Innsbruck Mountain statistics

This season

Season Dates

Opening Date: Sat 29 Nov 2008
Closing Date: Wed 15 Apr 2009

New season improvements

2008/9:New 6 million euro ski and snowboard in Igls. Expanded terrain features in Nordpark, the snowboarding mecca of Tirol. One of only 4 Austrian Superpipes.Free Bus Transportation to all 9 resorts, including Kühtai, Austrias highest alpine village at 2000 m. 3 new lifts and more snowcanons, virtually guaranteeing great snow conditions.

Mountain Details

Mountain

Top lift: 3200m
Vertical drop: 1460m
Bottom lift: 850m

Pistes

Ride Area: 323miles
Longest Piste: 6miles (9.6km)

Pistes gradients

Easy (Green/Blue):
54%
Intermediate (Red):
40%
Advanced (Black):
6%

Other Facilities

Tree riding: Yes
Off-Piste: Yes

Lifts

Facilities

Total lifts: 62
Cable cars: 12
Chair Lifts: 16
Drag-lifts: 34

Extra details

Lift Capacity per hour: 40000
Lift operating times: 8.30am to 9.00pm

Lift passes

Local area

Day pass (off peak season): EUR27 ( £22.08)
Day pass (peak season): EUR27 ( £22.08)
6-Day pass (off peak season): EUR121 ( £98.93)
6-Day pass (peak season): EUR152 ( £124.28)

Other passes

Linked area 6-Day pass (off peak season): EUR175 ( £143.08)
Linked area 6-Day pass (peak season): EUR175 ( £143.08)
Other details/passes: Super Pass costs 203 euros for 5 in 6 days

Snowfall

Snowmaking cover: 40 % of area

Lesssons & Hire

Lesssons

Half-day group lesson price: £27.80

Hire

Board & Boots day hire: £17.99

Freestyle features

Summary

Halfpipe: Yes - 1
Terrain Park: Yes - 4

Other Facilities

Night snowboarding: No
Heliboarding: No
Snowmobiles: No
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Resort Information

Location

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World Ranking

43rd

Overall in Western Europe

  • #61 best freeride
  • #73 best freestyle
  • #36 best piste riding

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