Hintertux's slopes are fairly extensive and, for a glacier, surprisingly varied and occasionally challenging. Only the final ski route to the valley is in trees.

Slopes

  • Resort altitude: 1500m
  • Lower slopes: 630m
  • Upper slopes: 3250m
  • Total pistes: 193km

For beginners

There is a short nursery slope at valley level, but then you're riding the gondola up to (and back from) Sommerbergalm, where there are blue runs served by drags and a chair. You'll need a full lift pass.

For intermediates

The area particularly suits good, confident intermediates. The long runs down from Gefrorene Wand and Kaserer are fun. The runs to the valley are very satisfying. Moderate intermediates will love the top slopes on the glacier, and the Tuxer Joch area.

For advanced

There is more to amuse experts here than on any other glacier, with a proper black run at glacier level and challenging slopes beneath. A lot of the off-piste is little used.

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Good For

Ability
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
In Resort
  • Village Charm
On Slope
  • Fast Lifts
  • No Queues
  • Snow Reliability

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