· 2 minutes walk to village centre · ski bus stop outside for Götzens and Axamer Lizum ski areas · 8 minutes walk to Götzens ski lift
The Hotel Götznerhof is in an ideal location, just a short walk to the Götzens gondola and with the ski bus stop outside, this ensures you get to the slopes with the minimum of fuss. Family-run by the Ellinger family, this small and friendly hotel is the perfect destination for exploring the ski areas of Axamer Lizum and the nearby city of Innsbruck.
· sauna, steam room and small whirlpool · extra charge for solarium · bar/café · lounge with TV · après ski bar 'Bini's Pub' · extra charge for WiFi in reception · restaurant with conservatory · 21 bedrooms
for 2 people on half board sharing a room with Austrian twin beds, private shower, WC and balcony. Triple rooms are also available. All rooms have satellite TV.
· buffet breakfast · 3 course evening meals with choice of main course or buffet style dinner · daily salad and dessert buffet
•Easy access to other resorts •Intermediate and advanced skiers •Near Innsbruck
Ski in the tracks of some of the Olympic greats at this former Olympic ski resort, which ranks with the best in Austria. With some of the highest altitudes in the country, it offers a snow-sure haven for intermediate and advanced skiers with a variety of slopes off-piste.
Great for •Varied terrain •World class skiing •Former host of the Winter Olympics •One of the highest resorts in Austria
Snow Report: Top cm, Bottom cm
Snow Forecast: cm expected this week
Snow History: February average depth 123.5cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Innsbruck (INN)||25km 35mins-1hr|
Axamer Lizum lift pass price last reported as € 173 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Götznerhof.
Night skiing: No
Axamer Lizum has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.
|Top of slopes:||2340(m)|
|Bottom of piste:||1580(m)|
|Total length of trails:||40 km|
|Longest piste:||Women’s Olympic Slope 3.1km|
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