Quite small, but charming and well laid out:
The family-friendly skiing region Hoch-Imst
in Tyrol is an ideal destination for families
with children, but also great for skiers and
snowboarders to explore.
The skiing region in Imst is famous for its nocturnal activities:
The chairlift at the Untermarkter Alm is pulling night shifts
every Wednesday and Saturday evening to the delight of
nocturnal skiers and sledders.
The softly curving slopes and the easily manageable terrain of the Hoch-Imst skiing region make it the perfect destination for family-friendly skiing. The generous practice area next to the lift base station is reserved for the young ski stars of tomorrow.
The winter season 2016/2017 starts on
Dec. 16, 2016 *
*Subject to change
The new season pass for winter 2016/17 and summer 2017 is available for purchase from end-November 2016.
OPERATION HOURS WINTER 16/17
Dec. 16, 2016 – March 19, 2017 *
daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Dec. 23, 2016 – March 19, 2017 *
Friday - Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Dec. 21, 2016 – Feb. 25, 2017 *
Wednesday & Saturday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
*Subject to change
Tyrol's most kids-friendly skiing region Hoch-Imst proves that learning how to ski is fun and that it doesn' have to be expensive!
Kids Ski Weeks Schedule Winter 2016-17:
> January 7 to 29, 2017
> March 5 to 19, 2017
Skiing region and Alpine Coaster
There are two chair lifts from 1000-m to 2,100-m altitude; a t-bar lift and a practice lift available in Hoch-Imst. Other attractions include a Fun Park, two natural toboggan runs ( 4 and 6-km long), an ice-skating rink and 8.5-km cross-country runs.
The panoramic map shows all highlight attractions and sights in and around the Tyrolean family skiing region Hoch-Imst.
There are two toboggan runs available for sledding fun in the Imster Bergbahnen area. Both the Untermarkter Alm toboggan run (4-km long, illuminated) and the Obermarkter Alm (6-km long) offer loads of fun and an alternative way to enjoy the snowy Alps!.
Those of you who didn't get enough of the slopes and sleds during the da have your chance again at night. On Wednesdays and Saturdays the Imster Bergbahnen lifts are open, the slopes are well-prepared, and the lights are on. Skiers, snowboarders, sledders and tour skiers get ready to blow off steam at Hoch-Imst's night skiing.
Authentic huts and many restaurants, cafès and bars in both the valley and in the mountains ensure many delightful moments after active days in the Tyrolean Alps. Enjoy original Tyrolean cuisine and perhaps one or another refined beverage in Hoch-Imst!
The world's longest alpine roller coaster in winter time.
Ski holiday with the family in beautiful Hoch-Imst — The winter resort in the Austrian Alps is quite small, but therefore charming, well kept and easily navigated. The softly curving slopes and the manageable terrain of the Hoch-Imst skiing region make it the perfect winter destination for all ages and skill levels. Families with children know to appreciate the kids-friendly facilities and diverse offer of attractions, but also skilled winter athletes have plenty to smile about: On the Alpenjoch, the second section of the Bergbahnen Imst lifts, there is not only breathtaking views to be admired, but also some true "black-piste gems" to be found. Hoch-Imst offers reliable snow conditions from December to March, and yet is waiting lines at the lifts almost unheard of.