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Schlick 2000. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol - André Schönherr)
Schlick 2000. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol - André Schönherr)
Schlick ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol - André Schönherr)
Schlick ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol - André Schönherr)
Ski Schlick2000. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol)
Ski Schlick2000. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol)
Schlick 2000 ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick 2000 ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick2000 ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick2000 ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick 2000 children's area. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick 2000 children's area. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick 2000 ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick 2000 ski resort. (© Tourismusverband Stubai Tirol )
Schlick 2000 ski resort is near Fulpmes in the Stubai valley.
Schlick 2000 ski resort is near Fulpmes in the Stubai valley.

Schlick 2000

Schlick 2000 Ski Resort Austria

Schlick 2000 is a family oriented, medium size ski resort located at the start of the Stubai valley (Stubaital) near Innsbruck, Austria. Schlick offers great value skiing and snowboarding, plus a range of non-ski activities for all the family.

The Powderhounds will be visiting and fully reviewing Schlick 2000 ski resort in early 2019.

Summary of Pros and Cons


  • Great range of piste trail to suit all levels of skier.
  • Excellent restaurants and on mountain facilities.
  • Modern lift system.
  • Easy access via the STB tram from Innsbruck.
  • Family friendly ski resort with numerous non ski activities.
  • Free ski bus to superb sledding on Elfer11 at Neustift and skiing at Stubai Glacier.


  • Relatively small resort.

Pro or Con (depending on your point of view)

  • None

Schlick 2000 Skiing And Snowboarding

Schlick 2000 ski resort provides piste skiing options for every level of skier and snowboarder on a quality 1240m of vertical. Easy access to the ski resort is provided via gondola from Fulpmes. First timers can alight at the middle station and utilise the excellent Big Ron’s Kinderland area (strange name, but who are we to judge!). Everyone else can head to the top where the bulk of the terrain sits in an expansive north facing bowl.

Schlick has invested heavily in new lift infrastructure on the upper mountain. Subsequent increases in advanced piste options will please many (including the Powderhounds!). The new 4er and 6er chairs all serve terrain above 1900m elevation. Another 4er chair serves 600m of vertical and the majority of the piste trails and routes. Off piste potential abounds in the main alpine bowl, plus some tree skiing potential down lower for the adventurous.

At the end of the day, it is possible to ski the entire 1240m vertical from Sennjoch all the way into Fulpmes.

Schlick 2000 Snow and Weather

The main ski area of Schlick 2000 sits in a shady northerly aspect above 1600m elevation which maintains snow quality throughout the season. Snow making augments mother nature on the main piste and valley trails, guaranteeing skiing from November to April.

Where is Schlick 2000, Austria?

Schlick 2000 ski resort is located in the Stubaital (Stubai Valley), part of the Tyrol region, Austria. Schlick is only 17km south of Innsbruck and easily accessible via public tram and bus. The Stubaitalbahn (STB) tram is a wonderful journey through the valley direct from the Innsbruck central station to Schlick’s closest town of Fulpmes. Gateway airports for international travellers are Innsbruck and Munich.

For more detailed information see our Travel to Schlick 2000 page.

Summer Skiing at Stubai Glacier

Nearby Stubai Glacier offers skiing through to the start of summer - generally mid-June, however this can vary depending on snow conditions. Once closed for the remainder of summer, the lifts start turning for skiing again from mid-September to early October at the latest.

Interlinked Lift Pass with Olympia Ski World

Schlick 2000 ski resort is part of Innsbruck's Olympia Ski World area which includes 9 ski resorts ranging from the small, like Patscherkofel (Igls), to the larger such as Stubai Glacier, Axamer Lizum and Kuhtai (the highest resort base in Austria). An Olympia Ski World lift pass is for a minimum 3 days and allows access to all 9 ski resorts.

Nearby Ski Resorts

Schlick 2000 is intrinsically linked to Innsbruck, which is centre stage for a huge range of Austrian, and even Italian, ski resorts. It is a train transport hub that allows easy travel east to the Zillertal (with Mayrhofen and Hintertux Glacier), and further to Kitzbuhel, SkiCircus Saalbach and Zell am See. Perhaps west to Pitztal Glacier, the Oetztal and Soelden, or St Anton and the huge Ski Arlberg area and south to Italy and the close Dolomites resorts like Plose, Gitschberg-Jochtal, Kronplatz and 3 Peaks - not to mention all of the other Dolomiti Superski resorts.

Schlick 2000 Accommodation

At the base of the Schlick 2000 ski resort the town of Fulpmes provides all accommodation options. Nearby Innsbruck has a wider selection of quality hotels & apartments, and further up the valley, Neustift im Stubaital has several excellent hotels. All locations are easily linked to Schlick via the STB tram or free ski bus.

For detailed information on the best places to stay, see the Schlick 2000 Hotels, Apartments and Guesthouses page.

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Other Activities

For anyone visiting Schlick2000, a range of interesting alternative (non ski) activities are available.

A visit to Stubai Glacier is worth the ride up the Eisgrat gondola and views at the 'Top of Tyrol' lookout. One can undertake a winter walk down the glacier to Gamsgarten via the 'winter wanderweg'. At Eisgrat there is an ice climbing tower to try and the Ice Grotto walk into the bowels of the glacier.

Whilst it may not make sense to many overseas visitors, sledding (or tobogganing) is a great European winter tradition and worth a try, particularly if with a family or large group. Often combined with lunch, dinner or drinks at a mountain hut, sled runs also run at night under illumination.

At Schlick there is a 3km rodelbahn (sled run). Further up the Stubai valley, Elfer11 mountain rises above the village of Neustift and has 3 long sled runs, 2 of which are over 8km long. Numerous other sled runs are in the valley, but need to be accessed by foot.

More activities at Schlick2000 and the Stubaital include a variety of winter walking trails to alpine huttes, plus paragliding and a wealth of wellness centres and day spas. The Austrians (and visitors to Austria) do love a good day spa!

Tours in or near Schlick 2000

Single-Base, Multi-Ski-Area Tours
Austria Tour Innsbruck Freeride City DETAILS
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Days Snowboarding | 7 Ski Resorts
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Price p/p
USD 1,891
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Based in Innsbruck, this trip is for intermediate to advanced (or better) snowboarders taking in some of the best ski resorts in the Austrian Alps. Join the "fixed date" tour with your own group or come alone and meet new friends.
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    Schlick 2000 Trail & Piste Map
  • Schlick2000 Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    1,695 – 3,210 (1,515)
  • Average Snow Fall
  • Lifts (11)
    2 Gondolas/cable cars
    3 Chairlifts
  • Ski Hours
    Dec to mid April
    8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs – 20 (32km)
    Longest run – 6km+
    Advanced - 25%
    Intermediate - 35%
    Beginner - 40%
  • Lift Prices (Day Ticket 17/18)
    Adult - €38
    Child - €20
    Child under 10yrs - Free

    Olympia Ski World (min 3 days)
    Adult - €132
    Child - €80
    Child under 10yrs - Free

    Innsbruck (Olympia Ski World) Ski Resort Map
  • Innsbruck Ski Resorts Map