Pitztal Glacier

A superlative experience at 3,000 metres

Are you looking for the highest standard of skiing? Then the Pitztal Glacier is the right place for you. It’s Tyrol’s highest glacier and offers perfectly groomed pistes. It’s also home to Austria’s highest café. Coffee & homemade cake tastes even better at 3,440 metres above sea level. While enjoying your coffee on the free-floating panoramic terrace, you’ll be able to gaze not only at the Wildspitze peak – the highest mountain (3,774 metres) in North Tyrol – but also a further 50 three-thousanders. Moreover, the Pitztal Glacier is home to the first Tyrolean Ski Touring Park with three different levels of difficulty. Open all winter long: Due to the high altitude, tours are possible at an early or a late stage of the season.

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Current slope conditions on the glacier

Friday, 24.06.2022 23:00

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Pitztal Glacier closed
27.06.2022 Partly cloudy7-day forecast
Mountain 7°/13° min./max. °C
Wind 14 km/h
Depth of snow na/na min./max. cm
Last snowfall -

Slope conditions
Pitztal Glacier

Tue, 28.06.2022 Fair
Mountain 10° Highest temperature 2° Lowest temperature
Wind 12 km/h
Wed, 29.06.2022 Clear sky
Mountain 12° Highest temperature 1° Lowest temperature
Wind 13 km/h
Thu, 30.06.2022 Clear sky
Mountain 13° Highest temperature -1° Lowest temperature
Wind 15 km/h
Fri, 01.07.2022 Clear sky
Mountain 14° Highest temperature 0° Lowest temperature
Wind 18 km/h
Sat, 02.07.2022 Fair
Mountain 12° Highest temperature 2° Lowest temperature
Wind 17 km/h
Sun, 03.07.2022 Light rain showers
Mountain 12° Highest temperature 1° Lowest temperature
Wind 6 km/h
Pitztal Glacier

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Slopes and fun parks

Total amount

Lifts:12 Ski slopes:29 Funparks:2


Gondola lift / cable car:3 Chair lifts:4 T-bar:4


Lifts:1 Ski slopes:0 Funparks:0


Condition of slope into the valley:closed Ski area:closed

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