Winter

 

- 10 km (6 mi.) from the ski region Kühtai (complimentary ski bus): At an altitude of 2,020 m (6,627 ft.), Kühtai is Austria's highest skiing region and therefore guarantees snow from early December until late spring. Hardly any queue time at the lifts!
Every Wednesday and Saturday there is night skiing between 7.30 p.m. – 10 p.m..

- 1 ski pass – 2 ski regions, double ski fun in Kühtai and Hochoetz

- Ideal starting point for ski touring in the Sellraintal valley and Kühtai. This region is one of the most beautiful ski regions for ski touring in the Tyrolean Alps.
Overview of all ski tour suggestions:

- cross-country skiing, snow shoe hikes, toboggan and ice climbing

- ski rental at Sport Seppl (Gries im Sellrain & Kühtai).

- Perfect for children and beginners is the Sonnenberglift in Gries im Sellrain, with drag lift and magic carpet.

 

WELCOME CARD (= guestcard)

With the Welcome Card you enjoy many activities and discounts in Innsbruck and the surrounding area. You receive The Welcome Card (= guestcard) for free when you check in in Landhaus Tyrol. The card entitles you to participate in the hiking program (in summer) and in using all skibusses (in winter) and offers reduced rates for many activities. Furthermore you can use free of charge some of the public busses which take you to the surroundings of Innsbruck. For all guests who stay 3 or more nights there is also one free ride on following cable cars: Drei-Seen-Bahn in Kühtai (summer), Muttereralmbahn (summer), Axamer Lizum Olympiabahn (summer) and Rangger-Köpfl-Bahn in Oberperfuss (summer and winter). And furthermore you get a 25% discount for the Nordkette and Patscherkofel (summer). Using these cable cars you can do wonderful hiking tours or just go up and enjoy the magnificent mountain views!

Leaflet Welcome Card (english) (pdf)

 

INNSBRUCK CARD

One card - all inclusive!

This card includes all major places of interest in the city. The price is very good and pays off by visiting 2 or 3 of the included places.

The Innsbruck Card includes:

- 1 ride with the Nordkette cable car and other cable cars
- Entrance and shuttle bus to Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens
- Entrance to the Alpine Zoo including Hungerburg railway
- Entrance to all museums: Imperial Palace, Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art, Court Church, Ambras
Castle, Bell Museum, Bergisel Ski Jump Stadium, Coin Museum in Hall and much more...
- Hop On Hop Off bus
- Public transport in Innsbruck and to Hall
- Discounts for special places and events, for example Tyrolean Evening, Tratzberg Castle in Jenbach
and Mountain Carts (Muttereralmpark)

The Innsbruck Card is available for 24, 48 or 72 hours at following rates:
24 hours EUR 43,00 / 48 hours EUR 50,00 / 72 hours EUR 59,00
Children (6 - 15 years): 50% discount.
Prices valid until 30th of April 2020.



Leaflet Innsbruck Card (english)