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Ski rental Tirol

Tyrol is Austria's winter sports hotspot par excellence. More than 80 ski areas and around 3,400 kilometres of slopes are available to enthusiastic skiers, snowboarders, ski tourers or cross-country skiers. The warmth and hospitality of the Tyroleans is known far beyond the borders of the province, as is the famous Tiroler Gröstl.


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TVB Paznaun-Ischgl

The best ski resorts
in Tyrol

Whether small or large, pistes with gently sloping slopes or steep speed routes, peace and relaxation or fun and entertainment at the après ski: here everyone will find the right ski area for their dream winter holiday.

Discover the best ski resorts in Tyrol in Austria, enjoy the impressive mountain scenery and spend a ski holiday that is second to none.

  • Limitless skiing pleasure
  • A whole lot of hospitality

With over 17 years of experience in ski rental,
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Over 20,000 TOP ratings per season from our customers

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Voor de vijfde keer skimateriaal gehuurd via Sport 2000 en voor de vijfde keer heel tevreden: deskundig en vriendelijk personeel, snel geholpen, uitstekend materiaal voor een aanvaardbare prijs.
Herman J. - Kaltenbach, April 2022
Top Beratung und Ausrüstung
Petr H. - Vent, April 2022
Super netter Service - gerne wieder!
Carola St. - Ötz, March 2022
Sehr freundliches Personal, nagelneue Ski, Abholung am Vortag und Rückgabe bis am Folgetag in der Früh möglich - ich habe das erste Mal Ski ausgeborgt und war begeistert!
Barbara M. - Obertauern, March 2022
We waren met een groep van 10 personen. De ene was zeer tevreden, de ander wat minder. De snelheid was goed. We stonden zo buiten...
Cristel V. de S. - Westendorf, March 2022
Very enjoy from the equipment and more then that, from the people. They was very nice and very helpful. Even my son told me that next year he want to return to the same store.
Elad Z. - Mayrhofen, March 2022
Super service en materiaal!
Emsee V. - Zell am See, February 2022
Sehr nettes und kompetentes Personal in allen drei Geschäften in Mellau! Wir haben unsere Ausrüstung im voraus online reserviert. Daher hatten wir auch keine lange Wartezeit bei der Abholung. Immer wieder gerne….
Sandra H. - Mellau, February 2022
Het was allemaal super geregeld! Ik moet wel zeggen dat wij op een rustig moment zijn geholpen (zaterdag tussen 14.00 en 14.30 uur) en niet in de spits qua drukte.
Bert R. - Rudenz, February 2022
Sehr nettes Team und toller Service!
Patricia R. - St. Gallenkirch, February 2022
Heidi H. - Leogang, February 2022
Super Service, sehr Empfehlenswert, würde immer wieder bei Sport2000 Ski und Snowboard ausleihen.
Belina Ö. - Schladming-Planai, January 2022
Seit 11 Jahren immer wieder super!
Maria K. - Fieberbrunn, January 2022
The sport2000 rental shop in Kaprun has very friendly and helpful staff. My board and boots didn't feel right. When I asked for replacement and advise, they helped get the board and boots I really liked...
Auke G. - Kaprun, January 2022
TVB Mayrhofen, Jenna Foxton


The Mayrhofen ski area in the Zillertal, not far from the Hintertux Glacier, is made up of the two ski mountains Penken and Ahorn. Both peaks are easily accessible directly from Mayrhofen via gondola. The Penken lures with pure thrills, as it is home to the steepest slope in Austria: the Harakiri.

Facts about Mayrhofen in the Zillertal:

  • 142 kilometres of piste
  • 47 Cable cars and lifts
  • 44 km blue, 70 km red and 20 km black slopes
  • Season: December until mid-April
TVB Paznaun – Ischgl

Silvretta Arena Ischgl

The Silvretta Arena connects Ischgl in the Paznaun Valley in Tyrol with Samnaun in Switzerland. As a result, the ski area is considered one of the largest in Austria and, thanks to its snow guarantee, inspires skiers and snowboarders from all over the world. Like Kitzbühel, Ischgl has its very own flair.

Facts about the skiing area Ischgl:

  • 172 piste kilometres
  • 45 Cable cars and lifts
  • 38 km blue, 97 km red and 24 km black slopes
  • Season: End of November until beginning of May

SkiWorld Wilder Kaiser – Brixental

SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental is one of the largest connected ski areas in Austria. Families with children in particular will find ideal conditions for their skiing holiday here. In addition to low-priced special offer weeks, there are many practice areas where the little ones can slowly get to grips with skiing or snowboarding.

Facts about SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental:

  • 270 kilometres of slopes
  • 83 Cable cars and lifts
  • 114 km blue, 120 km red and 10 km black slopes
  • Season: December - April
skijuwel alpbachtal wildschoenau

Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau

The Alpbachtal Wildschönau ski area is indeed a real gem, especially for families with children. In the midst of the impressive Kitzbühel Alps, you can spend a relaxed and stress-free skiing holiday. If you do fancy some action and excitement, you should definitely try out the giant slalom race courses on the Markbachjoch and Schatzberg..

Facts about the Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau:

  • 113 piste kilometres
  • 30 km blue, 54 km red and 13 km black slopes
  • 46 Cable cars and lifts
  • Season: December until mid-April

Silvapark Galtür

With its 49 kilometres of slopes, Silvapark Galtür is a comparatively tranquil winter sports paradise and is located in Paznaun. In Tyrol's highest skiing area, guaranteed snow and a particularly long skiing experience are guaranteed.

Facts about the Silvapark Galtür ski area

  • 49 piste kilometres
  • 5 km blue, 26 km red and 12 km black slopes
  • 9 Cable cars and lifts
  • Season: December - April

Land of mountains and culinary delicacies
What else is there in Tyrol

Tyrol is located in the Austrian Alps and is the federal state with the most mountains. Well over 500 of them exceed the 3,000-metre mark. Beautiful mountain lakes, snow-covered peaks and magnificent views included. Lake Rifflsee, for example, is the highest mountain lake in Austria and is located in the Kaunergrat in the Ötztal Alps. On the border between Tyrol and Carinthia lies the Großglockner, Austria's highest mountain. The Großvenediger, on the other hand, with its 3,657 metres in altitude, runs between East Tyrol and Salzburg.

Anyone who wants to indulge in culinary delights is more than in good hands in Tyrol - at least if you love hearty cuisine. Tyrolean Gröstl and Tiroler Pfandl, bacon and cheese dumplings and a hearty Brettljause are classics in the mountainous province. For dessert, there are traditional Tyrolean kiachl. These are basically farmers' doughnuts.

Apart from mountains and delicious delicacies, there are of course other sights in Tyrol, first and foremost the Golden Roof in Innsbruck. The beautiful oriel was built between 1497 and 1500 and covered with 2,657 gold-plated copper shingles.

Tyrol still has one very special highlight to offer: Area 47, Austria's largest outdoor leisure park. On more than 9 hectares, it delights its visitors with water parks, opportunities for rafting, canyoning, mountain biking and climbing. While some people find the 5-metre jumping tower too high, Area 47 offers absolute pros a 27-metre jumping tower.

We are already looking forward to your visit in Tyrol!
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What ski resorts are there in Tyrol?

    As Tyrol is the Austrian province with the most mountains, it also has a correspondingly large number of ski resorts. The more than 80 piste paradises include Ischgl, Sölden, Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Kitzbühel, St. Johann, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental, Nauders and the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena. Small, cosy ski areas are, for example, Bergwelt Hahnenkamm, Ehrwalder Almbahn, Fendels and Hochkössen.

  • Where is there snow in Tyrol?

    Tyrol is home to numerous ski areas with guaranteed snow. These include, of course, the Hintertux glacier and the ski world around the Pitztal valley as well as the glacier ski area of Sölden. In the Silvretta Arena Ischgl you can ski and snowboard until May.

  • When do the ski resorts in Tyrol open?

    Most ski resorts in Salzburg open their doors at the beginning of December. The season ends at the end of March/April, depending on altitude and snow reliability, and in most ski areas continues until Easter.

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