SKIING LIKE NEVER BEFORE
Dear winter sports friends of the Pitztal,
the winter cannot be stopped: Fresh snow on the mountains and the longing to finally be able to ski again is getting bigger and bigger. Our COVID-19 security concept has been adapted to the current situations and regulations since February. The safety measures for Austrian cable cars have been approved by the Federal Ministry of Health. We have not only invested personnel but also money so that you can experience and feel the mountain world at the Pitztaler Gletscher & Rifflsee in these times. You too can make a contribution to make a "safe" coexistence in winter sports possible by far. Our COVID-19 measures can be seen on our homepage. If you should have nevertheless questions, turn please to our COVID representative Bernhard Füruter under firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay healthy and see you soon,
the team from the Pitztal Glacier
& Ski Area Rifflsee
NEWS UPDATE // A SKI RESORT ONLY FOR YOU
THE RIFFLSEE SKI AREA IS OPEN DAILY UNTIL JANUARY 10TH! THEN UP TO THE END OF LOCKDOWN IN AUSTRIA - EXPECTED JANUARY 24TH - EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Breathtaking and challenging descents await you - limited ski operation from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm. In addition, there are 5 km of cross-country ski trails (classic and skating) at the Rifflsee. The valley run is also open with a length of 6 km. Take-away service and open toilets are located in the valley.
All information here!
WELCOME TO THE TOP OF TYROL
With pistes for all levels of ability, the Pitztal Glacier is considered one of the most snow-sure and at the same time most demanding glacier ski areas. At the glacier the new winter season can particularly be started early in the year. From September onwards, you can start skiing and snowboarding in natural snow.
Austria's highest cable car, the Wildspitzbahn, takes you over the eternal ice to Café 3.440 on the top of Tyrol in just a few minutes: Tyrol's highest box seat is an architectural masterpiece at 3.440 m above sea level, nestling against the mountain ridge like a snow cornice at the ridge of the rear Brunnenkogel. As a futuristic, small room, the building sits enthroned amidst the mighty peaks of the surrounding 3,000-metre peaks and, through its room opening to the south-west, provides an insight, view, a vision of the mighty glacier world of the Ötztal Alps.