Combine a short transfer from Innsbruck airport to the lovely Hotel Edelweiss in Götzens with a whole week of access to the famous Olympia SkiWorld region where Free transport is provided so that you are able to ski the region as a Ski Safari. Great for skiers of all abilities due to the perfect mix of blue, red and black runs, with varied ski terrains and stunning panoramic landscapes that encompass the ski region. For those wishing to stay local to Götzens, this picturesque village has its own ski areas, the Muttereralm and Axamer Lizum which have twice hosted the Olympic Winter Games. The proximity to Innsbruck makes Götzens an ideal base for non-skiers too. Try the Olympic Bobsleigh run, visit the Bergisel Olympic Ski Jump and explore Innsbruck’s old town with its famous Golden Roof, cathedral, imperial palace, not to mention the range of shops and cafés.
You get the best of both worlds when you take a ski holiday in this delightful ski resort near Innsbruck – great skiing and the chance to explore the picturesque charms of the Tirol’s capital city.More information
Winter is a great time to visit Igls. Set on a sunny mountain plateau with stunning scenery of nature all around along with fresh Alpine air and remote trails for hiking and snowshoeing, this is a real winter wonderland.More information
Get your skis legs back into action and explore the local ski area. Axamer Lizum and Muttereralm ski areas account for 56km of piste with a snowboard park ideal for freestyle boarders. The area offers rustic huts, hospitable mountain restaurants, sun terraces, snow bars, as well as the panorama restaurant Hoadlhaus, which was the winner of the ISR Architecture Award.
With a scenic bus journey through stunning landscapes to reach the neighbouring Stubai Valley, choose between skiing at Schlick 2000 with 19km of superb mountain terrain rising from 1,000-2,230m, or ski on the Stubai Glacier with 86km of snow-sure pistes consisting of a good mix of blue, red and black runs. Popular with boarders too, the big terrain park has all the usual features.
Ski from Austria’s highest resort today after a bus ride up to 2,020m where Kühtai sits. Encompassed by breathtaking scenery and 41km of snow-sure pistes, the terrain rises to 2,650m with a fine mix of blue, red and black runs. The forested terrain offers steep and invigorating trails ideal for the adventurous skier. Boarders enjoy the K-Park with its rails and kickers.
Access the Stubai Valley again today to explore either the Schlick 2000 or Stubai Glacier ski areas. Guests are able to cover whatever they missed on Tuesday’s round. The Stubai Glacier is the largest glacier ski area in Austria ranging from 1,750m-3,310m. The slopes are broken up by rocky peaks giving a sense of variety and there is a lovely 10km ski route from the mid-station down to valley level.
Enjoy a gentle ski day at the local ski areas of Axamer Lizum and Muttereralm. Cruise the blues and carve up the wide, open red runs whilst lunch time can be enjoyed at one of the many traditional Austrian mountain huts. With great runs and excellent off-piste opportunities, there’s certainly enough to entertain.