In the world of the Tux mountains
Ski any time of year in Hintertux
It has fascinated humans since time immemorial. And it thrills us still. We in Tux benefit from our privileged location at the foot of the glacier. It’s more than just an amazing spectacle. It’s also our heritage and a place of endless wonders. Skiing, hiking, cave tours, the natural ice palace and even bathing in ice-cold waters at 3,250 meters above the sea.
Skiing 365 days a year
The Hintertux glacier is the only ski area in Austria to offer top-notch skiing 365 days a year. From welcoming red-rated slopes to sporting challenges on the black pistes, snow sports fans can enjoy the entire range of skiing, snowboarding and touring pleasures. Ever been skiing in high summer? The option is always available here in the Tux valley!
And there’s also much more to the glacier than just magnificent views or skiing fun. The Hintertux glacier is also a giant playland for adventurers and nature lovers, even when the weather is warm elsewhere!
At peak level
There is nothing quite like glacier skiing, especially in spring, when the temperatures are pleasantly mild and the valley is luscious green. You can even leave your thick winter parka at home. But don’t forget the sunscreen, because the rays are especially intense at these high altitudes. Be sure to enjoy a break in a deck chair with a cool beer and tasty snack.
Point your skis in the morning to the freshly groomed trails, and then in the afternoon join us in the garden of the Tirolerhof for an early summer concert by the birds. Sound good? Trust us, it is.
Curtains up for adventure on the Hintertuxer glacier
- Skiing 365 days a year.
- Tourable natural ice palace, boat rides and even swimming
- Comfortable, ultra-modern climbing aids and inviting restaurants like the Spannagelhaus at over 2,500 m
- Europe’s highest tourable cave, the Spannagelhöhle
- Glacier Flohpark Hintertux and Pepi’s Kinderland for the little guys
- The glacier as your playground: 60 km and 15,000 meters of elevation for sports at true peak levels