Almost uniquely, Seefeld has more cross-country trails than it does slopes – 245km in total – and is famous for its langlauf. Choose between classic or skate. The former is easier to learn and a more natural walking-running action, following tracks cut in the snow, whereas skate is aerobically more intensive, a bit harder to master, but offers more freedom and finesse. Your inner thighs will not thank you, but you’ll love the tranquillity away from the pistes.
In town, there’s a casino, bowling alley, cinema and swimming pool with spa. Eating out, you’re spoilt for choice, with around 50 restaurants to choose from. The nightlife is less extensive – but if it’s bright lights you’re after, Innsbruck is just down the road.