Cozy apartments in Pitztal, Tyrol
With a stay in the Pitztal Living Apartments from ALPS Residence you return to the lap of nature. Unforgettable moments, adventurous hikes and unique memories accompany you during your holiday in the Tyrolean Pitztal. Get close to nature and discover living traditions around the Hochzeiger mountain.
Fully equipped apartments
Take a break from everyday life. You will find absolute relaxation in the cozy apartments of ALPS Residence. With a living space of up to 60 m², the fully equipped accommodations offer everything you need for your vacation. On top of that, there is the fantastic view from the balcony to the panorama of the Tyrolean mountains for free. Up to six people will find enough space in the modern apartments and the freedom to be themselves.
Holiday at the foot of the Hochzeiger
From the quite Tyrolean mountain village in the hot summer months to a pulsating winter metropolis, Jerzens offers something for everyone. From the Pitztal Living Apartments you can reach 380 kilometers of hiking trails and countless opportunities for biking that lead you through the whole valley. Winter sports enthusiasts whiz across the slopes on the Pitztal or Kaunertal Glacier or warm up on the diverse cross-country ski trails in the valley. The surrounding natural paradise, in which the shy place flourishes, ensures special peace and the necessary relaxation in all seasons.
Gletscherpark Card Winter 2020
Over 120 kilometers of slopes are available in six ski areas all over Tyrol with a single card. Discover the Pitztal Glacier, the Rifflseebahn, the Hochzeiger, the Imster Bergbahnen, the Kaunertal Glacier and the Winterberg Fendels with the Glacier Park Card Winter 2020. The special thing about it: You can easily adapt the Gletscherpark Card to your holiday, as well as your journey to the ski areas, which is free of charge with public transport throughout the Pitztal.
Unspoilt Tyrolean nature
The Pitztal meanders for almost 40 kilometers to the entrance to the Tyrolean Inn Valley between Imst and Roppen. At 3,768 meters above sea level, the valley with the mighty Wildspitze is also the highest mountain in Tyrol and the second highest mountain in Austria. Over 40 kilometers you can enjoy a scenic experience that has a lot to offer. In addition to the Kaunergrat Nature Park in the west, the Geigenkamm in the east forms the border to the neighboring Ötztal. The holiday region is an absolute must, especially for hikers, mountaineers and all nature lovers. Jerzens is an insider tip for all winter sports enthusiasts. The Hochzeiger ski area has developed into a modern holiday destination ideal for couples, families and friends. For culture lovers, the state capital Innsbruck with its numerous sights as well as culture and leisure opportunities offers enough variety for a day to stroll and switch off.