Winter Holidays in Igls, Patsch and Ellbögen
A magical winter full of adventure
History was made on Patscherkofel when the Winter Olympics downhill events were held there in both 1964 and 1976. The immaculately groomed slopes include also a family run, making this area ideal for skiers of all abilities. With the Sunny Kids Park, there's something even for the littlest ones.
New this winter season: Weltcup Section, perfectly positioned and wide - a real treat.
The area boasts a total of 20 kilometres of slopes and 9 lift facilities. The stunning panoramic views of the Inn valley, the Stubaital and Wipptal valleys and a chain of 3,000-metre peaks are all part and parcel of the Patscherkofel experience. And to fit in even more hours of fun in the snow, there's night-time skiing on the brightly floodlit slopes twice a week.
Snowshoe hikers come across the fresh tracks of deer and hares as they explore a glittering winter landscape, covered in deep snow beneath a clear blue sky. No snowshoes are required for the glorious, guided winter walks on a network of cleared paths that criss-cross the vast, glistening plateau and are part of the magical winter experience at Igls, Patsch and Ellbögen.
A thrilling experience of Olympic proportions awaits adventure seekers at the nearby Igls bobsleigh, luge and skeleton track. Accompanied by a pro, of course, they tear down the ice track at full speed in a visitor bobsleigh.
Interactive ski map including snow report, lift opening times, slopes, toboggan runs, ice skating rinks, cross country tracks and winter hiking trails. Ski bus stops and restaurants.
"Innsbruck all inclusive" is the motto. Innsbruck places all bets on one card!