Skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing are deeply intertwined with the Tirolean winter. But that is not all it has to offer.
From exciting winter adventures to cosy evenings in a alpine hut or a toasty campfire in the snow, a wide variety of incentives and team activities can be organised.
Foggy night adventures
Hiking in the tranquil landscape of Tirol’s brilliant nature and basking in the sun- or moonlight is a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of the ski slopes. Exploring guests participating in guided nature watch tours should bring a certain feeling – known in the tongue-twisting Tirolean vernacular as “Gspiar”, meaning an affinity with something – for nature and its inhabitants, as much natural phenomena can be observed in winter.
Co-piloting a snowcat
All aboard! Participants have the opportunity to take a seat behind the wheel of a snowcat under the guidance of experienced snow groomer operators and also gain an insight into the technical side of ski area management. What goes on behind the perfect slopes, where people otherwise spend their day on skis and snowboards? Visit Osttirol or Hochzeiger in the Pitztal Valley to find out!
Drifting in the snow
Pure adrenaline! Drifting electrical or traditional cars in the snow can be a thrilling and exciting team event. But it’s much more than just fun and games: Snow Training participants can test their driving skills on snow and icy surfaces and improve them in a safe environment.