Hintertux Glacier


Hintertux Glacier promises year-round snow enjoyment, boasting Austria's lengthiest skiing season. Revel in expansive slopes, exceptional snow conditions, and breathtaking panoramas reaching an elevation of 3,250 meters above sea level. Presently, Hintertux Glacier collaborates with Eggalm Bahnen, Rastkogel Bahnen, Finkenberger Almbahnen, Penken/Mayrhofen, and Ahorn to create the snow-reliable Ski- & Glacier World Zillertal 3000. Beyond the thrill of skiing on 204 km of slopes, immerse yourself in the stunning winter scenery through a variety of winter hikes. Away from the ski runs, exploring Nature’s Ice Palace and/or the Spannagel Cave, two extraordinary natural wonders, stands out as among the top highlights in the Zillertal region throughout the entire year.

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How to get to Hintertux Glacier?

The nearest airports to Hintertux Glacier are Innsbruck (INN) in Austria, Munich (MUC) in Germany, and Zurich (ZRH) in Switzerland. Visitors can access the resort by car, train, or a combination of train and bus. The journey from Innsbruck takes about 1½ hours by car and significantly longer by public transportation.

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