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Ski plus City Pass
Highest point: 3,210 m
Lowest point: 856 m
Lifts in total: 111
Tow lifts: 55
Chair lifts: 32
Gondola lift: 24
Pistes in total: 308 km
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168 km
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Ski routes: 27 km
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Resorts in the region Ski Region Innsbruck

Igls

The idyllic and hospitable village Igls lies at the foot of Innsbruck's local mountain "Patscherkofel" at around 900 m altitude and very close to the town Innsbruck. Leave the daily routine behind and enjoy your holidays in front of a beautiful mountain scenery. Next to the family-friendly ski are at the local mountain you have the possibility to go ice skating, tobogganing or cross-country skiing. The surrounding winter hiking tracks await with …
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Innsbruck

Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, lies at an altitude of 575 m and has a very nice historical district, as well as a comprehensive cultural programme. Surrounded by the imposing mountain backdrop lies Innsbruck, between the northern range of the Karwendel mountains and the foothills of the Alpine mountain range. It's wonderful to stroll through the lovely streets and narrow lanes here. Sights such as the "Goldene Dachl", a late-gothic bay …
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Kolsassberg

The cosy, peaceful mountain village of Kolsassberg is located at an altitude of 906 m and lies nestled between the Karwendel mountain range and the Tux Alps, between the Olympic town of Innsbruck and the lovely Ziller Valley. The tradition-rich village invites you in to rest and relax, but also to partake in extensive winter strolls and ski on superbly prepared pistes. The elevated location of Kolsassberg offers you an imposing panorama of the …
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Oberperfuss

A panoramic view over the Inn Valley, traditional village charm and nativeness - this is what makes the mountain village Oberperfuss what it is. At an altitude of 812 m, with its local mountain the Rangger Köpfl (1,939 m) and its proximity to Innsbruck, it is a great holiday destination for winter sports fans. If you want to spend your holiday away from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist spots, this is the perfect place with its …
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Schwaz

Schwaz lies in the middle Lower Inn Valley at an altitude of 545 m and is home to about 14,000 residents. Schwaz is the district capital of the court district of the same name in Austria's Tyrol and is only about 30 km away from the state capital of Innsbruck. The Kellerjoch (2,344 m) is the local mountain of Schwaz and is a part of the Tux Alps. Nature-lovers will enjoy breathtaking views of the Upper Inn Valley as well as the surrounding …
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Thaur

At an altitude of 633 m is the idyllic resort surrounded by a unique mountain landscape at the foot of the Nordkette. Thaur is located only 10 km from Innsbruck. The idyllic resort, where tradition is upheld, is not only home to Thaur nativity carvers, but is also known as Tyrol's ''largest vegetable garden.'' Through its cultural programme in particular, the cosy village sets itself apart from the usual winter sports resorts. Still remaining …
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Weerberg

Weerberg is located 900 metres high on a plateau above the Inntal valley, away from the heavy traffic routes. It therefore offers an impressive panoramic view of the Karwendel and Rofan mountains in the north, the Kellerjoch in the east and also of Innsbruck, which is approx. 25 km away. A day trip to the beautiful city which hosted the 1964 and 1976 Olympics is a must! A 30 km journey in the opposite direction leads you to the wonderful …
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Resorts Ski Region Innsbruck

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