Welcome to Innsbruck

The picturesque mountain town of Innsbruck is situated in the Tyrol province. It is renowned for the colourful buildings and ornate architecture that populate the Old Town streets. All of our ski property for sale in Innsbruck is therefore situated in one of Austria’s most charming mountainous resorts.

Total Skiing - 62km

Property For Sale in Innsbruck:

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Property For Sale in Innsbruck:

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Property Overview:

Prices are not cheap in this vibrant and historic town, but there are many beautiful buildings with impressive apartments. Innsbruck properties feature high ceilings and ornate architecture, all surrounded by mountains and pastures.

What We Love About Innsbruck:

The picturesque mountain city of Innsbruck is renowned for the colourful buildings and ornate architecture that populate the Old Town streets. The lively centre of town has plenty of shops, restaurants and bars which attract visitors throughout the summer and winter seasons.

Patscherkofel mountain is no more than 10 minutes away. It boasts 18km of fantastic pistes, having previously hosted the Winter Olympics. Patscherkofel is also well known for its amazing views overlooking Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains. Innsbruck has its own international airport making this charming town an ideal retreat for those wanting a weekend getaway. Innsbruck also has its own train station with connections to Munich and Zurich. All of our ski property for sale in Innsbruck is therefore easily accessible from the continent.

Ski Scene:

The nearby ski area of Patscherkofel offers 18km of superb pistes at an altitude of over 2000m, with 10km of blue runs and 8km of red. The Patscherkofel slopes are renowned for their fantastic views over Innsbruck, which is just 10 minutes’ away. A modern snow making system on these pistes guarantees snow-sure slopes throughout the winter season. This lasts from mid-December to early April. The Axamer Lizum offers 30km of skiing and the Nordkette in Innsbruck 14km of well-groomed pistes.

A further 14km of pistes are available from the Seegrube ski lift, just over 10 minutes’ drive north of Innsbruck. These slopes are suited to more advanced skiers with 1km of blue, 8km red and 5km of black runs. Seegrude has become well known for its ideal snowboarding conditions, attracting enthusiasts who can also take advantage of the Hafelekarrinne; one of the steepest ski runs in Europe. With a gradient of 70%, this run is reserved for experts!

Innsbruck is a great resort for those wanting to combine vibrant city life with a ski resort. This is because it takes just a few minutes to get from the town to the high Alpine area. For a greater choice of pistes, the fantastic ski resort of Seefeld is just under 30 minutes away. Seefeld is the Mecca of cross-country skiing. This Olympic region offers over 200km of award winning, perfectly groomed trails, 154km of classic cross-country runs and 122km of skating runs, in addition to a 3km night track. Seefeld is also one of the best places in Europe for beginner and intermediate skiing with 39km of downhill skiing, including 27km of blue runs and 11km of red runs.

The surrounding ski area of Gschwandtkopf is a perfect place for beginners to practice and intermediates will find more challenging pistes in the Rosshütte/Härmelekopf area. Other winter sports available include tobogganing, ice skating, curling, ice climbing, snow rafting and swimming plus there are 142km of winter hiking paths.

For even more skiing, the Kuhtai resort is close by. This offers an additional 44km of downhill pistes just 35 minutes’ from Innsbruck; 7km of blue, 29km of red and 8km of black runs. As a result, all of our ski property for sale in Innsbruck has a mammoth selection of slopes right at its door! 

Summer Fun:

Despite Innsbruck’s reputation as a winter resort, it is also a great summertime destination thanks to warm temperatures and the great variety of activities on offer. Innsbruck boasts many pretty shops and cafes in its Old Town and impressive mountain restaurants with breathtaking views. The medieval town centre is fascinating to explore in the summer months, with it’s iconic colourful buildings. Make sure that you head to Maria Theresisa Street for the most amazing baroque architecture. Other exciting activities include camping, hiking and signposted mountain biking routes.

A 71-par, 18-hole golf course and a challenging 9-hole course are both available at the Innsbruck-Igls golf club. Both courses offer fantastic Alpine views. Less than 30 minutes’ away is Austria’s largest nature reserve. Karwendel Alpine Park is ideal for those interested in learning about the local flora and fauna. With special hikes and nature tours taking place throughout the summer months, this is the ultimate resort for those who love to get active in the mountains.

Ski Resort Location:

Thinking of Visiting?:

If you would like to see any of the ski property we have for sale in Innsbruck, we would be delighted to arrange a viewing for you. Please email us at enquiries@lindforth.com or call on +44 (0) 207 486 9419

We have representatives in all the resorts we sell in who would be delighted to meet you and show you around. Simply let us know which dates you have in mind and we can help organise everything for you.

For more useful information on buying a ski chalet or apartment in Austria, see our buyers guide which will explain the purchasing procedure and costs involved.

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