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After a heat wave with a thundery end, we are facing a period of rather unspectacular weather now. The cooler maritime air will stay and will bring us a stable mix of sunshine and cloud interrupted by scattered short thunderstorms.

Tendency

The ideal holiday weather will become even more stable during the following days. The risk of thunderstorms will be low during the next few days and the weather will remain bright. It will stay warm.

afternoon
25°C/77°F

Tomorrow

Monday
26°C/79°F

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Innsbruck Tourism


Mon - Fri: 8.00 am - 5.00 pm

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Mon - Fri: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

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Mo - Fr: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Forecast

After a heat wave with a thundery end, we are facing a period of rather unspectacular weather now. The cooler maritime air will stay and will bring us a stable mix of sunshine and cloud interrupted by scattered short thunderstorms.

Tendency

The ideal holiday weather will become even more stable during the following days. The risk of thunderstorms will be low during the next few days and the weather will remain bright. It will stay warm.

afternoon
25°C/77°F

Tomorrow

Monday
26°C/79°F

Need help? Contact us!

Innsbruck Tourism


Mon - Fri: 8.00 am - 5.00 pm

Hotel- and group reservations


Mon - Fri: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Tourist info


Mo - Fr: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Ski touring recommendations

This page will give you some ideas for ski tours in the region of Innsbruck. A great way to get a wonderful insight into the wonders of winter, especially under good conditions. These are, of course, only suggestions, as the final responsibility lies with the tourer to inform him or herself about current conditions before setting out.

Ski touring is a sport in which the risks should never be underestimated. We cannot accept any responsibility for snow conditions, avalanche risks and other outside influences. Every ski tourer is responsible for their own adequate avalanche protection and should check all current conditions with Tyrol's Avalanche Warning Service.

 

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Rangger Köpfl 1,939 m

1096 M 1.096 M
easy easy
Start at the lift car park in Oberperfuss (fees apply). Tour up to the left of the piste until you reach the Egghof and then continue on the edge of the piste for a short distance to Stiglreith. When you get to the toboggan run above Stiglreith, you can turn left off the piste and follow a very picturesque route through the forest and past the reservoir to just below the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut. This route crosses the toboggan run several times until the last short section when it runs along the edge of the toboggan run. At the last bend before the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut, take the track that leads towards the Krimpenbachalm, past the mountain huts and up the south-facing slope to the summit cross. Alternatively, you can tour up the edge of the piste from Rosskogelhütte to the summit cross. Wonderful panoramic views. For ambitious ski tourers, it is possible to continue the tour up the nearby Windegg. (It is then very important to be aware of the avalanche danger). This ski tour is well-suited to beginners. The first section from the bottom lift station to Stiglreith can be done on the gondola.

Axamer Lizum - Ladies' Run - Hoadl

763 M 763 M
easy easy
A simple piste tour at Axamer Lizum ski resort along the Olympic ladies' run (piste no. 1) to Hoadlhaus. Head south-west from the car park, along the piste to the reservoir. Pass the reservoir, and follow the scarp upwards. Then follow the left arm of the piste in diagonal fashion to the upper and wider section of the piste. Continue upwards across the rocky terrain, pass the Dohlennest hut and keep going up along the steep path to Hoadlsattel. Head north from here to get to Hoadlhaus.

Axamer Lizum to Sunnalm

495 M 495 M
easy easy
A simple on-piste ski tour in the Axamer Lizum resort along the men's downhill to the Sunnalm alpine hut (Piste No. 4). Thsi tour begins at the resort's car park and heads west. The climb goes along piste no. 4 to the hut.

Muttereralm ski touring track

581 M 581 M
easy easy
Mutters attracts lots of ski tourers year after year thanks to its purpose-built ski touring track for the climb up the mountain and perfectly prepared pistes for a great ride back down. We recommend starting your tour at the reasonably priced car park at Mutters leisure centre. From there, go left across the field, head diagonally uphill towards Lärchenwald guesthouse and then bear right to the bottom lift station of the Muttereralmbahn. The route continues along the piste to just past the middle station. From there, turn right onto the old drag lift track and continue straight on through the forest to the mountain lift station of the Muttereralmbahn. If you want to continue up to Pfriemesköpfl, follow the sign to the ski route near the "Götzner Abfahrt" slope, where you bypass the steep slope to Pfriemesköpfl. The pistes are open for ski tourers using the designated ski touring ascent routes from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 8 pm, and on Wednesdays until 10 pm (during the holidays from 4 pm). Saturdays and Sundays are reserved for downhill skiing and snowboarding only. Please note that the pistes are closed before 9 am and after 8 pm for your own safety. The ascent takes between 1.5 and 2.5 hours depending on your chosen route.

On-piste ski tour Patscherkofel bottom lift station – Patscherkofel mountain lift station

952 M 952 M
medium medium
A sporty ascent with steep sections. From the Patscherkofelbahn valley station, this tour follows the piste all the way up to the mountain lift station of the Patscherkofelbahn and the Patscherkofel "Schutzhaus" mountain refuge. The route requires tourers to cross the piste twice. Opening times for on-piste ski tourers: Daily from 9 am to 6 pm Thursdays from 9 am to 10 pm The pistes are closed for ski touring at all other times. Additional piste closures may occur and must be observed at all times. Important information for on-piste ski touring (Source: Kuratorium für alpine Sicherheit)   The ski pistes are primarily available for cable car and lift users. To avoid accidents and conflicts, we ask you to observe the following recommendations in addition to adhering to the FIS rules: 1. Observe warnings and local regulations 2. Observe piste closures when a piste or a section of a piste is closed. Dangerous and life-threatening situations may occur when piste machinery is in use, especially cable winches, etc. Pistes may, therefore, be closed for safety reasons for the duration of the work. 3. Only tour up the edge of the piste and in single file. 4. Only cross the piste at points where you are clearly visible and leave plenty of space between one another. 5. Only ski down the edge of freshly prepared pistes. Tracks that freeze overnight can severely affect the quality of the piste. 6. Leave the piste before 6 pm or before 10 pm on Thursdays. 7. Be visible. If it is dark or in the case of poor visibility, wear a head torch, reflective clothing, etc. 8. If there are pistes specifically designated for on-piste ski touring, only use these pistes. 9. Do not take dogs on the pistes. 10. Use the designated car parking areas and pay any applicable parking fees. 

Ski Tour - Vitalweg Patscherkofel

296 M 296 M
easy easy
This route runs off-piste between the Patscherkofel cable-car middle station and the Patscher Alm alpine hut, with an easy ascent to the Hochmahalm and Schutzhaus huts. The trail offers wonderful views along the forest path. This simple ski tour is also suitable for beginners and avoids any steep climbs. This route can also be combined with using the cable car for ascent, and is only suitable when enough snow is lying. Descent is always possible via the piste. Opening times for on-piste ski tourers: Daily from 9am to 6pm Thursdays from 9am to 10pm The pistes are closed for ski touring at all other times. Additional closures may also occur. Important advice for on-piste tourers. (Source: Board of Trustees for Alpine Safety) Ski pistes are primarily available for cable car and lift users. To avoid conflicts and accidents, we ask you, in addition to the FIS rules, to adhere to the following: 1. Warnings and local regulations 2. Be aware of any piste closures. The use of heavy piste machinery (winches, etc.) can lead to dangerous situations. Pistes will be closed for safety reasons for the duration of any use of heavy machinery. 3. Only join the piste at the edge and in single file. 4. Only cross the pistes at clear points and with enough distance between one another. 5. Only use the edges of freshly-prepared pistes. Overnight freezing of trails can lead to poorer quality pistes. 6. Ensure you leave the piste before 6pm, and 10pm on Thursdays. 7. Be visible. Wear a headlamp and reflective clothing in the dark. 8. Only use pistes specially designated for touring. 9. Do not bring dogs onto the pistes.

Ski tour on Grünberg (1497m)

455 M 455 M
easy easy
A beautiful and peaceful piste tour with a relatively low altitude difference. Perfect for beginners. Starting point is at the car park next to the Grünberg lift valley station, and the climb follows the right-hand side of the old piste. An alternative would be to follow the forest path towards Zwischensimmering, then take a left to the viweing platform at Grünberg. The descent is via the piste and back to the car park.
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