HOLIDAY HOmES in Axamer Lizum

Holiday homes and holiday apartments Axamer Lizum

Axamer Lizum - The skiarea

Discover the Axamer Lizum, the closest ski resort to Innsbruck Airport. With almost 40 kilometers of slopes, the resort has a rich history dating back to the 1964 and 1976 Olympic Games in Innsbruck. Axamer Lizum is known for its tranquil atmosphere and challenging red slopes, ideal for advanced skiers and snowboarders. With a valley station at 1,580 meters above sea level, the area offers excellent snow conditions, while the direct connection to the Muttereralm via the SKI plus CITY pass adds another dimension to the skiing fun.
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Interactive piste map & Photos

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Well-known ski villages near Axamer Lizum

Axamer Lizum: WHERE YOUR PERFECT SKI HOLIDAY STARTS

Selected holiday homes in Axams

Apartment Lanner

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

6 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 160
per night

Zirben Appartement Karin

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

7 Persons

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 146
per night

Garten Appartement

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

2 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 60
per night

Chalet Karin

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

7 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 261
per night

Ferienwohnung Schauplats

Gemeinde Axams, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

€ 173
per night

Ferienwohnung Auer

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 151
per night

Haus Zimmermann

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 121
per night

Ferienhaus Saurer

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

12 Persons

6 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 304
per night

Apartmenthaus Paradise

Götzens, Tyrol, Austria

7 Persons

1 Bathroom

€ 201
per night

Alp Art Hotel

Gemeinde Götzens, Tyrol, Austria

6 Persons

2 Bedrooms

€ 290
per night

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Great enjoyment: the best group accommodation at Axamer Lizum

Selected group accommodations of Axams

Maria & Joseph Apartments

Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria

8 Persons

1 Bedroom

€ 194
per night

Penthaus in Mieders

Mieders, Tyrol, Austria

8 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 270
per night

Ferienhaus an der Blumenwiese

Sellrain, Tirol, Austria

10 Persons

5 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 272
per night

The Art and Sporthotel

Natters, Tirol, Oostenrijk

12 Persons

2 Bedrooms

€ 240
per night

Chalet Bergglück

Sellrain, Tirol, Austria

12 Persons

5 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 390
per night

Ferienhaus Saurer

Axams, Tyrol, Austria

12 Persons

6 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 304
per night

The Art and Sporthotel

Natters, Tirol, Oostenrijk

18 Persons

3 Bedrooms

€ 269
per night

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Information Ski Area Axamer Lizum

Are you planning your skiing holiday in the beautiful Axamer Lizum ski region and still looking for the right holiday accommodation in Axams? In addition to a large selection of accommodation, we offer you all the information you need about the Axamer Lizum ski area so that you can start your holiday well prepared. If you have any specific questions or need help planning your holiday, we will be happy to help you.

Where is the ski area Axamer Lizum?

The Axamer Lizum ski resort is located in the Austrian state of Tyrol, just 19 kilometers southwest of Innsbruck. So if you are arriving by plane, it is easily accessible from Innsbruck Airport.

Which is the best village in which to rent an apartment or a holiday home?

For a vacation home or chalet near the Axamer Lizum ski area, the towns of Axams, Götzens and Birgitz are ideal. Axams offers the largest selection and the easiest access to the slopes. Use our search function to find the right vacation rental.

How many kilometers of slopes does Axamer Lizum have?

Axamer Lizum offers a total of 38 kilometers of slopes, including 7 kilometers of blue slopes, 23 kilometers of red slopes and 8 kilometers of black slopes.

How many and what types of lifts are there?

The Axamer Lizum ski area has a total of nine lifts, ranging from chairlifts to drag lifts. The infrastructure includes both modern lifts and older lifts that have recently been modernized, such as the new 10-seater Hoadlbahn gondola lift, which takes skiers up to 2,340 meters. There is a direct connection to the Muttereralm ski area. The interactive piste map of the Axamer Lizum provides an overview.

Is the Axamer Lizum ski area suitable for beginners?

The Axamer Lizum offers a number of opportunities for beginners, although it is best known for its challenging red and black slopes, which are more suitable for advanced skiers. Beginners can try the women's Olympic slope, a blue slope that is suitable after some practice on the practice lifts in Kaserwald and on the valley floor. All in all, the resort offers a lot of variety, but is best suited for skiers with some experience.

Is the ski area suitable for advanced skiers?

Yes, Axamer Lizum is definitely suitable for advanced skiers. The ski area is known for its challenging red and black slopes. With steep slopes, technical descents and an altitude range from 1580 meters to almost 2340 meters, Axamer Lizum is well suited for fans of challenging slopes.

Is there a snowpark?

Of course! Axamer Lizum welcomes all fanatical freestyle enthusiasts to the Golden Roof Funpark, the location for snowpark enthusiasts in Tyrol! There you can enjoy 38 obstacles ranging from jibs and jumps to rails. This snowpark has something for everyone. Located next to the 4-seater chairlift Karleiten, it is easily accessible.

Is the Axamer Lizum ski resort snow sure?

The Axamer Lizum ski area is known for its excellent snow conditions throughout the winter season. The area is situated between 1580 and 2340 meters above sea level, which usually guarantees fantastic snow conditions. Thanks to this impressive altitude, the geographical location and the modern snow cannons, Axamer Lizum can count on enough snow for a long ski season from December to April.

Are there toboggan runs?

There are three toboggan runs in the Axamer Lizum ski area that vary in length and facilities:

Birgitzer Alm - Adelshof Toboggan run: This run stretches over 10 kilometres, the first part of which is 3.2 kilometres long from Birgitzer Alm at 1,808 metres altitude to Adelshof at 1,370 metres altitude. It is open only when snow conditions are good.

Naturrodelbahn Axamer Lizum/Axams: This track is about 3.9 kilometres long and lit until midnight, depending on snow conditions. A free evening bus service is available from Monday to Thursday to the floodlit toboggan run in Axamer Lizum, subject to safe conditions.

Pleisenhütte toboggan run: This run starts at Schafalm and leads through the forest to Pleisenhütte. In good snow conditions, the descent can be extended to Axams, giving a total length of almost 6 kilometres. 

Can you ski off-piste in the Axamer Lizum ski area?

In the Axamer Lizum, you will find challenging ski routes on the Hoadl and Pleisen, as well as many opportunities for off-piste skiers who enjoy deep powder and steep slopes. The Birgitzköpfl offers tough runs for experienced skiers. In addition, Axamer Lizum has a special venue for off-piste skiing on the Hoadl. Several unmarked off-piste routes are described on the official website of Axamer Lizum.

Which ski pass do I need?

A separate ski pass for Axamer Lizum is possible but you can also purchase the SKI plus CITY Pass Stubai Innsbruck. This ski pass is valid in all 13 ski areas around Innsbruck, including Kühtai, Stubaier Gletscher and Hochoetz, together accounting for more than 300 km of slopes. The pass not only gives you access to the slopes, but also to all kinds of excursions. Moreover, access to public transport is free.

What are the après-ski options in Axamer Lizum?

Après ski in Axamer Lizum is different from the well-known hotspots. However, there are several cozy options in the ski area, such as the Sunnalm with its sunny terrace and the Dohlennest, known for its cozy atmosphere and regular events. For a more elevated experience, the Hoadlhaus at 2,340 meters offers a relaxed atmosphere with good drinks and music. After the final descent, the party can continue at Check Point Après Ski's Schirmbar near the valley station. 

Does the ski area Axamer Lizum have ski schools and ski rentals?

There are several ski schools in Axamer Lizum where you can book ski lessons, suitable for all levels of skiers. It is advisable to book your ski lessons in advance to be sure of a place.

We recommend that you do this on the website checkyeti.com.  Here you can book ski lessons for adults and children as well as other activities such as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. You can usually add rental equipment, such as skis and snowboards, directly to your ski course booking. 

You can also rent skis and snowboards separately on checkyeti.com. 

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