Two runs come immediately to mind. The first is in fact an easy red run, now. Back in 1976 the Patscherkofel at Igls was the icy victory ground for Franz Klammer’s wild downhill Olympic gold medal run. The second is and always will a serious challenge. Directly above the city of Innsbruck, the dog-toothed crest of the Nordkette mountains are reached via the top station, Hafelekar. You’ll have a magnificent view over Innsbruck and the Austrian Alps, before it’s heads down onto the celebrated, fairly extreme ski route called Karrinne. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.