbruk and the nearest train station to See is at Landeck.
Explore See Location Map
Interactive See trail map and piste map. View the piste and trails as well as the surrounding terrain and mountain contours for backcountry action. Find and compare nearby resorts by clicking on the resort markers.
See Live Weather
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Visitor Reviews of See
JM_72 from United Kingdom writes:
What an absolutely brilliant and under-rated ski area! We stayed in See for 4 weeks (Feb-March, as part of a whole ski season) because it was cheap. We expected to ski there occasionally, and to get the ski bus to Ischgl most days. Boy, was I wrong! We ended up staying in See most days due to the excellent terrain, the uncrowded slopes, the cheap food, and the relaxed atmosphere and we actually ended up avoiding Ischgl.
It's easy to be unimpressed initially when looking at a piste map of See... only 4 lifts of any size (excluding the T-bars). But, wow, if ever there was a ski area that proves it's not the number of lifts but what you do with them, then surely See is it. Particularly if you catch this place after a fresh dump of snow, there simply is nowhere better.
The off-piste potential is amazing. Huge areas of excellent terrain to the left and right of Rossmoos lift, at a perfect red gradient, which remain untracked for days due to the low people density. And that's just for starters. Head over to the relatively new Versing lift, over in its own valley, and you are literally spoilt for freeride choice. This one single lift can keep you happy for days after a dump.
We heard that another lift is already approved and awaiting construction for the 22/23 season which will go up to Medrigjoch and open up vast freeride areas to the right of Rossmoos, and ending up below at the no. 1 valley run. There is also talk (as yet fruitless) of joining the area with Serfaus/Fiss/Ladis, which is just on the other side of the ridge, not least because Serfaus suffers from it's predominantly south-facing aspect.
Add to all of that cheap and excellent food, 1500m of vertical, and predominantly north-facing slopes, and you have one of the best and most overlooked small resorts in Austria. It's simply great, and we will definitely be back. Explore it before the crowds find it!
PS: the apres-ski in See is quite chilled, and obviously not up there with the likes of Ischgl, but hey, Ischgl is just a free 20 min bus ride away.
Resorts close to See
Discover ski resorts near See. Click below to view there ski resort guides.
- KapplLast snow: 7.0 cm Tue 16 MayLifts: 6Trails: —7 km away
- Landeck-Zams-FliessLast snow: 1.0 cm Tue 16 MayLifts: 7Trails: —9 km away
- SerfausLast snow: 7.0 cm Tue 16 MayLifts: 67Trails: —11 km away
- FissLast snow: 8.0 cm Tue 16 MayLifts: 19Trails: —12 km away
- ZamsLast snow: 2.0 cm Tue 16 MayLifts: 7Trails: 1512 km away