The Austrian city of Innsbruck is one of Europe’s oldest and most beautiful ski centres. Nestled in the Tyrolean Alps, the area is perfect for skiers and boarders of all levels, all skiing regions are within easy reach and offer their visitors a wide variety of sporting activities. Having hosted the Winter Olympics twice, they really have all winter sports covered.
The winter sports capital Innsbruck reads like a wish list: easy for beginners, steep for advanced skiers and extreme for free riders. That is all available with just 1 ski pass where you ski in 9 different ski resorts. And once you have finished your last run you can enjoy the amenities the capital city of the Alps has on offer.
The Innsbruck skiing region is ranked among the top winter sports resorts in the Alps. There are six different ski areas around Innsbruck: Hungerburg, Igls, Tulfes, Mutters, Axamer Lizum and the Stubai Glacier. A free and frequent ski bus brings skiers to their destinations.
Past and future meet in the heart of the Alps, where Innsbruck’s world-famous sights, which testify to the Tirol province’s great past, stand alongside post-modern international architecture to create a fascinating blend. . For a look into traditional Tyrol art and crafts, like Christmas cribs and hand-carved sleighs head to the The Volkskunst Museum. If you’re visiting Innsbruck around Christmas-time, there’s nothing like experiencing the city’s idyllic Christmas Market, which features nearly a hundred arts and crafts decorations.
|Ski Area Size||126 acres|
|Season||December to April|
|Terrain||0% beginner, 7% intermediate, 87% advanced, 7% expert|
|Nearest Airport||Innsbruck (3 Miles), Munich (61 Miles)|