Terrace at the Kristallhütte hut in Hochzillertal, © Tirol Werbung/Josef Mallaun
© Terrace at the Kristallhütte hut in Hochzillertal, © Tirol Werbung/Josef Mallaun
Spring Skiing

More than 50 ski resorts in Tirol are open after Easter and offer guests the perfect way to round off the season.


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Sillian-Hochpustertal Ski Resort, © Tirol Werbung/Robert Pupeter
© Sillian-Hochpustertal Ski Resort, © Tirol Werbung/Robert Pupeter
Ski Holiday

The essence of a ski holiday in Tirol.


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Top of the Mountain Easter Concert in Ischgl, © TVB Paznaun-Ischgl
© Top of the Mountain Easter Concert in Ischgl, © TVB Paznaun-Ischgl
Season Closing Events

Celebrations are in order to commemorate the great winter that was in Tirol, and to look forward to another one to come.


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Comeback to skiing, © Alpbachtal Seenland Tourismus
© Comeback to skiing, © Alpbachtal Seenland Tourismus
Back on Skis

Skilled winter sport instructors will have you skiing or boarding in no time.


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Skiing & Snowboarding in Tirol


There’s no substitute for a Tirol winter vacation: Home to over 80 ski areas and a skiable terrain of around 3,000 kilometres, Tirol offers some of the most epic trails and thrilling rides you’ll be able to find. Having so many superb ski resorts makes Tirol the number one ski and snowboard destination in the European Alps.

Tirol has some of the largest ski resorts in the nation, but we also treasure the hidden-gem ski areas, which still offer great snow and plenty of space to perfect your skills. With ever-evolving ski lift technology and an unquenchable drive to offer visitors the best, Tirol’s ski resorts have one-of-a-kind amenities that will exceed a vacation wish list.

More than 300 acclaimed ski school learning programs are the perfect springboard to a life-long love affair with the slopes. Our terrain parks have rails to grind, jumps to launch and superpipes to drop. All of Tirol ski resorts make for amazing family vacations. At Tirol’s famous après ski spots the fun really gets going after the lifts stop running. And Tirol’s five Glacier Ski Resorts open earlier and stay open later in the season than anyone else, roughly offering year-round skiing.

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