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    The resort of See is home to one of the steepest runs in Tyrol – Adrenalin. See also boasts some brilliant beginner slopes and a selection of great challenges for intermediate skiers. The Paznauntal Valley itself has some incredible ski touring, which is a must for advanced skiers and snowboarders – attempted only with an experienced guide of course!

    Closely linked with the likes of Ischgl, Kappl and Galtür, See boasts 41km of beautifully pisted slopes. The resort also provides a wide variety of runs for all abilities; with beginners, intermediates, advanced skiers and snowboarders all equally well catered for. With plenty of dedicated nursery slopes, you will have the chance to learn under some of the finest English speaking Austrian instructors on some of the most suitable beginner slopes in the region. 

    For the intermediates out there, there are a wealth of red runs including the Talabfahrt run that brings you right back down to the village. For advanced skiers, there are several black runs to test out, including some great night skiing on the black run, Panoramaabfahrt.

    The resort

    The first ski resort you will come to in the Paznauntal Valley from Innsbruck Airport is the family favourite Austrian resort of See. Located at the base of the valley in a stunning woodland setting, this quaint little town has raised a few famous citizens including the Snowboard World Champion of 1997 and 1999, Karl-Heinz Zangerl.

    Just a 30-minute bus ride from Ischgl, See is in a great location to try out the various different hot spots in the Paznaun region such as the village of Kappl – another resort in the area with its own ski slopes. You can get to Kappl on the bus but we recommend you try the beautiful winter hiking trail that connects the two; It may take a bit longer, but it allows you to truly experience the valley itself!

    Whilst in See, be sure to try some of the local delicacies. We wholly recommend the air dried bacon,  the Paznaun Alpine cheese. If you are looking for a different experience of the region though, then get involved with some of the après ski that See has to offer, or even trudge up the valley to the real partying hub, Ischgl.


    Top elevation: 2456m

    Resort: 1042m

    Lifts in area: 9

    Pistes: 41kms

    See profile

    • Beginner
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced
    • Snowboarding

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    Transfer details

    Transfer Time: From Innsbruck is approximately 1 hour.

    Transfer Type: Minibus or Coach

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