© Imster Bergbahnen
© Imster Bergbahnen

Imst Alpine Coaster


The small town of Imst is home to Tirol's longest Alpine Coaster – an impressive 3.5km-long track on which riders reach speeds of up to 40kph. It's open in winter and in summer, and you can opt to travel alone or with a friend.

Your fun begins with a scenic chairlift ride with dramatic views as you will watch riders zooming down the hillside. Looking down, your palms will sweat, and your pulse will race as you prepare yourself for what lies ahead. The adventure begins right at the top, at Untermarkter Alm at an altitude of 1,500m.  After buckling into the cart (which is covered in winter or in rain), you push forward to release the brakes. Ahead of you lies a steep drop from where you descend 500 vertical metres over 3.5 kilometres of high-speed rail, twisting and turning across ski runs, meadows and through the forest all the way down. The thrilling journey includes banks, turns, dips, twists, waves and a spectacular 450-degree circle, reaching speeds of up to 40kph. The unique cart design allows you to ride individually or tandem with small children; kids must be at least 3 years old. To ride alone, children must be 8 years of age or older, and 1,25 metres or taller. It’s a ride you won’t soon forget—the sort of ride you want to do again, and again, and again, and again, and again…

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Opening hours


10:00am to 5:00pm - Thursdays to Sundays in May, June, September and October; daily in July and August

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One Ride, 3 Rides or 10 Rides Tickets; Combined Ticket (Chairlift and Coaster Ride)

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  • Family friendly
  • For children from: 3 years

  • handicap-accessible
  • Possible in rainy weather

Parking is available at the base of “Imster Bergbahnen” Chair Lifts in Hoch-Imst.

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Ihr Ziel: Hoch Imst 19, Imst, Österreich

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