Itter ski resort is located in Tyrol, Austria. With a peak elevation of 1,830m, it offers skiers and snowboarders a 1,130m vertical drop.
In the shadow of Rigi and Hohe Salve lies Itter ski resort. The ski area features a handful of accommodation, a ski hire shop, and a ski school. As well as practice ski trails and a gondola lift that will take you to Rigi. All in all, it is a suitable spot for your very first ski holiday. Moreover, once you get to Hohe Salve through Rigi you will find an almost endless number of ski runs waiting for you. From here you can descend to neighbouring ski resort of Söll.
Itter ski resort forms part of SkiWelt ski area. The SkiWelt ski area is one of the most affordable and largest interconnected ski areas in the world. It sits in the stunning Wilderkaiser mountain range of Austria, in the Kitzbuheler Alps region. The ski area is made up of 279 km of skiable pistes and is connected by 90 lifts spanning from 620m to 1,825m. SkiWelt ski area also boasts 70 ski huts, restaurants, and apres ski bars, with one available every 3.9km.
In total Itter ski resort offers 49km of trails. With 47% (23km) of the total terrain ideal for beginners and 49% (24km) suitable for intermediate skiers. Plus, 4% (2km) for the more advanced and expert level skiers and snowboarders.
The trails on offer best suit novices and intermediates. The practice runs in the valley are particularly popular with children and beginners. The most beautiful and numerous ski runs are those of easy to medium difficulty with red and blue runs equally shared out across the whole ski area. Although this ski area is relatively low, the many modern snow cannons assure the snow coverage if need be. Excellent children's facilities make this a great place for families.
The village comprises of several hamlets and settlements. It sits in an idyllic position at the foot of the Hohe Salve mountain. The symbol of Itter is its eponymous castle, located at the top of a hill at the entrance of the Brixental valley.