Coronavirus / Covid-19 Measures
- Masks mandatory in all lifts and ski buses
- Visitor management in waiting areas (keep your distance)
- Masks mandatory at restaurants, ski rental and shops
- No Après Ski
The Ski Resort
Das family-friendly skiing area at the Glungezer offers 22 kilometres of slopes of all levels of difficulty. Beginners can take their first turns on the 6 kilometres of blue marked slopes. Advanced riders prefer the 15 km red marked slopes. The one kilometre long black marked descent is best suited for experts.
Lovers of long downhill runs can look forward to one of the longest downhill runs in Tyrol in the sunny ski area: over a length of more than 15 kilometres, you can enjoy skiing down the mountain. From the Tulfes valley station, a total of six lifts take winter sports enthusiasts up to over 2,000 metres. Among them is also the topmodern, new gondola lift of the ski resort.
Arrived at the highest point of the ski area, you can enjoy ideally groomed slopes and the incomparable view over the Inn Valley, the massive Karwendel Mountains, the Stubai Alps and the Tux Pre-Alps. Thanks to the new snowmaking system and its attractive reservoir, there is plenty of variety on over 23 kilometres of slopes. Kids learn their first turns in the lovingly designed children's area on easy slopes, while advanced skiers prefer the more challenging routes in the upper part of the ski area.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
New from the winter season 2019/20 is the snowmaking system Halsmarterlift to Tulfein Alm. This ensures good conditions on the slopes even in winters with little snow.
On Mountain Dining
At the Glungezer, various cosy huts invite winter sports enthusiasts to stop for a bite to eat. For example the Alpengasthof Halsmarter at the middle station, the Tulfer Hütte, the Tulfein Alm or the Glungezer Hütte await skiers and snowboarders with delicious food and drinks. Home cooking, tasty snacks and regional delicacies are served everywhere.
Most Difficult Runs
The Winter hiking trails, which lead through the beautiful Tyrolean mountains, are also waiting to be discovered. The new, groomed "Glungezer Winterwaldweg" starts right next to the middle station. The easy hike lasts about an hour and leads on an almost level path at 1600 metres above sea level through a magnificent winter forest. Again and again, there are impressive views of the Volder Valley, the Inn Valley and the snow-covered Volderberg.
Fun and action are promised by different sledding tracks in the region, when you go down into the valley on fast runners. Tip: Every Thursday Klumper fun on the Klumperwiese in Tulfes.
The Glungezer summit is also a challenge for everyone Tourists and therefore very popular with them.
If you want, you can prove your talent at the ice skating on the ice rink in Hall, Mils or Wattens and take one or two laps.
Dining and Restaurants
Infrastructure & Rental
Affiliate Ski SchoolsOffered Skiing Lessons Glungezer
Affiliate ShopsSki Rentals Glungezer (1)
If you want to get to the ski area via Innsbruck, simply follow the Inntal motorway (A12) or the B171 to the Hall Mitte exit near Hall in Tirol. There turn onto the L9, which leads directly to Tulfes. From Munich follow the A8 to Rosenheim and change there to the A93. In Kiefersfelden cross the border and follow the A12 (Inntalautobahn) to Hall in Tirol. The L9 leads from there to the ski area.
By public transport:
The nearest airport to the ski resort is Innsbruck, about 15 kilometres away. There is a train station in Hall in Tyrol, about five kilometres from Tulfes. The free ski bus can be used on site.