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Ski resorts in Tyrol


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“Land in the mountains”- Tyrol is located in Austria’s west and surrounded by almost 600 snowy threethousanders. Ideal conditions for lots of fun on slopes in the regions of Ischgl and Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis or the ski resorts of Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, Sölden or Kitzbühel. Roughly 3400 km of slopes offer skiers and snowboarders diverse possibilities.
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The 10 Most Beautiful ski resorts in Tyrol

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Ski Resort · Stubai Alps
Stubai Glacier
The skiing area on the Stubai Glacier combines sporty slopes with a wide range of family activities. While the little skiers try out their first turns in the snow and learn the right technique, the experts really feel at home on the black pistes and race tracks A winter hiking trail and a skating cross-country trail complete the sporty offer. The ideal equipment - also for hire - is available in Neustift.
Panorama Kaunertaler Gletscher
Ski Resort · Oetztal Alps
Kaunertal Glacier
In the sparsely populated Kaunertal, southeast of Landeck, skiers find a ski resort that is known for its idyllic nature, plenty of fun slopes on natural snow and almost a bit of isolation. The Weißseespitze – the valleys landmark – is always in sight.
Ski Resort · Allgaeu Alps
Axamer Lizum Panoramakarte
Ski Resort · Stubai Alps
Axamer Lizum
Pistenplan Hahnenkamm
Ski Resort · Allgaeu Alps
Hahnenkamm der Reuttener Seilbahnen
Pistenplan Skiarena Seefeld
Ski Resort · Wetterstein Mountains and Mieminger chain
Skiarena Seefeld
Pistenplan Galtür
Ski Resort · Alps
Silvapark Galtür
Pistenpanorama SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental
Ski Resort · Kitzbühel Alps
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental
Winterpanorama Hochkössen
Ski Resort · Kaiser Mountains
Pistenplan Kappl
Ski Resort · Ferwall Group
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Unique glacier ski resorts

Three impressive glaciers in over 3000 m of height promise superlative skiing opportunities on 200 km of slopes. The Hinterlux glacier is Austria’s only ski resort that provides the possibility to ski all year long. The winter season in Sölden begins in September and ends in May. The ski resort includes the “big 3” (three mountains that are higher than 3000 m) – that is unparalleled in Austria.

The ski resort Kaunertal glacier is slightly more remote, but is one of Austria’s highest ski resorts and guarantees lots of snow. Austria’s highest ski resort is The Pitztal glacier and Rifflsee (2440 m). The biggest glacier ski resort and Austria’s number one is the Stubaier glacier that is also regarded as particularly family-friendly.

Skiing with kids

Some ski resorts attract visitors with particularly family-friendly offers and slopes. The Murmlipark in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis provides good conditions for young beginners to learn how to ski in a playful way.

During the children’s sport weeks the ski resort of Hochoetz in Oetztal and Hoch-Imst offer free ski courses. Moreover, the ski resorts of Pitztal and Tyrolean Oberland offer a special Bambini free pass.


Stubai Glacier by Markus
September 28, 2021 · Community
Dienstag, 28. September 2021, 13:51 Uhr
Photo: Community
Stubai Glacier by Yello
September 21, 2020 · Community
Photo: Yello Seventynine, Community
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