Slopes as far as the eye can see

“Skihaserln” (Austrian slang word for young female skiers), free riders, carvers, snowboarders, and leisure skiers – everyone finds their perfect ski run, the softest snow, and the best downhill in the Olympia Ski World. Nine ski resorts around Innsbruck teamed up under this name and constitute a true winter wonderland for snow-lovers.


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During your holiday at Olympia Ski World, more than 90 funiculars and ski lifts take you to over 300 prepared kilometres, freeride and fun parks, and nightly skiing pleasure under flood light. The best thing is: You only need one ski pass and the ski bus takes you to all of the following nine ski resorts for free.

Park of Muttereralm only 5 minutes away

Only a few minutes from the hotel to the ski slope – this makes skiing in Mutters especially enjoyable. Muttereralm is the local ski resort of Hotel Seppl. 15 runway kilometres between a length of 700 to 4,200 meters, spectacular deep-snow downhill runs, an FIS-slalom course as well as the MAP fun park with a kiddies’ park, Jib Alley, a slope style area and the Wood Park await you!

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Nordkette-Seegrubeonly 15 minutes away

This place is for true professionals! Nordkette does not only provide a getaway for deep-snow enthusiasts but also rates among Europe’s steepest ski resorts due to the Karrinne with a gradient of 70%. Those who dare to go up – and down again in particular – need to feel absolutely confident on skis. One level down, at Seegrube, and the skiing is much more slow-paced. Freestylers and snowboarders meet at Ski park, the only inner city fun park in the world, while little ski bunnies take their first swings in the kids’ area with magic carpets, snow hills, and child care.

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Rangger Köpflonly 20 minutes away

The mountain railways of Oberperfuss take you up Rangger Köpfl. Families, leisure skiers, and ski tourers particularly love this small but very well-equipped ski resort. One should definitely experience pure skiing pleasure at night under flood light. Rangger Köpfl attracts sporty night owls to its 2.5-kilometre-long and perfectly lit night ski slopes twice per week.

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Patscherkofelonly 15 minutes away

Innsbruck’s legendary local mountain. Beautiful slopes for the entire family as well as world-class race courses and training routes can be found up here, 1,400 meters above the city. At the Olympia and world cup mountain of Patscherkofel you can emulate your idols and groove your carving skills. A ski school, ski rental, and a fun park make skiing in Innsbruck a successful winter experience all around.

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Glungezer only 18 minutes away

Wonderful distant views await you at the Glungezer panorama ski resort! “Wedeling” (Austrian slang for skiing) down the slope is especially fun with this magnificent view over the Inntal and the Nordkette. You will experience pure skiing pleasure going down one of the longest downhill runs in Tyrol –15 kilometres of uninterrupted fun in the snow! Ancient huts and cosy restaurants invite skiers for a stop-over. The versatile and annually redesigned Jib-park is an absolute must for snowboarders and freestylers.

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Axamer Lizumonly 23 minutes away

“The white roof” of the Olympic region of Innsbruck offers 40 runway kilometres and 10 lifts. You “wedel” on Olympic soil once again since the skiing competitions of the Olympic Winter Games were held here in 1964 and 1976. Today, Axamer Lizum is a modern ski resort for all ability levels. The highlights: Snow Park, Race Corner, Speed Check, and the 300 ha large freeride area.

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Schlick 2000only 20 minutes away

“The Schlick” provides diverse slopes and downhill runs of all levels of difficulty for beginners and professionals. Skiing even becomes an interactive activity on the speed runs in which you can measure your velocity and compete against others. Ski line, the measurement of the elevation profile, even tells you the covered difference in altitude. It is a family-friendly ski resort with a fun park and a popular backcountry area.

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Kühtaionly 40 minutes away

The length of the slopes add up to the considerable amount of 41,120 meters in Kühtai. Fantastic deep-snow slopes and perfectly groomed pistes await you here. At KPark snowboard and free ski fans get their money’s worth while children and beginners can attempt easy tricks at the KidsPark. Twice per week Kühtai welcomes guests for night skiing.

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Stubaier Gletscheronly 40 minutes away

Welcome to eternal ice! The largest glacier ski region in Austria welcomes skiers and snowboarders from October to June.  The 26 cable cars and lifts, over 100 kilometres of slopes, and gastronomic specialties guarantee (almost) year-round skiing pleasure. Highlights: the award-winning restaurant Schaufelspitz and the highest pasta manufacturer in the world.

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