Skiing on the Nordkette

From the heart of Innsbruck to the slopes in just 20 minutes. Thanks to the quick connection to the city, nothing stands in the way of relaxed turns after university or a short day at work. High above the rooftops of the city, the Nordkette offers both a dream backdrop and an adventure playground in winter!

The 1,905m high Seegrube, known to locals as the "Gruabn", has always been Innsbruck's winter sports area. The Nordkette Skylinepark is a unique "in-city" snow park with numerous kickers, rails and obstacles.But there is always something on offer for children and beginners too: magic carpet, snow hills, practice slopes and free fun sports equipment hire make the Nordkette a unique experience for children and families.

In addition to 6 slopes for different skill levels, the Nordkette area also offers numerous freeride options. All those who really want to know what it's all about head to the Top of Innsbruck - the Hafelekar at 2,256m above sea level. This is where every freerider's heart starts to beat faster! The descent is steep via the Karrinne, one of the steepest ski routes in Europe. With a gradient of 70%, this descent is a real classic in the Alps and very popular with experts!