The small village of See with its family-friendly ski area is located at the entrance to the Paznaun valley in the Tyrol, home to the better-known ski resort of Ischgl.
The atmosphere in the village of See, situated 1,000 meters above sea level, is delightfully peaceful. The straightforward ski area boasts 41 kilometres of slopes and rises to an altitude of up to 2,500 meters. The wide slopes are for the most part marked blue (= easy) or red (= moderately difficult). Those who wish can ski in the evening on certain dates. The slopes are then floodlit and a “Fire on Ice” show can be seen. Night tobogganing is also possible several times during the winter. The six-kilometre natural toboggan run can be used during the day at any time.
Ski courses for children, either group courses or private lessons, are offered by the See Ski School. Small beginners practice on the terrain at the top station of the Medrigjochbahn. The practice area has a conveyor belt, a platter lift and a short drag lift.
More information: www.see.at