The in 2006 re-opened "New Mutterer Alm" ski area with its top-modern infrastructure is especially suitable for families and beginners. Since the slope down to Götzens is open (in the year 2008), there is now a challenging downhill run for advanced skier as well!
Free ski busses operate between Mutters and the Axamer Lizum ski area daily,
and to the Schlick 2000 and Stubai Glacier twice a week.
The region is also popular for ski mountaineers and there are 30 km of beautiful cross-country skiing tracks, some cleared footpaths for romantic winter walks (nightly lanterna walks), two natural toboggan tracks (moonlight sledding) and horse-drawn sleigh rides.
Spend wonderful winter days in our charming little town!
Take our little train (every 30 minutes) down to close by Innsbruck and enjoy the cultural facilities, the shopping facilities and the big culinary offer of the "Capital of the Alps" Enjoy the unique combination from NATURE and CITY LIFE!
Spend memorable days in immediate vicinity to Innsbruck right amidst idyllic farmhouses, lush meadows and shady forests. Our village was twice awarded a prize for its charming center! Facilities include a mountain lift, numerous hiking trails, mountain huts, and a tram through meadows and forests to Innsbruck.
The modern gondola gives fast and easy access to the new mountain restaurant with sundeck and large playground. Plenty of activities centering on the themes of water, wood, sand and stone are scheduled for this summer!
The "Innsbruck Almenweg" is a scenic hiking trail from the Muttereralm (1608m) to Raitiser Alm (1553 m) and Kreither Alm (1608m) all the way to Stubaital. Heading westwards the trail takes you to Götzner Alm (1542 m), Birgitzer Alm (1808 m) and Kemater Alm (1673 m).
Prices per night
|Hotels||from EUR 72.00|
|Apartments / Holiday Homes||from EUR 46.00|
|Bed and Breakfast||from EUR 72.00|
|Farms||from EUR 55.00|