Ski Alpbach for a small intimate ski resort in the Austrian Alps. With a character all of it's own, you get 54km of skiing & snowboarding in the greater Alpbachtal area with a traditional atmosphere and Tyrolean hospitality.
A unique resort, ski Alpbach and get some real character of a Tyrolean village that's got over 2000 years worth of history. Only 60km from the capitol of the Tyrol, Innsbruck, it's easy to reach from the airport. There's still over 100 working farms in the area - the same as 100 years ago - and every house, restaurant and mountain hut adds to the authentic atmosphere. This really is a traditional skiing and snowboarding resort. Ski transfers are simplest from Innsbruck however Munich, Salzburg or Blozano are also relatively straight-forward.
On the slopes
Ski Alpbach and the Wiedersberger Horn offers you the high point of 2100m. despite it's traditional nature, you get every amenity you need for an unforgettable winter holiday. The resort lies at 1000m, with the highest lift carrying you up to 2100m. There are 21 lifts serving 18 runs spread across 54km of piste, with a longest run of 5km. Beginners will find 5 runs, intermediates 10, and advanced skiers 3 runs to challenge them.
For snowboarders, the conditions are good enough for the ISF World Pro Tour to have been here. But more than that there's great off-piste here, a lot of which is completely untouched for days! This provides a lot more challenge for advanced and expert skiers. There are also 100kms of cross-country skiing trails to allow you to explore the surrounding area. Skiing and snowboarding benefits from the great snow conditions here and as a beginner you get 2 separate areas dedicated to you.
If you ski in Alpbach you are also in the ski area of Ski Juwel.
Off the slopes
Accommodation in the Alpbach ski resort is right in the village - there are around 2,500 beds available - and you'll also find a selection of local restaurants and bars. This is chocolate box Tyrolean village life - relaxed and very hospitable. Try the local Tyrolean specialties, or a shot of schnapps to warm you after a cold day on the slopes. Other activities to keep you busy include walking, sledding, skating, curling, tennis courts, swimming, and a sauna. You can also take a day trip to the region's capital, Innsbruck.