Glaciers

The five Tyrolean glaciers will enchant you with a breathtaking panoramic view.

The Kaunertal, Pitztal, Sölden, Stubai and Hintertux glaciers offer ski fun the whole year round. The “eternal ice” has its own charm!

So which one will you choose?

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  1. Hintertux Glacier

    Hintertux Glacier

    The back of the Tuxertal valley, a side valley of the Zillertal valley, features a…
  2. Kaunertal Glacier

    Kaunertal Glacier

    The Kaunertal Glacier and the skiing area Fendels are accessible via one skipass only.
  3. Pitztal Glacier

    Pitztal Glacier

    Austria’s highest located glacial skiing area (3,440 m asl) casts a spell over all…
  4. Sölden Glacier

    Sölden Glacier

    The skiing region at the Rettenbach Glacier and Tiefenbach Glacier is the largest…
  5. Stubai Glacier

    Stubai Glacier

    The Stubai Glacier in Neustift im Stubaital is the largest glacier skiing area of Austria.

Suggested accommodations

  1. Hotel Pfleger
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    Hotel Pfleger

  2. Hotel Elisabeth
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    Hotel Elisabeth

  3. Hotel Sonnblick
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    Hotel Sonnblick

  4. Hotel Kassl
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    Hotel Kassl

  5. Hotel Der Brandstetterhof
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    Hotel Der Brandstetterhof

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