Winter Delights out in Nature
While alpine skiing is very popular, there are various other exciting winter activities to enjoy in Innsbruck's holiday region. Explore pristine nature, untouched powder slopes while ski mountaineering, tobogganing, cross-country skiing, snow-shoe & winter hiking, or simply go out and breathe in the fresh alpine air and enjoy the tranquillity of the snow-covered landscape.
Everyone agrees tobogganing is one of the most fun activities to enjoy during winter and various toboggan tracks in Innsbruck & its holiday regions offer plenty of exciting runs back into the valley after a lovely pit stop in a rustic alpine hut at the top of the track. Walk up together, have fun, enjoy the stunning views, snow-covered trees, warm drinks in the huts with the locals, because even the locals here do not want to miss out on the fun of racing back down the toboggan tracks together with friends and family.
Innsbruck and its holiday regions boast fantastic conditions for cross-country skiers. No matter if you prefer the classic style or freestyle skating, the prepared tracks are suitable for both styles of skiing. There are many opportunities to glide and explore starting with tracks close to the city all the way to tracks up as high as 1,600 metres above sealevel. Find the ideal track to suit your preferences and find any level of difficulty, from easy for beginners to challenging for experienced skiers.
Winter- and Snowshoe Hiking:
For a peaceful and grounding winter experience, we recommend a winter hike along footpaths in magical winter settings. The prepared and cleared footpaths allow you to walk out into the snow-covered nature which always additionally is remarkably tranquil. The only thing you need are sturdy shoes and wrap yourself up for warmth and off you go on your winter adventure.
If you prefer an adventure off the beaten track, snowshoe walking allows you to go out and discover even more of our winter wonderland. There are plenty of tours available in our holiday region during winter.
Recommendation: Plan your winter- or snowshoe hike and include a stop at one of the many local restaurants or alpine huts. You can additionally enjoy Tyrolean meals for strength as well as regional produce while you warm up and gain some fresh energy to complete your winter experience.