It includes the ski resorts of Bergkastel on the Tirol site as well as Schöneben and Haider Alm in South Tirol and a ski pass bundle with fair prices means that winter guests can take a trip into nearby Italy at any time.
All of the 120km of slopes have a guaranteed level of snow due to the altitude of 1,400-2,850m and an excellent snow-making system. 24 of the most modern, safest lifts, 46 slopes of all levels of difficulty, three completely snow-covered downhill runs, a snow park for snowboarders as well as Kinderland offer families a fantastic snowy playground. Both adults and children can top up their energy levels in the child-friendly Panorama restaurants and rustic ski huts on the Tirol and South Tirol side. For a change, why not have a go at tobogganing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or winter hiking in the mountains? Winter holidays in the Reschen Pass in Tirol can be so full!
Wide slopes from easy to challenging, a fun park, freeriding areas, Kinderland, great food, no stress and reasonable prices.
70 kilometres of slopes in the easy, medium and difficult categories in the Bergkastel ski resort on the Tirol side of the Reschen Pass makes it easy for both beginners and more experienced skiers to get moving. Sunny carving slopes up to 85m wide, up to 9km of training trails, stunning deep snow slopes, freeriding areas with new freeriding routes and mogul slopes will suit skiers of all abilities.
The fun Nauderix Kinderland next to the Bergkastel mountain station offers children a wide variety of learning experiences to help them ski with comic fairy-tale figures, trails, mogul slopes and snow tunnels. In the mountain station, the little ones are professionally looked after in their own children’s restaurant and are provided with all their favourite foods. Combined with family-friendly prices this makes the perfect ski resort in Tirol!
Snowboarders will get a real kick out of the half-pipe and boarder-cross. The completely new fun park re-designed by the professional ‘snow stars’ with boxes, jumps, slides, rails and wave-rides makes for the ultimate in shredding. Even lugers can start from the Bergkastel mountain station on an amazingly fast run right down to the valley station, where a new practice area with a chair lift helps children and beginners to have a fun start to their skiing adventure in Tirol.
There are so many sporting activities on offer but it’s all relaxed: Thanks to the high-performance of the latest mountain railways, waiting times and queues are a thing of the past, with modern key-cards ensuring contact-less access to all lift stations. Are lifts are fitted with ‘skippies’, safety belts for children so that your ascent is stress and worry-free. In between skiing, there are comfortable loungers throughout the resort where you can take a break and enjoy the panoramic views.
What’s more, in 2012, Nauders was named as the top ski resort by the largest test site in the world, ‘skiresort.de’ in the category for families and children!
Simply beautiful! More sun, more snow, more fun, more action and a touch of Italian flair in the ski resort of Schöneben in South Tirol.
Long, broad slopes, 6 lifts, guaranteed snow well into spring thanks to its location at 2,500m above sea-level, the fantastic Schöni’s Kinderland, a brilliant snow park and a brand new fun slope all make Schöneben somewhere that families with children of any age will love in the mountains of Tirol and South Tirol.
The Schöneben ski resort with the districts of Reschen and Graun in the Vinschgau valley/South Tirol south of the main Alpine ridge offers experienced skiers, snowboarders and sun worshippers a great place for a winter holiday. Schöneben is part of the Reschen Pass skiing paradise and is included in the ski pass bundle together with the ski resorts of Bergkastel and Haider Alm.
Snow & fun - that’s the Haideralm motto. This small, exquisite ski resort in the South Tirol Vinschgau valley is also included in the Reschen Pass ski paradise bundle.
From the centre of St. Valentin, winter sports fans can use the gondola to climb from 1,470m to 2,200m above sea-level. From there, another 4 lifts will take you up to 2,700m above sea-level. 20 kilometres of slopes provide guaranteed fun for both beginners and professionals. What’s more, the longest downhill run in the Vinschgau finishes right outside the hotel.
Next to the ski nursery there is a small fairy-tale world for children who join their parents on a skiing holiday to the tri-border region. In Kinderland, the next generation of skiers receive loving care and learn using colourful fairy-tale figures, mini mogul slopes and snow tunnels how to handle skis, poles, ski bindings, helmets, etc.
|Snow Depth Valley||85 cm|
|Snow Depth Mountain||190 cm|
|last snowfall||Monday, Feb 11, 2019|
|last up-dates on||Monday, Feb 11, 2019 at/about 8:13 AM|
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