Resort Guide - Ski Chalets & Apartments For Sale

Welcome to the Tyrol’s highest glacier!

• Property Prices - Good Value €€
• 125km of slopes - Hochzeiger, Rifflsee and the Pitztaler Glacier
• 1hr 20 mins from Innsbruck Airport
• 2hrs 20 mins from Memmingen Airport

Welcome to Pitztal

Pitztal is one of the most popular winter sports regions in Austria. There are numerous glaciers and mountains of over 3,000m. Therefore, all of our ski property for sale in Pitztal has absolute snow guarantee from the end of September to the middle of May.

Total skiing - 125km

Resort Altitude
1,640m - 3,440m

Property Overview::

Pitztal property prices are low considering their location in the Tyrol. Considering the resort’s high altitude and an extremely long ski season, ski property in Pitztal is a fabulous investment.

What We Love About Pitztal:

The beautiful Pitztal Valley is one of Europe’s highest and most snow sure ski areas, and is home to the tallest mountain in the Tyrol. The ‘Der Wildspitze’ and the Pitztal Glacier, with an altitude of 3,440m, ensure absolute snow guarantee from the end of September to the middle of May.

Pitztals variety of nature attractions and mountain activities are sure to provide an unforgettable holiday experience. The Kaunergrat Nature Park, Hochzeiger hiking resort as well as Pitztal Glacier and Rifflsee are all ideal day-trip destinations. Both also offer hiking routes for all abilities.

Pitztal is only 1 hr 20 mins from Innsbruck airport and 2 hr 20 mins from Memmingen Airport. All of our ski property for sale in Pitztal is easily accessible, no matter which airport you fly to. This is thanks to the Pitztal shuttle service. Whether it be Zurich, Munich or Innsbruck, the shuttle will pick you up and offers an inexpensive and comfortable way to get to this lovely valley. 

Ski Scene:

The Pitztal is one of the most popular winter sports regions in Austria. The area consists of numerous glaciers and mountains over 3,000m. Therefore, all of our ski property for sale in Pitztal has absolute snow guarantee from the end of September to the middle of May.

The ski region consists of 3 main ski-area’s which can be reached via the valley ski bus – Hochzeiger, Rifflsee and the Pitztaler Gletscher which together offer 125km of skiing. In a few years time, the ski-area of Sölden will be connected to that of the Pitztal. Therefore another 150km of slopes will become available. Together, Solden and Pitztal will have the largest and highest glacier-skiïng area of Europe.

The Hochzeiger ski area has 54km of slopes in total, comprising of 12km blue runs, 32km red runs and 10km black runs. There is a 7km long family run and for advanced skiers, there are several slopes with a vertical drop of 400 meters.

The Pitztal Glacier ski area has 37km of runs; 3km of blue runs, 30km of red runs and 4km of black runs. This ski resort consists of several ski areas which attract many skiers and snowboarders. One popular resort is the Rifflsee ski area, located at an altitude of 1680 – 2,800m. This ski resort has a total of 34 km of slopes, including the descent Snow-World which is perfect for advanced skiers.

With some of the highest peaks in Europe on its doorstep, all of our ski property for sale in Pitztal is perfect for any snow-lover. For freestylers and freeriders there is even a fun park, a boardercross with half pipe and plenty of cross country runs. You will also find a 6km toboggan run which ends at the bottom of the valley and is great fun for all of the family.

Summer Fun:

During summertime this resort is an ideal starting point for hikes and mountain tours of all kinds. In total there are over 380km of trails on offer. Because Pitztal has three hiking, or rather ski areas, the landscape provides completely unique routes. You can do summit tours, half day hikes and even two day hikes – these can be organised from the Pitztal Tourist Office and are free when your have the “Pitztaler Freizeitpass”.

The Kaunergrat Nature Park and Rifflsee are also ideal day-trip destinations. The Rifflsee is the highest mountain lake in the Tyrol and its crystal clear waters are particularly popular with families. More than 50 waterfalls cascade through Pitztal, and wooden platforms offer front row seats to these impressive spectacles. Daredevils can cool off under the fresh spring water whilst sunbathers can enjoy the magnificent views – offering a kind of pure Alpine bliss that is so unique to Austria.

There are endless outdoor activities to try. These include horse riding, paragliding, fishing, flying fox and ropes courses; most of which can be found at the XP Adventure Park or Pitz Park. The Pitz Park is an impressive leisure facility with 1,000m2 of natural swimming water, along with playgrounds, sports facilities, a diving platform and a boardwalk with a game raft.

You can conveniently jump on the free hiking bus shuttle service and travel all the way up to Mittelberg and the end of the valley. If you are feeling adventurous you can even cycle all the way back down in the direction of Arzl and admire the beauty of the valley with its stunning waterfalls in Stillebach.

Thinking of Visiting?:


If you would like to see any of the ski property we have for sale in Pitztal, we would be delighted to arrange a viewing for you. Please see our visiting Austria page and then either email us at enquiries@alpinemarketing.com or call on +44 (0) 207 935 5132

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 or FAQ’s which will explain the purchasing procedure and costs involved. If you are considering your purchase as an investment then check out our investment guide which will give you information on rental incomes and the possible tax advantages.

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