The Hoch-Imst ski resort in Tyrol enthuses its guests with gentle slopes and great infrastructure as a family-friendly destination. Two chairlifts, a T-bar lift and a rope tow in the Hoch-Imst Kinderland open up slopes covered by powder or firn snow – depending on the season – with a magnificent view and a total length of 9 kilometres. Skiing in Hoch-Imst also helps you to save money: during the Free Children's Skiing Weeks, the Imst Holiday Region offers free courses for all kids between three and seven years. Off-piste, you'll find ski tours, cross-country routes, winter hikes and toboggan runs leading you into a glittering winter wonderland. The Alpine Coaster, the longest alpine roller coaster in the world, provides real adrenaline rushes for young and old visitors and should be a fixed point during a holiday in Tyrol. Nighthawks experience their favourite skiing pleasure under floodlights every Wednesday and Saturday evening. The ski slope from the Untermarkter Alm is one of the longest illuminated pistes in Tyrol. Pure fun awaits you on two toboggan runs from Hoch-Imst to the valley, amounting to a total of 10 kilometres.