Perfectly groomed pistes (12km from Innsbruck) surrounded by unspoilt Alpine nature. Stunning panoramic views over the Inn valley and across to the summit of the Nordkette combined with powder snow and plenty of sun: The "Glungezer" is a hotspot Alpine and ski touring enthusiasts.
In addition, the Glungezer can boast with the longest descent in the Tyrol with more than 15km! You'll find it hard not to resist a refreshments stop in one of the traditional mountain huts or at the cosy Alpenrestaurant Halsmarter.
Skiing at the Glungezer is great; but the mini-lift on the Vögelsberg with snow machines, night skiing, and another lift system on the Wattenberg for younger guests, are also enticing draws.
Another five ski resorts are surrounding the region and easy reachable: The Patscherkofel, Nordkette, Muttereralmbahn, Axamer Lizum and Ranggerköpfl.
The totally natural Glungezer ski area is situated 12 km from Innsbruck. Some 22 km of piste and a high altitude (950 - 2,304 m) mean excellent conditions for skiing or snowboarding until well into the spring. A skibus from Hall to Tulfes or Fritzens to Tulfes takes keen skiers and snowboarders straight to the Glungezer ski area. Holders of a guest card may use the skibus free of charge.
The current piste panorama: Lifts and sections open
Drawing wintersports enthusiasts to the Vögelsberg, a recreational area for the nearby town of Wattens at approx. 800m, are the snow-assured slopes, plenty of sun, fresh air and traditional hospitality.
The Wildstätt lift on the Wattenberg is the favourite place in our region for last-minute wintersports fans … and with family-friendly prices.