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Summit dining on Hoadl at Axamer Lizum ski resort.
Summit dining on Hoadl at Axamer Lizum ski resort.
Axamer Lizum ski-in ski-out accommodation.
Axamer Lizum ski-in ski-out accommodation.
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Axamer Lizum skiing
Stay & play at Axamer Lizum ski resort
Stay & play at Axamer Lizum ski resort

Axamer Lizum

Axamer Lizum Ski Resort Austria

Axamer Lizum is one of the nine Innsbruck Olympia Ski World resorts. Aside from being a great resort for intermediate skiers & snowboarders, Axamer Lizum is worth a visit to ride the world's craziest funicular, the Olympiabahn.

Only a short drive from Innsbruck, Axamer provides wonderful dining & expansive views from its summit of Hoadl (2,340m) plus access to freeride routes off its backside.

Axamer Lizum Skiing & Snowboarding

A small to medium sized resort with 30km of piste trails, Axamer Lizum makes for a wonderful day lapping super-fast, top to bottom groomers over its 760m vertical. Advanced riders will enjoy the off piste off the summits of Hoadl & Pleisen, whilst beginners can do long top to bottom cruising from Hoadl. The backcountry route down to Axams off Pleisen is a cracker if there is snow all the way into the valley.

The resort's terrain is well served by chairlifts, but they are starting to show their age. Not much in the way of high speed here. The Olympiabahn funicular is fun to ride once, but our view is that funiculars don't make great ski lifts. Thankfully there are chairlift alternatives to the summit of Hoadl.

Snow & Weather

It is no secret that many of the lower base elevation ski areas around Innsbruck suffer a little these days from the vagaries of the changing climate -POW (Protect Our Winters). However, Axamer Lizum is NOT one of them. With the highest base in the area (1,580m), Axamer is usually guaranteed a deep base throughout the season across its entire vertical. When the snow does fall, the predominantly north to northeast aspect terrain retains its quality.

Where is Axamer Lizum, Austria?

The Axamer Lizum ski resort is in the Tyrol, a 20km (50min) drive from the centre of the world's greatest ski city, Innsbruck. Regular ski buses travel from Innsbruck (routes L1, L2 or 4162) via the nearest town of Axams. Private taxis & shuttles provide an alternative.

The nearest international airports are Innsbruck (for flight origins with Europe or UK) or Munich. Click below to organise transfers.
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Axamer Lizum Accommodation

There are numerous accommodation options when skiing Axamer Lizum. The resort base has several ski-in ski-out hotels including the Hotel Olympia & the superb Lizum 1600.

The village of Axams is only 8km by road north of the resort & comprises a wide range of lodging alternatives to the ski resort.

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Failing that, staying in the city of Innsbruck is great fun & allows flexibility to ski all over the valley.

Review

The Powderhounds will complete a thorough review of Axamer Lizum in 2019. More information is coming soon. Stay tuned for our photos & insights.

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Tours in or near Axamer Lizum

Single-Base, Multi-Ski-Area Tours
Austria Tour Innsbruck Freeride City DETAILS
HOSTED & GUIDED SNOWBOARDING
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Snowboarding | 7 Ski Resorts
From price based on twin/double-share room occupancy.
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Price p/p
USD 1,865
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Based in Innsbruck, this trip is for intermediate to advanced (or better) snowboarders taking in some of the best ski resorts in the Austrian Alps. Join the "fixed date" tour with your own group or come alone and meet new friends.
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    Axamer Lizum Trail Map
  • Axamer Lizum Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    Mayrhofen
    1580 m - 2340 m (760m)
  • Average Snow Fall
    Unknown
  • Lifts (10)
    1 Funicular
    6 Chairs
  • Ski Hours
    December to mid April
    8:30am to 4:00pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs - 30km
    Longest run – 3.5km+
    Advanced - 7%
    Intermediate - 70%
    Beginner - 23%
  • Lift Pass Price (Day Ticket 18/19)
    Adult - €35.50 to 39.50
    Child - €21 to 23.50
    Child U/8yr - Free

     Innsbruck Ski Resorts Map
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