Skiing in the Tyrol

Ötztal offers you 3 different skiing areas

Fantastic, powdery snow slopes, complex ski routes or perhaps a rather more tranquil skiing experience are all available on your skiing trip to the Tyrol. With its varied skiing areas, Ötztal offers something for every taste. Sölden is known to open the ski season in the Tyrol. Skiing on the glacier is a very special experience. The Sölden winter skiing area provides a total of 148 km of pistes, evenly divided into 69 km of blue pistes, 51 km of red pistes and 28 km of black pistes.

Altitudes of up to 3,340 metres and supplementary snow machines guarantee skiing in Tyrol here between October and May. Sölden is also the only skiing area in the Tyrol to have 3 peaks with a height of more than 3,000 metres, all accessible by ski lift.

Guaranteed snow for skiing

The Tyrol has one of the highest-altitude ski resorts (Obergurgl). Guaranteed snow for skiing in the Tyrol can be found in Obergurgl. Here the lifts start where they usually end in other resorts. The skiing area is at an altitude of 1,930 to more than 3,000 metres. You can enjoy 110 kilometres of pistes here between the middle of November and the beginning of May. Twenty-four ski lifts are available to take you up to the ski regions with guaranteed snow in theTyrol. Skiing for beginners and professionals.

This third-largest skiing area in Ötztal specialises in families. Hochoetz at the entrance to the 70 km long valley rates particularly highly among families and offers skiing in the Tyrol for the whole family, with budget-friendly packages available. From beginner to the more advanced, each member of the family can find his/her favourite slope among this wide range of pistes. Even your little snow princess will be well provided for when skiing in the Tyrol.