Tyrol

Hintertuxer Glacier Overview

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Overview

Skiing is usually possible throughout the year in the glacier ski area Hintertuxer Gletscher. The Hintertuxer Gletscher constitutes of the Gefrorene-Wand-Keeses (also Tuxer Ferner) as well as the neighbouring Riepenkeeses in the background of the Tuxertal, a tributary valley of the Zillertal. Both glaciers can be easily accessed with modern lifts or skyrides. The highest elevation of the ski area reaches up to an altitude of 3250 m to the saddle between the summits of the Gefrorene-Wand. The glacier ski area Hintertuxer Gletscher is well known for the reliable snow conditions and there are skiing schools for children and beginners.
Slopeside lodging is available; over 4,900 beds. Over 250 additional hotels are located nearby.

Inside Scoop

Mountaineering school, sport shops and rentals, ski and snowboard schools, and huts. Child care: guest kindergarten for 1 to 3 year-olds,ski kindergarten from age 3, handicraft for ages 4 and older, and sports for 6 to 12 year-olds. Restaurants, shops, banks, post offices, museum, and night clubs.

Plan Your Trip

Hintertuxer Glacier Lodging
Ski Lessons

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

99cm
62cm
41cm
21cm
25cm
70cm
Nov
41cm
Dec
82cm
Jan
47cm
Feb
51cm
Mar

Terrain Overview

40%
Intermediate Runs
50%
Advanced Runs
10%
Expert Runs
20
Runs in Total
60 km
Runs in Total
12 km
Longest Run
60 km
Skiable Terrain

Total Lifts: 20

6
Gondolas & Trams
2
High Speed Sixes
1
Quad Chairs
1
Triple Chairs
2
Double Chairs
8
Surface Lifts

Elevation

3250m
Summit
1750m
Vertical Drop
1500m
Base

Important Dates

September 30, 20212021/09/30
Projected Opening
April 18, 20222022/04/18
Projected Closing
N.A.
Projected Days Open
N.A.
Days Open Last Year
73
Years Open
900cm
Average Snowfall
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