Southwest of Innsbruck and southeast of Landeck, the Pitztaler Gletscher ski area is a snowboarders paradise with 16 pistes spread over 185 acres that are served by 6 lifts accesing a maximum vertical descent of 690m. It is very popular with both families and intermediate riders, and is usually good for a couple days. It is not well known for its freeriding scene, so you can find pow in the sidecountry for days after a dump. One of the better pistes to explore is Black #37 or the ski route Variante Mittagskogel from the mid-station down to the Mittelberg base station.
If you are looking for some nightlife, try checking out Hexenkessl.
To reach the snowboarding at Kaunertal Gletscher ski area by air, fly into Innsbruck international airport (INN). There is a quick public bus from the airport through downtown to the Innsbruck main train station. Then, take the train to the Imst station, where there is a Post Bus up to Pitztal.
Overall, Pitztaler Gletscher is the 56th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 75 snowboarding resorts in Austria.
Local Contacts: Pitztaler Tourism +43 (0) 5414-86999; Pitztaler Gletscherbahn +43 (0) 5413/86288; Tirol Tourism +43 (0) 512-72727.
Best Season: Jan. - Mar.
Average Difficulty: Moderate
Base Camp: Hotel Pension Zirbenhof; Haus Berghein
Luxury Loding: Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Residenz
Reference Source: click here https://www.pitztal.com/
GPS: 46.958974, 10.871653
Date Published: 12/2/2016
Date Updated: 9/28/2020
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