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    City + Skiing = Innsbruck in Tirol

    Combine a city break with no fewer than 13 top ski destinations, including a snow-sure glacier and Austria’s highest ski village.

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City and Skiing

Yes, Innsbruck is pretty unique: Where else do you get a beautiful Baroque town surrounded by 13 ski areas? Stroll its streets full of imperial elegance and have a coffee in a classic Austrian coffeehouse. And then, take a cable car from the city centre and be at 2,000 m in just 20 minutes.

Why Visit Innsbruck?

  • The SKI plus CITY pass gives you all-inclusive access to 22 city sights, 13 ski areas, 3 swimming pools, and public transport
  • Beautiful old town surrounded by impressive mountains
  • 308 km of snow-sure pistes and 111 lifts
  • Easily accessible with frequent flights from the UK
  • Perfect Tirol holiday hub
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How to Get There

By plane:
Innsbruck airport is easily reached via direct flights from most major UK airports.

By train:
Innsbruck is easily reached via international trains (1h 45 min direct from Munich) as well as directly from Salzburg (1 h 45 min) and Vienna (4 h 15 min).

By car:
  • From Vienna: A12 motorway.
  • From Switzerland: A12 motorway. Through the Arlberg Road Tunnel or toll-free via the Arlberg region.

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Ski Areas

Stubai Glacier
  • 108 km of slopes
  • Altitude: 960 - 3,212 m
  • Lifts: 26 (40,000 passengers/hour)
  • Longest slope: 16.5 km
  • Steepest slope: 60%
  • Restaurants: 5
  • Austria's biggest glacier ski area
Axamer Lizum
  • 42 km of slopes
  • Altitude: 1,560 - 2,340 m
  • Lifts: 10
  • Restaurants: 9
Nordkette
  • 13 km of slopes
  • Altitude: 860 - 2,256 m
  • Cable cars: 2 (1,675 passengers/hour)
  • Steepest slope: 70%
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Funicular starts from the city centre
Kühtai - Hochötz
  • 85 km of slopes
  • Altitude: 1,938 - 2,520 m
  • Lifts: 12 (18,000 passengers/hour)
  • Steepest slope: 60%
  • Austria’s highest ski village
Patscherkofelbahn
  • 18 km of slopes
  • Lifts: 3
  • Snow park at 1,900 m above sea level
  • 6.5 km from Innsbruck
Glungezerbahn
  • 23 km of slopes
  • Altitude: 922 - 2,304 m
  • Longest slope: 15 km
  • Lifts: 7
Schlick 2000
  • 22 km of slopes
  • Altitude: 1,014 - 2,136 m
  • 1.5 km ski route
  • Lifts: 11
Oberperfuss - Rangger Köpfl
  • 17 km of slopes
  • Lifts: 4
  • 10 km toboggan run (8 km floodlit)
  • 12 km from Innsbruck
Muttereralm
  • 13 km of slopes
  • Lifts: 4
  • 3 toboggan runs
  • MAP Funpark for freestylers and boarders
  • 8 km from Innsbruck
Bergeralm
  • 6 lifts
  • 5 Restaurants
Elferbahnen
  • 4 lifts
  • 980 m - 1780 m
  • 3 toboggan runs
Serlesbahnen
  • 4 lifts
  • 6km of slopes
  • 4 toboggan runs
  • 960 m - 1674 m

Get in Touch

Innsbruck Tourist Board

Burggraben 3
6020 Innsbruck

Telephone: +43 512 59 850

Innsbruck Tourist Board

Burggraben 3
6020 Innsbruck

Telephone: +43 512 59 850

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