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We have good news to announce: the area of low pressure over Europe is weakening and will soon have disappeared from the weather maps! When low pressure areas clear out of the way, the weather never improves immediately, but the showers will decrease and sunny spells will become more frequent.

Tendency

The weather over the next few days will be influenced by high pressure. Tuesday will be mostly cloudless. On Wednesday, a few banks of clouds may temporarily pass over our region.

afternoon
13°C/55°F

Tomorrow

Tuesday
18°C/64°F

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Forecast

We have good news to announce: the area of low pressure over Europe is weakening and will soon have disappeared from the weather maps! When low pressure areas clear out of the way, the weather never improves immediately, but the showers will decrease and sunny spells will become more frequent.

Tendency

The weather over the next few days will be influenced by high pressure. Tuesday will be mostly cloudless. On Wednesday, a few banks of clouds may temporarily pass over our region.

afternoon
13°C/55°F

Tomorrow

Tuesday
18°C/64°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.

On Sömen

1192 M 1.192 M
medium medium
A ski tour across Aflinger Alm, with a variety of wonderful routes.

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.

Axams – Axamer Kögele

1170 M 1.170 M
medium medium
The route from Axams to Axamer Kögele is a popular and challenging on-piste ski tour. The tour starts at the southern end of Axams. Shortly before the turnoff for Axamer Lizum ski resort, you will come to a few paid  parking spaces on Kögelestraße road near the Sonnenlift Axams drag lift. From there, the tour starts over wide meadows before coming to the start of the actual ski route. From this point, the tour leads steadily uphill on the Axamer Abfahrt ski route between two wooded areas. At the beginning, there are two very steep sections (often icy in late winter/spring) to overcome and then the terrain flattens out a bit in the middle section. From the upper treeline, the route leads up two more steep slopes before reaching the destination, the Axamer Kögele.  Descent: on the off-piste Axamer Abfahrt ski route that leads down into the valley WARNING! Please note the avalanche danger levels! For tours in off-piste terrain, it is essential to have appropriate equipment, local knowledge and experience of assessing hazards such as avalanche danger, etc. The tourist office assumes no liability for tour suggestions.  

Birgitzer Alm - Birgitzköpflhaus Axamer Lizum

620 M 620 M
easy easy
A popular and simple ski tour with great food at Birgitzer Alm and Birgitzköpflhaus alpine huts in Axamer Lizum. A perfect tour for beginners. Starting point is the car park at Birgitzer Alm/Adelshof. At the bend behind the Adelshof hut (at the start of the toboggan run), follow the path through the snow on the right-hand side (signposted9). The route becomes wider after crossing the toboggan run, and after a short, steep section, you'll reach a path through the forest. The subsequent path is easy to climb to Birgitzer Alm, and Birgitzköpfl is at the end of the tree-free slopes. To get to Birgitzköpflhaus, keep left befopre the peak and follow the ski path along the saddle. You'll reach Birgitzköpflhaus roughly 20 minutes after conquering the steep terrain from Birgitzköpfl. To go back down, follow the same route before hitting the final third of the toboggan run.
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