Little ones can find their ski legs on gentle slopes and the learning area makes it even more fun. Various altitudes turn the learning area to a place for everyone. Professional ski instructor help kids and beginners to get comfortable on the trails and improve their skills fast.
If you feel safe enough to leave the learning area, look for the four runs that are designated as blue. The family run starts at the Patscherkofelbahn top station and is also the longest run at Patscherkofel. The practice slope is serviced by the practice lift Patscherkofel. On the wide-open slope you´ll improve your abilities in a wink of an eye.
Snowboarder and freestyle skiers meet in the Snowpark Innsbruck 3.0. As you leave the panorama quad chair on 2150 meters above sea level, you´ll already see the park with all of its freestyle elements. The upper park terrain welcomes with the Xdouble Chill hut, that invites to relax, recharge and enjoy the winter sun. There´s never a shortage of great events, cool sounds and tasty BBQ´s.
The Patscherkopfel Gipfelstube guarantees a great panorama due to being the highest restaurant in the resort. The food is also not left short and you´ll definitely get more than the typical mountain fare.
When you take the blue family run you´ll end up at the Alpengasthof Heiligwasser where you get to enjoy laid-back but fantastic cuisine plus an extended wine list.
Tee Hütt´n is also really close. Gather your friends and family around and try mulled wine, Jagatea or punch.
If you want to explore the surroundings, check out the high-altitude hiking track. Start your tour from Schutzhaus Patscherkofel and hike for 1,5 hours to the peak. Up here, sit down, enjoy a cold beverage and take joy in the breathtaking views of the snow-covered alps.
You always wanted to design your own ski or snowboard? You can book a workshop at the Innbruck´s company SPURart. You don´t need any comprehensive manual skills for participating.
Jimmy´s, located in the Wilhelm-Greil street is a popular hangout among snowboarders. The in-bar impresses with interior inspired by the colorful 1960s. Apres-ski of a special kind is full on with cocktails, chilled sounds and ethnofood.
Two bonnets and 15 Gault Millau points owns the Chez Nico restaurant, a few blocks from ´Das Schindler´. Chef Nicola Curtil specializes in dishes from France. All dishes are vegetarian!
By Public Transportation:
Every 30 minutes the J bus leaves from Innsbruck center to the base stations of Patscherkofel lift and Olympiaexpress. The bus is totally free of charge for skiers wearing their equipment.