Innsbruck is a key city for anyone travelling to a vast number of ski resorts in the Austrian Tyrol, Salzburg & Vorarlberg states, plus it is close to a huge number of Italian South Tyrol and Dolomites ski resorts.
Kuhtai has superb piste and freeride terrain plus exceptional snow quality.An Olympia Ski World lift pass, which is for a minimum 3 days, allows access to all 9 ski resorts using the one lift pass.Medium sized resorts like Axamer Lizum and Kuhtai (the highest resort base in Austria) and the large glacier based ski resort Stubai Glacier.The Innsbruck ski resorts, regardless of size, have excellent lifts, pistes and facilities.Having said that, even some of the smaller ski resorts have a huge skiable vertical.
Nordkette has nearly 1400m vertical in good snow conditions.
Having your own vehicle can make travel decisions easier and more efficient when based in Innsbruck.
Car hire and rental is available at several locations in the Innsbruck city centre and airport.
Nearly all of the ski resorts have impressive skiable verticals of between 1000 to 1500m.
Most of the Innsbruck ski resorts are small enough to only warrant a one day visit, unless of course it is a powder day. With its 26 lifts, 1515m vertical, superb terrain and facilities, Stubai warrants at least a couple of days visit.
Innsbruck's Olympia Ski World includes 9 diverse ski resorts ranging in size, terrain and altitude.