Glungezer – ski resort in Austria

Altitude: 950-2304 meters

Glungezer summarized

  • Snow reliable, natural ski area
  • Super long descent: 15 km
  • 2 fun parks for tricksters

On Glungezer (2,677 m) you can still ski undisturbed and only 20 kilometers away from Innsbruck. From the winter season 2019/20, the new 10-gauge Glungezerbahn will ensure comfortable transport upwards. The small but varied ski area with over 23 kilometers of slopes is known for its natural snow and offers conditions for all levels: a practice area for beginners, wide slopes for carving fans and great options for deep snow lovers. Freestylers come in the two "Glungezerparks" on your costs. The Glungezer ski area also boasts one of the longest ski runs in Tyrol – with a length of around 15 kilometers.

Starting in the winter season 2019/20, the new 10-seater Glungezer gondola lift will take skiers and snowboarders to the middle station Halsmarter at 1,565 meters in just six and a half minutes. Looking at the new train, you can enjoy the surrounding mountains of the Karwendel Mountains, the Stubai Alps and the Tux Alps before you climb. Below the Alpengasthof Halsmarter, especially beginners are in good hands. Even a small fun park is already ready for the first tricks. Incidentally, you can also try ice climbing there – under expert guidance, of course. Between Halsmarter (1,567 m) and Schartenkogel (2,304 m) are more demanding red and black runs. A huge fun park with three lines makes the heart of freestylers beat faster. Touring fans can ascend from the Schartenkogel to the Glungezer and then stamp their tracks in the virgin powder snow. Incidentally, with the ski pass of the Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck you can also take advantage of 8 other ski areas in the Innsbruck ski area and the ski bus from Hall to Tulfes or Fritzens to Tulfes can be used by all guests.

Winter hiking at 1,600 meters altitude
If you prefer to discover the nearby mountain world on foot, this is the newly developed "Glungezer winter forest path" well advised. It starts right at the mid-station of the new Glunge train and leads mostly on flat paths through untouched nature. And if you feel hungry after that, offer various huts, mountain pastures and restaurants from traditional Tyrolean home cooking, on exotic creations and desserts to refreshing cold and warm drinks everything your heart and stomach desire.

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