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The five Tyrolean glaciers in Sölden, Hintertux, Kaunertal, Pitztal and Stubaital will enchant you with a breathtaking panoramic view

Every glacier in Tyrol has its own charme and enchants you with the fascination of the eternal ice, which can be explored in destinations such as Nature's Ice Palace. All five of them, from the youngest one in the Kaunertal valley to the one with the largest glacial skiing area in the Stubaital valley, are accessible with skis or the snowboard a large part of the year.

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  1. Schneeballschlacht am Hintertuxer Gletscher

    Hintertux Glacier

    The rear Tuxertal valley, a side valley of the Zillertal, features the famous…
  2. Kaunertaler Gletscher

    Kaunertal Glacier

    The Kaunertal Glacier, an eldorado for winter sports enthusiasts, is accessible on…
  3. Pitztaler Gletscher Sommer

    Pitztal Glacier

    Austria’s highest located glacial skiing area with 3,440 m a.s.l. casts a spell…
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    Sölden Glacier

    The skiing region at the Rettenbach Glacier and Tiefenbach Glacier is the largest…
  5. Gletscherpfad Stubaier Gletscher

    Stubai Glacier

    The Stubai Glacier, located only a stone’s throw from Innsbruck, is able to satisfy…

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