Austria Ski Resort Guide for Innsbruck

Innsbruck Ski Resort Guide

About the Resort

The area is well known, having twice hosted the Winter Olympics. It is not a resort as such but a large city which is surrounded by little resorts that share a lift pass and can be accessed by an efficient bus service. The Stubaler Gletscher is on of the best in the world and is on the bus route. Innsbruck has a lot to offer and has an excellent range of winter sports facilities.

About the Mountains near Innsbruck

There is an impressive 4,600 ft vertical of slopes on the southern slopes of Seegrube-Nordkette, reached by cable car. The standard Innsbruck lift pass covers the lifts in all the resorts surrounding it. A major road runs sothwards from Innsbruck overt the Brenner pass to Italy. There is a new eight person gondola opened on the Stubaier Gletscher running from the Eisgrat restaurant at 9,510ft to the highest slopes on th Schaufelspitze.

Apr├Ęs Ski at Innsbruck

A good selection of bars and restaurants as well as museums and concert halls and a zoo. There are several Italian eateries and other cuisines on offer.

Innsbruck Resort Ratings Guide

Snowfall RatingSnow Reliability4 Stars
Ski Lifts Number of Lifts 29
Resort HeightResort Height 1470 m
4820 ft
Run Length Slopes / Runs 1550-2560 m
5090-8400 ft
QueuesQueues 3 Stars
Green Ski% of Green Pistes in resort 10%
Blue Ski% of Blue Pistes in resort 39%
Red Ski% of Red Pistes in resort 39%
Black Ski% of Black Pistes in resort 12%

Local Tourist Office Information

Web address: www.innsbruck-tourism.at

Email: info@innsbruck.tvb.co.at

Telephone: +43 5125 9850