Unlimited adventures


Tyrol is known far beyond its borders for its excellent ski resorts. The offer ranges from small family skiing areas to varied and unique ski metropolises. And the Apart Alp Line is the perfect starting point for your skiing vacation in Tyrol. In just a few minutes you can reach numerous ski areas at all difficulty levels by car or public transport. Be our guests and explore the surrounding ski areas at your leisure.

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Ski area Imst
Venet – Zams
Hochzeiger – Pitztal
Serfaus - Fiss - Ladis
See – Paznaun
Kappl – Paznaun

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Imst – Alpine Coaster

Choose from two tobogganing adventures in the Imst skiing area during the winter. Grab a sled and enjoy an exciting run down one of the toboggan slopes, or, if this is too boring for you, go for an exhilarating and fast-paced ride on the Alpine Coaster.

Day & night tobogganing in Jerzens

The natural toboggan slope in Jerzens invites night owls to a diverse descent under the stars. The 6 km (4 miles) track promises thrilling curves and plenty of speed. The top is easy to reach by cable car.

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Tobogganing fun in Kappl

Ready, steady, go! Start at the Diasbahn and go downhill towards the valley. This run brings guaranteed fun for the whole family. On the way down you will pass enormous snow walls and impressive spruces for a pure Tyrol sensation.


The beautiful Venet is the ideal mountain for a snowshoe hike full of memorable impressions. Enjoy the magnificent views, breathe in the crystal clear mountain air, and experience the unforgettable atmosphere on the mountain.

For the perfect break between exciting adventures, take a beautiful winter hike through the idyllic landscape of the Gurgltal valley. Past the beautiful Auwäldchen forest and the Knappenwelt mining museum, on to the Nassereither Lake, you will discover many small wonders.

Strolling though Mils
Straight out the front door you can take a wonderful walk through our village. We especially recommend the scenic Milser Au. Forget everyday life for a while and lose yourself in the beauty of the winter landscape.

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Ice skating

– in the Arzl Gruabe Arena

There are numerous ice skating rinks in the Pitztal valley that offer fun and excitement. Please note that most of these places are natural ice rinks and therefore dependent on the weather conditions. This also applies to the skating rink at the Gruabe Arena in Arzl.

– in Imst

Imst has an artificial ice rink right next to the sports center. Ice skates are available for rent at the location. Thanks to the supporting walls, the rink is also suitable for beginners. In Hoch-Imst, there is a skating rink in the middle of nature. However, this one requires some skill and experience.

– at LaderSchlossweiher

A special highlight for ice skating enthusiasts can be found at the Lader Schlossweiher. The natural pond is located directly below Laudeck castle. Enjoy a unique ambience, especially in the evening, when the castle is illuminated.

Muttekopf tour Hoch-Imst

Back to the roots and back to nature with an exciting ski tour to Imst’s local mountain, the Muttekopf. If the 7 km (4.5 miles) ascent is too much for you, you can speed things up with the help of the Imst cable cars and still enjoy the breathtaking view.

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Middle station red route – Hochzeiger

Beautiful tours also await in the Pitztal valley. The middle station route on the Hochzeiger is one of the most remarkable tours and offers a unique view of the picturesque Pitztal. For beginners, there are multiple guided tours available.

Königsleithe – Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

In Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, piste ski tours are particularly popular. Route 3 – Königsleithe ascends steeply to the scenic winter forests. After the descent back to the starting point, the Leithe Wirt restaurant welcomes you for a tasty and relaxing stop.

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Cabins & alpine pastures

Latschenhütte Hoch-Imst

The Latschenhütte alpine chalet is one of the oldest in the outdoor region Imst. Try classic Tyrolean dishes like Käsespätzle or Kaspressknödel at this rustic location. The traditional cabin has everything a skier’s heart desires. Only one thing is not available at the cabin: a deep fryer.

Zammer Alm

The Zammer Alm is your perfect stopover on a leisurely family hike or for a midway break on a summit tour. If you are an early riser, we would definitely recommend the alpine breakfast there.


The Steinseehütte attracts visitors from near and far. Situated in a beautiful high alpine mountain basin, surrounded by sharp-edged rocky cliffs, it is located above Zams in the Lechtal Alps. From the chalet you can also hike to the Steinsee lake and dare dive into the refreshing mountain lake.

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At the Hochzeigerhaus, modern lifestyle cuisine meets traditional down-to-earth cooking. From the time-honored Kaiserschmarrn (scrambled pancakes) to the trendy Tyrolean Knödelpop (four different mini dumplings on a skewer), the menu has something for everybody. You should not miss this culinary highlight.

Untermarkter Alm

In the middle of the Imst family skiing area lies the Untermarkter Alm. It is the perfect location for a ski break or as a starting point for the toboggan run and the Alpine Coaster. The innkeeper and his team look forward to indulging you with culinary delights from the region.

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