Only for experienced skiers and snowboarders! You are entering high-alpine terrain. Appropriate equipment is required! Inform yourself about the current avalanche situation before commencing your ride off-piste.
Europe’s steepest ski route
Every free rider’s heart starts beating faster at the Hafelekar. The unbelievable views of the city below, the seemingly never ending rows of peaks and of course the famous Hafelekar Run leave a lasting impression.
The Hafelekar Run is one of the steepest ski runs in Europe. With an incline of 70%, this ski run is reserved for extremely good riders. When the powder is at its best, it is more likely for some locals to be at the Hafelekar than at the workplace. The run for all those who like the extreme!
Safety und Facts
- Snow-Hotline: Tel: +43 512 29334415
- For safety reasons, the Innsbruck Avalanche Commission and the Nordkette Cable Railways check the avalanche situation in the ski area on a daily basis. Heavy snowfall can lead to delays in the operation of the ski area
- You are entering high-alpine terrain. Alpine experience, a keen sense for assessing risk as well as avalanche rescue equipment is strictly necessary
- Please follow the cable railway operator’s instructions
- Inform yourself about the current avalanche situation before commencing your ride off-piste
Go from the heart of Innsbruck to the slopes in just 20 minutes. Due to the fast connection to the city, nothing can stop you from having fun after university or a short working day.
The Igloo Bar at 1,905m is open from December to April and is a great place to relax and chill. The igloo is located right next to the Seegrube Station, and visitors can marvel at its artistic ice sculptures as well as impressive light and sound elements.