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Check out all the latest happenings at Innsbruck Airport (INN) ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to Innsbruck Airport (INN) weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Innsbruck Airport (INN) ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see Innsbruck Airport (INN) coverage from the entire ski season.

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  • Galtür becomes Silvapark

    The ski area at the Tirolean village of Galtür is renaming itself Silvapark from the start of the coming season. Along with the re-branding will come a unique presentation of the resort that highlights how much the mountain has to offer every level of skier. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbuehel’s earliest ever opening

    Kitzbuehel opened last Friday, November 2nd, the earliest opening in the resort's history and six weeks earlier than planned. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • New gondola lift in the Pitztal

    Austrian glacier ski area Pitztal is already several months in to its 2007-8 season. The area's newly built 8-seater Mittelberg gondola lift in the Pitztal is 2,400 m long and replaces the Mittelbergjoch l drag lift. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Long awaited Westendorf ski link to SkiWelt in progress

    A new 4.5km (three mile) long ski run links Westendorf to the rest of the SkiWelt this winter, and as of next winter (08-09) a new eight passenger gondola will make the return trip. The new "SkiWelt - Kitzbühel Alps" lift on the Westendorf Choralpe means Westendorf will at last be completely integrated into the SkiWelt. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbühel emphasises slalom significance for 68th and future Hahnenkamm races

    After last year's high profile cancellation of the downhill at the famous Hahnenkamm race at Kitzbuhel, the organizers of this year's event are heightening anticipation for the slalom race, which the resort did stage successfully last winter. This year's 68th running of the Hahnenkamm this weekend looks set to go ahead without any snow problems. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Elton John and Stereophonics to play Ischgl

    Sir Elton John will perform the season closing Top Of The Mountain concert in Ischgl on Saturday 3rd May. It will be Sir Elton's second appearance at Ischgl – he was the first star to feature in the Tirolean resort's now famous season closing concerts, back in 1995 when his grand piano was flown in beneath a helicopter. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Stereophonics “Have A Nice Day” in Ischgl

    UK band Stereophonics had a nice day in Ischgl - playing to a crowd of 20,000 skiers and boarders at 2320m in a mountain top arena. The chart-topping band (whose hits include Have A Nice Day) played as the snowclouds gathered to ensure great conditions for the remainder of the season - Ischgl's slopes stay open until Sunday 4 May. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Stubai Glacier Announces It Will Stay Open To July

    Austria's Stubai Glacier has announced that due to what it describes as "fantastic snow conditions," it plans to keep the lifts running and the trails groomed for boarders and skiers until at least July. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbuhel Alps Pass Available From Day One Next Season

    The Kitzbuhel Alps lift ticket, previously only available for six days or longer, will be available for any duration from a day or longer next winter. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Fresh Snow In The Alps This July

    The Stubai Glacier in Austria has reported 10cm (four inches) of fresh snow today (Monday July 14th) topping up base depths of 120cm on the ski slopes. Skiinfo's Snowfinder service is currently predicting another 48cm (19 inches) of powder by Saturday with temperatures hovering between -2 and -10 degrees Celcius. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Sölden Hosts Northern Hemisphere World Cup Opener in October

    The FIS World Cup in Europe kicks off in October on Solden's Rettenbach glacier. The ladies giant slalom race will be staged on Saturday the 25th, with the men's on Sunday the 26th. The first run will take place at 9:45am each day with the second at 12:45. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Stubai Opening For 2008-9 on 27th September

    Austria's Stubai glacier will open for winter 2008-9 on Saturday, 27th September. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Business Up Again For Doppelmayr

    Doppelmayr, the world’s leading ski lift builder, in common with several other of the world’s leading ski industry businesses, is continuing to post increased sales despite the global economic slowdown. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Wildschönau Expects Heavy Snow

    Huge snowfalls are forecast in Austria and all thoughts have turned to the coming ski season. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Leona Lewis Learns To Board In Ischgl

    Pop star Leona Lewis has discovered a new passion – snowboarding. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Europe's Tallest Snowman in Galtür

    The snowsure ski resort of Galtür in the Austrian Tirol is claiming Europe's tallest snowman title for the incredible 16.7m (53 feet) tall snowman who now resides on the slopes. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • More Snow For Austria And Switzerland

    The German speaking parts of the Alps have experienced great snowfalls in recent days with heavy falls in many areas at the weekend and more than 40 powder alarms issued yesterday (Wednesday, February 11th) in Austria and Germany alone. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kylie Celebrates Record Snowfall In Ischgl

    Ischgl, the showbiz centre of the Alps, has pulled off another coup by signing Kylie Minogue for the ski resort's end-of-season concert in May. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Ski Resorts Cut Off By Heavy Snow In Austria

    Heavy snowfall in Austria is great news for skiers but is causing major practical problems with the country's infrastructure in the areas where the snow is heaviest. Several ski resorts are currently cut off with roads blocked by snowfalls that have passed six feet (two metres) over the past few days and are set to continue to the weekend at least. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Lech Zürs Report Business Up On Last Year's Record Season

    Austria, where several villages were cut off by excess snow last week, has had a quieter seven days. There was still more new snow on Friday generating 35 powder alarms with up to 40cm (16 inches) reported but since then the snowfall has been a lot less dramatic and the avalanche risk has reduced to a level of 2-3 now. Full Article

    17th August 2012

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