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Rosshutte, Seefeld in Tirol

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With its numerous ski pistes and hiking trails, Rosshutte offers a playground for skiers, snowboarders, hikers, and mountain bikers. Three different cable cars will take you to different heights and stations of the mountain.Stop at the mid-station restaurant to taste authentic mountain products. Walk down or ride in one of the summit cable cars to Seefelder Joch or across to Harmelekopf. Visit Cold Water Lake--a manmade reservoir used in the winter to feed the snowmaking facilities. Hikers must be sure-footed and have good hiking shoes. To visit Rosshutte and get the most from your holiday in Seefeld in Tirol, create itinerary details personal to you using our Seefeld in Tirol trip builder.
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  • Amazing views, skiing to die for- and an amazing ski instructor you really can't ask for more. Have booked for next year.  more »
  • Good restaurant on the slopes no long queues at the buffet restaurant, everything was quickly and expertly prepared. Worth repeating
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  • We rode the Rosshutte on Christmas Day to experience a white Christmas. It was an easy way to travel up the mountain to experience the great views! Well worth it!  more »
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  • I really liked the stunning views. I also liked that the surface of the ski pistes doesn't get ruined till the late afternoon because they are quite broad. I am giving only 4 stars, because the ski resort is rather small and the main restaurant is mediocre.
  • Nice Self-service restaurant on the mountain. Great view! The food is o.k. or at least typical for those kind of restaurants.
  • 2 star may be a little harsh. But it was really busy 9-12 with no organisation for queueing. Then after lunch the slopes just got more and more lumpy. I'm a beginner, and the well used blue slope was insane by 3. Icy lumps about a foot up and down. For a beginner is nuts. I was lucky to come away with no injuries.
  • The area is so beautiful and the mountains and cable cars are excellent. However, I give 3 stars only because safety in hiking is really bad. We went to the top using the cable car and a 40 mins of hiking just to lose our way down and in 15 mins we were in the middle of nowhere. We needed 4 hours to make it back to Seefeld and it was extremely dangerous. No signs, no warnings and the map is totally misleading.
  • To expensive ski pass for the amount of slopes you can use and always to crowded