Enjoy unrestricted skiing from Nauders on the Reschen Pass to Sulden im Vinschgau.
Up to the top of the mountain by lift and then back down into the valley, turn by turn down the slopes – skiers and snowboarders have unlimited fun on the slopes in store for them, with fun parks and much more between Nauders and the Vinschgau!
Wether you’re a beginner, a family or a pro: The dual-country skiing region has something for every level throughout five skiing areas. This means that with just one ski pass, you have 159 kilometres of pistes in North and South Tyrol at your feet
NEU ab der Wintersaison 23/24 stehen Ihnen 145 km Pistenspaß durch den Kartenverbund
Nauders – Kaunertaler Gletscher – Winterberg Fendels zur Verfügung.
Nauders+ Ab dem Kauf einer 2-Tageskarte für das Skigebiet Nauders können Sie einen Skitag am Kaunertaler Gletscher oder am Winterberg Fendels innerhalb der Gültikeitsdauer nutzen.
1.400m bis 2.750m
|2.150m bis 3.113m
36 km Variante,
|1.350m bis 2.000m
Fun on the pistes between North and South Tyrol
Unlimited skiing fun
From Nauders in Tyrol to Watles in South Tyrol, the dual-country skiing region offers winter sports fans a total of 159 kilometres of well-prepped pistes in North and South Tyrol. The absolute best bit? You can enjoy skiing in all five areas with just one ski pass! Passes valid for two days and longer are valid in the following ski areas:
- Nauders on the Reschen Pass
- Schöneben-Haideralm on Lake Reschen
Nauders in Tyrol is known for its wide pistes of all difficulty levels. What’s more, the skiing area is classed as snowsure because of its high altitude, and ideal for families. It’s a real insider’s tip for those who value a relaxed location next to the lifts. Just over the border at Lake Reschen lies the Schöneben ski area, which has been singled out many a time for the good quality of its pistes. Also located at Lake Reschen is the Haideralm ski area, which is particularly loved by more ambitious ski guests. In Watles you’ll find South Tyrol’s sunniest skiing area.
Does that sound good? You can buy ski tickets for the dual-country skiing region in the five skiing areas in Vinschgau as well as in Nauders in Tyrol.
Nauders on the Reschenpass ski resort
79 kilometres of pistes guarantee variety
Fun on the slopes with guaranteed snow awaits you at the Nauders on the Reschenpass ski resort, both for the whole family as well as ambitious winter sport fans. In total, 73 kilometres of beautifully prepared pistes of all levels of difficulty guarantee pure ski enjoyment. Fun parks, toboggan runs and the Cable car centre ensure that you won’t get bored. And the best way to satisfy your hunger, however big or small your appetite, is to visit one of the top mountain restaurants. So, what are you waiting for? The Nauders on the Reschenpass ski resort is calling you!
Schöneben-Haideralm ski resort
Skiing with a view of Lake Reschen
Whether you’re a beginner or a professional, a family or a daredevil: There’s something for every winter sport fan at the Schöneben-Haideralm ski resort. The new link between St. Valentin and Schöneben offers stunning panoramic views. You’re constantly surrounded by breath-taking views of Ortler and Lake Reschen with its world-renowned sunken steeple. Unforgettable ski fun awaits!
Watles ski resort
Sunny skiing in South Tyrol
Watles is the sunniest ski resort in South Tyrol! With a total of 18 kilometres of pistes, there’s no limit to the fun you can have skiing in the border triangle of Austria, Switzerland and Italy. But the South Tyrolean ski resort also has something special for snow show and winter hikers: Paths lead to Alpine cabins and huts and even high into the mountains on the Watles adventure mountain. And skiers too will come up against real challenges in the Watles ski resort.
Ski hire & ski schools
Fully prepared for the piste
Your children want to take their first turns on the slopes? Would you like to improve your technique a little? The ski schools offer individual lessons as well as group lessons for every level – for skiers and snowboarders.
And if you don’t own any kit or just don’t want to take it on holiday, the Nauders rental and sports shops have everything you could need for a successful day on the slopes.