Kaunertal Glacier


The Kaunertal Glacier ski resort (Kaunertaler Gletscher) is situated in the Tiroler Oberland (Tyrolean Oberland) region of Austria, within Tyrol (Tirol), near Landeck. With 55 km of slopes available for skiing and snowboarding, the resort features seven lifts to transport guests across its winter sports area, which spans elevations from 2,150 to 3,113 meters. Kaunertal Glacier is known for its snow reliability, offering a skiing and snowboarding experience from October to May. The expansive slopes provide ample space for all visitors to enjoy their turns. The Kaunertal Glacier Road, leading to the upper entry point at 2,750 meters, offers stunning views of the surrounding mountain landscapes, depending on snow conditions. The slopes on the Kaunertal Glacier reach altitudes of over 3,000 meters, allowing for the enjoyment of sunshine above the clouds. Beyond traditional skiing, Kaunertal Glacier has established itself as a hotspot for freestylers and freeriders. The Snowpark Kaunertal hosts numerous events, and the Half Mile Jib Line in the resort is among the longest in the Alps. Additionally, the winter sports resort boasts spectacular freeride lines, providing adrenaline thrills for individual skiing enthusiasts.

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The closest international airports are Innsbruck (INN), Munich (MUC), and Zurich (ZRH). Visitors can take a private transfer directly from the airport or use public transportation to reach Landeck-Zams, followed by a bus to Feichten im Kaunertal.

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