Runs/ski slopes Nauders am Reschenpass – Bergkastel
The varied slopes in Nauders are suitable for every winter sports fan including beginners, children, advanced skiers and professionals. From practice slopes and Nauderix children's area to black slopes and challenging ski routes, everything is offered.
Total: 67 km
Artificial snow-making 92 Snow cannons 85 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available There are two runs leading down to the valley from the ski resort. The red Bergkastel valley run can be accessed from the mountain station of the Bergkastel lift as well as from the base station of the Alm lift. From the Tscheyeck lift, the blue Avagrass run leads down the mountain. Both runs lead to the Bergkastel cable car lift and the Nauders Seilbahncenter.
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under tree line
Tscheyeck valley run · Length 9 km · Elevation difference 1340 m From Tscheyeck, you first take the red Tscheyeck run and then the blue Avagrass run down to the Seilbahncenter Nauders at the base station of the Bergkastel cable car lift.
Most difficult run
The Schwarze (the black one) · Length 3 km · Elevation difference 600 m "Die Schwarze" branches off from the red Tscheyeck run and leads over steep mogul slopes.
Gaisloch run The red Gaisloch run is an ideal carving slope. The original run was expanded by 85 m especially for this purpose.
West run The West run begins at the base station of the Alm lift and leads past the Lärchenalm lift to the Bergkastel valley run. It is a particularly pretty forest run and less frequented than the valley run from the mountain station of the Bergkastel lift. The Stieralm and the Lärchenalm can be recommended for a last stop on the ski slope.