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Hintertux Glacier

Skiing and snowboarding in Austria"s only all year round ski resort.

The Hintertux Glacier is Austria"s only year round ski resort, offering winter sports enthusiasts perfectly prepared, snow-sure slopes, great restaurants and fascinating natural landscapes 365 days of the year.


Beginners and experienced skiers and boarders enjoy great diversity on 86 piste kilometres in all levels of ability. Deep snow fans love the fantastic freeride conditions near the Lärmstange area. Snowbaorder and free-skiers appreciate the all year round freestyle opportunities offered at the Betterpark Hintertux at 3,200 metres above sea level or in the beginner-friendly Familypark Hintertux.

Skiresort.de has recentlyrecognised the Hintertux Glacier as the best glacier ski resort WORLDWIDE.

Spring is a time of great powder conditions and fabulous sunshine skiing.

In summer, skiers and snowboarders can experience all four seasons at once, stunning views stretching from the Großglockner to the Dolomites and the Zugspitze. Nature lovers, mountain bikers and walkers can all indulge in their favourite past times in these beautiful alpine landscapes. Families and children can visit "Luis" the glacier mascot at the Gletscherfloh Park at 3,250 metres above sea level, or at the Flohpark at Sommerberg.

Autumn is when the new snow arrives and skiers can savour the wide, sunny slopes and the first Snowpark opening in Europe.

In winter, the Hintertux Glacier combines with the Zillertal ski resorts of Eggalm, Rastkogel, Finkenberg, Penken/Mayrhofen and Mount Ahorn to create the snow-sure Ski & Glacierwelt Zillertal 3000 resort. Winter sports lovers can enjoy an incredible 245 piste kilometres with just one ski pass!  


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Nature"s Ice Palace

at the Hintertux Glacier


The icy journey begins only 200 metres away from the highest point of the Hintertux Glacier.


A secure trail to the gates of the palace leads from the viewing platform at the Gefrorenen Wand (3.250 m), where stunning views of the mountains of Zillertal can be enjoyed. After a thorough equipment check (helmet, harness with 2 safety loops) the trail leads into this natural phenomenon.


The fascinating tour begins in the mystical glacial blue of the entrance area. To see the diversity of turquoise blue tones is an incredible experience in itself. Natural sunlight is all that is required to bathe the entire hall of ice in shades of blue - as this is the only colour that ice reflects. 


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