Pitztal Glacier has an enormous verticle drop of 1760 meters / 5774 feet. Has a decent trending 10 meters / 33 feet average annual snowfall. Unfortunately the terrain size in quite small with only 300 acres / 121 hectares. The elevation will leave your lungs gasping with a massive 3440 meters / 11286 feet.

Average Annual Snow Fall | 10 meters |
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Skiiable Terrain | 300 acres |

Elevation Peak | 3440 meters |

Verticle Drop | 1760 meters |

Number of Runs | 14 |

Longest Run | 11000 meters |

Number of Lifts | 13 total |

Terrain Expert | 59% |

Terrain Intermediate | 25% |

Terrain Begginer | 16% |

Snow Making | Maybe |

Has Night Skiing | Yes |

Has Cross Country Skiing | No |

Pitztal Glacier has an average annual snowfall of 10 meters.

Pitztal Glacier has 300 acres of skiable terrain.

Pitztal Glacier height is 3440 meters at it's peak.

The vertical drop of Pitztal Glacier is 1760 meters from the top to the base of the lifts.

The vertical drop of Pitztal Glacier is 1760 meters from the top to the base of the lifts.

In Pitztal Glacier there is a total of 14 runs.

Pitztal Glacier's longest run is 11000 meters in distance.

In Pitztal Glacier there is a total of 13 lifts.

There is 59% percent of expert terrain of 300 acres leaving it at a total expert terrain of 5 acres at Pitztal Glacier.

There is 25% percent of intermediate terrain of 300 acres leaving it at a total intermediate terrain of 12 acres at Pitztal Glacier.

There is 16% percent of beginner terrain of 300 acres leaving it at a total beginner terrain of 190 acres at Pitztal Glacier.