SKI ABOVE THE CLOUDS FROM OCTOBER TO JUNE

Myth-busting fact – Austria has some of the highest and most snow-sure skiing in the Alps. It has the 2nd highest ski resort in Europe and 6 glaciers that offer exceptional facilities and 3000m+ skiing from October through to June.

The Hintertux Glacier in the southern reaches of the Zillertal valley opens for skiing 365 days per year. Some glaciers like the Rettenbach & Tiefenbach glaciers above Sölden are lift linked to big resorts. All are spectacular.

HIGH-ALTITUDE SKI RESORTS

Sölden

Sölden offers twin glaciers with skiing to 3250m and a 2km vertical to the resort.

SÖLDEN

STUBAI GLACIER

The Stubai Glacier offers fantastic facilities in a big ski area south of Innsbruck.

STUBAI GLACIER

KITZSTEINHORN GLACIER

The Kitzsteinhorn Glacier has the best high-altitude skiing south if Salzburg.

KITZSTEINHORN GLACIER

OBERGURGL

With skiing to over 3000m, Obergurgl is snow-sure and stunningly scenic.

OBERGURGL

PITZTAL GLACIER

The highest skiing in Austria, the Pitztal Glacier reaches to a whopping 3440m.

PITZTAL GLACIER

HINTERTUX GLACIER

As snow-sure as they come, the Hintertux Glacier is open for skiing 365 days a year.

HINTERTUX GLACIER

SNOW-SURE SKIING

High-altitude offers the chance to ski outside of the peak season. It is common for epic powder days in the Austrian Alps from early October onwards, whilst the same can be said for the end of the winter season in May and June. Prices of flights, accommodation & venue availability can also be better.

And high-altitude, glacier skiing areas are not reserved for the out-of-season periods, the views and snow conditions in peak winter can be extraordinary. The Austrian glacier skiing areas feature impressive facilities with modern lifts and restaurants clinging to the glacial ice.

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