Flix to the slopes - discover the best ski resorts in Tyrol

The ski resorts in the Tyrol region

Skiing in Tyrol

High mountains, deep valleys and snow in the winter. In the mountains of Tyrol winter is white and offers holidaymakers a whole range of options: from skiing and free-riding and snowboarding to relaxing activities away from the slopes such as cross country, winter hiking or tobogganing.
And, last but not least a cosy hut awaits you with a warm drink and maybe even a delicious Kaiserschmarren pancake.
Enjoy some exciting winter moments in Tyrol with the new FlixBus routes. 

How does Flix to the slopes work?

You are coming from Munich and want to go to Tyrol?

Simply hop on a coach - and travel direcly without needing to change. You can also book your ski pass for the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental and Stubai as an add-on- with just one click. Simply choose the ski destination "with ski pass".

Are you from another city in Germany?

You can also enjoy the winter in Tyrol - there are many different connections and they allow enough time to change coach.

When do the ski routes start?

Book your tickets now and travel to Tyrol's most popular skiing areas - twice a day from Friday to Sunday and seven days a week during the holidays! You can take ski equipment with you at no extra cost.

The ski network in Tyrol

New routes to ski resorts in Tyrol:

Simply click here for an enlarged view of the skiing network.

Winter sports route to the Stubai Gletscher

You can find more interesting and practical information about the ski resorts below.

Seefeld | Innsbruck | Stubaier Gletscher | Neustift im StubaitalFlupmes | Mieders

The line runs from 07.11.2017-25.04.2018 on.

Winter sports route to SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental / Kitzbühel Alps:

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental (Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau) | St. Johann in Tirol | Kitzbühel Kirchberg in Tirol

The line runs from 08.12.2017-08.04.2018 on.

Olympiaregion Seefeld

Ski Resort Olympia region Seefeld

The Olympic region of Seefeld offers a range of winter fun on a high-up sunny plateau 1,200 metres above sea level. Do some curves on the same sun-kissed slopes as Lindsay Vonn and future world champions (FIS Nordic World Cup 2019), or hike up to some quaint huts and discover diverse natural toboggan runs.

The Ski Arena Seefeld boasts wide slopes for sun-kissed leisure skiing and one of the world's best cross-counrty areas for action lovers. After an action-packed day, a range of culinary delights and wellness activities promise a great time of relaxation.

Info about Olympiaregion Seefeld - Ski Arena

Highlights: BMW xDrive with ski line & ski movie, zip-line, kids land, night skiing, 256 km cross country trails, 142 km winter hiking trails, 8 toboggan runs, 2 skating rinks, 2 leisure pools

Season: from 02.12.2017 to 02.04.2018 (season depends on snow conditions)

Slopes: 25.8 km total (18.9 km easy | 5.9 km intermediate | 1 km expert)

How do I get to the ski resort by bus?

Bus stops: Seefeld

Driving time from Munich: about 2 hours

Ski pass bookable? Available in the ski resort

Bus trip from: €8.00
Visit Seefeld ski resort
Seefald Olympia ski resort
Seefeld ski resort

Our hotel tips for Seefeld

You can find more information about the ski resort here.

Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck

The ski resorts in Innsbruck

Innsbruck adds an urban touch to skiing - nine ski resorts and 300 slope kilometres in and around the capital city of the Alps provide an endless supply of slopes with guaranteed snow. The Innsbruck region has the right mountain for everyone, regardless of age or experience: from the Ski Lounge with a view of the town, the Vital Park for leisurely skiers, the Ski Resort for families, the Playground for young trendsetters and the Olympia Park for the more experienced. And wherever you are in the region, the town is never further than a few kilometres away and can be reached easily with the free Ski-bus.

Info about Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck

Highlights: 4 snow parks, snow pipe, night skiing, illuminated toboggan runs with 7.9km length, Igloo Village and Igloo Parties, snow biking, ski tours Paradies

Season: from mid-September - mid June (depending on altitude of resort)

Slopes: 300 km total (23 km easy | 15 km intermediate | 33 km expert)

How do I get to the ski resort by bus?

Bus stop: Innsbruck

Driving time from Munich: about 2.5 hours

Ski pass bookable? Available in the ski resort

Bus trip from: €8.00

Mountainview
City Center
Top of the mountain

Our hotel tips for Innsbruck

You can find more information about the ski resort here.
 

Stubai / Stubaier Gletscher

Ski resort Stubaier Gletscher

One valley, lots of character. The Stubai Gletscher ensures winter sports enthusiasts and snow-lovers have an unforgettable experience in Stubai. The Stubai Gletscher is Austria's biggest glacier ski resort and is 45 minutes' drive from Innsbruck. The altitude is 3,000 metres above sea level and guarantees snow from October to June. 35 descents in all levels of difficulty and 26 lifts promise pure skiing pleasure. The offering in the ski resort is wide ranging: Snowpark Stubai Zoo with Easy, Medium and Pro levels, the Powder Department invites guests for Freeride Runs while children can amuse themselves in the BIG Family Ski-Camp. A range of restaurants and huts are a great place to take a break. Children under 10 can ski on the Stubai Gletscher for free when accompanied by a paying parent.

Info about Stubai and Stubaier Gletscher

Highlights: Snowpark Stubai Zoo, Powder Department Stubaier Gletscher, BIG Family Ski-Camp, ice cave, Stubaier Gletscher, summit platform TOP OF TYROL

Season: Skiing from 16.09.2017 to 03.06.2018 from 08:00/ 08:30 to 16:15

Slopes : 64 km total (23 km easy | 15 km intermediate | 26 km expert)

How do I get to the ski resort by bus?

Bus stop: Mieders | Fulpmes | Neustift im Stubaital | Stubaier Gletscher

Driving time from Munich: about 3.5 hours

Ski pass bookable? Yes, for booked trips from Munich ZOB

You get the ski ticket during check-in at the bus. 

Bus trip from: €9.00

Ski pass + bus trip from: €49.00

Visit the ski resort Stubaier Gletscher
Visit ski resort Stubaier Gletscher
Visit Stubaier Gletscher

Our hotel tips for Stubai

You can find more information about the ski resort here.

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

The ski resort Wilder Kaiser

The SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser  - Brixental is one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world. 9 direct starting points with over 284 prepared slope kilometres and 21 downhill runs await you. At the SkiWelt, you can always choose a route that allows you avoid using the lift or having to ski on the same slope twice. Whether you're a beginner, a family, hobby skier or a pro, everyone will have a lot of fun in the ski world. Our unique feature: Take a break in one of 77 family-run huts with sun terrace and waiter service.

Info about SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

Highlights: 4 Funparks, 3 Skimovie slopes and some speed measuring slopes, ALPENIGLU village, 3 illuminated toboggan runs, Austria's biggest night skiing area

Season: 08.12.2017- 08.04.2018 open from 8:30 to 16:00

Slopes: 284 km in total (122 km easy | 129 km intermediate | 33 km expert)

How do I get to the ski resort by bus?

Bus stops: Söll | Scheffau | Ellmau

Driving time from Munich: about 2 hours

Ski pass bookable?: Yes, for booked trips from Munich ZOB

You get the ski ticket during check-in at the bus. 

Bus trip from: €7,90

Ski pass + bus trip from: €46,40

Ski resort Wilder Kaiser
The Alpsiglu village
Apres ski at Wilder Kaiser

Our hotel tips for SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental

You can find more information about the ski resort here.

Skistar St. Johann in Tirol

Ski resort St. Johann in Tyrol

A gem in the heart of the Alps! SkiStar St. Johann in Tirol is a compact ski resort for beginners and pros. Slopes stretching more than 40 kilometres with expansive views await you, complete with 19 rest stops in cosy huts. A new cable car and chairlift make the ascent up to family skiing area a dream, and the car parks are close to the town centre. On SkiStar St. Johann in Tirol, you can almost ski right into the town itself. Here you can enjoy new bars and pubs and both modern and traditional restaurants. A range of shops make the experience perfect.

Info about SkiStar St. Johann in Tirol

Highlights: New: Opening of the 10-seater gondola lift and the 6-seater chairlift at Eichenhof in St. Johann in Tirol!

Season: until 2. april 2018

Slopes: 42.5 km total (16 km easy | 23 km intermediate | 3.5 km expert )

How do I get to the ski resort by bus?

Bus stop: St. Johann in Tirol

Driving time from Munich: about 2.5 hours

Ski pass bookable? Available in the ski resort

Bus trip from: €9.90

Ski resort St. Johann in Tyrol
Visit St. Johann in Tyrol
The ski resort St. Johann in Tyrol

Out hotel tips for St. Johann in Tirol

You can find more information about the ski resort here.

Kitzbühel-Kirchberg

Ski resort Kitzbühel-Kirchberg

The most legendary sports city in the Alps has been writing successful ski history for over 120 years. The so-called Gamsstadt is characterised by its high snow guarantee, good transport links, long winters and its many events, hence the motto: Kitzbühel, enjoyable 365 days a year.

The ski resort of Kitzbühel-Kirchberg boasts an area of 463 hectares and 68 excellently prepared ski slopes in all levels of difficulty with a total length of 179 kilometres. In addition, there are 13 marked but not prepared skiing routes with a total of 36 km in length. With 54 highly modern funiculars and ski lifts, all slopes are easy to reach.

Info about Kitzbühel-Kirchberg

Highlights: KitzSki Extended: Longest ski slope with 8,3 km, 13 marked ski routes, 3S-gondola, 54 lifts

Season: 14.10.2017 01.05.2018 daily from 8:30 to 16:30

Slopes: 179 km total (101 km easy | 61 km intermediate | 17 km expert)

How do I get to the ski resort by bus?

Bus stop: Kirchberg in Tirol | Kitzbühel

Driving time from Munich: about 2.5 hours

Ski pass bookable? Available in the ski resort

Bus trip from: €9.90
Ski resort Kitzbühel-Kirchberg
Ski resort Kitzbühel-Kirchberg
Ski resort Kitzbühel-Kirchberg

Our hotel tips for Kitzbühel-Kirchberg

Ski(s)pass package - 3 to 8 night inclusive ski pass of Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel

You can find more information about Kitzbuehl ski resort here and about Kirchberg here.