Skiing & ski rental in Hintertux
The glacier ski resort joined forces with four other ski resorts for an unparalleled winter sports experience. Eggalm, Rastkogel, Finkenberg, Penken/Mayrhofen and Ahorn/Mayrhofen form the Ziller Valley’s most snow-sure ski area: the Ski & Glacier World Zillertal 3000.
Skiing in all seasons
It might sound like something out of a fairy tale, but it’s true: At the Hintertux Glacier , you can go skiing all year round. However, just like the seasons change, so do the snow conditions. Winter is the peak season for skiing and snowboarding, offering conditions that cater to everyone – from beginners and families to thrill-seekers. Spring skiing brings its own joys, attracting those who enjoy a mix of ample sunshine and ski runs that start off crisp in the morning and get softer as the day goes by.
The idea of winter sports during summer might seem odd, but in Hintertux, it’s a cherished tradition. Depending on the day’s weather, you can find yourself gliding down slopes that are either soft or firm, under sunny skies or in cooler temperatures. And as autumn paints the valley in shades of gold and red, the higher elevations boast crisp slopes, challenging snow conditions and clear skies.
Our tip: No matter the season – spring, summer, autumn or winter – you can always rent the perfect equipment at the local INTERSPORT Rent shop. So, if you’ve already packed away your gear at the end of spring but the slopes are calling in summer, you can take advantage of our convenient rental option.
Ski rental in the Ziller Valley
Your INTERSPORT Rent shop in Hintertux
Aside from the latest skis and snowboards, the INTERSPORT Rent shop in Hintertux also offers a wide range of safety equipment. If you want to venture off the beaten path, you’ll find everything you need for your outdoor adventures, including snowshoes and touring skis. The team of RENTertainers are on hand with their experience and expertise to help you make the perfect selection.
Skiing in Hintertux
More about the ski resort
The Ski & Glacier World Zillertal 3000 invites skiers and snowboarders to explore 204 kilometres of slopes from early December to mid-April. The runs start at an impressive 3,250 metres above sea level and wind their way down to 630 metres. The choice is correspondingly diverse: Both beginners on skis and experienced pros can enjoy exciting winter sports days in Hintertux.
Those craving variety can explore natural snow slopes, powder snow slopes and mogul runs. And freestylers also get their fill: The Hintertux Betterpark, located at the ski area, is among the highest and most snow-sure freestyle playgrounds and one of the top snow parks in the Alps. It’s the perfect spot to showcase your skills, with impeccable jumps and a constantly changing jib set-up.
Beyond the ski runs, the stunning winter landscape also offers ample opportunities for hiking, sledging and cross-country skiing in a breathtaking mountain setting.
What’s waiting for you at the Ski & Glacier World Zillertal 3000?
- 204 kilometres of ski runs
- 62 cable cars and lifts
- a fantastic snow park for freestyle fans
- the 62-km “Glacier Circuit” for skiing enthusiasts
- 3 floodlit sledging runs
- winter sports action at up to 3,250 metres above sea level
A look into the ski resort
INTERSPORT Rent tip
Our RENTertainers recommend
For those eager to rack up kilometres on the slopes, tackling the “Glacier Circuit” is the way to go. This skiing experience starts in Hintertux and takes you through the Ski & Glacier World Zillertal 3000. You’ll ski across varied runs catering to all skill levels and cover an impressive 15,000 metres of difference in altitude. All that’s required is good fitness and a day ski pass for the Hintertux Glacier or the Zillertal Superskipass – and you’re all set for your winter adventure.