A real hideaway.

Your ski area: Kaunertal Glacier & Fendels

A real insider for many winter sports activities!

One of Austria’s most beautiful ski resorts is located in the back of the Kaunertal: the Kaunertal Glacier, embedded in a mountain landscape with over thirty three-thousand metre peaks. From the quiet village of Feichten, the Kaunertal Glacier Road leads right into the centre of the ski area. There are no long queues or overcrowded pistes here – just the white mountains, perfect snow conditions and you.
There’s also fun on the slopes for young and old in the nearby family ski area of Fendels, which is smaller but very relaxed and manageable – and included in the glacier ski pass.

Highlights in the Kaunertal Glacier & Fendels ski area at a glance

The wide slopes of the Kaunertal Glacier ski area and the charming and cosy Winterberg Fendels offer you a variety of ways to spend your winter holiday. Your advantages:

  • Snow is guaranteed from October to May
  • 55 kilometres of groomed pistes, 36 km of off-piste runs & 138 hectares of pistes
  • Enjoy skiing on wide glacier pistes, no queuing at the lifts
  • Starting point for popular ski tours, such as the Glockturm or the Weißseespitze
  • Snowpark Kaunertal – playground for snowboarders & freeskiers
  • Events with cult status
  • 100% barrier-free ski area on the glacier, honoured with the EDEN Award
  • 2 ski areas with one ski pass: Kaunertal Glacier & Winterberg Fendels
  • free WLAN in the mountain restaurants
  • free tubing railway
  • free ski bus & free parking
Buy now your ski pass online and save up to 30 %!

Book your ski day online now – this way you can get to the Kaunertal Glacier & Fendels ski area at a super low price. There’s no need to queue at the ticket offices, so you can head straight to the piste! Here’s how it works:

Ski pass prices

Discover twice the skiing fun for the same price: if you go skiing on the Kaunertal Glacier, you can also use the Fendels winter mountain with your ski pass. In addition, Feichten in the Kaunertal is also part of the ski area – the village lift is perfect for your first practice turns.

Opening hours of the Kaunertal Glacier & Fendels ski area

The biggest advantage of a ski resort on a glacier? The skiing fun lasts well into the warm spring! Skiing on the Kaunertal Glacier is possible from October to the end of May – the winter season in Fendels traditionally lasts from December to April.

Lifts & cable cars for your skiing experience

With the modern lift facilities of the Kaunertal Glacier & Fendels cable cars, you can get from the valley station to the mountain station quickly, safely and comfortably. The glacier is even 100% barrier-free! Find out more about the cable cars and lifts:

What awaits you in the Kaunertal: skiing, snowboarding & much more

The ski area on the Kaunertal Glacier & in Fendels is your destination for a winter excursion just the way you like it – whether you’re making your turns on the extensive pistes, going on an extended ski tour or spending a sporty day with your family.

Skiing, freeriding & ski touring on the glacier

Putting on your skis on the Kaunertal Glacier means diving into the boundless freedom and nature of the snow-covered Kaunertal mountains – simply go and enjoy! Whether classic skiing, freeriding in powder snow away from the pistes or a ski tour with a uniquely beautiful view – every winter sports enthusiast will find their own experience on the glacier.

Snowboarding & freestyling in the Snowpark Kaunertal

Freeskiers and snowboarders will find their playground in the Kaunertal Snowpark. Located directly below the Karlesjochbahn cable car, the park concept offers a diverse and progressive line-up, such as the longest jibline in the Alps, a kickerline or the Naturerun. Legendary events such as the Spring Classics also attract numerous snowboarders and freestylers to the ski resort in the Kaunertal every year.

Funslope on the Kaunertal Glacier

The Funslope is located right next to piste no. 15.
Whether waves, curves, a tunnel and much more – the Funslope offers lots of fun and adventure for young and old down the slope.

Family ski day & tobogganing on Winterberg Fendels

A visit to Winterberg Fendels guarantees an all-round successful and relaxing skiing day with children. The family ski area is easily accessible at the entrance to the Kaunertal and offers everything a winter sports enthusiast could wish for: from skiing to winter hiking to speedy toboggan runs – during the day and – particularly exciting – also at night:/en/fendels-mountains/winter-mountain/night-tobogganing.html!

Steepest Slope of Austria - are you brave enough?

The Black Ibex is the steepest piste in Europe – with a gradient of 87.85% steeper than the well-known Streif in Kitzbühel!

How to get to the ski area on the Kaunertal Glacier & Fendels

Zielbahnhof: Bahnhof Zams/Landeck.

So kommt man vom Bahnhof Zams/Landeck ins Kaunertal:

  • mit dem öffentlichen Bus
  • mit dem Taxi (Fahrt dauert ca. 25 Minuten)
  • Shuttlesrvice vom Hotel – je nach Vereinbarung mit jeweiligem Unterkunftsgeber

Online Zugticket & Fahrpläne

Plan your stay in the Kaunertal glacier and nature park region

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