If you’re all about options, then there’s nothing that can top an Innsbruck ski vacation. Internationally known as the “Capital of the Alps,” and a three-time host of the Winter Olympic Games—in 1964 and 1976 and the 2012 first Winter Youth Olympics—Innsbruck is one of the greatest ski cities in the world. This Tyrolean metropolis is surrounded by some of the best skiing in Austria. It’s truly a ski getaway like no other: a high alpine and urban experience all-rolled-into-one. It’s a premier destination for those who seek a broader European experience than simply skiing. Nestled into a narrow valley beneath rugged mountain peaks, Innsbruck offers Old-World beauty and culture, including museums, galleries, restaurants, nightlife and shopping. Other don’t-miss activities include sleigh rides, tobogganing and even an exhilarating ride on the Olympic Bobsled run. Stay in the city and sample its nine ski resorts—also known as Olympia SkiWorld—to get an idea of which area fits your skiing and vacation preferences to a T.
Innsbruck Ski Vacation Packages
For an uber-authentic ski trip, make the "Capital of the Alps" your next mountain destination. Vacationing overseas is always a little harrowing, but that's where Ski.com can make it easy. We're a one-stop shop to book your entire Innsbruck ski vacation, including lodging, flights, ground transportation, car rentals, lift tickets, lessons, equipment rentals and activities. We also provide insight and recommendations on where to ski and what off-mountain experiences you should try out while visiting Innsbruck.
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Intermediates have their pick of terrain with more than 187 miles of groomed across across Innsbruck and its Holiday Villages. More advanced skiers won't want to miss the Stubai Glacier area with 18 lifts and 35 miles of well-groomed runs. Its vertical rise of 4,790 feet guarantees great snow conditions and skiing into July—and even year round—sometimes. Other new resorts are Schlick 2000, Rangger Köpfl and Kühtai, one of the highest ski areas in Austria, at 6,617 feet.