The 5 Tyrolean glaciers
Glaciers bring additional value to mountain tops: more snow, more sun, more views, and more fun! Enjoy your time here not only in winter but from autumn until late spring, and in Hintertux even all year round. Don’t miss out on this amazing ski fun at the five major glacier ski resorts at Kaunertal, Pitztal, Sölden, Stubai, and Hintertux.
The 5 Tyrolean Glaciers offer a total of 300 kilometres of pistes, 75 cable cars and lifts, as well as 100 kilometres of off-piste skiing routes, action-packed snow parks, hidden ice caves, and a world of 007.
The panoramic Kaunertal Glacier Road with over 29 sharp turns takes you up to 2,750 metres above sea level, to the edge of the Weißseeferner glacier – from there, you can simply head straight out to the ski slopes. Kaunertal Glacier is definitely still a hidden gem in Tyrol. This is where you can enjoy skiing and nature without crowded pistes and long lift queues.
Further information at kaunertaler-gletscher.at
A place for original thinkers
- Embedded in a mountain world surrounded by more than thirty three-thousanders
- Wide slopes with natural snow
- Shredder world at the Snowpark Kaunertal
- Secret spot for freeriders: several powder slopes with pristine snow
- Guaranteed snow between late September and early June
- Black Ibex – Austria’s steepest run
- New from December 2021: Weißseejoch gondola 3,044 m
High, higher, the Pitztal Glacier! Pitztal Glacier is not only home to Austria’s highest café but also offers the highest standard of skiing: Perfectly prepared pistes, divine powder slopes, and firn runs are awaiting ski fans.
Skiing on Tyrol’s highest glacier
- 68 kilometres of slopes with 120 hectares of pistes at the Pitztal Glacier and the ski resort Rifflsee
- 41 kilometres of perfectly prepared natural snow pistes with a snow park at the Pitztal Glacier
- 10 kilometres of groomed cross-country ski trails
- Austria’s highest cable car and Austria’s highest café at 3,440 metres
- Bambini pass: free of charge for children under the age of 10 when accompanied by a paying parent
- First Tyrolean ski touring park with three ski touring tracks
The glacier ski resort of Sölden
With a surface covering more than 20 square kilometres, Sölden's glacier ski area ranks among the largest in Tyrol and all of Austria. At high Alpine altitudes between 2,675 and 3,250 metres, snow is always guaranteed on the scenic mountain flanks of Rettenbachferner and Tiefenbachferner. The place to be for ski enthusiasts.
Hotspot at 3,340 metres above sea level
- The Alpine Ski World Cup starts at the end of October in Sölden
- Hannibal – this glacier spectacle takes place every second year
- The BIG3 – 3 ski mountains with 3 viewing platform at over 3,000 metres
- 15 kilometres – the longest run from the Schwarze Schneid into the valley
- Each skier has around 400 square metres of pistes to themselves
- 007 Elements – James Bond World
There's something for everyone in the kingdom of snow: Ski freaks, families, connoisseurs of food, and freeriders will find everything the heart desires. The Stubai Glacier is located just 45 minutes from Innsbruck. The SKI plus CITY pass Stubai Innsbruck offers an ideal connection and many advantages for visitors who want to explore even more ski resorts and many destinations for excursions in Innsbruck.
The kingdom of snow
- Austria’s largest glacier ski resort with 65 kilometres of slopes
- 45 minutes by car from Innsbruck
- BIG Family Stubai Glacier for children between 3 and 15 years of age
- Stubai Zoo: The snow park with Pro, Medium and Jib Line at 3,000 metres
- Top of Tyrol viewing platform at 3,210 metres
- Restaurant Schaufelspitz
- Ski+City Pass: ski pass + entrance to destinations for excursions in Innsbruck
Skiing in summer? Hintertux Glacier in the Zillertal Alps is Austria’s only all-year-round ski resort. It offers ski enthusiasts superb views of mighty mountain giants as well as the probably highest number of open pistes in autumn paired with fresh powder for drawing the first lines.
365 days of ski fun
- 60 kilometres of slopes with all different levels of difficulty
- 21 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts
- Funslope, Kidsslope & Betterpark Hintertux
- Nature’s Ice Palace
- Wheelchair-accessible ascent from the underground carpark all the way to the panoramic terrace at 3,250 metres