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Innsbruck   Resort Information
Season December to late April
Nearest Airport Innsbruck
Ski Area Over 200km
Ski Lifts x
Ski Runs x
Longest Run x
Resort Height x
Snowball Ratings
Beginners 4 / 5
Intermediates 4 / 5
Experts 3 / 5
Families 4.5 / 5
Nightlife 5 / 5
Affordability 5 / 5
Non Ski Activities 5 / 5

 

Welcome to the Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck!

9 ski areas in the Tyrol - Innsbruck's 9 ski resorts:

Wow.You can stay in some stunning and inexpensive hotels in Innsbruck, yet be on the slopes within about 30 minutes.Skiing in Innsbruck and its surrounding ski holiday villages is everything a ski holiday should be! Each of the fantastic ski areas belonging to the Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck has its own distinctive character - however, they all have one thing in common: They all offer superb conditions for every possible facet of skiing and snowboarding - from beginners to advanced skiers and boarders and from extreme freeriders to solitude-seeking backcountry skiers. Hundreds of kilometres of slopes in the ski areas of the Nordkette, PatscherkofelAxamer LizumMuttereralmRangger KöpflSchlick 2000Glungezer, the Stubai Glacier and the Kühtai valley can be comfortably reached using state-of-the-art cable cars and chairlifts and the free-of-charge ski bus services to and from the bottom stations and from Innsbruck are equally convenient.So you can fly into Innsbruck and easily ski the same day if you want. 

Innsbruck City 

Home to quaint shops on cobblestoned streets with the Alps serving as a backdrop, Innsbruck is a popular tourist destination. It has hosted the Winter Olympics twice and hosts the annual Four Hills Tournament ski jumping competition each December. Another top tourist attraction is the Golden Roof, built in 1500 and decorated with 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles for Maximilian I, the Holy Roman Emperor.

Of all major cities in Austria, Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol province, has the most picturesque backdrop: nestled in the gorgeous deep valley of the River Inn, between the scenic Karwendel Mountains to the north and Tuxer Mountains to the south. The city offers a long list of outdoor activities, but it is most often visited by the skiing and mountain hiking lovers. A variety of mountain transportation facilities can be found in the city, providing numerous opportunities for skiing and walking. The main railway station (Hauptbahnhof) is located just a 10-minute walk from the Old Town/Altstadt, which is an entirely pedestrian zone.

The main street of Innsbruck is the beautiful, lively and elegant Herzog Friedrich Street. It connects with Maria Theresien Street, which is a major transport artery but is closed for private vehicles. Innsbruck is a pleasant and quiet city with down to earth atmosphere and citizens who enjoy a high standard of living. There are a great number of architectural monuments to discover and most of them are compactly located within the area of the historical city centre (Altstadt). The city is the third largest university centre of Austria and offers an intense night life and numerous entertainment venues. The regular transport links to all areas of Tyrol make Innsbruck an ideal base for exploring this amazing province of Austria

 

 

 

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