Straddling the Austrian-Italian border in the breathtaking Tirolean Alps, the Nauders ski resort is located near the Reschenpass mountain pass.
The resort's pistes stretch all the way up to 2,800 metres above sea level. Located directly on the Main Alpine Ridge, with slopes between 1,400 and 2,800 metres above sea level, the Nauders-Bergkastel resort near the Reschenpass mountain pass is blessed with plenty of snow during the winter months.
The network of pistes offers something for everyone, from families and beginners to intermediate and expert skiers. Beginners and those returning to the sport will find easy slopes next to the bottom of the cable car, while at the top of the Bergkastel cable car there is the "Nauderix Kinderland" for toddlers and youngsters finding their snow legs. Highlights include an adventure forest, bumps runs, a snow tunnel, a children's restaurant and even a mini snowpark.
Freestyle skiers and snowboarders meet in the resort's two full-sized funparks with plenty of kickers and rails. Those in search of powder fields can choose between five off-piste ski routes. Among the most popular is the run from the Gueser Kopf at 2,745 metres above sea level down through the Schafkar in the Nauderer Tschey area of the resort. "Die Schwarze", literally "The Black One", is the toughest piste in the resort and will challenge even expert skiers with its steep gradient and fiendishly tricky moguls.
Tobogganing enthusiasts will find one of the longest toboggan runs in Tirol (8km) leading from the top of the Bergkastelbahn cable car into the valley.