The Alpbach Valley is surrounded by deeply snow-covered peaks, white slopes and thickly snow dusted forests. The Wiedersbergerhorn protectively looks over on the village. At 2.128 m it seems to keep everyday woes at bay. But not only that, up on top of the mountain is the Wiedersbergerhornbahn top station – the starting point for a great and exciting days skiing in one of the Top 10 skiing areas in the Tyrol.
The ride from the valley to the top takes approx. 15 minutes either with the Wiedersbergerhornbahn or the Pöglbahn. Once the first stage of the day is reached the best is still to some: the descent. Before racing steep downhill one should take a brief moment to enjoy the views.
Spread out in front of one is the whole Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau ski area.
One has a choice of four pistes of varying difficulties leading from the top to middle station. From there one can ski or take a ski lift to access various other lifts and pistes. A total of 45 lifts transport Winter sports lovers safely and comfortably.
As you please – stop off for a bite to eat or something to drink at one of the 25 cosy huts. A speciality in Tyrolean ski huts are the Knödel (dumplings) in all variations. Speckknödel (dumpling with bacon) or Spinatknödel (dumpling with spinach) or Kaspressknödel (dumpling with tasty cheese) – served in a soup or with salad – to try them is a must. If one still has room for some desert a Kaiserschmarrn dusted with plenty of icing sugar is a real treat.
It’s time to get back on the slopes, time for the next round – there's still plenty to see and discover.
One of the top 10 biggest ski resorts in Tyrol:
The Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau in the Austrian Alps is one of the most varied ski areas in the Tyrolean Kitzbüheler Alps and suits beginners, families and the experienced skiers alike. It holds plenty of Winter fun and promises an unforgettable Winter holiday in the Tyrol. How about carving on wide slopes, leaving ones tracks in deep powder snow and brushing up ones skills in one of the three snow parks?
32 kilometres blue pistes are just what beginners and the relaxed skier need. A total of 78 kilometres red pistes await the more experienced ski and for those looking for the ultimate kick 18 kilometres perfectly groomed black pistes beckon.
On a flank of the Wiedersbergerhorn facing Inneralpbach a suitable terrain for free riders guarantees perfect Winter holiday fun in the Tyrol.
Besides the three diverse valley descent pistes direction Alpbachtal this Tyrolean ski area is home to great freeride options down to Inneralpbach. The Hornlift 2000 (the highest point in the ski area) offers magnificent panorama views towards the peaks surrounding the Alpbachtal, to the Rofan Range and into the Ziller Valley.
Ideal practicing slopes for families to practise their first turns in a Tyrolean ski area can be found in Inneralpbach, at the Hornboden and in Reith im Alpbachtal. Magic carpets, special children’s lifts and more ensure that all the necessary comforts for a perfect Winter holiday in Tyrol are in place.