Axamer Lizum - Götzens / Innsbruck

 

Götzens is excellent for BEGINNERS with the local ski area of Mutters-Götzen leading directly into the village and also connected to the well-known Axamer Lizum Ski Area (Winter Olympics 1964, 1976), which is snow secure from early December to about mid April and offers more choice for the intermediate skier as well, with the possibliity to ski back to Götzens

 

We have put together a LEARN TO SKI package including lessons for the local Götzens and Muttereralm Region with all inclusive services in our Clubhotel Edelweiss in Götzens at excellent value for money -  PERFECT for BEGINNER to early intermediary ADULTS and KIDS as an entry level for first time skiiers - click on the accommodation option to get more details and prices. 

 

Götzens is a small village, situated on a high plateau on 868 metres above sea level, at an approximate distance of 8 km from Axamer Lizum and 7 km from Innsbruck, the ski capital of Tyrol. Its proximity to Innsbruck brings the additional advantage of quick and easy access via rail or plane, as well as an extensive night life, shopping and sightseeing possibilities. The area also offers a range of beautiful winter hiking paths, taboggan trails, zipflbob and other winter activites.

 

Axamer Lizum is Tyrol`s Olympic Sport Arena (Winter Olympics 1964 & 1976), situated on 1583 m above sea level and ranges up to 2340 m above sea level. The unique location of this ski area gives a stunning view over Innsbruck, Seefeld, the Ziller and Stubai Valley and offers ski runs for all levels of expertise!

 

 

Accommodation options in Götzens
Accommodation options in Götzens

Götzens is situated above Innsbruck and is snow secure from the middle of December to the middle of April. Perfect for beginners LEARN TO SKI packages including lessons!


Family value  *****    Child value  *****    Vibe/Action  ***  

Experienced  **        Beginners  *****

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