Tyrol – Austrian region invites you to go skiing!
The authentic beauty of alpine towns and the eternal majesty of the mountains. Such is the Austrian Tyrol – extremely hospitable to skiers and winter enthusiasts. More than 80 ski resorts and 3,000 km of perfectly groomed slopes of all levels of difficulty await skiers and snowboarders in Tyrol.
You’re going skiing in Austria, but don’t know which region to choose? It is definitely worth coming to Tyrol! No flashy ads, stalls, commercialism – respect for the surrounding nature and sustainability is a guarantee of real experiences and emotions. Tyrol doesn’t pretend to be anyone – including culinarily. The region focuses on local delicacies and proudly serves dishes made with products sourced from local producers. Tyrol impresses with its infrastructure for skiers – the most technologically advanced lifts guarantee comfort and safety for adults and the youngest skiers.
Zillertal Brandberg – here the charm of the Alpine towns is not an artificial facade for tourists – but the authentic identity of the region (photo. mat. Tyrol press)
Austrian Tyrol is located relatively close to Poland – we can cover the distance in about 10 hours by car. Accommodation can be easily found on the Tyrol website.pl or another popular booking platform. We can rest assured about the standard of accommodations – even the basic rooms and apartments are spacious, and usually with an independent kitchen or kitchenette. Lovers of luxury can choose from hotels offering the highest level of accommodations and catering – in Tyrol you will find plenty of places with wellness facilities (saunas) and their own swimming pool complex.
Stubaital, Schlick (fot. mat. Tyrol press)
The Tyrol is the ideal place to learn how to ski – carefully groomed slopes and friendly instructors will meet the requirements of every beginner and perfectly prepare you for further skiing on your own. During lessons with an instructor, we do not waste time standing in queues, and the training itself takes place on many kilometers of wide slopes, where every maneuver can be practiced to perfection. What places in Tyrol we recommend?
Skigebiet Nauders (fot. mat. Tyrol press)
Here’s a quick rundown for those looking for the best routes to learn and polish their skills – and more details on the www.Tyrol.en and on the websites of the Tyrolean resorts.
For those who are taking their first steps on skis, we recommend the Stubai Valley, which is famous for its long and safe blue runs, excellent training staff and many activities for those who need a rest to gather strength for the next lessons.
Stubaier Glacier, Eisgratbahn (photo. mat. Tyrol press)
The Stubai Glacier, known as the “kingdom of snow,” offers miles of trails and a professional team of ski coaches. Lessons are a pleasure – without wasting time in lines, on a wide and gentle slope – we can master the basic level of skiing skills after just a few hours of lessons.
A pristinely beautiful resort located on a glacier that is approx. 30 minutes by car or ski bus. Kaunertal offers a unique opportunity to experience moments alone with the majesty of the Alps. All slopes guarantee unbelievable views. The lifts and queues are designed to minimize negative environmental impact. The blue slopes are very gentle and forgive the mistakes of beginners, while the red slopes let the finest winter sports fans come true. The engines of the ski lift machinery draw energy from the sun through photovoltaic installations. On the slopes we have the opportunity to relax and try great Tyrolean dishes in two restaurants.
photo. mat. Tyrol press
S ö lden
The iconic resort, famous for its ultra-strong black runs, where world alpine skiing champions train and compete. An extremely prestigious place on the ski map of the world. Sölden’s slopes became the staging ground for Bond’s adventures in Spectre with Daniel Craig – and Sölden thanked the Hero for his cooperation by opening a remarkable, interactive James Bond museum.
Right next to the famous resort, in the village of Längenfeld is located Aqua Dome – hotel and an outdoor and indoor pool complex open to the public with an ultra-modern spa area. The Aqua Dome blends into the alpine landscape with great elegance – the entire complex is glazed so that when we relax in the pools we can always admire the surrounding mountains. In Längenfeld, modernity intertwines with tradition – such is, for example, the eco-friendly hotel Waldklause , awarded several times for the highest quality of service and at the same time honored for nurturing and cultivating Tyrolean traditions and customs.
Stubaitalbahn (fot. mat. Tyrol press)
Zillertal – Mayrhofen
Located in a picturesque town, the ski resort is one of several in the valley. The one in Mayerhofen is 44 kilometers of blue trails, 70 kilometers of red trails, 22 kilometers of black trails, including one extremely difficult one that became so famous that it deserved its own name. In the “Harakiri” is a route with a 78 percent. slope. The Harakiri is one of the steepest runs in all of Austria and the biggest attraction in the Mayrhofen ski resort. A real adrenaline booster and training ground of skiing skills for the most advanced.
Zillertal Mayrhofen (fot. mat. (Tyrol press release)
The described resorts are only a part of Tyrol’s offerings. Each is a destination with a guarantee of satisfaction for your winter vacation. Detailed information on each can be found at www.tyrol.en.
Close, friendly and with a guarantee of fun and quality. Tyrol invites you to vacation in the heart of the Alps.
Mayrhofen (fot. matt. Tyrol press)