The Hintertux Glacier presents winter sports enthusiasts with perfectly groomed, snow-sure slopes, fabulous eateries and a fascinating kaleidoscope of natural landscapes at altitudes of up to 3,250 m 365 days of the year. Beginners and experienced skiers and snowboarders alike can enjoy an extraordinary variety of 60 kilometres of slopes in all levels of difficulty on the Hintertux Glacier. Deep snow fans are lured to the fabulous freeride runs in the Lärmstange area, while snowboarders and freeskiers appreciate the year-round freestyle opportunities in Betterpark Hintertux at 3,200 m, or the beginner-friendly Familypark Hintertux.
Springtime skiers are spoiled with the finest powder snow and fabulous sunshine skiing. SKiers and snowboarders experience all four seasons at once in summer, with stunning views that extend from the Großglockner to the Dolomites while savouring the delights of an unparalleled summer ski resort.
Mountain bikes and hikers can pursue active recreation in magnificent high alpine landscapes. Natural monuments such as the Spannagel Cave and Nature's Ice Palace will delight the whole family. Children also enjoy messing around with "Luis," the local mascot at Gletscherflohpark at 3,250 m or Flohpark at Sommerberg.