- 7 chalets and apartments
- 1394 m altitude
Skiparadies Reschenpass is a large ski area, with 120 km of various slopes, situated on the border between Austria and Italy. The area is divided into three sub-areas and are connected by ski buses: Bergkastel (Nauders) and Schöneben (Reschen I) - both situated in Austria - and Haider Alm (St. Valentin I) is situated in Italy. One ski pass will grant you access to the ski area of Skiparadies Reschenpass with the possibility to enjoy one holiday in two different countries!See all our chalets and apartments in Skiparadies Reschenpass
The ski area is known for its long ski runs, wide pistes and limited waiting lines. At the start of the day you may encounter short waiting lines at the cable-car that leads to the middle station, however once you have arrived in de area you can enjoy all the space and quietness that Skiparadies Reschenpass has to offer. The widest slope of Austria can be found in this area; in Nauders at the Zirben ski lift there is a ski run of 300 metres width. Moreover, the area is very snow-certain due to the modern snow-making techniques. In the area you will also find a Snowpark, situated in Nauders with e.g. a border-cross, a half pipe, rails, boxes and more challenging attributes for both beginners as advanced freestyle skiers and snowboarders! In the area there is also plenty to do for children like e.g. a mini club, kids play land with a practice run and a special kids restaurant; this area is therefore perfect for families with children - everyone will enjoy themselves!
Another activity in Skiparadies Reschenpass is hiking; there are about 50 km of hiking trails available in the area and you can enjoy the wide offer in cross-country trails (90 km).
Once a week, on Tuesday, you can enjoy the night show in Nauders (Show in Snow) and during this evening you can also enjoy the toboggan run by night; the longest toboggan run in Tirol with a length of 8 km! Moreover, there is Internet (Wi-Fi) available in every mountain hut in the ski area of Skiparadies Reschenpass!