MUTTERS, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA SKI HOLIDAYS
The ski holiday resort of Mutters is part of the Innsbruck ski region, is now lift linked to the Gotzens ski area and is soon to further linked into the Axamer Lizum ski area. Mutters is on the tram route between Innsbruck and Fulpmes-Schlick. Ski buses also take guests to the Stubai Glacier for skiing over 3200m. Mutters is an authentic village as well as a ski holiday resort, whilst the skiing in Mutters is ideal for beginners and families. Innsbruck is down in the valley and offers a great range of facilities and entertainment.
Resort 920m | Top Lift 1800 | Lifts 4
Mutters is ideal for beginners and families and is part of the impressive Innsbruck ski region that includes the Stubai Glacier.
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MUTTERS – PART OF THE INNSBRUCK SKI REGION
Mutters is a traditional, authentic farming village on the plateau above Innsbruck. In recent years the lifts and mountain facilities have seen large upgrades and the ski area is now lift and ski piste linked into the neighbouring ski area of Gotzens. Mutters is ideal for family ski holidays with a long gentle ski piste running back down to the Mutters base-station, whilst there is a childrens ski area at the top-station of the Mutters gondola. The skiing in the Gotzens section of the linked ski area is steeper and tougher whilst the Axamer Lizum ski area offers further terrain. There is a free ski bus in Mutters that takes skiers and snowboarders to Axamer Lizum. The Axamer Lizum ski area is a bigger, higher and a more diverse ski area and has some great off-piste. You can ski out of the Axamer Lizum ski area back into Mutters but not in the other direction. Mutters is a part of the Innsbruck ski region and has direct tram links into Innsbruck as well as the ski holiday resort of Fulpmes-Schlick. The Stubai Glacier is located down the valley and is linked by ski bus for skiing over 3200m.
MUTTERS LATEST NEWS
- March 20, 2014
Is the Axamer Lizum link to Mutters and Goetzens going ahead?
- December 12, 2010
Mutters in great snow with more to come
- December 19, 2009
Bitter cold set to make way for cold and snow
- September 25, 2009
tirol snow card
- January 1, 2009
New year and new family record