Natural snow tracks, surrounded by beautiful pristine countryside, the gloriously broad views of the Inntal valley – powder snow and sunshine – this is what the panoramic Glungezer ski area (http://www.glungezerbahn.at) is all about, popular with fans of alpine skiing and ski touring alike.
The Glungezer is home to the longest downhill run in Tirol – more than 15 km in length!
A place where everyone, big and small, discovers total enjoyment, both in skiing and the natural setting. Rustic alpine huts and a cozy restaurant invite you to step inside and “take the weight off” for a while.
The Hall-Wattens region in Tirol
In the Hall-Wattens region (http://www.hall-wattens.at), ten pretty villages (Absam, Baumkirchen, Fritzens, Gnadenwald, Mils, Thaur, Tulfes, Volders, Wattenberg and Wattens) and Hall in Tirol, one of Austria's most beautiful towns, are welcoming you. Nature and culture, tradition and modernity, urban chic and rural scenic beauty: enthralling contrasts and unexpected harmonies on offer 365 days of the year. Among the leading attractions are the historic town of Hall in Tirol, Swarovski's Crystal Worlds and Hall's Mint Tower, but not forgetting the Pilgrimage Church in Absam.
Outdoor and sports enthusiasts have plenty of opportunities during winter: Skiing, Snowboarding, Tobogganing, Cross Country skiing, Ice skating, Winter and Snowshoe walking and much more. Try also the famous “Klumper Fun”: You will be surprised!
There are also plenty of interesting day-trip excursions from the nearby city of Innsbruck: The Golden Roof, the Bergisel Ski-jump, and also the European Football Championship Tivoli Stadium. Fine cultural and sporting highlights complete the offering, transforming the Hall-Wattens region into an attractive destination for holidays.