Ski Resorts

Ski Resorts Innsbruck

Skiing, snowboarding, freeriding, ski touring.
13 Innsbruck ski areas attract visitors to the Tyrolean winter sports region.

Innsbruck ski resorts: No less than 13 ski resorts provide variety in the Innsbruck ski area. Innsbruck's home ski area Nordkette with Seegrube can be reached by the Nordkettenbahn in just 20 minutes from the city centre. Freeriders make their tracks in the untouched snow slopes of the Axamer Lizum or on the Karrinnen downhill run with 70 percent gradient in the Seegrube. Ideal for the first or still uncertain attempts on skis, tranquil and family-friendly. Innsbruck ski areas for families and ski beginners are the Muttereralmpark, Kühtai and Rangger Köpfl. Special small children's areas and short slopes are offered by Kinderland Rinn, the Grünberglift and Sonnberglift in Gries. The Olympic mountain Patscherkofel and the Innsbruck skiing area Glungezer with one of the longest downhill runs in Tyrol offer mainly medium-difficulty slopes. Innsbruck skiing takes you high up to Kühtai, the highest ski resort in Austria. The largest glacier skiing area, the Stubai Glacier, crowns the Innsbruck skiing holiday. The SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck makes Innsbruck skiing holidays easy. The ski pass includes skiing in all 13 Innsbruck ski areas, admission to 3 swimming pools and use of 22 leisure facilities in the greater Innsbruck area.

Skiing Holiday Innsbruck

Stay for the winter.
In the Budget Design Hotel Hwest.
11 ski areas adjacent.
Stylish. Affordable. Easy access.
3km to Innsbruck.

Nordkette Cable Car: The Innsbruck City Ski Resort


Innsbruck skiing: Especially for advanced skiers. The Nordkettenbahn takes Innsbruck ski holidaymakers from Innsbruck city centre to the Hafelekar at 2,260 metres in 20 minutes. Adrenaline addicts plunge down the Karrinne with its 70 per cent gradient on one of the steepest downhill runs in Europe. On the Seegrube, snwoboarders meet in the Incity-Snowpark Skylinepark. Party in the evening at the Cloud 9 Igloo Bar. Legendary. The Seegrube restaurant not only offers good food on the slopes, but also a spectacular view over the Inn Valley. The Seegrube also offers a Kids Arena with magic carpet, snow hill and childcare.

Blue run: 1km | Red run: 9.2km | Black run: 0.5km | Ski routes: 4.7km

Ski Resort Axamer Lizum: Innsbruck Ski Area for everyone & freeriders


Just outside the city lies the Axamer Lizum at 2340 metres altitude with over 40 kilometres of pistes and 9 lifts. The largest Innsbruck ski area. For skiers of all levels. Perfectly groomed Olympic slopes are perfect for carving. The extensive freeride area is a hot sport for powder fans and freeriders. Freestylers and snowboarders will find what they are looking for in the Golden Roofpark. For ski tourers and piste tourers there are signposted ski routes, ascent routes and touring evenings on offer. On the largest sun terrace in Austria, in the panorama restaurant Hoadl, you can enjoy a delicious meal. With a fantastic view of Innsbruck.

Blue run: 6.6km | Red run: 24.8km | Black run: 1.2km | Ski routes: 5.9km

Muttereralm Ski Resort: Innsbruck Skiing for Families


Skiing in Innsbruck for families. Manageable. The small Muttereralm family ski area is just a stone's throw from Innsbruck. Starting point for the mountain runs - the villages of Mutters and Götzens. Beautiful practice slopes for beginners and returning skiers, varied family downhill runs, 3 toboggan runs, one of the most beautiful forest downhill runs in Austria (Götzener Abfahrt) and slalom race course from the "Pfriemesköpfel" for professional skiers. The Playground Kinderland is located directly at the Muttereralmbahn mountain station. Here and opposite at the Almboden T-bar lift, families will find a practice slope, fairytale forest, ski school and a covered magic carpet. Authentic Austrian cuisine can be enjoyed in the restaurant or on the panoramic terrace of the Muttereralm.

Blue run: 6.4km | Red run: 7.8km | Black run: 1km

Ski Resort Kuehtai: Highest Innsbruck Ski Area


Skiing at Austria's highest ski resort in the Kühtai ski area. For Innsbruck skiers of all levels. The Kühtai ski area is 40 minutes away from Innsbruck. Here skiers will find a varied selection of slopes of all levels. Snowboarders and freestylers look forward to the KPark. Ski tourers get their money's worth in the adjacent deep snow areas to the Sulzkogel and Pirchkogel up to 3,016 metres altitude. An hourly tariff system, overall moderate prices, the 204m long KühTeppich and a WunderTeppich make the Kühtai ski area family-friendly.

Blue run: 9.25km | Red run: 26.77km | Black run: 8.08km

Hochoetz Ski Area: Innsbruck Family Ski Paradise


Innsbruck Skiing in the family-friendly Hochoetz ski area. With an average of 71 sunny days per season, one of the 10 sunniest ski areas in Austria. Winter sports adventures for young and old - Hochoetz offers a comprehensive range of family activities: predominantly blue and red pistes, lifts for beginners, practice lifts, Widis Kinderland, Widis Movieshuttle with 5D entertainment cinema, fun park below the Balbach chairlift for the slightly older ones, several children's ski schools, children's restaurant, playground and Austria's 1st igloo village for overnight stays. Experienced skiers can also expect more challenging pistes, ski routes through deep snow, a long downhill run to Ochsengarten and a permanent race track with timed runs to enjoy.

Blue run: 12km | Red run: 21.5km | Black run: 4km | Ski routes: 3.5km

Ski Resort Patscherkofel: Innsbruck's Ski Region in the South


The local mountain of Innsbruck. Venue of three Olympic Winter Games. Only 6.5km from Innsbruck. Innsbruck's Patscherkofel ski area offers skiers of all levels a great experience. The 7.5km-long Olympic run offers long, unadulterated skiing pleasure. The Innsbruck freestyle scene meets in the large snow park at 1900 metres altitude. Ski tourers will find signposted ski tours and touring evenings. A popular ski route leads from the highest point of the ski area to 2,248 metres above sea level with a phenomenal view. Snowshoe fans hike the Panorama snowshoe route. The smallest of families will find their winter sports adventure in Kofele's Kinderland.

Blue slope: 5km | Red slope: 10km | Black slope: 4km

Glungezer Ski Resort: Unspoilt Innsbruck Ski Area


The Glungezer panoramic ski area offers skiing fun for skiers of all levels in a natural atmosphere. Surrounded by the untouched nature of the Tux Alps. 12km from the provincial capital Innsbruck. With a length of 15km and a difference in altitude of 1360 metres, you will find one of the longest downhill runs in Austria here. The starting point is the highest mountain station at 2,304 metres above sea level with a fantastic view of the Nordkette all the way down to Tulfes. At the middle station you will find a practice lift with a wide ski meadow. "Klumpern" on single-runner toboggans offers unique fun for young and old. The ski area near Innsbruck also offers a wide range of cross-country trails, numerous winter hiking trails and many opportunities for freestylers and snowboarders.

Blue run: 6.5km | Red run: 15.5km | Black run: 1km

Ski Area Rangger Köpfl: Charming, affordable Ski Region near Innsbruck


Cosy, sunny skiing area. Charming for leisurely skiers, ski tourers and families. Located in the Inn valley, 12km from Innsbruck. Skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, hiking and ski touring. A total of 17km of long piste network offers a varied mix of difficulty levels and ski routes. For all levels of ability. The Bergbahnen Oberperfuss - Rangger Köpfl ski area is easy to reach and ideal for skiing, especially for children. A Kidspark offers a magic carpet and practice lift for the first attempts at boarding. For snowboarders and freeskiers there is a soft fun park near the mountain station. Night skiing takes place twice a week and 8km of the 10km toboggan run is floodlit.

Blue run: 7.8km | Red run: 7.1km | Black run: 1.7km

Ski Resort Schlick 2000: Small, manageable Innsbruck Ski Area


The largest ski area in the Stubaital, but small and manageable overall. The Schlick 2000 ski area is half an hour's drive from Innsbruck and extends over the Schlick high valley and the 2140 metre high Kreuzjoch. Despite its manageable size, the ski area offers very good conditions for families, ski tourers, freeriders, snowboarders and racers. Slopes of all levels of difficulty, Big Ron`s Kinderland with children`s lift, magic carpets and ski carousel, a snow park for freestylers and boarders, a Free Nature Park with natural halfpipe, a high-altitude cross-country ski trail, a speed track and beautiful freerider routes on the Kreuzjoch.

Blue run: 12km | Red run: 6.8km | Black run: 3.2km | Ski routes: 1.5km

Stubai Glacier: Innsbruck Glacier Ski Area


The largest glacier ski area in the whole of Austria. Accessible from Innsbruck in 50 minutes by car. Stubai Glacier offers a huge selection of natural snow slopes for all levels and ages. In the view of 109 three-thousand metre peaks! The highest piste reaches up to 3200 metres in altitude. Experienced skiers will find variety on numerous black and red pistes and a 10-kilometre-long valley run. The ski area is also considered family-friendly. With the Big Family Ski-Camp Kinderland and the BIG Family Slopestyle Funpark for children, even the little skiers are in good hands. The XXL Snowpark Stubai Zoo and 13 freeride runs off the marked slopes are a paradise for freeriders and snowboarders. In addition, a 200-metre-long ice grotto, the gourmet restaurant Schaufelspitz as the highest gourmet restaurant in the Alps and a separate children's restaurant are all enticing.

Blue run: 31.6km | Red run: 24.9km | Black run: 6.8km | Ski routes: 21.6km

Ski Holiday Innsbruck with reasonably priced base at Hwest Hotel Hall. Directly in Hall in Tyrol. 3km to Innsbruck. 10min to the unspoilt Glungezer Ski Area.
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