Ski Hintertux and get the thrills of Europe's most challenging glacier skiing and snowboarding. All year-round winter sports including a 12km long run. Pistes for all abilities at up to 3250m altitude - perfect!
If you ski Hintertux, you can choose anytime in the year for your ski holiday. As the whole resort is glacier skiing and snowboarding, you'll find challenging slopes whatever the weather elsewhere. Sharing the Zillertal Superskipass, this resort offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains over to Finkenberg and even Mayrhofen. Access is a pain unless you can fly into Innsbruck which has a 90 minute transfer. Salzburg and Munich are close to 2.5 hours on a good day.
On the slopes
Ski holidays in Hintertux ski resort allow you to ski the Tuxer Glacier - with skiing as high as 3,250m it offers steep, challenging slopes all year round, and is used by many national ski teams during the summer months. Intermediate/advanced skiers and boarders will really enjoy the challenges and if you like off piste then you will have plenty to keep you busy.
Hintertux is also one of the resorts covered by the 'Zillertal Superski' pass, with a total of 455km. As a freestyle boarder or skier, you have a good terrain park as well as some half pipes to play with. Any other fun you want you may have to look for the lips of the pistes and also the off piste areas themselves - there sure are plenty.
If you ski Hintertux you are also in the ski region of Zillertal.
Off the slopes
Despite the resort name, there's no village called Tux - rather, it's a collection of villages, Lanersbach, Juns, Madseit and Hintertux. However, there's the Tux Sport bus which circles around so you can easily stop off wherever you fancy - there's a great selection of restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs for every taste and budget. Other activities include a sled ride on one of Tux's three illuminated tracks, snowshoe hikes, and over 38km of prepared winter hiking trails.