Jerzens Travel Guide
Jerzens Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Imst
- Resort Altitude (metres): 1450m
- Ski Season: October to June
- Mountain Range: The Alps
- Number of Lifts: 9
- Highest Lift (metres): 2450 m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 1450 m
- Snowboarding: Yes: park halfpipe
- Cross Country (km): 10km
Jerzens Ski Information
Those who wish to take a bit of a break from skiing can visit the nearest town of Imst, which offers a good selection of entertainment. The Carnival Museum, which was the winner of the 2003 Tyrolean Museum Award, is a wonderful place to visit for those who wish to do a bit of sightseeing. The museum features a wonderful exhibition of masks and the Schemenlauf carnival parade. Another place worth a visit is The Church in the Capuchine monastery. It was originally built in 1680 and was reconstructed and rebuilt in 1825 after being destroyed by a fire. The church is home to the most beautiful paintings and crucifixes. Other places of interest is the Heimatmuseum Tarrenz, Museumsgalerie Tarrenz, Antoniuskapelle and the Schlob Starkenberg castle.
- Languages: German Turkish Slovenian Croatian English
- Temperatures: 5°C
- Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies : 112/122
- Population: 2300
- Religion: 88% Roman Catholic 6% Protestant
The resort offers a very well equipped Apre Ski scene. There are numerous non-ski activities available for entertainment, such as a traditional Austrian bowling alley, a couple of indoor tennis courts and a large open-air swimming pool and terrace, as well as a heated outdoor swimming pool and spa equipped with a sauna. There are also a couple of bars and nightclubs, as well as a few shops and a range of excellent restaurants serving a delicious combination of traditional Austrian and international cuisine and a theatre. Other activities available, include sleigh rides, snowshoeing, hiking, paragliding and hand gliding.
The Hochzeiger-Jerzens is a beautiful little ski resort situated in the Tyrol valley. The resort features a nice amount of lifts and a good variety of runs, which cater predominantly for beginners and intermediates. Unfortunately the resort only offers a limited amount of advanced runs and experts should therefore go for the off-piste skiing area which offers a bit more of a challenge. The resort also caters for snowboarders with a well equipped specialise boarding park and a halfpipe. The resort offers a very well equipped Apre Ski scene with numerous non-ski activities available for entertainment. The resort features a traditional Austrian bowling alley, a couple of indoor tennis courts, a large open-air swimming pool and terrace, as well as a heated outdoor swimming pool and spa equipped with a sauna. There are also a couple of bars, nightclubs and shops available.
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