Year-round skiing area
Skiing and snowboarding on the Hintertux Glacier is possible all year round on a range of slopes of up to 60 kilometers in winter and up to 20 kilometers in summer. Even in spring and autumn, when the season elsewhere hasn’t even started or is already over, the Hintertux Glacier offers the best conditions with breathtaking views.
December to April
Ski- & Glacier World Zillertal 3000
In Winter the Hintertux Glacier combines with the Zillertal skiing mountains Eggalm, Rastkogel, Finkenberg, Penken/Mayrhofen and Ahorn to the skiing area Ski- & Glacier world Zillertal 3000. With just one ski pass you can enojy a total of 202 kilometres of slopes.
Year-round skiing and its specials
Soaking up the spring sun belongs to spring skiing as the binding belongs to skis and snowboards – you can’t do without! The warmer temperatures in spring not only change the mood, but also the slope conditions. While the slopes are still pretty hard in the morning, they often get soft in the afternoon. In between, there is the insider tip for spring skiiers: the firn snow.
"The Early Birds"
Even in summer they can't keep their feet still, or rather, they can't keep them off snow. They start early in the morning to take a few turns: the Early Birds. No matter what challenges the summer temperatures bring, no snow is no solution for them. Snow, powder snow, ice, soft slopes, slopes with good grip, warm temperatures, cold days: everything is included here!
When the golden autumn descends in the valley, they can hardly wait to buckle up their skis for autumn skiing on the glacier: the "Jocks". Crunchy slopes, challenging conditions and a uniquely clear view are typical characteristics of skiing in autumn temperatures. Now is the time to prepare for winter - for our numerous training teams as well as for recreational athletes.
"The Pleasure Carvers"
Snow-covered mountains, the picturesque white landscape, cool temperatures and wide pistes await you on the glacier in winter. As a beginner, advanced, with the whole family - it doesn't really matter how and what: In the winter months, fun on the slopes is on the program the whole day! Our training teams are now taking a break, well, a break from training: now it's race time around the globe!
Good to know
Tips for preparing your glacier skiing day
Check the weather report: Conditions change over time, which is why you should definitely inquire about the last snowfall, temperature profile, etc. for a certain period of time before your glacier day.
Obtain information directly from the ski area: On our website you will find information about the open facilities, snow depths, condition of the slopes, etc. Also check our social media channels.
Don't forget sun protection: The intense sunlight requires good protection. As also the snow also reflects strongly, make sure you pack sunscreen and sunglasses!