The skiing area of Nauders is part of the Two Country Skiarena between Nauders in North Tyrol and Solda in South Tyrol.
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The family-friendly Bergkastel skiing area extends on the 2,912 m high Bergkastelspitze peak and the Tscheyeck and Gueserkopf mountains in the Oetztal Alps. It offers 75 km of well-groomed ski slopes and a total of 13 lift facilities. Nauders was rewarded with the seal of quality for its slopes, its cross-country ski tracks and - as one of the first skiing areas - its tobogganing runs by the State of Tyrol. One of the local toboggan runs is the 8 km long Bergkastel Run, Tyrol's longest natural toboggan run. Snowboarders, however, will be attracted by the recently extended boardercross run and the Snow Park Nauders Family Park. And for freeriders, there are five routes in powder snow, three of them are the South West Route, the Down Under and the Border Route.
The Bergkastel Nauders skiing area is one of the five skiing areas of the Two Country Skiarena (Zwei Länder Skiarena) in the surroundings of the Resia Pass, featuring 211 km of ski slopes and 52 lift facilities. This transnational skiing region offers varied ski slopes ranging from 1,394 m to 3,250 m a.s.l. (Solda Glacier). Majestic mountains of three thousand metres and more in the border triangle Italy, Austria and Switzerland tower above this skiing region, among them Mt. Cevedale, "King Ortles", Mt. Gran Zebrù and Mt. Palla Bianca.
Any way, the five skiing areas - Nauders (North Tyrol, Austria), Solda, Trafoi, Watles and Belpiano-Malga San Valentino (South Tyrol, Italy) - offer all your heart desires. Plain terrain for beginners, up to 9 km long valley runs and challenging moguls slopes, excellent ski schools and funny kids' parks, cosy ski hut and a glacial skiing area - that's what you will have to face in the Two Country Skiarena. The Snow Card Tyrol (more than 90 skiing areas in Tyrol), the "Ski6" ski pass (350 km of slopes in 6 skiing areas around the Venet ski region), the Tyrol Regio Card (reductions for leisure time facilities in Tyrol) and the Two Country Skiarena Ticket are valid in the Bergkastel skiing area.
Due to the tightened measures taken on November 3, 2020 to control the coronavirus, the start of the 2020-21 winter season has been postponed to December 24, 2020. Catering and accommodation establishments will be closed until the end of February 2021.
- Season 2020/2021: until April 9, 2021
- Opening hours: 8.30 am - 4 pm
- Altitude: 1,394 - 2,850 m a.s.l.
- Ski slopes: 75 km (23 km easy / 34 km medium / 12 km difficult / 6 km ski routes)
- Snowmaking: 90% of the slopes
- Lift facilities: 13 lifts
- Toboggan runs: 1 run (8 km)
- Cross-country ski tracks: 6 tracks near Nauders (45 km)
- Further information: phone: +43 50 225400, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates may vary according to weather and snow conditions or additional health measures!