With its 18 kilometers of skiable terrain the resort “Schlick2000” definitely cannot be counted among the biggest skiing arenas in the Alps. Due to the wide range of options you have at...
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- 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
- Staff testing on regular basis
- Daily disinfection measures
- Masks mandatory in waiting areas
The Ski Resort
The tranquil Tyrolean ski area Schlick 2000 with its predominantly blue and red marked slopes is especially recommended for beginners, families and slightly advanced skiers.
The descent from the Sennjoch, the highest point of the ski area at 2,240 metres above sea level, is particularly worthwhile for beginners and those returning to alpine winter sports. From there you can continue on the Burgstall run to the Panorama run, which is also marked in blue, and thus ski all the way to the base station of the Sennjoch cable car or even further on the Panorama run to the base station of the Kreuzjoch cable car I and then turn into the downhill run down to the valley. From the top station of the Kreuzjochbahn I you can also take the panorama descent.
From the Sennjoch there are also two red marked downhill runs, the Mitterjoch and the Zirmach run. Via these two runs one gets back to the blue marked Panorama run. The red marked Galtalm run starts at the top station of the Galtalm lift and runs parallel to it.
For really sporty skiers there are three variant downhill runs along the Zirmbachbahn in the ski area Schlick 2000. The Kanonenrohr and Latschen runs branch off from the red marked Zirmach run, the Zirbenschuss run on the other hand from the blue marked waterfall run.
Snowboarders and freestylers cavort in the Funpark Free Nature Park. On the freestyle elements new moves and tricks are practiced and the own skills are presented.
The youngest ones feel really at home in BIG Ron's Kinderland, the home of the popular mascot BIG Ron. Here, ski instructors and carers teach the little ones their first turns on two boards and the fun of winter sports. Very young visitors aged 3 months and over can be accommodated in the play and warm-up room so that mum and dad can explore the slopes.
- It is among the 15 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Austria.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 4068 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Austria is 2359 ft. Most runs are therefore relatively long. The ski resort takes you to an elevation of 7349 ft.
- Season starts on Dec 24 and ends on Apr 5 (102 days). Average season duration in Austria is 120 days.
- Average snow depth during the season (Dec 24 to Apr 5) is 63 " at summit elevation and 17 " at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 70 " at summit elevation and 21 " at the base.
- Schlick 2000 features 56 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Austria is 55 sunny days. January is the sunniest month with an average of 18 sunny days.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
Thanks to an optimal high valley location and area-wide snowmaking on 90% of the ski area, the Schlick 2000 convinces from December to Easter with guaranteed snow!
On Mountain Dining
The Panorama Restaurant Kreuzjoch at 2,136 metres above sea level is an inviting place to stop for a bite to eat. Located directly at the Kreuzjoch cable car mountain station, the restaurant serves fresh spare ribs, chicken, dumpling variations, a rich salad buffet and children's menus for hungry piste fleas every day. It also has the highest pizzeria in the ski area. On the sunny plateau with ice bar you can make yourself comfortable in a deck chair or in one of the beach chairs.
At the mountain station Sennjoch is the rustic Sennjoch hut. Here you can either have lunch or have a drink or two at the ice bar between the runs.
If you are looking for special culinary delicacies, the Zirmachalm is the best place to stop. Here you can warm yourself at the tiled stove and enjoy a fine glass of wine in addition to the delicacies.
Delicious Kasspatzln or Kaiserschmarren are served in the Schlickeralm at the valley station of the Sennjoch cable car. In the afternoon it is worthwhile to stop here for a break with Wolfgang's homemade strudel.
Even beginners can get down the 3 km long, blue marked valley run. If you start the downhill run already at the Sennjoch, the highest point of the ski area, and from there enter the valley downhill via the Burgstall- and the Panorama run, you have a total of 6 km of piste with a difference in altitude of 1,240 metres.
The most demanding descent is the 500-metre-long Zirbenschuss with a height difference of 289 metres. A speed-measuring track also awaits piste-rowdies on the Zirmach run.
Most Difficult Runs
A special highlight after skiing is a toboggan ride at night. The 3 km long track, which starts at the Froneben middle station at an altitude of over 1,350 metres, is illuminated until 9 pm on Wednesdays.Less action-packed is a winter hike through the snowy landscape. At the Froneben middle station, for example, the 2 km long hike along the Scheibenweg to the panorama lake starts. The winter hiking trail from Fulpmes to the Schlicker Alm is also worthwhile. This tour starts at the Schlick 2000 valley station and has a walking time of about two hours.
If normal hiking is not enough for you, you can take cross-country skis to the high-altitude trail at the Schlick 2000 ski centre. It is situated at over 1,600 metres and offers a cross-country skiing experience of a different kind
Après-Ski and Nightlife
After the last descent, you meet for après-ski in the bar "Schlusslicht" at the valley station. Here you can end the day in a convivial atmosphere with the latest party hits.
Dining and Restaurants
Infrastructure & Rental
Affiliate Ski SchoolsOffered Skiing Lessons Schlick 2000
By car:Take the Brenner motorway A13 to the Schönberg/Stubai exit and from there follow the main road past Mieders in the direction of Telfes. This will take you to Fulpmes, the village where the entrance to the Schlick 2000 ski area is located.By public transport:If you want to travel by public transport, first take the train to Innsbruck main station. From there you can either take the Stubaitalbahn or the bus to Fulpmes. In the Stubaital the use of the ski buses is free of charge for all winter sports enthusiasts.