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Wide slopes at the Kaserer tow lift

Runs/ski slopes Hintertux Glacier (Hintertuxer Gletscher)

The slopes lead primarily through treeless terrain. From the Tuxer Fernerhaus upwards, there is glacial ice beneath the slopes. Only the valley run to Hintertux leads through a forested area. Most of the slopes here are intermediate in level. Easy slopes are found on the Sommerbergalm as well as at the Kaserer and Olperer tow lifts. A steep, groomed slope awaits sporty skiers and snowboarders at the Lärmstange 2 6-person chairlift. Numerous unprepared ski routes also offer challenges.

Runs/slopes

60 km
Total
Easy 14 km (23 %)
Intermediate 35 km (59 %)
Difficult 11 km (18 %)
Additional runs
  • Marked ski routes 13 km
Worth knowing
  • Artificial snow-making
    260 Snow cannons
    60 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
  • Valley run available
    The valley run leads from the Tuxer Joch to Hintertux and is intermediate in level. There is also a ski route from the Sommerbergalm to Hintertux.

Run location

  • Glacier
  • above tree line
  • under tree line

Longest run

  • Tuxer Joch - Hintertux · Length 7 km · Elevation difference 960 m
    From the Tuxer Joch mountain station, you pass the Tuxerjochhaus and then ski immediately to the left onto a ski path to the "Schwarze Pfanne" valley run. This leads to Hintertux or to the base station of the Gletscher lift.

Most difficult run

  • Sonnenhang · Length 0.5 km · Elevation difference 200 m

Slope tip

  • Spannagel run to the Sommerbergalm
Snowparks
  • Snow park/Fun park
  • Halfpipe
Highlights
  • Skiline
    Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge


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