Intermediate slopes predominate at the Axamer Lizum ski resort. The central area stretches around the Hoadl (2,340 m) and the Pleisen (2,235 m) with a view of the Inn Valley. There are slopes for experts on the Birgitzköpfl. An attractive selection of ski routes for advanced skiers is distributed throughout the ski resort. There are perfect opportunities for freeriders and powder fans at the foot of the Kalkkögel. Beginners will feel at home at the Kaserwald lifts. Even the easy Women's Olympic run, which leads from the peak of the Hoadl to the base, is a great slope for ambitious beginners. Another highlight is the Golden Roofpark Axamer Lizum.
30 km Total
7 km (23 %)
21 km (70 %)
2 km (7 %)
Marked ski routes 10 km
There is a ski path from the Axamer Lizum ski resort to the Mutterer Alm ski resort. To get back to Axamer Lizum, you must take the ski bus.
Artificial snow-making 25 Snow cannons 80 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available All slopes end in Axamer Lizum and one slope even leads down to Axams (no lift connection).
above tree line
under tree line
Women’s Olympic Slope · Length 3.1 km · Elevation difference 770 m
Most difficult run
Birgitzköpfl · Length 2 km · Elevation difference 475 m Mogul slope from top to bottom
Women’s Olympic Slope
Snow park/Fun park
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