Explore all the variety of our region with the See cable cars and enjoy the fantastic views of the Tyrolean Alps. Operating in both summer and winter, the cable cars in See treat passengers to safety and comfort. Hop on and discover the wide range of things to do in the family-friendly See holiday resort.
Are you travelling with kids and need help getting your entire crew up the mountain? Attendants will be happy to lend a hand and help you and your children in and out of the cable cars. After all, family-friendliness is the top priority here.
Incredible slopes and modern lifts
Beautiful ski slopes, snowy trails and breathtaking panorama views. The See ski resort is home to the best winter sports. 41 kilometres of slopes in all levels of difficulty await beginners, families and pros. Try your first turns on skis or your snowboard and enjoy an unforgettable ski day with your whole family.
Unbelievable! The six-seater Medrigjoch gondola needs just six minutes to take you to the See ski resort. 2,100 metres long and with a difference in altitude of over 500 metres, it is the longest and strongest cable car in the See ski resort. Visitors can use nine lifts for unlimited skiing fun. There are also two magic carpets at the practise area for kids and beginners.
Skiing fun for kids and beginners
Kids have a special place in the See cable cars. From the Kids Club to practise areas or ski lessons – your little ones will love their holiday in See. And because practise makes perfect, skiing and snowboarding newbies can easily reach the practise area thanks to the See cable car.
Are you visiting See with a pram and want to watch your family on the slopes? The six-seater Medrigjoch cable car is happy to transport even the tiniest passengers up the mountain!
See cable cars in summer
The cable cars in See take you up the mountain in summer, too. Crystal-clear mountain lakes, lush green meadows and plenty of hiking trails are just waiting to be explored. Would you like to take a leisurely hike with the whole family? Head to the Versing Alm – the trail takes just about 45 minutes. Are you in need of something more challenging? Climb the 3,004-metre-high Furgler! Mountain biking fans will also find so many great bike trails around See.
Would you like to read more about the Bergbahnen See cable car association and its milestones? Click here to read more about their history!