Mountain village with typical Tyrolean architecture, Hippach offers many kilometers of slopes for all tastes. On the Zillertal side, those who have not skied enough during the day will be able to experience the joys of night skiing!
Interconnected ski domains
Mayrhofen & Hippach
133 km of tracks
From 630m to 2500m
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Sport & Skischule Fankhauser
Augasse 6 A - 6283 Hippach
Hours 08:30 - 17:30
Spoken languages Deutsch - English
Hippach is a small municipality of 1,300 residents in Austria’s Schwaz district in the heart of the Tyrol. Over the years, the village has become a top holiday destination, both in summer and in winter.
Quiet, calm resort
The compact resort of Hippach is ideally suited to families looking for an active sports holiday in a quiet and relaxing environment. It offers a variety of sports and activities to help you unwind, including: ice climbing, paragliding, parachute jumps, a tree-climbing circuit, and even a tour of the Ginzling Nature Park House where you can learn all about the mountain universe.
After the day’s skiing, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to evening entertainment. Mulled wine, restaurants and festivals are all on the cards! The most famous event is the annual springtime Snowbombing party featuring a line-up of international music acts.
The Mayrhofen ski area has varied slopes and lots to offer skiers of all ability levels. With over 159 km of slopes and 53 ski lifts, you can ski the 5.5 km-long Ahorn piste. Thrill-seekers and very experienced skiers should get ready to tackle Austria’s steepest run - the Harakiri - with its 78% incline!
Snowboarders and freeriders of all abilities from beginners to advanced can enjoy the Vans Penken Park snowpark.
Good to know
- Quiet village compared to lively Mayrhofen
- Huge ski area for all abilities
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