Ski holidays Brixen

Brixen Ski Resort Guide

Why Ski in Brixen?

Brixen in Thale (794 m) is one of the oldest settlements in Tyrol and is dotted by traditional farms and mountain huts. Brixen is an excellent wintersport resort set in a unique mountain landscape. The neighbouring village Hopfgarten (621 km) enjoys one of the sunniest locations in the Kitzbuheler Alps. The narrow alleys in Brixen’s traditional village centre are the perfect place for a leisurely walk. You’ll enjoy the “gemutlichkeit” in the nearby town of Itter (704 m), whose city panorama includes an old castle and who has managed to escape the effects of mass tourism.

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Brixen Piste Map
Nearest airport
Distance
Innsbruck
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Pistes

  • Total Runs
    23
  • Km of Piste
    46km
  • Black
    2
  • Red
    11
  • Blue
    10

Altitudes

  • Resort Altitude
    800m
  • Highest Piste
    1830m

Expert Ratings

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Snowboarding

Beginners skiing in Brixen

The nursery slopes are secluded and shady.

Intermediates skiing in Brixen

When snow is good, Brixen has some of the best slopes in the ski Welt – including some challenging ones.

Advanced skiing in Brixen

The Black run alongside the Brixen gondola is one of the few challenging pistes in the area.

Skiing in Brixen

The gondola takes you to Hochbrixen, where lifts diverge for Hohe, Salve and Soll, orAstberg and Ellmau. There’s a small area of northfacing runs, including nursery slopes, on the other side of the village.

Après ski in Brixen

Après ski is quiet, but livelier in Westendorf, which is a short taxi ride.