Tirol Tourist Board
Discover the Heart of the Alps
In winter the region of Tirol is Austria's number 1 wintersport destination. First-timers to seasoned ski veterans will find a resort to suit them with more than 150 ski areas to choose from, including 5 glaciers, which offer skiing from September throughout June or even all year round (Hintertux) across a total of 3,500 km of superbly groomed slopes.
World-famous resorts such as St Anton am Arlberg and Kitzbühel need little introduction, whilst British favourites such as Mayrhofen and Obergurgl-Hochgurgl continue to appeal year after year. The resorts within the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental, one of Austria’s largest skiing areas, including Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau and Westendorf are ideal for all abilities and for clocking up the miles. Families are attracted to child-friendly resorts such as Skijuwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau with Niederau or Serfaus, whilst Tirol’s capital Innsbruck is perfect for city skiing, from the Olympic slopes of the Axamer Lizum to glacier skiing on the Stubai.
Co exhibitors at the Tirol stand are
- Arlberg region with the Tourist Board St. Anton and Lech
- Ötztal Tourist Board with the resorts of Obergurgl-Hochgurgl and Sölden
- Skijuwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau
- Wilder Kaiser with the resorts of Söll, Scheffau, Going and Ellmau
New for winter 2016/17:
NEW British Airways flights direct from London Heathrow to Innsbruck (4 times per week) from December 2016 and frequent flights from London Gatwick (5 times per week) to Innsbruck for faster access to your favourite Tirolean ski destination, like St. Anton, Mayrhofen, Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, Ischgl or Kitzbühel
NEW direct scheduled flight from Birmingham to Innsbruck with Monarch, while its serves as well direct flights to Innsbruck from Manchester and London Gatwick
Arlberg becomes Austria’s largest interconnecting skiing area with new link between Zürs and Stuben, make it easy to access the entire 305 km of slopes in the Arlberg region from the Tirolean resort of St. Anton and St. Christoph