- Olympic ski run (length 7.5 km)
- Kinderland (15,000 m2) and snowpark
- Top restaurants with the "Das Kofel" and "Das Hausberg"
Skiing on the Patscherkofel means enjoying pure joie de vivre on Innsbruck's local mountain. 1,674 meters above the city, winter presents itself from its most beautiful side here. The Patscherkofel, only a ten minute-drive from Innsbruck, convinces with the Patscherkofel cable cars, a 10-seat mono-cable facility, and its family-friendly and varied descents. Not for nothing, Innsbruck’s local mountain is the ideal place for winter sports of any kind when spending your skiing holidays in Igls.
|A Patscherkofelbahn Sektion II|
|A Patscherkofelbahn Sektion I|
|B Übungslift Patscherkofel|
|F Übungslift Igls|
|11 Übungswiese Igls|
|5 Übungshang Patscherkofel|
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The family-friendly slopes and the legendary Olympic run offer skiers and snowboarders simple to challenging terrain as well as fantastic views over the city of Innsbruck. In the 15,000 m2 children's area, little guests can learn how to ski in a playful way. The snowpark has also been a hotspot for guests from all over the world for years.
There are three signposted ski touring routes available to ski tourers and snowshoe hikers, and with the ski touring night on Thursdays that runs until 10:00 pm something that can hardly be found elsewhere in this form is on offer as well.
In addition to rustic lodges and mountain pastures, the restaurants "Das Kofel" and "Das Hausberg" are ready to pamper you. A good opportunity to indulge in the first-class culinary offer.
Night skiing every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 to 7:00 pm at Heiligwasserwiese is another good reason to spend your skiing holiday in Igls. With the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck there is a 25% discount on night tickets - so let's get started!
Whoever visits Innsbruck should not miss out on its local mountain. The Patscherkofel with its round top and the characteristic transmission mast is quite an eye-catcher that achieved world fame through the alpine ski races during the Olympic Games of 1964 and 1976. The term Kofel, which is a local term, is certainly interesting. It generally stands for mountain top or hilltop. The Patscherkofel is thus the "hilltop of the village of Patsch".