A city with a ski resort

CULTURE AND COUNTRYSIDE COMBINED
The snow-covered Nordkette rises up shining brightly

The winter deep blue skyline stretches above the beautiful city in the heart of the Alps

Innsbruck is one of the only metropolitan areas that can combine the benefits of a small city with the infrastructure of a ski resort. With the Hungerburg and Nordketten lifts you are carried straight up into the city’s own ski resort. The biggest ski resort within easy reach of Tyrol’s capital city is the Axamer Lizum, not quite 20 minutes away. As family friendly ski areas we recommend the Muttereralm Park and the Rangger Köpfl in Oberperfuß, these are also reachable within 20 minutes. In total there a 13 ski resorts in the region that are included on the “ski plus city pass Stubai Innsbruck” this not only covers the ski resorts but various museums, swimming pools, ski buses and the Innsbrucker sightseer, bring the guest to the places of interest in the city.

WINTER EXPERIENCES IN INNSBRUCK

cold winter nights

Skiing

Nordkettenbahn

11 kilometres of ski slopes a small ski area with amazing views over the city.

Skiing

Axamer Lizum

The “white roof” the Olympic region stretches to heights of 2,340 metres and is guaranteed snow.

Skiing

Kühtai

Austria’s highest altitude ski resort offers a choice of varying slopes.

SNOW SPORTS

Cross country skiing

The higher tracks in Sellraintal are highly recommended. There are tracks in Innsbruck as well.

SNOW SPORTS

Winter walking

A walk on the Mieminger plateau is ideal for families and newcomers

SNOW SPORTS

Ice skating

There are four ice rinks to choose from in the city alone!

RELAXING

Enjoy some culture

The Golden Roof, among other places of interest in Innsbruck is well worth visiting.

RELAXING

The culture of enjoyment

Various bars and cafés await our guests in the centre of Innsbruck

RELAXING

Shopping

In only 10 minutes you are in the Maria-Theresien Street with its numerous shops.

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