Winter vacation in See in the Paznaun
Snow, snow, snow
See and the entire surrounding Paznaun Valley are a paradise for fans of snow in winter. Snow-covered hillsides as far as the eye can see, well-prepared slopes, one-of-a-kind winter hiking trails, exciting toboggan runs, and idyllic cross-country ski trails are just waiting to be explored. And the possibilities for families, such as the ice rink in See, are also seemingly endless. Choose your own highlight and enjoy incredible winter moments with us in Tyrol.
Winter time is tobogganing time
Both child and adult sledders will have a great time tobogganing in winter in the See ski region. The 6 km (3.7 miles) toboggan run starts at the panorama restaurant in See and drops 744 meters (2,440 feet) in elevation. A special experience you certainly wouldn’t want to miss is moonlight tobogganing known as “Medrig at Night”. Enjoy the feeling of wind in your hair and the adrenaline. Your winter vacation is packed full of action and fun.
Skiing and snowboarding
in See and the region
The apartment building Haus Herzblick promises you pure vacation fun in winter thanks to its unbeatable location, which is just a short walk away from the ski lift in See. The lift takes you to the snow-rich family ski resort of See that features around 40 km (24.9 miles) of well-groomed slopes. It’s a wonderful ski resort for beginners and families with children, but experienced skiers are also bound to get their thrills here. The winter sports mecca of Ischgl is also located only half an hour away with the free ski bus.
Another highlight in See is the night skiing and moonlight tobogganing event “Medrig at Night.” Enjoy a ride under Tyrol’s unique starry ski and spend your next ski vacation here.
Close to nature
Winter hiking and ski tours
Far away from the action on the slopes, nature lovers will find many trails in pristine nature in and around See. The network of winter hiking trails in Tyrol’s Paznaun region covers 60 kilometers (37.3 miles) at 1,060 meters (3,478 feet) elevation and all the way up to 2,036 meters (6,680 feet) elevation. No matter if you’ve got snowshoes or skis to climb the mountain, just bundle up and head off.
Newbies can take their first turns in the snow with our experienced trail and mountain guides. After all, it’s much easier to appreciate the beauty of the mountains with a guide who can keep you safe from potential hazards.