Skiing and Snowboarding
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. High above Innsbruck, Nordkette offers a dream backdrop and adventure playground at the same time in winter!
The 1,905m high Seegrube, known among locals as "Gruabn", has always been the winter sports area of the people of Innsbruck. With the Nordkette Skylinepark there is a worldwide unique "in-city" snowpark here, which attracts with numerous kickers, rails and obstacles. But also for children and beginners there is always something on offer: Magic carpet, snow hills, practice slopes and a free fun sports equipment rental including child care make the Nordkette a unique experience for children and families.
Besides the 6 slopes of varying difficulty, the Nordkette offers numerous freeride possibilities. One of the absolute highlights is the Hafelar Run; its 70% incline make it one of Europe’s steepest ski runs.
Every freerider’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 Cloud 9 - Innsbruck's highest sun terrace - invites you to relax and enjoy the fantastic view over the city with a cool drink and cozy music.