Winter and Skiholiday in Innsbruck

Wintersport in Innsbruck

Winter sport in Innsbruck The Innsbruck ski region, home to the Olympia SkiWorld, is one of the best winter sports centres in the Alps. Thanks to its unique location at the heart of the Alps, all of the ski resorts in the OLYMPIA SKIWORLD INNSBRUCK are within safe and easy access of the hotel using the free ski bus.

Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck

9 ski resorts, 300 km of pistes and 90 lifts

  • Axamer Lizum
  • Patscherkofel
  • Muttereralm
  • Nordkette
  • Rangger Köpfl
  • Kühtai
  • Schlick 2000
  • Stubai Glacier
  • Glungezer

Free ski bus service
Daily regular transport to all of the ski resorts from12.12.2015 to 10.04.2016 according to the timetable.


With the Innsbruck Card, you can explore Innsbruck and its holiday villages. The Innsbruck Card is available for 24 hours (€ 33), 48 hours (€ 41) and 72 hours (€ 47) with a 50% discount for children aged between 6 and 15 years old. 

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Magnificent architectural monuments, modern architecture, historic art, sporting achievements, cosmopolitanism and tradition: Tyrol’s state capital has always been a place of variety.

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Enjoy your shopping experience in the Rathausgalerien shopping mall or Kaufhaus Tyrol department store in Innskruck. Visit one of the many small stores in Innsbruck’s old town with their beautiful products and souvenirs to look at and buy. Or be captivated by Tyrol’s traditional crafts and culinary mementos to bring home with you.

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The Innsbruck region is a real paradise for winter sports fans, offering everything from family ski resorts to challenging descents for Alpine skiers, freeskiers, snowboarders and all beginners.



1,580 m – 2,340 m
The unique Olympic ski resort of Axamer Lizum, approx. 18 km from Innsbruck – the capital of the Alps – offers 40 km of ideally prepared descents with guaranteed snow for all difficulty ratings and is a paradise for all winter sports fans. 

Download: Winter panorama map, Axamer Lizum



900 m – 2,250 m
Follow in the tracks of the stars as you ski down the Olympic ski slope and enjoy the broad new family descent. The Patscherkofel offers pistes to suit all ability levels as well as exceptional breath-taking panoramic views over Innsbruck, Stubaital, Wipptal and Inntal valleys and the numerous peaks of 3,000 m and over.

Download: Winter panorama map Patscherkofel

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950 m – 1,800 m
Ever since it re-opened in 2006, the Muttereralm ski resort has been offering modern infrastructure including two 9-seater cable cars (one from Mutters and one from Götzens). An additional 4-seater chair lift, a tow lift and a lift for children complete the offer. Both valley stations (Mutters and Götzens) also offer ski and sledge hire and a ski school.

Download: Winter panorama map, Mutterer Alm


860 m – 2,300 m
The Hafelekarrinne is one of the steepest ski routes in Europe. With a gradient of 70%, this descent is for experts only. A magic carpet, moguls and practice slopes including child care make the Nordkette peaks a truly unique experience for children and families.

Download: Winter panorama map, Nordkette-Seegrube



800 m – 2,000 m
Rangger Köpfl Oberperfuss, the family-friendly skiing mountain 12 km west of Innsbruck. The Ranger Köpfll ski resort offers a modern 8-seater cable car, a tow lift up to 2000 m, over 17 km of ideally prepared pistes, a 10 km toboggan run and an adventure-packed Alpine hiking trail.

Download: Winter panorama map, Rangger Köpfl


2,020 m - 2,520 m
The sunny skiing and snowboarding paradise of Kühtai is one of the best renowned winter sports centres in Tyrol and Austria’s highest altitude ski resort.

Download: Winter panorama map, Kühtai



1,000 m - 2,300 m
Live out your own personal skiing, carving or snowboarding dream. Go sledging along the approx. 6 km toboggan run. Enjoy cross-country skiing on the high-altitude cross-country trail. Walk through the untouched winter landscapes. Or take to the skies and go paragliding, hang-gliding or on a tandem flight.

Download: Winter panorama map, Schlick 2000


1,750 m - 3,210 m
Snow is guaranteed from October to June and skiing here usually kicks off in mid-September. Guests staying in Innsbruck and its surrounding holiday villages can enjoy this special glacier experience by taking the free ski bus from Innsbruck.

Download: Winter panorama map, Stubai Glacier



bis auf 2,300m
This natural ski resort is located just 12 km from Innsbruck and offers magnificent views over the entire Inn valley. Cable cars and lifts: 7 lifts up to 2,300 m. Pistes & ski routes: 22 km pistes including one of the longest ski descents in Tyrol at over 15 km. Cross-country: 40 km of cross-country trails, both classic and skating.

Download: Winter panorama map, Glungezer

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