The ski resort Patscherkofel – Innsbruck-Igls is located in the Innsbruck area (Austria, Tyrol). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 18 km of slopes available. 8 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 900 and 2,026 m.
The Patscherkofel is the home mountain of Innsbruck. This ski resort, which is located 1400 m above the city, provides the right conditions for skiing, snowboarding and every other type of winter sport. The varied terrain offers family-friendly slopes as well as challenging slopes for ambitious athletes. read more There are two entry points for this winter sports resort: the traditional Patscherkofel cable car at Innsbruck-Igls and the Olympiaexpress quad chairlift on the Römerstrasse. A very modern snow-making facility guarantees winter sports enjoyment in the sunny ski resort. The skiing highlights include the 6 km long slope to the Römerstrasse and the World Cup slope, which is part of the Olympic run. Rustic huts and modern bistros distributed from the peak to the valley invite guests to enjoy a break. In addition, a breath-taking panorama view over Innsbruck is presented with a view to the Wipptal, Stubai Valley and the Inn Valley as well as the opposing Nordkette mountain range.