Get active this winter
Experience the winter variety of the Tyrolean Oberland!
At the heart of the world of winter sports, the Tyrolean Oberland opens up a variety of opportunities for spending unforgettable days on your winter holiday.
Whether it’s skiing on the slopes or varied winter activities off-piste, there’s bound to be something for you!
Boundless fun on the slopes
Skiing and snowboarding on the slopes of Tyrol
Six top ski resorts are virtually on your doorstep in the winter sports region of the Tyrolean Oberland. This means boundless fun on the slopes in the border triangle of Austria, Italy & Switzerland. Discover the ski resorts of the Tyrolean Oberland.
If you’d rather not take your own car on the skiing holiday, you can hop on the comfortable ski bus very close to your accommodation.
Hike the Tyrolean Oberland in winter
Snowshoe and winter hiking in Tirol
Picturesque snow-covered nature, clear fresh winter air, peace and quiet - you will experience all this during a winter hike in the Tyrolean Oberland. Through snow-covered forests on a demanding snowshoe hike or along wintery meadows on a walk in the valley.
Here you are exactly right, discover the winter hiking & Spür.Dich.Winter program.
Winter activities in the Tyrolean Oberland
There’s plenty to experience even off the slopes
Glistening snowfields, snow-covered winter landscapes, snow-topped forests and at the same time a crystal-clear view – the activities away from the bustle of the slopes open up new dimensions for winter sport enthusiasts. Discover our region with a guided winter hike, with a ski tour on a peak, ice-skating with the family, with a fun toboggan ride or on the well-maintained cross-country ski trails.
You should spend winter in the Tyrolean Oberland if...
- ... you want to go skiing in 6 different ski resorts.
- ... you’re looking for a holiday region where you can try out a new type of winter sport without any hassle.
- ... you just want to switch off for a bit with a guided digital detox hike.
- ... you want to experience 3 peaks in 3 different countries with 1 starting point in 1 week with a guided ski tour week.