- Neighbouring villages
- Southern holiday villages
- Western holiday villages
- Kühtai - Sellraintal
- Sonnenplateau Mieming & Tirol Mitte
The "Götzner Abfahrt" ski run
Olympic skiing fun
Straight from Götzens to the slopes – a modern eight-seater gondola runs from the village of Götzens, up over the mountain farms to the middle station at over 1,200 metres above sea level. From here, visitors can already enjoy fine snow and heavenly views or continue on to the “Pfriemesköpfel” and even more winter enchantment at an altitude 1,800 metres.
The “Götzner Abfahrt” (Götzner descent) is one of the highlights of this ski area. The slope served as an alternate Olympic downhill run for the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympic Games. State-of-the-art infrastructure, a wide variety of pistes and guaranteed snow (thanks to high-performance snowmaking facilities) ensure expert thrills, family fun and beginners’ success on more than 20 kilometres of snowy pistes throughout the area.
The pistes at the top of the Muttereralm cable car are particularly well-suited to beginners and to anyone returning to the slopes after a long time away. Advanced skiers will love the runs down into the holiday villages of Mutters and Götzens – and the Pfriemesköpfel slalom course even attracts international ski teams to Tyrol year after year. High-quality skis, snowboards and toboggans can be hired from the bottom lift station in Götzens. And the enjoyment doesn’t end on the slopes – the fun continues with après-ski at the “Café Markus” in Mutters or at the “Auf an Sprung” in Götzens.